“It’s not how you start. It’s how you finish.” — Author Unknown
It should be evident that NFL owners, players and fantasy football participants need to adopt this attitude, It certainly worked for the Green Bay Packers last season. They slowly built up momentum through the 16-game schedule and then sprinted through the playoffs to a championship.
Since “imitation is the sincerest form of flattery”, the Examiner has assembled a panel of experts to evaluate players for the upcoming fantasy football draft and advise you on how to succeed (possibly with very little effort) in your fantasy league because we believe there will be NFL football this year.
We’ve not only gone looking for local experts, but also divisional, conference and national fantasy football gurus. The panel continues to grow, but here is the current roster of participants (with live links attached to their names).
Darwin (Deni) Martin, Detroit Fantasy Sports Examiner
Michael Gould, Dallas Fantasy Sports Examiner – providing Cowboys, NFC East & NFC fantasy coverage
Chris Morgan, Detroit Lions Examiner – providing Lions, NFC North & NFC fantasy coverage
Samuel Lam, San Francisco 49ers Examiner – providing 49ers, NFC West & NFC fantasy coverage
Micah Benjamin Vargo, Miami Fantasy Sports Examiner – providing Dolphins, AFC East & AFC fantasy coverage
Greg Arias, Tennessee Titans Examiner – providing Titans, AFC South & AFC fantasy coverage
Kevin Pool, Cincinnati Sports Examiner- providing Bengals, AFC North & AFC fantasy coverage
Dan Rose, Kansas City Chiefs Examiner – providing Chiefs, AFC West & AFC fantasy coverage
Austin Schlepp, Denver Sports Fantasy Examiner – providing Broncos, AFC West & AFC fantasy coverage
Our panel rates the quarterbacks to tell you who is:
- the most valuable fantasy QB
- the sleeper who may earn you valuable fantasy points
- the dud that you should avoid drafting
- the top rookie quarterback in the NFL this season.