Fantasy Football Stats

My husband, Shawn is a sports fanatic. It’s sports on radio or TV all day long. He’s not really into computers but I’ve been catching him on my desktop playing games and looking at the Tampa Bucs info. He has a lot of friends who are into fantasy football so maybe learning how to use the computer better will help him feel more confident to play along with them.

If he had the stats and other tools from WaiverWire he’d have a one up on the guys too. This site was built by people that know stats – former Wall Street guys. They love football but were done with finances. Now they would be the ones to know how to analyze scores, players and more.

Shawn doesn’t seem like it, but he is very competitive. When he gets into something, especially if it has to do with football and trying to prove his knowledge of sports, he will fight tooth and nail. WaiverWire.com will provide him with:

  • Fantasy football draft software
  • Fantasy football news
  • Fantasy football analysis
  • Fantasy football forum
  • Fantasy football research
  • Access to over 100 Local NFL team news feeds
  • Fantasy football rankings
  • Fantasy player comparisons

He’ll be the smartest guy ever with all the knowledge he’ll gain from this site. And then I can brag about him for something else that he can do extra special, well perfect.

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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  1. Just had my fantasy football draft last night and I think some extra software and tools would have been helpful. People kept losing track of their turn and who was picked. The draft took nearly 4 hours!