Fantasy Football for Winners: The Kick-Ass Guide to Dominating Your League from the World's Foremost Fantasologist

Fantasy Football for Winners: The Kick-Ass Guide to Dominating Your League from the World's Foremost Fantasologist

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by B. J. Rudell
     
 

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Sick of never winning a fantasy title? Then stop complaining and do something about it. Incorporating groundbreaking statistical analysis, graphs, illustrations, and impressively large words like “impressively,” Fantasy Football for Winners gives you the tools to dominate your league year after year until you are too senile to care.

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Overview

Sick of never winning a fantasy title? Then stop complaining and do something about it. Incorporating groundbreaking statistical analysis, graphs, illustrations, and impressively large words like “impressively,” Fantasy Football for Winners gives you the tools to dominate your league year after year until you are too senile to care.

Learn earth-shattering solutions to brain-shattering quandaries such as:

• Neutralizing the adverse impact of injuries

• Executing favorably lopsided trades that appear fair

• Keeping your family on the other side of the house on game days

Do quarterbacks perform better after a loss? How accurate are popular Web site player rankings? Fantasy football championships begin with diligent research, insightful analysis, and reading this book. Too busy? Too schmizzy. If you have time to poop or pick your nose, then you have time to transform your fantasy life via Fantasy Football for Winners—the award-winning-seeking fantasy tome that belongs on every bookshelf in America, preferably in front of other books.

So gain a permanent edge on that turd in Accounting, and start making all of your fantasies come true . . . one player at a time.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781936635115
Publisher:
Extra Point Press
Publication date:
06/28/2012
Pages:
282
Sales rank:
1,017,721
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.59(d)

Meet the Author

B.J. Rudell has worked as a congressional aide, civics teacher, writer, editor, and improv comedy performer and teacher. He now serves as a senior consultant for program management firm Brailsford & Dunlavey. His first book, Only in New Hampshire, earned him national distinction on more than 40 media outlets including CNN and Fox News, while Campaigns & Elections magazine named him a "Writer on the Rise."

In the fantasy world, B.J. has placed in the top 0.11% in nine national competitions-including two first place finishes versus nearly 400,000 opponents combined.

He lives in Washington, DC with his beautiful wife, Carey.

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Fantasy Football for Winners: The Kick-Ass Guide to Dominating Your League from the World's Foremost Fantasologist 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Sam-Slam-Hendricks More than 1 year ago
B. J. Rudell combines great fantasy football strategy and humor in Fantasy Football For Winners. There are so many levels with this book. It truly is something for everyone. It reminds me of Mark St. Amant's book Committed: Confessions of a Fantasy Football Junkie with much more stats, tips and strategies. I look forward to Mr. Rudell's next book and can only hope it explores his fantasy baseball knowledge too.
HoodMan More than 1 year ago
Fun read, good mix of analysis/recommendations/humor. I've played fantasy football for years but have never put much strategy behind it. Maybe that's why I've never won my league. BJ has done a lot of research (way more than I have time to do), what he's saying seems to make sense, so I'm excited to try some of his suggestions this year! Thanks for writing this.
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SteveEckert More than 1 year ago
Probably the most innovative fantasy sports book around. I was expecting a typical fantasy "how to" guide. Instead, the author picks apart conventional wisdom that me and my friends have always based our strategy on--basically showing me what I've always done wrong, and how to change it. I'm kicking myself that I couldn't figure some of this out on my own. But then again, I don't have hundreds of hours to do all the research that this guy did. This is also probably the funniest fantasy sports book. I don't say that lightly. The statistical analysis is real and serious. But commentary on successfully navigating family events or "obligatory travel" while managing your fantasy team is absolutely hilarious. So are the "Famous Days in Fantasy Football History" blurbs. It's roughly 2/3 serious and 1/3 funny. It could have worked as a 100% funny book, but then it wouldn't be as useful. This is a very quick read for around 250 pages, with plenty of illustrations (also funny) to break it up. There's really no book quite like this one, and I wish there were more. That's why I'm giving it 5 stars.