Every year, fantasy owners are looking for an edge. They need to have the best rankings, find the best experts and utilize the best tools to help win that fantasy championship.
This is that edge.
I have spent the last 11 years scouring the web for the best fantasy football resources and have come across a number of great services. From full-service websites to blogs to league hosting services, podcasts and iPhone apps, fantasy owners have a wealth of tools at their disposal every season.
This compilation is designed to help the fantasy owner cut down on the search for the best of the best. Now, instead of spending time searching for and experimenting with new tools, the best fantasy football resources are located here in one central location.
Spend your time this summer doing other things — researching prospects, mock drafting, practicing your trash talk and working on those draft-day spreadsheets.
If you have a suggestion for this list now or in the future, please share it in the comments or by sending The Hazean an email. That way I can share it with our readers in the future.
This is the fourth part in our “Best Of Fantasy Football” series.
Part I: The 10 Best Fantasy Football Blogs
Part II: The Best League Hosting Services
Part III: The Best Full-Service Fantasy Football Websites
Fantasy Football Must-follows on Twitter
The following Twitter-ers are, in my opinion, must-follows for fantasy owners who utilize Twitter for fantasy prep. It is not all fantasy football advice — in fact, a few of these guys have nothing to do with fantasy. Sometimes, you need to laugh or you need some inside info. It can’t all be about fantasy football, right?
In no particular order, make sure to follow these fine gentlemen this season:
ESPN NFL Insider.
NFL football writer for Rotoworld.com, NBCSports.com, and Sons of the Tundra Dynasty Rankings blog.
Stay-at-Home Dad, Fantasy Football and Draft Analyst, Pontificater.
NFL writer for NBC Sports, Profootballtalk.com, Rotoworld
Sometimes I think about fantasy football until it gives me an ice cream headache. Check out the website for exhaustive analysis.
I’m ESPN’s Senior Fantasy Analyst. I’m just as surprised as you that it’s a real job.