Week one and a note on the site

I hope you enjoyed our preseason content this summer. Based on all the feedback we’ve received, it appears our readers have never felt more prepared for their drafts than they have this year. That’s good, since we’ve never worked harder than we did this year on covering the preseason. I do sense this year is going to be a little crazier than usual, but I feel very good about the advice we’ve put forth this summer.

As I do each year around this time, I have to note how difficult Week One is for us. Every Labor Day we get inundated with e-mails looking for Week One content, yet for example, I was still working on preseason material as of last night for those with late drafts. It’s tough to slam on the preseason brakes and shift gears to Week One, so this week will not be a typical week in terms of our content. Here’s a quick overview of what to expect this week:

E-mails – With the regular season underway, we’ll start touching base via e-mail more often, starting with our Wednesday Practice Report tomorrow. You’ll notice next week, once we get into our regular routine, that we’ll be e-mailing […]

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