11 Fantasy Football Twitter Accounts You Need To Follow
Sick of using the name fantasy intell as the rest of the owners in your league? Tired of starting injured players who were listed as healthy heading into their games? Want to get a leg up on your competition by finding new sources of fantasy analysis? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, we urge you to follow these 11 Twitter accounts ASAP. Put them in a list, set an alarm for Sunday morning, give these feeds a quick glance to see what the experts are talking about and tweet out a few questions -- just in case you can't make up your mind -- and you're chances of winning each week will double. (No joke, Pat Mayo's Twitter account won me $800 last year. Thank you, Pat. I love you.)
Eleven golden tickets to fantasy football immortality, below...
11) Eric Mack (Sports Illustrated)
Specialty: Injury news, analysis
Claim to Fame: Answers questions over Twitter
10) Jake Ciely (RotoExperts, SportsGrid)
Specialty: Position ranks, waiver wire tips
Claim to Fame: Is also a bonafide fantasy baseball expert, also responds to questions
9) Josina Anderson (ESPN)
Specialty: Suspension and injury news
Claim to Fame: Commenting on Michael Sam's locker room showering habits.
8) Christopher Harris (ESPN)
Specialty: Draft prep, positional rankings
Claim to Fame: Funniest tweeter in fantasy football universe
7) Scott Engel (RotoExperts, The FNTSY Sports Network)
Specialty: Deep sleepers, trade advice
Claim to Fame: Does an impeccable Rosie Perez impression, knows more about fantasy football than anyone on Earth
6) Evan Silva (ProFootballTalk, RotoWorld)
Claim to Fame: Might be the highest-profile fantasy analyst who isn't named Matthew Berry
5) Yahoo! Fantasy Football
Claim to Fame: Issuing awkward apologies when Yahoo's fantasy servers crash (which happens more often than you'd think).
4) Michael Fabiano (NFL Network)
Specialty: Positional rankings, finding sleepers
Claim to Fame: His Wikipedia page claims he "has become the face of fantasy football," so, ya know, modesty.
3) Pat Mayo (RotoExperts.com, The FNTSY Sports Network)
Specialty: Position ranks, sit/start advice, mean-spirited humor
Claim to Fame: Helped me win two leagues last year, has incredible Twitter profile/header pic combination.
2) Matthew Berry (ESPN)
Claim to Fame: Writing very self-depricating, very long think pieces about fantasy football.
1) Stephania Bell
Specialty: Injury news
Claim to Fame: Will save your life on Sunday morning, reportedly had an affair with ESPN's Erik Kuselias.
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