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Fantasy Football The Next Level: How to Build a Championship Team Every Season Paperback – Bargain Price, August 1, 2007
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This book really could be titled the 'Best of David Dorey'. And that is precisely why you should pick up a copy, because it is the best from one of the best in the business. He explains how to draft for a team not just individual stars. Perhaps more important is his analysis of what to look for when creating your own projections and rankings. But personally I think his LAG analysis is the most effective way to really see what effect your leagues individual scoring system has on your draft.
One last point that must be mentioned. Not only does 'Fantasy Football: The Next level' give tons of great advice, but it also explains why these concepts are valid and................illustrates this with the numbers to prove it. This is truly a great book and one you need to own if you want to win at Fantasy Football consistently.
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I learned all I needed to know about Fantasy Football. And I won my League!Published 21 months ago by Vee Nuna
One man's opinion, but all in all, it's not a bad book. I disagree with some of the strategies, but again, some extra food for thought.Published on January 11, 2010 by Ro Bar
Whether you are a fantasy football veteran or a rookie, this book is very helpful. David knows fantasy football better than most of the "experts" out there. Read the book. Read morePublished on May 1, 2009 by Jason McCoy
David Dorey is man. If you are serious about Fantasy Football then you need to read this book. It does'nt matter if you are new to Fantasy Football or are a seasoned vet. Read morePublished on July 8, 2008 by Pancake