Fantasy Football 2015 roundtable: In-depth fantasy tips, guide

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Nov 30, 2014; Green Bay, WI, USA; New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) and Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) after the game at Lambeau Field. The Packers won 26-21. Mandatory Credit: Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports

Training camp is wrapping up and the first preseason games have been played. That means only one thing – football is officially back! The regular season is closing in, and with it comes the start of fantasy football season.

For those who don’t know, fantasy football is an extremely popular game where you draft NFL players to be on your team, and then proceed to earn points based on your players’ performance. More yards means more points, more touchdowns means more points, and turnovers generally result in a reduction of points.

This is a very popular game, which has enhanced the football season of fans all over the country. No game is ever completely meaningless to someone who plays fantasy football.

This “silly little game” (the words used to describe it in its early stages) is played by over 33 million people in the Untied States (according to the Fantasy Sports Trade Association), and has grown into a multi-billion dollar industry.

If you have never played fantasy football in the past and would like to, you can join a league (either with friends or random strangers) for free on Yahoo,, or

Now, with fantasy football drafts among us, some of the writers here at Blogging Dirty will answer a few fantasy questions and give some draft advice to all players of the game, be it beginners or seasoned vets.

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