I enjoy the weekly interviews with fantasy-football experts, but sometimes I need to hang out. Last night I chatted with Regan Yant of Fake Pigskin. Regan and Adam Rainbolt founded Fake Pigskin in 2013 and they now have 49 writers covering every aspect of fantasy football from redraft to dynasty to IDP to auctions.
Read on for a chance to win the 2014 Fake Pigskin Draft Guide.
Last year the site had a draft guide that was about 100 pages in length. This year, the FakePigskin.com 2014 Fantasy Football Guide is up to 326 pages. It feels like two or three guides in one with team reviews, rankings, articles, and even interviews (I’m watching you, Mr. Cherney) with fantasy writers. There’s even a cameo by Matt Rittle as his alter ego, The Kicker Monk.
If you get the Twitter handles of all of the writers in the FakePigskin.com 2014 Fantasy Football Draft guide, you’ll have about 40 new best friends who want to talk about nothing but football 24/7. That seems like a bargain for $4.95.
Here’s my hangout with Regan. In honor of #2014SFB week, we talked about our teams in the 2014 Scott Fish Bowl, his 2013 9th place finish (120 teams in last year’s pool), live drafting in Arizona, and of course, the big bad guide.
We couldn’t do the hangout without a giveaway. Name the jersey that Regan most recently bought and you can win a copy of the 2014 Fake Pigskin Fantasy Football Draft Guide. Happy listening.