Fantasy Football Preview

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Yes my friends, it's that time of year again. Either you've spent the past seven months gloating about your fantasy football championship or trying to figure out how it all went wrong.

No matter what the case may be, on Monday The Fantasy Factor will begin its coverage of all things fantasy football with team-by-team previews of every one of the 32 NFL franchises by conference. Every day you can find a new team preview, starting with the AFC North and AFC South next week.

We'll give you the lowdown on every quarterback, running back, wide receiver, tight end and defense that you need to know about, complete with last year's stats and outlook for the upcoming season.

Soon after you can expect position by position and composite rankings of players to help you make those tough decisions in the offseason.

Eventually we'll be conducting a mock draft so that you have a handle on what to expect when your draft day comes around in the very near future.

Once the season begins, we'll have regularly occurring features on a daily basis that will include start or sit, fantasy mailbag, matchup previews and a host of others along the way.

Make sure to check back with us daily, or subscribe to our free news feed so that you can be alerted whenever new content is available.

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