|Contributed by: Todd DeVries and Jon Millman|
Welcome to Fantasy Football University brought to you by CFG and our friends from FFChamps.com. We have put together a compilation of all of the thoughts and strategies we have developed and used over the years in an effort to raise your College Fantasy Football IQ. This is everything we know, in a simple-easy to read article... we held nothing back.
If there is something that you need to know that isn't included over these chapters, reach out to us either via our Contact Form, Live Chats or via our Expert Advice and we will get back to you with answers.
You should be able to get immediate results from these lessons and begin dominating your league this year and for many years to come. We know the information we are telling you works because we have been winning leagues for years. We wouldn't be in business if it didn't work.
We are going to start out with some introductory classes for the beginners out there. Most of you already know this stuff, but you may want to read over this quickly anyway just to see if you can pick up something to help improve your College Fantasy Football game.
Class is in session.
How it's played
College Fantasy Football Terminology
Different types of leagues
Know how roster variations & scoring variations affect your strategy
Types of Drafts
Evaluating current roster for keeper leagues
How to decide who to keep
Looking back at last year
Surprises and Busts and how to learn from them
Player movement and coaching changes and their FF effect
Players and teams to avoid
Understanding CFG’s Tier Based Drafting System
Using CFG’s Draft Tracker to stay ahead of your competitors
Practice Makes Perfect
Mock Draft App to perfect your drafting
How to Draft A Sleeper
Backing Up Your Studs
Drafting Kickers & Defenses
Don't get caught in the Runs
Scouring the Waiver Wire
How to spot rising talent
Backing up your Studs
The Art of Trading
Selecting your Starters
What is the FFCPI and how it will help you win
Strength of Schedule in Playoff weeks
Select Players from actual Playoff teams – more to play for
Trading Players with a tough 2nd half schedule
Trading for Players with an easy 2nd half schedule
A listing of the differences between the college and pro game.