2011 Fantasy Football Awards (Week Six)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

America’s favorite game is back and The Sports Bank has you covered with the best and worst of what was Fantasy Football Week Six.

The game of fantasy appears to be returning to normal as running backs ruled again in week six with three of the top five performances coming from the RB position.

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2011 Fantasy Football Awards (Week Four)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

America’s favorite game is back and The Sports Bank has you covered with the best and worst of what was Fantasy Football Week Four.

I’m officially donning 2011 one of the weirdest fantasy years ever as some very surprising players made the awards this week (just look at Honorable Mention for MVP if you don’t believe me).

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Attend the 2011 Fantasy Football Convention Online!

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Three of the most credible dot-com brands in the fantasy football industry, Rotowire, LeagueSafe and MyFantasyLeague have partnered to host a purely-virtual, three-hour draft preparation convention designed to prepare all fantasy football players for their suddenly approaching 2011 fantasy season.

The 2011 Virtual Fantasy Football Convention will be LIVE ON-LINE, Thursday night, August 18 from 8:00pm-11:00pm EST and VirtualCast ON-DEMAND through September 30.

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Injury Guru: Be Wary of Colts Receiver Austin Collie in Fantasy Drafts

“I think I have kind of put that behind me,” Collie said. “I don’t like to dwell on it too much just because it can affect your play going across the middle and catching another ball…So I try to ignore any thought I do have of it.”

Those were the remarks made my Colts wide receiver Austin Collie in regard to the multiple concussions he suffered last season.

By Dan Trautman Injury Guru

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Rookies to Consider for Your 2011 NFL Fantasy Draft


Each and every year, a rookie comes out of no where to become a fantasy hero. Last season, it was the Detroit Lions RB Jahvid Best and the Minnesota Vikings WR Percy Harvin the year before that.

Who will it be this season?

Here’s a list of which rookies you should keep your eye on as you begin day-dreaming about your fantasy draft.

By: Nick Grays
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Fantasy Football Players to Keep an Eye on this Summer

The NFL lockout has put a halt on offseason moves for the time being, but at some point the lockout will end and player movement will begin. When it does, there will be a number of moves, both free agent signings and trades, that will impact fantasy player’s values.

Instead of just listing off free agents and players who are expected to be moved this offseason, I will give you players to keep an eye on throughout the summer.

By: Justin Mertes-Mistretta

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How the NFL Lockout Affects America’s Favorite Game, Fantasy Football


According to Wikipedia, an estimated 18 million people adjust their line-ups week-to-week during the NFL regular season in a little game called fantasy football.

That’s a lot of people who may be looking for entertainment elsewhere if the NFL Lockout indeed sticks.

However, let’s make a realistic prediction and say the owners and players association figures something out and NFL football is actually played at some-point in the fall.

The next step is to think how the current lockout affects your fantasy football league now and when the lockout is lifted.

By: Nick Grays
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