Beat the Offseason Blues: Starting Thinking Fantasy Strategy

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Apr 26, 2012; New York, NY, USA; New York Jets fans from left Nick Marcello , Anthony Forte , Wayne Mitchell , Mike Forte and Scott Lissner pose for a photo before the 2012 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-US PRESSWIRE

It’s that slow time in the NFL, between minicamps and training camp. This year, unless you are a New Orleans Saints fan, you don’t have a lot to talk about. For NFL fans, this is a tough time. The season is coming up, but it’s not quite hear yet. So how do you beat the offseason blues?

Start thinking fantasy football strategy. Here are some things to look for, leading up to league drafts.

WATCH OFFSEASON MOVES-It’s important to watch where players have moved, and what type of situation they have moved to. Look at Brandon Marshall, for example. He moves from the Miami Dolphins to the Chicago Bears, which also reunited him with Jay Culter, whom he had great success with in Denver. Making it simple, that means positives for both Cutler’s numbers, and Marshall’s numbers, which makes them move up a bit on draft boards.

That is just one example, there are obviously many more.

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Topics: Alan Schechter, Fantasy Football, Fantasy Football Strategies, Minicamp, NY Jets, Sleepers, Training Camp

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