I have been a premium subscriber to Fantasy Football Mastermind for 7 years and recently I realized that the way I thought of my decision to subscribe had changed from a whim or luxury item to an absolutely mandatory weapon in my draft planning and campaign execution each year. I simply feel I would not be preparing for the season productively if FFMastermind.com was not part of planning my draft.
I have one really strong competitor that I seem to trade the League Title back and forth between each year (except 2002) and I strongly suspect but have not been able to confirm (ain’t Fantasy Football fun!) that he is a Fantasy Football Mastermind subscriber as well.
After I won the title in 2003, we redrafted the entire NFL (We are now a 3 year Keeper League) so I did not expect to repeat in 2004 drafting last, but I did make the playoffs and am in very good shape going into the draft.
I have always drafted my one TE with my last pick of the draft and when the very last pick came to me in 2004 I took the highest ranking TE that was left on my FFMastermind.com draft cheat sheet: Antonio Gates.
He will be the first TE made a Keeper in the history of our humble league, by me. The days of pick the TE last are in the past.
2017 Madness NFL Rookie Draft Reference Guide Thursday, April 20th, 2017 Premium Pro Bowl and Super Bowl Package Subscribers take note. The time has come. The 2017 Madness NFL Rookie Draft Reference Guide has been released for your viewing pleasure. This