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Fantasy football is played online and so online research really is the best way to prepare for your draft.

Many mainstream Web portals (ESPN, AOL, Yahoo!, and so on) have sports sections, and they devote plenty of coverage to fantasy football — including around draft time. In addition, you can find hundreds of fan sites perfect for fantasy football research. These sites are filled with expert reports on player rankings, matchup analysis, projections, and more.

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