Edited 2/26/18: This is our list from 2017, but we still love all of them! We're working on our 2018 update and are hoping to add some names and possibly expand the list! For now, enjoy the best fantasy football blogs of 2017 (and likely 2018)!
Every year fans of fantasy football are looking for every edge they can find, or at least someplace they can read about fantasy and enjoy doing it. You're looking for stats, helpful information and possibly even some fun and humor mixed in.
Odds are you've already seen the fantasy information that the NFL, ESPN, Yahoo! and countless other brand name blogs have to offer. We're not here to feed you the same recycled blogs and standard fantasy analysis, we want to see you truly win a championship. Granted this alone won't get you the win but it certainly isn't going to hurt.
My Top 10 Fantasy Blogs
I've broken down 10 of my favorite fantasy football blogs that I've encountered over the past few years.
As great as I'd like to think my friends and I are at sharing our fantasy knowledge, we don't warrant a position on this list, at least not quite yet. This list will include blogs that provide a wide variety of information so if one of them doesn't sound your speed, skip onto the next one. There's plenty of fantasy football advice to go around.
These guys are ranked in no particular order as they each bring their own unique style and advice to the table.
RotoViz - Top Fantasy Football Website of 2018
RotoViz holds a special place in my heart.
I started reading and following them when LTFF launched and they've continued to rock the fantasy football world. They've got some killer apps, they love to tease you with previews of their articles and they'll always keep you reading. In their own words:
"The fantasy football site you don't want your friends to find.
Over 1500 ground-breaking articles per year. More than 20 proprietary apps. Start dominating today."
Give them a try over at RotoViz.com
Fantasy Pros - Top Fantasy Football Website of 2018
These guys are a staple in the fantasy football community....scratch that, in the fantasy community. They're heavy into every sport you can imagine, but we especially love their fantasy football tools.
Check them out here.
Gridiron Experts - Top Fantasy Football Website of 2018
These guys have been pumping out fantasy football content since 2008. That means if they haven't helped you to a championship yet, they likely will at some point.
We've found some halirious and really helpful articles written by the Gridiron gang and we're greatful they keep sharing them year after year.
It's what keeps these guys in contention for one of the best fantasy football websites of 2017.
Pro Football Focus (PFF) - Top Fantasy Football Website of 2018The Late Round Quarterback - Top Fantasy Football Website of 2018
PlayerProfiler - Top Fantasy Football Website of 2018
NumberFire - Top Fantasy Football Website of 2018Fantasy Football Calculator - Top Fantasy Football Website of 2018RotoPass - Top Fantasy Football Website of 2018
The Fantasy Footballers - Top Fantasy Football Website of 2018
Honorable Mentions (And Apps)
The More Fantasy Football Blogs The Better
The beauty of the internet is that there are endless sources of information on any topic you could ever want to google. We encourage you to checkout some of the blogs we’ve recommended above and we also hope you continue to look at other fantasy blogs.
Even if these extra blogs don’t provide you with killer sleepers or other perks, you’ll still be that much more knowledgeable come draft day. Remember the goal is to win a championship, you can’t do that sitting on your ass and not doing any research. You might as well start today.
I’m looking forward to doing a round 2 review of these blogs as the season approaches. The devil will be in the details of how they perform over the coming months and this list is likely to change. Enjoy these guys while you can friends.
Have you found some other blogs that you think are awesome and I missed? Share them in the comments below. We’re all friends here and want to win some championships.
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For the record, I never actually played football. I have no doubt that I would get crushed running across the middle for a pass, every single time.
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