Believe it or not, we are entering the midway point of the AAF regular season. It’s been a pretty wild ride so far with some big ups and equally depressing downs. We’ve built an entire fantasy sport around a brand-new league within a matter of weeks. I’m pretty damn proud of the work we’ve put into this and even prouder of the results. I look at this entire AAF exercise as a challenge to our football analysis. I’ve noticed a lot of so-called fantasy football experts either ignore or fade away from the fantasy AAF. I think they are way too consumed with being fans of the sport that they completely ignore the opportunity and advantage we have here.
After all, do any of you really care whether it’s NFL, AAF, XFL, CFL or any other fantasy league so long as you are cashing chips at the end of the day/week? I sure don’t and I guess that is why I’m rather happy with what we’ve built here.
If you’ve been playing along, you know that the DFS AAF writeups have been pretty damn good. We cashed across the board with an optimal lineup score of 51.2 in week one. Week two was a complete disaster as the optimal lineup didn’t crack 20 points. Then week three...
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Jeff Mans is the CCO of Guru Elite.com and 14-year veteran of the fantasy sports industry. He is also the outspoken front man of SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio, hosting a variety of live programs including his own Guru Elite Show from 2-4 PM ET every weekday