Maybe it’s just me, but with the proliferation of Draft Twitter and the multitudes of fantasy football sites, I believe it is important to know someone’s background before reading their work aka “don’t follow false prophets”. Speaking of myself and only myself, I have watched football for over 43 years of my 47 years on this earth. That alone, however, does not make me a good judge of football talent. I played football for four years between junior high and high school where I was a starting guard, sometimes center and began defense as a defensive end, but eventually played both inside and outside backer spots. Once again, that does not qualify me to be an expert at football, just some experience playing the game.
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The 2012 NFL Draft has come and gone, but the fantasy season looms on the horizon. My personal philosophy is TALENT over situation. I generally utilize my pre-draft rankings based on college tape in combination with how high a player was drafted to create initial dynasty rankings. That being said, some situations are tempting and have to be accounted for.
1. Andrew Luck QB/IND
Join Shane P Hallam and I at a special day and time (Wednesday at 6pm est) as we discuss 2012 draft eligible quarterbacks, tight ends, and defensive linemen. We will get his thoughts on what impact these players could have on your fantasy teams and what to watch for during bowl games. This is for dynasty players and draftniks alike. Listen live here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/dynasty-blitz/2011/12/28/special-dynasty-blitz-podcast-w-shanephallam or check it out on i-tunes later.
Join Shane P. Hallam and I as we discuss 2012 draft eligible wide receivers, and defensive backs. We will get his thoughts on what impact these players could have on your fantasy teams and what to watch for during bowl games. This is for dynasty players and draftniks alike. Listen live here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/dynasty-blitz/2011/12/13/dynasty-blitz-podcast-wshanephallam-of-draftcountdown or download later.