Link Love

Being an online writer for the past 15 years, I’ve built up a nice group of link friends. As the years go by, I’ll continue to add to this list! Enjoy the link love I’m sending out to some writers and websites.


Fantasy Friends — Great DFS site with solid content, including articles and videos, and a ton of great Daily Fantasy tools, like a Lineup Optimizer. My favorite one, though, is the Stack Generator. — Despite being a relatively new site, they do a nice job with their analysis. Give them a look! — Looking for great personalized Fantasy Football advice? These guys have been doing it since 1999, and I’m proud to say I’ve known them since then! — Daily Fantasy Sports site featuring in depth strategy articles and cheat sheets. Here’s a DraftKings Review by, where they break down the pros and the cons of — This is an interesting game you can play, where you build a team with a salary cap, possibly win prizes and then you can sell the team off to someone else for real money, or continue playing with the same team. — Great Fantasy Basketball website you should check out. One of their popular features is the open threads they do most nights, where Jeff Andriesse talks about the night’s games with you. — You love Fantasy Basketball and you love winning money by playing in Fantasy Basketball leagues!?! What a coincidence — that’s what these guys are here for! Great spot for NBA rumors, too. — Analysis, rankings and projections — and a great trade calculator tool to boot! — Really cool tool that looks at your league’s drafts from the past three years and helps you figure out other owner’s tendencies — as well as your own! — “We are the industry leading source for dynasty and keeper fantasy football information, strategy and conversation.” — I won’t argue with that! As a matter of fact, they let Eric Olinger post a guest blog on our site with his IDP Rankings! — Columnist for and, with a love for baseball and beer. He’s like the brother-in-law you don’t hate.

Fantasy Football Cafe — A free cafe site catering to the Fantasy Football community with news, cheat sheets, sleepers, NFL player rankings, strategy tips and advice, predictions and forums. — An excellent way to mock draft your way to success. They also have the best ADP tool around, in my opinion, landing in my top 13 Free Fantasy Football Tools.

Fantasy Football Hub — A free comprehensive listing of the most relevant Fantasy Football sites and resources available on the Net, organized by easy-to-use categories and frequently updated. — It’s one of those rare websites that is exactly what the URL says it is — all about Fantasy Football Rankings. They collate the rankings of several Fantasy experts, including Matthew Berry, Jamey Eisenberg and Dave Richard. — Very cool site with rankings, player outlooks and some deeper dives. — Really cool site that has reviews on all of the top Fantasy Football sites on the worldwide interwebs. They review sites categorized by rankings, draft kits, cheat sheets, blogs, games, draft tools, mock drafts, team names and pretty much everything else. I was looking for a review of Alan Thicke’s performance in “Chicago,” but they didn’t have it. I bet if Alan Thicke had a Fantasy Football website … — These guys scour the Internet to find what other Fantasy Baseball and Fantasy Football sites are posting, then they list the links for that day’s Fantasy news for you. Great job of collating news and interesting articles you’ll love. — Tony Holm has been running this site since the early ’00s, and it gets better every year. — Fantasy football, fantasy baseball and fantasy basketball, customized player rankings, projections, dollar values, cheatsheets, mock drafts, links and forums. — I love to see sites I used to deal with in my days still around and doing well. These guys have been doing it for a decade. Heck, here’s a link to an old article I posted on their site back in 2001 about backup quarterbacks! — Their Fantasy Strength of Schedule tool is one of my top 13 Free Fantasy Football Tools around. — You can find pretty much any link to any kind of Fantasy site here. This site has been around for over 10 years. — My old RotoExperts buddy Bob Lung writes over here now — cool site, lots of stat breakdowns and consistency reports on a ton of players. —  A librarian at a New York City museum searches for all the great Fantasy Football articles, mock drafts and rankings, so you don’t have to. She’s a first-round pick in all Fantasy leagues that use the Dewey Decimal System! — Do yourself a favor and sign up for their free daily email newsletter. You’ll end up wanting to sign up for their subscription package as well. They are one of the most respected Fantasy Football sites in the industry — for good reason. — Another great Fantasy Football link aggregator. — A Fantasy Football advisory blog, home to 2012’s mostaccurate guru Jody Smith and head writer Mike Rigz. Gridiron takes pride in helping people win their league and offers some top top notch Fantasy Football rankings and projections. — It takes a very special player to dominate in IDP (Individual Defensive Players) Fantasy Drafts. The IDPGuru has everything you need. — Excellent old school Fantasy Football advice site — with great in-season tools for lineup help. — Deep site that has links to all the best Fantasy site, done by my buddy Doug Anderson. From feeds, to tweets, to podcasts, he has everything broken down for your linking pleasure. — One of the best Fantasy Football League services on the web. They have great ADP stats dating back to the late ’90s, too. — This guys loves looking at the numbers behind the stories, with some interesting stat discussions. — Great service that takes the pain out of collecting league fees. People pay in here, with a secure payment process, and then they pay out the winners. They just made being commissioner MUCH easier. — Who doesn’t love articles about fake hockey puck Fantasy leagues? Neil Parker and his boys do it up right over there. They have the fake missing teeth to prove it! — Great Fantasy Football site with tons of up-to-date columns. He also write a column for — Got a trade offer you’re thinking about making? Wondering if your buddy is trying to rip you off? Post the trade on here for free and let the community help you decide! Great tool.


Baseball Friends

Eric Mack — Very few people know as much about baseball as Emack, my co-worker at for five years.

Tristan Cockcroft on — Tristan is one of those few people that might know more about baseball than Emack! Cockcroft showed me the ropes and trained me at

Nando Di Fino at — Just an awesome guy, and a main character in Sam Walker’s book, “FantasyLand:  A Sportswriter’s Obsessive Bid to Win the World’s Most Ruthless Fantasy Baseball.” If you haven’t read this yet, I highly recommend checking out this bestselling and hilarious account of one man’s effort to step in and win Tout Wars, a highly competitive Fantasy Baseball experts league. — Cleveland sports blog with some good C-town analysis on the Browns and Indians.

Football Friends

Michael Fabiano at — Worked with him in the early CBS SportsLine days and I enjoy watching him on NFL Network now.

Dave Richard at — Has mastered the world of Twitter — follow him @daverichard if you aren’t already.

Jamey Eisenberg at — Not only is he a great Fantasy Football writer, but he’s also the second-fastest guy on our softball team! Follow him @JameyEisenberg too!


Good Peoples! — The beautiful and lovely Ms. Amber Wilson does her thing. I enjoyed working with her at and for several years. — Your wife would like this crafting site that a co-worker friend runs. — Get great custom-made wooden keychains for your friends and family! — Very good food blog from some friends in Central Florida. — You’ll find yourself laughing a lot, and then feeling a little ashamed … and then forwarding their blogs over to your friends. — This is a great site for cord-cutters and those that like to watch shows through Streaming TV services, like Netflix, Amazon and Hulu.


Other web connections to me

Follow Me On Twitter! — In 140 characters or less, I make fun of people and things.

LinkedIn Profile — This is where I try to look a little more professional than on my Twitter account.

My Flickr Page — Here are the pictures I’ve taken of different MLB stadiums through the years.

My Facebook Page — I post links to all of the articles I write on all different sites here. — My new Fantasy Football columns on — I hope they don’t ask me to be in the swimsuit issue.


Interested in exchanging links with this site? Feel free to contact me, with a short description of your site and a link, along with a link to the page where you have already linked to my site. Thanks! — DG

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