Bolick’s Guide to Fantasy Football Prospects
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JD Bolick writes: “This is the full version of Bolick's Guide to Fantasy Football Prospects 2014. It's more than 18,000 words long with 529 different hyperlinks to video clips showing you examples of the strengths and weaknesses I'm writing about. That's right, I'm such a nerd that I actually created the first fantasy sports product to use citations.
If you want to read what Kelvin Benjamin does best and what he still needs to work on, then see it for yourself, this will do that for you. I explain how Minnesota got a steal, that Oakland did something stupid yet again, and why Terrance West shouldn't be a legitimate threat to Ben Tate. Every fantasy-relevant rookie is covered except for John Brown of the Cardinals, as I couldn't get access to any film of Pittsburg State and I only write about players I've seen for multiple games.
Being a fantasy football product does mean that this iBook only covers quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends, but it isn't necessarily just a product for people who play fantasy football. Any football fan interested in a thorough breakdown of the talents and skills of the 2014 drafted players at those positions will hopefully find this an interesting and worthwhile read.”
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