My early years playing fantasy football were spent doing tedious tasks.  Writing down fantasy scoring out of the USA Today on Mondays and Tuesdays and hoping there weren’t any corrections in the Wednesday edition.  (Damn you backwards swing passes!)  Scoring during the fantasy football year was tedious, but draft preparation was even worse.  The only way to do a fantasy football mock draft in the 1990s was to breakout the old spiral notebook and try use your knowledge of the drafting habits of your league mates to do a proper predictive mock.  This method was of course flawed as it was hard to do anything, but go round by round using your personal rankings and always being left unhappy because your favorite guys wouldn’t fall to you.

The bad preparation would inevitably lead to me being unprepared on draft day as my friends would reach for rookies or seem like they were drafting off of magazines printed three years before.  In the years that followed strategies and technologies seemed to grow by leaps and bounds.  More and more league mates were showing up with customized cheat sheets from and  I was tough for the average fantasy football player to keep up with the fantasy “Joneses”.  I would do my best using the free tools that were on the internet at the time, but mock drafting with a computer with bad artificial intelligence and outdated rankings always made it a process that almost wasn’t worth the effort.


That all changed when the Draft Wizard was invented.  The Draft Wizard is the single best tool a fantasy football player can use to prepare themselves for a Fantasy Football draft.  You draft side by side with artificial owners that are using the strategies and rankings of the best in fantasy sports.  You also get the added benefit of draft pick suggestions based on what real pro fantasy football players would do.  All of this can be done in minutes instead of hours.

Do you want to see what your team would look like if you tried to go late round quarterback, but only have 20 minutes before your train gets to your stop? No problem.  Do you get frustrated after you make a bad pick because you felt rushed?  Don’t worry about it.  You can jump out and start all over without frustrating eleven other fantasy owners.  What are you waiting for?  Try it today and let me know what you think.


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