This web site is sweet, glad to know there are people that don\'t want to charge an arm and a leg for info...
         - Tim G. (February 23, 2004)
This (2003 NFL Draft Sheet) looks great. The cheat sheet is really nice and far and above the call of duty.
         - Mike P. (August 29, 2003)
Hey man, you seriously are very helpful... I have been on other sites and they usually take 2 or 3 days to back to you after a question. Your efficiency is impressive, and I know that you must have plenty of people besides me asking questions. ...  Seriously, keep up the good work!
         - Tommy (April 6, 2003)
Thank you soooooo much, you've been very helpful. 
Knowing that you're a back-to-back "Auction-type" draft league "WINNER" really helps in trusting in your opinions. ..   Thanks again for all your help and advice.
        - Steve (Mar 27, 2003)
Thanks your sheets will really help since most publications are old and based on a 4X4 or 5X5 thus inflating guys like Luis Castillo and Juan Pierre. Thanks again
         - Steven (Mar 8, 2003)
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         - Travis (Dec 23, 2002)
Your assessment was extremely helpful to me because you gave me a comprehensive reasoning behind your decision. I have been a football fan for over 20 years but I am a fantasy football novice. You provided me a means by which I could evaluate other potential trades.
        - Riley (Aug 6, 2002) is an awesome resource. In my never-ending quest to improve the quality of my league, I'm going to make sure that all of my managers have the URL. I appreciate all of the help that all you guys are willing to give- especially being so responsive to my e-mails.  I've found tons of information on your site that no one else has. Who knew that such quality information could be had from a free site?  Your site rocks and I visit it all the time.  Thanks for your help, and your efforts to keep the site up-to-date.
         - Joe H. (Mar 6, 2002)
Which web sites do the experts visit for crucial Roto news and analysis?  We surveyed this year's LABR participants to find out.  Here are the sites that come most hightly recommended.
... Essays, Roto values and projections from two-time defending
LABR AL champion "Regular Guy" Michael Brown.  Get tips on practical issues
such as how to set up a league or conduct an Internet auction.

             --USA TODAY BASEBALL WEEKLY - Mat Olkin - March 14, 2001


NET DRAFTING:  Nothing can get between us and Draft Day -- the reunion of friends, the revival of smack -- it can't be missed. But things often do: jobs, kids, family get-togethers, etc.

Previously, we had conference calls -- a maddening, muddying connection between the draft and the drafters who could not make it. But now we have the Internet, where drafting in absentia is free and darn close to easy.

If you're thinking about drafting by computer, check out the "How to Run an Online Draft'' link at -- you will avoid any pitfalls that could make the conference call seem like the good old days.

                      --USA TODAY BASEBALL WEEKLY - John Hunt - March 23, 2000