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News-Herald Assistant Sports Editor Kevin Kleps doesn’t just write headlines and stories. He also checks on his fantasy sports teams. A lot. See if the moves and news from the world of sports affect your fantasy teams.

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Finders, keepers

If you've made it this far, hopefully you're familiar with the fantasy football blog we debuted in the sports section of this Web site in 2008.

Where you find this blog has changed, but the premise has not.

We'll try to keep this fun -- this is fantasy football, baseball and basketball, after all -- but also satisfy the hard-core, wanna-be general manager in each one of us. You know, the one who spends an inordinate amount of time playing these games year-round, so much so that we sometimes get so caught up in our fake games that we forget there is a real game going on right in front of us.

During the football season, we'll answer your questions, give start-and-sit advice, analyze recent trends and give a comprehensive playlist for the big three positions (quarterback, running back and wide receiver).

The rest of the year is up to you. I'm assuming many of you play fantasy baseball, and we'll delve into that as spring training begins. Until then, I want to hear from you.

Do you play fantasy basketball? If so, it is just to pass the time after football ends or until baseball begins?

In the next few days, we'll try to extend the fantasy football season as long as possible by addressing the top keepers at each position.

We'll start with the quarterbacks, then get to running backs, wide receivers and tight ends.

Until then, keep reading. And if you have any blog ideas, send an e-mail to kkleps@news-herald.com or post a comment on this site.

1 Comments:

Blogger News-Herald Blogs said...

I play fantasy NBA, but not seriously. It's not nearly as fun as baseball and football, and the outcomes depend too much upon how many games your players have each week.

January 10, 2009 at 11:41 AM 

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