Fantasy Football Tips: 201 Ways to Win Through Player Rankings, Cheat Sheets and Better Drafting

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From the award winning author of Fantasy Football Guidebook (and three other fantasy football books) comes the ultimate step by step guide to success; including methods of drafting, ranking players, creating cheat sheets and drafting like an expert. Finally, an easy to use and understand book, with tips on how to win your fantasy football league every year, is available at a great price. With over 200 winning ways, from how to pick a fantasy league to roster management tools, Fantasy Football Tips provides the ...
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Overview

From the award winning author of Fantasy Football Guidebook (and three other fantasy football books) comes the ultimate step by step guide to success; including methods of drafting, ranking players, creating cheat sheets and drafting like an expert. Finally, an easy to use and understand book, with tips on how to win your fantasy football league every year, is available at a great price. With over 200 winning ways, from how to pick a fantasy league to roster management tools, Fantasy Football Tips provides the key techniques to make you a consistent fantasy football owner. Written for all fantasy football players (whether a beginner or expert), Fantasy Football Tips is your ticket to this years League Championship.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780982428665
  • Publisher: Extra Point Press
  • Publication date: 6/1/2009
  • Pages: 166
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.35 (d)

Meet the Author

Sam "Slam" Hendricks is a 20 year fantasy football veteran who has teams in the World Championship of Fantasy Football (WCOFF), National Fantasy Football Championship (NFFC) and the Fantasy Football Players Championship (FFPC). He has a .725 winning percentage at the World Championship of Fantasy Football (WCOFF) and Fantasy Football Players Championship (FFPC). In 2008 he finished 7th overall in the Fantasy Football Players Championship. In 2009, he finished 16th Overall in the FFPC (out of 228 top players).

He is a member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association (FSWA).

Look for his rankings and expert analysis in magazines such as Fantasy Football Index and Fantasy Football Pro Forecast. Follow his mock draft teams in those expert leagues as well. During the season, check out his advice in the weekly "Ask the Expert" postings on FantasyIndex.com

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  • Posted August 29, 2009

    more from this reviewer

    big help!!!

    this book will help win your season.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 25, 2009

    A Touchdown! A great book for the Fantasy Football season

    Compact and easy to read, this is a great book for anyone interested in fantasy football.

    NOTE: This book does not tell you how to play fantasy football. If that is what you need then his first book, Fantasy Football Guidebook, is a better choice.

    Instead, this book gives over 200 important tips on how to play BETTER fantasy football. From picking the right league (I never really thought about how the league type could affect my winning percentage) to important draft day tips (avoid QB/WR combos and RBs with over 375 carries) to miscellaneous tips (weather conditions); I cannot wait to play this year and see how the tips improve my play.

    There is also a very interesting foreword from Dave Gerczak, co-founder of the Fantasy Football Players Championship (FFPC) and winner of $100,000 last year and some special discount codes for various fantasy football games and websites.

    Worth the $9.95 easily.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 21, 2009

    Outstanding!

    Very insightful! There are hundreds of tips to improve your fantasy team at the draft, and techniques to ensure the strength of your team throughout the fantasy season. Sam has considered draft techniques that nobody else has thought of. And, his personal style makes it fun to read. Great book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 23, 2009

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    No question, this book will help you win

    Several months ago I wrote a review for Fantasy Football Guidebook, by Sam Hendricks, and I began it with this statement: "Here's a staggering number: 30,000,000 - that's how many users worldwide are estimated to have played fantasy football this year. So you can be forgiven if you didn't win your league, unless, of course, you were an owner in half a dozen leagues or more, in which case you have no excuse for not winning at least one."

    I was lucky last year - in the fantasy league I cared about the most (the one both of my brothers and a couple of good buddies were also competing in) I drafted Brandon Jacobs and worked a trade for DeAngelo Williams. In week 16, the Giants and Panthers faced off and Jacobs and Williams combined to score seven touchdowns - which essentially sealed the league championship for me.

    So what did I do to celebrate winning my fantasy football league?

    I bought two copies of Sam's Fantasy Football Guidebook (which I used last year in preparation for the season), sent them to Sam with a letter asking him to sign them for my brothers, and then I gave those books to my brothers with this advice: "Read this over the summer. Better luck next year."

    Well, what I didn't tell my brothers at the time is I already knew Sam had a new book coming out: Fantasy Football Tips: 201 Ways to Win through Player Rankings, Cheat Sheets, and Better Drafting.

    Sam has written several successful books on fantasy football, but as Sam says himself, the difference here is that for the first time he reveals battle-tested strategies that he personally uses to win high stakes fantasy football. And trust me when I say the man knows what he is talking about - there isn't another book on the market that offers proven strategies from anyone as successful at fantasy football as Sam Hendricks.

    The point of the book is simple - if you want to win, here's how to do it.

    There are numerous topics I could point to as being a valid reason for purchasing the book - but a couple that stood out to me were tips on choosing the right league and tips on reducing luck in your league, which obviously allows you, as the superior strategist, to rise to the top as the season progresses.

    Sam also writes a section on understanding the difference between "uncertainty" and "risk" that I found to be an extremely useful tip. He also issues the standard warnings about relying on "familiar names" and getting caught up in the excitement of "one-hit wonders." All of which is good advice.

    And my advice to you, my fellow fantasy football player: buy this book. It is well-written, an easy read, and most important of all, it will help you win. Oh, I'm also sending both of my brothers a copy of Sam's new book, but not until week 8 or 9.

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