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We believe Fantasy Football success comes down to understanding two things — opportunity and talent. You will have Fantasy Football mastered once you understand how good a player is and how good of an opportunity he has to gain yards and score touchdowns. The thing is, you'll never COMPLETELY master Fantasy Football unless you account for every possible variable which is an amount of data that doesn't exist — yet. But you can get pretty darn good at it when you have even a slightly better understanding of opportunity and talent than the average Joe. That small difference is all you need to consistently make money in daily fantasy or if you just want to win a redraft league with your friends for $20. That's what Fantasy Football Helpers is dedicated to doing.


George Banko

George founded Fantasy Football Helpers in 2014 after starting it as a blog in 2011. He focuses on the running back position and scouted running backs as a student at The Scouting Academy, an online course taught by former NFL Scout Dan Hatman. He has contributed scouting report articles for Draftbreakdown.com and served as an intern for FFChamps.com in the summer of 2010.

Follow George at @gbankoFFHelpers


Scott Sergent

 

Scott Sergent is a frequent podcast guest and has brought his experience decades of fantasy football experience to Fantasy Football Helpers. He specializes in calming you down when you're contemplating benching a player you shouldn't bench.

Scott Sergent has written football recaps for govols.com, SEC Sportsfan.com and has a novel published titled 'An Invincible Summer.' The book was was #1 for six months straight on the New York Times best selling insomniacs list, and was awarded the 2002 Medical Miracle Medal for curing sleep depravity.

Born in Michigan, he's still a die hard Detroit Lions fan (stop laughing) and usually dies even harder around Week 5 or 6 as the Lions begin their early hibernation from the playoffs.

He resigned as President of the Atlanta Chapter of the Detroit Lions Fan Club the day Wayne Fontes was hired, and got drunk and ran around his neighborhood naked in celebration the day Matt Millen got canned. These days, his wife has to remind him that Fantasy Football is just a game, that is, until the playoffs roll around and she gets a chance to look at the payouts. Then she magically turns into the second coming of Buddy Ryan, and begins throwing punches when he does not pick the correct starters and she sees her potential windfall fly out the window.

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About Us

We believe Fantasy Football success comes down to two things — opportunity and talent. You will have Fantasy Football mastered once you understand how good a player is and how good of an opportunity he has to gain yards and score touchdowns. The thing is, you'll never master Fantasy Football. But you can get pretty darn good at it when you have even a slightly better understanding of opportunity and talent than the average Joe. That's what Fantasy Football Helpers is dedicated to doing.

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We'd love to hear from you. Feel free to email George Banko