RotoMan’s comprehensive annual Fantasy football magazine, The Fantasy Football Guide, is now out, and after a forced sabbatical in 2017, RotoRob himself was again involved in the writing of the publication.
As always, current and former RotoRob.com writers left their mark all over the 2018 Fantasy Football Guide, which this year breaks tradition by having a rookie as its cover boy — New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley.
Besides yours truly, former/present RotoRob.com writers that worked on this issue are: Herija Green, Andy Goldstein, Buck Davidson, Derek Jones and Matt Wilson.
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This year, one of the bigger changes is that there’s a strategy article about the way teams are using their receivers, and how while they’re passing more, the value of elite running backs is going up.
Other features of the 2018 Fantasy Football Guide:
- 2018 Writers Poll, which includes picks for awards, kickers, most overlooked and overrated, and rookies;
- An expert mock draft, featuring 14 experts going 16 rounds deep and providing rationale for each pick;
- The writers pick AFC and NFC winners and Super Bowl champs;
- An article about the talented, but flawed 2018 rookie class;
- Injury reports;
- Depth charts;
- Position rankings;
- Strength of schedule;
- Cheat sheets for standard, NFFC and auction formats; and
- Over 600 player projections and profiles.
We highly recommend you have this mag come draft day. There’s really no other way to be sure you’ll bitch slap your opponents into submission.
Look for the 2018 Fantasy Football Guide in bookstores near you or purchase it online here and save a buck off the cover price by using promo code Rob18.
RotoRob Tune of the Day
Growing up in Toronto, it was always a treat to see local rock legend David Wilcox perform at various bars around the city. His antics were always worth the price of admission. From his fifth album, The Natural Edge (1989), here’s “Lay Down in Your Arms.”
Now it’s your turn. Let us know in the comments below what you think of this year’s edition.