January 31, 2016

FSAA PROMISES

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FSAA PROMISES

  1. We are going to be active, so that we can be competitive, so that we can become victorious.
  2. We will not regret past losses but learn from them.
  3. We will comprehend the word victory and we will win.
  4. No matter how far down the standings we have dropped, we will continue to set our lineups and try to improve our teams.
  5. That feeling of defeat will disappear.
  6. We will not lose interest in our teams and gain interest in our leagues and the other managers.
  7. Losing will slip away.
  8. Our whole attitude and outlook upon fantasy sports will change
  9. Fear of trading and aggressively dropping players will leave us.
  10. We will intuitively know how to handle injuries which used to baffle us.
  11. We will suddenly realize that The Fantasy Gods are doing for our teams what we could not do for ourselves.

Are these extravagant promises?

WHAT IS SPONSORSHIP? FSAA began with sponsorship. When Ryan B. was only a starting to play fantasy sports, he was stricken with a powerful urge to quit. This thought came to him: “You need another fantasy addict just as much as he needs you.” Ryan B. found Tom, who had been trying desperately and unsuccessfully to follow sports, and out of their common need, FSAA was born. Tom in turn safeguarded his own fantasy addiction by sponsoring countless other fantasy addicts. In FSAA the sponsor and sponsored meet as equals, just as Ryan & Tom did. The process of sponsoring is this: A fantasy addict who has made some progress in the victory program shares his experience on a continuous, individual basis with another fantasy manager who is attempting to attain or maintain victory through FSAA. We need constant & close support as we begin to play fantasy sports. HOW

As the first half of the fantasy basketball season is winding down, it is important to pay attention to the rest of the season schedule, as it pertains to the fantasy basketball season.  It is extremely useful to pay attention to the fantasy basketball playoff schedule, because a lot of the time it is quantity not quality, which wins fantasy championships. Here is a quick look at the NBA teams schedule for the first half of the fantasy basketball season.  This is a useful tool for trading players, because players who have played more games are obviously going to have a higher overall ranking than a player who has played fewer games.  So a player from PHI or POR is going to be ranked higher than a player form CHI, CLE, WAS.  It may be useful to try trading a player from those teams to get a player that has

January 7, 2016

What is FSAA?

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What is FSAA? Fantasy Sports Addicts Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience and knowledge with each other that they may solve their common problems and help others to win their fantasy leagues. The only requirement for membership is a desire to win at any cost. There are no dues or fees for FSAA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. FSAA is not allied with Yahoo, Draftkings, ESPN, Fanduel or CBS; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay active, be competitive and help other fantasy sports addicts to achieve victory. What is our mission? “The FSAA program is simply sharing, working the Twelve Steps, managing our teams and practicing the principles of the program.” Our complicated leagues can be made a lot less complicated if we concentrate on a few

<span class="bp-first-letter">h</span>ttps://youtu.be/CXwA2cTmbtgYes! Yes! Yes! The Hot Stove is officially boiling over!  MLB’s Winter Meetings recently concluded and we saw a plethora of player piñatas bandied about in trade talks.  The free agent dominoes have also started falling, most with hefty contracts awarded thus far.  You can bet Ryan and I were doing cartwheels over both the Zack Greinke signing and Shelby Miller trade here in Arizona (yeah that’s right, eat shit Dodgers fans).  Homer-ism’s aside, this is probably the most exciting time of year for Fantasy Baseball managers – with of course, the exception of your league’s draft and post-season play. So friends, the Fantasy Baseball season is finally upon us!  If you’re an Addict like Ryan and I, you’ve already been keeping track of all the player transactions and roster changes; either mentally, or by some other method (such as a spreadsheet).  Obviously, as we get closer to the start of the season,