2017 NFL Coverage Closes Out on Fantasy Alarm
As we head into the NFL Conference Championships and have just three games left, officially, Fantasy Alarm closes out its coverage for the 2017 fantasy football and DFS season.
Wow. Just wow.
I'm not sure there's anything else to say as we sit here on Monday morning and look back on the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs. The majority of the world expected Tom Brady and the Patriots to roll over the Titans, but to have Blake Bortles, Nick Foles and Case Keenum as the three other quarterbacks headed to the Conference Championships just goes to show you how much of a mind-scramble this season was. From the loss of David Johnson in Week 1 to the rise and fall of Carson Wentz to Stefon Diggs' magical catch-and-run to vault the Minnesota Vikings into the NFC Championship, this season has truly been one for the ages.
We would like to take a moment to thank each and every one of you for helping to make the 2017 NFL season at Fantasy Alarm a memorable one. Based on your emails and tweets, FA Nation had an incredibly successful year both on the seasonal and daily side of the fantasy game. Many of you head into the offseason with championships in-hand, prizes won and, of course, bragging rights locked down. Your leaguemates have nothing on you right now and you'll be walking into your 2018 drafts with your heads held high. We look forward to helping you repeat.
On the DFS side, there was a whole lot to love. While our lineups routinely cashed, it was amazing to see just how many of you became stronger DFS players throughout the season. We've always preached that Fantasy Alarm is about teaching the process of being a better DFS player. We've never purported ourselves as lineup-sellers and continuously urged you take what we bring to you here and help make it your own. In the end, we saw moments like Bob Boris winning $500,000 on FanDuel and crediting the Fantasy Alarm DFS Playbook for his success. We saw real people winning real money, like Cheyanne Baily who worked diligently to be a better DFS player throughout the season and celebrated in early December as she and her husband won $1,400 just in time for the holidays. For us, this is what it's all about. When you win, we win.
With just the Conference Championships and Super Bowl remaining, we are officially closing out our NFL coverage for the 2017 season here at Fantasy Alarm. For a two-game slate this week, there is just no further need for our DFS coaches, the Watch List, or any of the other award-winning content this season. Please feel free to hit any of us up with questions you may have. We're obviously still here for you. But following the Super Bowl, we will shift into offseason mode. We will cover the NFL Draft and have a number of features to keep you posted on free agent movement, coaching changes, etc., and have you more than ready for the 2018 season which, let's face it, will be here before you know it.
Thank you so much for spending your football season with us here at Fantasy Alarm and we look forward to continuing this relationship with you as the NBA and NHL seasons move forward and we fly right into 2018 MLB.
All the best,
VP of Operations & Head of Content