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Have you ever tried scouring the many Fantasy Football sites out there to gain an edge on your competition, only to be overwhelmed with the amount of content (both good and bad)?

Well, every week, we will be providing a list of hot articles that can help you with your draft prep.

Playing the waiver wire and roster management is critical for Fantasy success, but everything starts with a great draft.

Today, we wanted to share some of the best advice around the web about preparing for 2017 Fantasy Football drafts.

Fantasy Football ebook Release: The Early 2017 Fantasy Football Overview 

From actual mock drafts to reviewing the outlook of DeVante Parker and Brandin Cooks, we have everything you need to dominate your league, right here.

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SCFE: 12 Writers Take On A 2QB 2017 Fantasy Football Draft 

What happens when 12 Fantasy Football experts enter a 20-round draft? Find out right here!

Gridiron Experts: DeVante Parker Fantasy Hype Or Hero In 2017? 

What do you do with DeVante Parker this year? He showed promise last season, hauling in eight receptions for 106 receiving yards in Week 2. However, he also had games like Week 14 where he caught two passes for just 14 yards. Find out if he deserves to be on your 2017 roster.

DavidGonos.com:  2017 Fantasy Football Top 30 Rookie Rankings 

There looks like there could be a lot of relevant rookie backs in Fantasy this season. From Dalvin Cook on the Minnesota Vikings to Samaje Perine on the Washington Redskins, these guys could be starters by the end of the year. But it’s not just running backs you need to know about. Make sure to check out these rankings right now.

FantasySixPack.net: How To Be A Good Fantasy Football Commissioner 

Do you want to start and run your own Fantasy Football league but don’t know where to start? Joe Bond can help you.

WeTalkFantasySports.com: Brandin Cook’s 2017 Fantasy Outlook

Cooks posted a 78-1,173-8 stat line with Drew Brees last year, but what can he do with Tom Brady? Is this receiving core too crowded with Julian Edelman, Malcom Mitchell, Chris Hogan, and Rob Gronkowski? Before drafting Cooks, read this.

FantasyKnuckleheads.com: Contract Year Running Backs to Draft in 2017 

From LeVeon Bell to Spencer Ware, these are the running backs who will be fighting for new contracts. Find out who is worth targeting in your 2017 Fantasy Football drafts, right here.

DynastyFootballFactory.com: Dynasty Buys, Sells, Holds: Baltimore Ravens 

There’s a lot of young talent on the Baltimore Ravens. Though, there are a few players you need to avoid if you’re making long-term plans in your dynasty league. Find out who to buy, sell, and hold on the Ravens.

RotoExperts.com: ADP Duel: Chargers’ Philip Rivers Versus Lions’ Matt Stafford

There can only be one winner!

Before you kick off the holiday weekend with burgers and beers, make sure to check out this debate on Eddie Lacy. You either love him or hate him, but if you are drafting him, this is the last chance he gets to prove he’s Fantasy relevant. See what four Fantasy Football experts have to say.

 

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Jack Delaney

Jack's love of craft beer and gangster rap is only surpassed by his love of pass-catching running backs. He was a top-40 finisher and $1,500 prize winner for the 2014 RotoBowl, a top-50 finisher in the 2015 Mock Draft Online Championships, finished first in draft accuracy for quarterback rankings in 2015 on Fantasy Pros, and was a contributor to the 2015 and 2016 The Fantasy Football Guide.
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