How we rank 'em
Welcome to the 2010 National Football Post Fantasy Draft Guide. By selecting the NFP as your fantasy football provider, you have already put yourself one step ahead of the competition.
Our philosophy is simple: Acquire and provide in-depth and inside information that gives our readers a distinct strategic advantage over the rest of the fantasy football community.
We don’t sit around a table and analyze stats like some other fantasy football providers do. While statistics are important, the National Football Post relies on an extensive network of coaches, scouts and league insiders to acquire information that isn’t made available to the rest of the public.
We pride ourselves on our insight and experience. We watch tape, cover training camp and games, talk to people in the know and then report back to you with what we’ve discovered. No other fantasy football provider in the business can say the same.
The best thing about the NFP Fantasy Draft Guide is that it’s completely interactive and is constantly being updated. Why buy a fantasy magazine when you can have an interactive, up-to-date resource center that answers all of your questions? Fantasy football magazines go to print months before owners hold their fantasy drafts. Players are signed, cut and injured during that time. Is that the information you want to rely on?
In addition, 2009 NFP Fantasy Expert’s League Champion Joe Fortenbaugh is here to answer all of your questions leading up to draft day. Between live chats, email access and our unique “Ask Joe” feature, no other fantasy expert can say they are more connected to their audience than we can.
This is the place fantasy owners come to gain an advantage. This is the place fantasy owners come to dominate.
We look forward to working with you this year. Thanks again for choosing the NFP.
NFP Fantasy Football Senior Analyst
2009 NFP Fantasy Expert’s League Champion