Growing up, sports was a huge part of my life.  I grew up with two older brothers who loved sports so it was no surprise when my brother, Ken, asked me to do my first fantasy league at the age of 14. A freshmen in high school, I was instantly hooked and can still remember my first draft. I selected the likes of John Elway, Terry Allen and Michael Jackson. I didn’t do to well that first year but as I became more interested and experienced I improved.  That same league still exists today and we are entering our 24th season.  I now participate in around 14 leagues a year, consisting of IDP, Keeper, Standard, Auction, Dynasty, Expert, and High Stake leagues. I enjoy playing the different formats.

My goal is to provide great value and to help you WIN in your fantasy leagues. I have learned a lot in my 20+ years playing Fantasy and I enjoy sharing my knowledge while helping people succeed in Fantasy Football.  I may not have as much content as other sites but I will provide plenty of quality.

My approach is different from others it isn’t heavily statistical.  Statistics are very important and I rely on them of course; however, I feel in this day and age some people rely on them too much. To me there is no substitute for the eye test and just watching players and knowing what to look for. Ed Reed said, “The Tape doesn’t lie.” It really doesn’t, much can be learned just by watching these players.

I would like to thank you for visiting and I hope that you will find this site valuable and continue to come back and refer your friends. Feel free to leave comments and if you have any questions or would like to contribute or are looking for writers please email me at SteveDeAngelo@gmail.com. Enjoy the upcoming fantasy season and much success. Follow me on twitter @FantasySavvy. All the best this Fantasy Season

-Steve DeAngelo

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