#1 By: Daniel Schultz, December 26th, 2017 12:34
Thanks for helping make 2017 a successful fantasy season. I used the NASCAR sub to play a little dfs and to win a season long fantasy nascar league. Football was also very successful, with an outright win in a league I run after leading the points all season. A second league saw me get a bye into the second round and a loss but that is how it goes. The third league splits prize money on points and on head to head and another head to head title was taken here. So thanks again for keeping me well informed, entertained with your articles, podcasts and forum comments. Also, thank you to those in the forum community that also contributed advice and helped improve the forums. May 2018 be happy and productive for all.
#2 By: DaveCabanFF, December 26th, 2017 19:55
@Badger Thanks much fir the kind words. We really appreciate it and are glad to have helped! Already looking forward to next season!
#3 By: hrr5010, December 27th, 2017 09:24
Congrats! You had a good season, and hopefully next will bring more successes.
#4 By: How, December 27th, 2017 14:43
I second this! Thank you all at Rotoviz for oodles and oodles of great content and feedback. Few places offer the kind of positive atmosphere, heady advice, responsiveness and originality that have been de rigueur at Rotoviz from the start.
Side note, thanks for hyping up Larry Fitzgerald before the season. I grabbed him in all my leagues, and he helped carry me to titles in 2 of 4 and finals in 3 of 4 (in the 4th league, I lost Odell and just couldn't quite recover).
#5 By: Dennis, December 27th, 2017 17:22
I third this, had a great year thanks to the staff here. @dcaban love the GLSP stuff all year. and @RotoDoc and @HeithK all year on the OTD...i basically broke even this year but im still ahead from last year when leveon bell had the snow game. but really great to hear both ur thinking and strategy. even the way you talk out loud ur 'draft' strategy is educational and i never even tried it yet. blocking qbs, etc.
thanks to @hrr5010 for trade, waiver, and start sit help all year on the forum. suggesting i break the bank for Ingram on waivers prob helped win me a title.
@Pat (Pat Kerrane) and @FF_Contrarian for the awesome pod all year. some huge tidbits on there over the year like... reasoning for why you guys prefer Drake over Williams if Ajayi ever went down. i think that may have played a huge part for a title i got.
@BenGretch read deconstructing betting lines and stealing signals all year. i love how self-reflective u are to constantly suss out WHY u thought what u did. its really cool psychology. My hero, Sam Hinkie would be proud. he suggests we all keep notebooks and write why we think stuff and then update it to prevent hindsight etc. ur stealing signals is a great exercise in superforecasting.
and @CKl for putting together lots of cool things like who wil be fantasy mvp, and waiver column. was huge
#6 By: Trevor.Moran, December 27th, 2017 21:54
Yes thank you guys so much. I finished my year 11-3 even after losing David johnson, Allen Robinson, Andrew luck, and Garcon. My championship game is week 17 so wish me luck. Love you guys and I can't wait to do a zero rb draft next year with your alls help. I didn't sign up this year till after draft haha.
#7 By: McG, December 27th, 2017 22:05
Adding my thanks as well after a championship season. While I know we all got hit by the injury bug this ear, the articles and boards helped me make some key movies around the edges to get a key win or two. Look forward to the draft coverage and whatever other gems you all come up with.
#8 By: hrr5010, December 30th, 2017 06:01
cheers man. I'm glad you took down a chip! and i'm glad you're enjoying the content. got plenty more coming in the off season!
#9 By: Dennis, December 31st, 2017 00:46
thanks man, thanks for all the help along the way, u are awesome at this stuff
#10 By: William Russell, January 2nd, 2018 07:35
I would like to add my thanks to those above. The difference this season in my PPR keeper league has been night and day compared to last year. I finished the regular season second (11-2 having been 10th at 6-7 last year) and lost in the first round of the playoffs. That was a bummer but it happens. In fact the guy I lost to went on a tear and was the overall champion.
I've really enjoyed all the articles and also the great community here on the forums. This has been invaluable in taking me from near worst to near first. More importantly, it's been damn good fun.
Special thanks to all the folks on here and especially the various pieces which recommended I pick up JuJu and Funchess off of waivers (both $0) in a keeper league! Those two are probs going to be the backbone of my team next year.
#11 By: hrr5010, January 2nd, 2018 14:21
Nah man. You deserve a lot of the credit, because at the end of the day you're still the guy doing the work. Just happy to help where I can.
#12 By: Steven, January 2nd, 2018 17:08
Yeah, definite shout-out to the Viz for all of the apps, content, and advice week-in and week-out.
I don't even look at Rotoworld / industry weekly rankings anymore because they're largely biased and conservative, probably to avoid shaming from the conventional wisdom crowd. I made heavy use of the Viz application content instead, and I would love to see future development of these tools, especially GLSP (i.e. central app page w/ position filter, tabular format w/ all position players ranked by average)
I can happily report that I came in 1st place in BOTH of my season-long leagues this year, and never played a week without consulting the site and boards. So thanks, and here's to 2018!