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Join a forum or read a blog.

The web can serve as a support group for millions of football junkies. You can take advantage by picking their brains before your draft. By joining a forum, reading a blog (sort of like a web diary), sending e-mails back and forth with your buddies, or participating in a mock draft, you can talk to other fans, experts, players, and coaches about your draft strategies and player pre-rankings. People are always willing to weigh in with their opinions on which players you should start each week — reaching out to the community is highly recommended and a critical fantasy football research tactic.

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