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Premium Fantasy Football Sites

How much does winning your league or leagues mean to you? If your friendly, work, or money league means anything to you, you should think about subscribing to a site that produces content all throughout the fantasy football season. Here are some suggestions (listed in alphebetical order):

4for4.com - $29.95 / year

4for4 is a great content site that focuses on redraft leagues. Owner Josh Moore and fellow writer John Paulsen have been extremely accurate with their preseason and season rankings. They also have value-based predictions for the daily fantasy sports sites like FanDuel. (More info on DFS)

ESPN Insider – $8/month or $40/year

There are plenty of articles throughout the year on ESPN.com that are for “Insiders” only, including fantasy content. Though the content is not nearly as in depth as other sites dedicated to fantasy sports, it’s still a decent deal considering all of the other sports content. Here’s a hint though, find a cheap ESPN the Magazine subscription and your Insider subscription comes with it.

FantasyGuru.com – $29.95 / year OR $50 / 2 years

FantasyGuru has been around for 17 years and have continued to improve their subscription model with every passing year. Owner John Paulsen, Insider Adam Caplan, long-time NFL analyst Greg Cosell, and other writers combine to form a dynamic team. Take a tour and see for yourself!

FootballGuys.com – $28.95 / year

Football Guys is loaded with content year after year. Owners Joe Bryant and David Dodd, along with notorious fantasy football writers Sigmund Bloom and Cecil Lammey, come up with as much content as you can handle. And this year, they have an interactive iPad magazine that is part of the subscription!

ProFootballFocus.com – $29.99 / year

Mike Clay has done a great job with Pro Football Focus. There is content for pretty much any fantasy football league that you play. If you are into stats for pretty much everything, this is the premium site for you. They also have a 2012 Draft Guide available for $8 for a hardcover and $5 for a PDF download.

 

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