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Win at Fantasy Football
It might seem like a fun idea to take a wide receiver who went to your alma mater or to pick up a few Washington players because you bleed burgundy and gold, but don't do it. There isn't a league in the country that gives you bonus points because a player signed a football for your nephew.
"Being a homer isn't such a bad thing if you're a Colts fan," says Hansen. "But it can be a big problem if you're a Browns fan. Just make sure you're picking the best players and don't outthink yourself." Sonny Amato
Sonny Amato is a Post sports writer and has been playing fantasy football for more than 10 years. His team, Tom Bosley's All-Stars , will be defending its league title.
Drafting and maintaining a solid fantasy football team requires attention. A good preseason magazine will get you caught up after a long off-season, and informative Web sites allow you to check trends and the status of players throughout the season. Here are some of the best:
· ESPN Fantasy Football 2005: The sports network's magazine offers a good cheat sheet and ranks every offensive player.
· Fantasy Football Index: Serious players read this publication for tons of stats and in-depth analysis.
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