2015 Beginner's Guide to Fantasy Football

A not-so-brief overview of fantasy football

Your first foray into fantasy football might be a bit intimidating. It's likely that you'll be joining an established league full of experienced players, and it will be tough - and possibly expensive - to learn everything on the job. The guide below will help get you up to speed quickly.

Beginner's Guide to Fantasy Football: Section I - FBG Staff
Introduction to Fantasy Football

Beginner's Guide to Fantasy Football: Section II - FBG Staff
Various League Types

Beginner's Guide to Fantasy Football: Section III - FBG Staff
Looking at Various Scoring Systems

Beginner's Guide to Fantasy Football: Section IV - FBG Staff
Examining Different Starting Lineups

Beginner's Guide to Fantasy Football: Section V - FBG Staff
Draft Tools at Footballguys.com

Beginner's Guide to Fantasy Football: Section VI - Bob Magaw
Preparing for Your Draft

Beginner's Guide to Fantasy Football: Section VII - Will Grant
Having a Successful Draft

Beginner's Guide to Fantasy Football: Section VIII - FBG Staff
Analyzing Your Roster

Beginner's Guide to Fantasy Football: Section IX - FBG Staff
A model on how to improve your roster post-draft

Beginner's Guide to Fantasy Football: Section X - William Grant
A beginner's blueprint on using the waiver wire

Beginner's Guide to Fantasy Football: Section XI - William Grant
A brief how-to on starting lineup decisions

Beginner's Guide to Fantasy Football: Section XII - FBG Staff
A beginner's template to making the fantasy playoffs