Classic Fantasy Football Articles by Doug Drinen

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Most fantasy football articles are reports and analysis about current events. A month later, though, no one really cares how Steven Jackson's groin was on October 3rd.

That's why Doug Drinen's archive of fantasy football ramblings is so interesting to read. He wrote a series of articles before the 2002 season, and a lot of them contain nuggets of fantasy information still useful today.

If you haven't had a chance to read them, check out the main page first before heading over to the full list.

A couple highlights:

The best wide receiver of a rookie class is practically never the best career receiver.

The best running back of a rookie class is almost always the best career back.

If I have time I'll try to do my own update on some of his articles, but I wanted to first share his archive with anyone not familiar with it. I know in one of the articles he studies the third-year wide receiver breakout theory, but I can't remember which one.

Start browsing now. It's a great way to kill time. To keep it interesting, some of the articles are entirely opinion like the Randy Moss and Jake Plummer ramblings.

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