The Greater Western Sydney Giants are a shining example of the fantasy football law that dictates that a team’s onfield performance bears little to no correlation to its potential to contain players that can rack up points on a regular basis. The Giants are a team fantasy coaches will be
The AFL has begun its staggered release of the prices and positions of players for next season’s fantasy football competitions and first cab off the rank is the Demons. Melbourne’s onfield woes are well documented but fantasy football is not about whether a team wins or loses, but the output
I managed to sneak into the final eight of my DreamTeam* league by beating a Swedish girl who has only been in the country for four years by the handsome margin of 27 points. That said, I will fully admit I’m not that great at DreamTeam, largely because I still,
I’ve done it. I’ve tipped the Tiges. Not only that, finalising my DreamTeam, I realised I have four Richmond players in there – Martin, Cotchin, Lids and Jack Riewoldt – four! FOUR! There’s no denying the Tigers hype at the moment. And the vast majority of neutrals are behind them.