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10 Fantasy Tips to Help You Win Your Fantasy Football League in 2016 (21-30)

Our fantasy countdown to the Hall of Fame Game continues with our third day of tips. Here’s number 21-30.

21.) Know The Style Of Offense Teams Use

Knowing a team’s tendencies should impact your decisions too. A team such as the LA Rams who have a young QB and bad WRs but a really good RB are more likely to try and run the ball. More carries for Gurley means more value for him. Teams that air it out like Green Bay and New England mean the WRs have a lot more value and the RBs should be drafted a little lower. Fantasy football is all a game of opportunity and statistics say the more chances you get the better the chance for a TD or big play occurs. Know these offensive tendencies and weigh RBs with more value on running teams and QBs and WRs more on teams that throw the pigskin a lot.

22.) Avoid The Favorite Team Bias

This one is so hard for most people. Just because you love your beloved Cleveland Browns does not mean you should draft RGIII, Josh Gordon, Corey Coleman, or Gary Barnidge. Just stop. Year after year I see people take their favorite teams players way ahead of time because they love their team. I also see those same players on waivers three weeks later. Surprised? Draft objectively and smart, not with your heart. It usually makes Sundays a lot more painful when both your real life and fantasy team struggle because they have become all in one. Chances are there is a better player available at the time you are drafting than the one on your favorite team. That’s the guy you might look back and say I wish I would have taken him instead.

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While a pharmacy major at Toledo by day, Brandon Urasek is now making his mark in the journalism scene specializing in fantasy football and all things Cleveland sports. A five time fantasy football league champ and two time runner-up in ten tries, Brandon strives to help people with their lineups each week in both personal and weekly fantasy leagues in addition to covering the other various Cleveland teams. Follow Brandon on twitter @burasek10

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