With football season starting this weekend many fans will be going online to bet or participate in Fantasy Football. Fantasy Football gives fans a chance to pick their fantasy team or make picks of which team they think will win a certain game. If you’re looking for the best, and most thorough, blogs on the Internet for stats and best players or teams to pick for your Fantasy Football league these top 5 websites are the best places to look before starting your league, or to find leagues already established you can jump into.
Listed as one of the top online Fantasy Football blogs FantasyFootballBlog.net offers tips, which teams to pick and which to avoid, studs and duds and the best players for your fantasy football team. The blog site stays up-to-date pretty regularly during the football season up to the Superbowl and during the NFL Draft in April.
Currently the New Orleans Saints are riding high on their 2010 Superbowl win and many fantasy football leagues have them in their top picks again for this season. Check out the forums on FantasyFootballBlog.net to find other football fans and fellow fantasy players ready to join your league.
NFL Fantasy Blog –
The official fantasy football blog of the NFL , you will find pre-game and post-game blog updates, player stats and who’s playing who and the final scores for both teams. You will also get picks for the weeks best players you can use for your following weeks picks in your fantasy football league. Whether you are playing for the fun of it or you are betting on a football team for real money, this should be your first stop for official news and information from the NFL.
The Fantasy Football Geek –
This is another great place to visit for interacting with other fantasy football fans as well as get up to date information about teams, stats and football players. You can also get to FantasyPlayers.com through here where you will not only find football best bets and tips for the upcoming weeks, but also for other fantasy sports leagues like Baseball, Basketball, World Cup and U.S. Open games.
This blog site is pretty user friendly and encourages discussion in a non heated environment. You will need to register to use the site, but the tips, insider information for your team and cheats are the best for your fantasy football league.
Razzball offers fantasy football advice through their blog which is updated frequently during the football season. The information on this blog is pretty informative and will help you determine which teams or players you should pick weekly for your team based on the previous weeks games.
You will find football schedules, weekly rankings, a podcast, an App for your iPhone or Droid and multiple teams you can join based on playing for fun or betting weekly for the entire season. You will also find the best strategy’s for choosing your picks.
Camel Clutch Blog –
Offering stats, post-game results and previews of upcoming games, Camel Clutch is a great blog for fantasy sports leagues of any sporting events. You will find the best and worst players to have on a league, or the best and worst teams to bet on for the 2010-2011 season. You will also find blog posts like Deflating Brett Favre’s Ego and the latest news and updates for the NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA and WWF.
Camel Clutch also allows users to sign up and meet other users to form fantasy leagues and teams through other off-blog sites and through the blog forums.