With millions of people playing fantasy football worldwide, there are many fantasy football resources on the Internet which are geared toward fantasy players.
If you are looking to play in a fantasy football leagues, here are some great websites where you can join a public league or create a custom league of your own.
The free version is good enough for most everything you need, however you can also use the pay version if your league needs live scoring and more customization. Yahoo is a great place to learn about fantasy football and even play in free, public leagues just for fun.
This site is ideal for those looking for advanced customization or hosting for a dynasty or keeper league. The cost is about $80 per season per league. Have the owners in your league to pitch in for the cost or deducts the league fees from the prize pool.
Now, that you have found a place to play fantasy football, you need to do your research on who to draft, who to start throughout the season, who to trade and much more. Around the Internet, you will find many fantasy football sites that will help you with this. Most of these websites require an annual membership fee. For the fee, you get draft guides, player rankings, projections and advice.
FantasyFootball.com offers many levels of membership from a free basic option escalating to their platinum membership at $34.95. You can get a great deal of information here that will help you in your quest to win your fantasy football league.
The FootballGuys provide NFL news, player projections and rankings, podcasts and a great deal more information. Their subscriptions is $26.95 per year.
In addition, there are many websites that provide similar, though maybe not as comprehesive, information for free - FFToolbox.com, FantasyFootballCafe.com and FFToday.com, just to name a few.
For day-to-day football news, you can read NFL.com, ESPN.com, FoxSports.com and Yahoo.com. By keeping up-to-date with all the last NFL news, you will be able to make wise choices on your fantasy team roster.