Rosters and rankings updated August 14th, 2019!
Unlike the other guys, our draft guide comes with free offseason updates. Are you looking for better customer service and advice? Are you looking for a draft guide that doesn’t regurgitate the same rankings you can get free online? Your fantasy football disruptor is back with the 2019 Fantasy Football Almanac and Draft Guide.
The Fantasy Football Almanac and Draft Guide is the world's first and only fantasy scouting agency. We blend next-gen fantasy sports analytics with old school player scouting, film study and offensive play calling analysis. As the offseason progresses, we update the almanac for our readers. Other draft guides simply can’t match.
Sean Ryan, host of “The Functional Sportsaholic” and “Get Paid: Fantasy, Gambling and Daily Fantasy” podcasts, created this draft guide using methods he created for his own fantasy leagues. His knowledge and preparation are laid out in meticulous, but easy-to-follow detail within this Fantasy Football Magazine.
This fantasy football draft guide was created to be community-focused. Sean encourages readers to reach out to him throughout the offseason with any questions. As you can see from his reviews, Sean is interactive, knowledgeable and happy to help.
•Instructions on how to interact with Sean and The Functional Sportsaholic throughout the offseason
•Over half of the league has a new head coach or offensive coordinator. How does this impact fantasy potential? Sean’s shares insights based on film study and statistical analysis to project the impact of new offensive schemes.
oWe’ve updated our algorithms to include play calling tendency of coaching staffs
•Other guides use historical data to project their totals. The Fantasy Football Almanac and Draft Guide is the only fantasy football magazine that utilizes scouting for future rankings. Simply put, our draft strategy is primed to maximize the value of every draft pick.
•Defense and Kicker analysis has been completed to identify competitive advantage at these positions, which are commonly ignored
•We’ve completed an easy to follow draft guide with useful tips for fantasy football rookies and fantasy football experts alike
•Overall player “tiers” definition (which is more useful for draft strategy when playing in leagues with multiple team counts)
•Over 40 Sleepers Categorized by Grades (undervalued players, sleepers everyone will know about by draft day, deep sleepers which aren’t as obvious, and finally, hibernators that you’ll be able to either draft or add to your initial waiver watch list)
•Risky players list, which identifies popular players that carry risk, are over-drafted based on our analysis and/or carry significant bust potential
•Fantasy Rankings for different league types: Points-per-Reception (PPR), Standard/non-PPR and Rookies (for Dynasty Leagues)
•We track 2019 offseason movement, coaching changes and draft selections