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Secrets To Success
David Sabino
July 25, 2005
There are plenty of good reasons to play fantasy football but, in the end, the whole idea is to win. You've just been flooded with stats and information on more than 200 players along with every NFL defense. So now what? Well, as you set out on the task of putting your dream team together, it's only fair that we share a few hard-earned secrets, strategies learned over more than a decade of fantasy football experience. Will these six tips guarantee that you become the dominant force in your league? No. But ignore them at your own risk.
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July 25, 2005

Secrets To Success

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Also remember: Midrange wideouts are a dime a dozen, so take a back like Reuben Droughns, Najeh Davenport or even Maurice Clarett--all probable fantasy reserves--before you take receivers such as Peerless Price, Keyshawn Johnson or Johnnie Morton, all of whom should be available near the end of the draft or even in free agency later on.

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