As the 2014-2015 NFL season gets rolling, rivalries with more passion than the Seahawks and 49ers emerge. For many students,fantasy football is more than just a game, it’s a lifestyle. A lifestyle that is not for the faint of heart. For those looking to start their fantasy career, or those who have not experienced a winning fantasy season in a few years, listen closely.
Here are some tips that could turn your 3-10 season into a 10-3 season.
Few people find the path to victory on their own, but sophomore Sam Geffe has figured it out. In the past three years, Geffe has taken home a first, second and third place trophy. So how does one reach that level of success?
“It’s a lot of hard work and dedication. You gotta put time into it,” Geffe said.
A common myth is that fantasy football is all about luck. That’s the equivalent of saying luck was the reason the Seahawks beat the Broncos in the Super Bowl. Geffe is a prime example of hard work turning into wins.
“Whatever time I have left over, it’s all fantasy football,” Geffe said.
The time commitment is what keeps many participants from reaching greatness. To truly master the art, novelties such as sports and homework may have to take a seat on the bench.
Fantasy football can be more gratifying than a Super Bowl ring. However, the path to greatness is a rough one. What are you willing to sacrifice?