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Leveraging numberFire's Analytics Into Season-Long Fantasy Football Success

Proper use of analytics can separate the good teams from the great in fantasy football. How can you use numberFire's analytics to gain an edge over the competition?

Once you get old enough, you essentially run out of things to ask relatives to get you for Christmas. One person can only have so many Nick Mangold shirseys in their closet before people start to ask questions.

My default filler -- in an attempt to look like a real adult -- has been kitchen utensils. You can't have too many of those, right?

There's just one minor issue here: I don't know how to use any of them.

I can figure out a skillet or a single-cup coffee maker, but a bread machine with 13 buttons and even more options within each setting? I'll give it a shot, but the odds of success seem underwhelming.

No matter how fancy your contraptions in the kitchen, it's not going to make a lick of difference unless you know how to use them. Football analytics are the exact same.

So what if a quarterback was efficient in 2015? Why should that matter for us, especially when we're talking about season-long fantasy football? How can we take that knowledge and make it useful for our purposes of lighting leaguemates aflame once the season begins?

Let's try to address that today. With your premium memberships, you have access to all of numberFire's advanced team and player analytics, and when properly applied, they can pay huge dividends for your fantasy teams.

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