The 13 time #1 Best-Selling Fantasy Black Book is back for NFL 2019! Last year, the Black Book was #1 in both Football and Fantasy Sports on Amazon and has returned this season more loaded than ever before! Joe’s revolutionary player evaluation tool Relative Position Value (RPV) has changed the game and for the 14th Black Book, Joe has assembled a true Pro Bowl Roster! This year’s contributors:Jake Ciely – The Athletic, Senior Fantasy WriterMatt Franciscovich – Formerly of NFL.com and now EA SportsGary Davenport – FSWA Fantasy Football Writer of the Year 2017, Bleacher Report, IDP SharksNate Hamilton – Fantrax, Fantasy Tilt PodcastScott Bogman – In This League, The Fantasy Black Book Show, FantraxDerek Brown – The QuantEdgeChris Meaney – The QuantEdge & Linestar Tim Heaney – ESPN, RotoWireThe Fantasy Football Black Book 2019 edition includes: *300+ player profiles and breakdowns*100+ rookie player profiles for dynasty and redraft players*RPV for Standard, PPR and Superflex Leagues *Specific Draft Strategy Chapters for Standard, PPR, Superflex formats…and BestBall!*Full IDP Rankings and player profiles*Panel discussion on the most overrated and underrated players of 2019*DFS Strategy, being the commish, managing your roster in season, making trades and more!Whether you’re new to fantasy football or a grizzled veteran looking for a leg up on the competition, The Black Book is the place to start…and end your preparation! #TakeTheBlack #TeamBlackBook
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