> Sites listed in alphabetical order...
Bryan Hughes Bio:
Bryan Hughes is
one of the Ask the Commish found-ing fathers. He is the
resident XFL guru. Funny enough, we haven't had an XFL
update to make to our site or even an email question in
quite some time! Thankfully, he's been kept busy
answering emails, organizing our Draft Kit, working on
the re-design of our web site, writing our News-letters,
and finding Team Correspondents for all 32 teams -- it's
tough to find Cardinals or Bengals writer's. Bryan also
is one of the primary web developers of the web site.
Louie Genard Bio:
Louie Genard co-founded Dr.Football eleven years
ago and has over fifteen years of experience in fantasy
football. Over the years, Louie has appeared on several
sports radio shows and Co-Hosts a weekly Fantasy
Football show on WTIX690am. He loves to "chew the fat"
with anyone who will listen and has a special knack for
the keeper league side of the ball. His area of
expertise is in the area of keeper players, player
values, auction formats and trade analysis.
Robert Cobb is the lead programmer for
FantasyFootball.com. He developed the "Draft Predictor"
software which has recently exploded onto the fantasy
Tony Holm Bio:
Fantasy Sharks is owned
and operated by fantasy football stalwart, Tony "The
Prognosticator" Holm. The site has exploded in
popularity due to the quality of its content and fantasy
management tools that are unrivaled in the industry.
There are two types of fantasy owners - sharks and chum.
Which one are you?
Dan LaBert Bio:
Dan is the
Executive Director and Co-Host of Fantasy Tailgate. He
has nine years of fantasy football experience as an
owner and league commissioner. Dan also serves as the
fantasy football reporter for Redskins Magazine
Television and the Executive Director for the Center for
Print & Broadcast Media. He has made appearances on CNN,
MTV, FOX and MSNBC.
Mike MacGregor Bio:
Mike MacGregor teamed with FFToday.com back in 2001 to
bring his Cheatsheet Compiler and Draft Buddy software
to the masses. The Compiler creates custom player
rankings while Draft Buddy is your very own personal
assistant right when you need it, in crunch time, during
your fantasy draft. Response to the Compiler/Buddy
package since its initial release has been phenomenal,
and it is still going strong today! Mike also
specializes in individual defensive player analysis,
pens a popular weekly in-season fantasy football column
called FF In The Groin, and needless to say is pretty
much all consumed by football.
Fantasy Football Toolbox
Jeff has been involved
in fantasy football since 1997. He is the founder of Fantasy Football Toolbox and serves as the developer and
senior editor for the site. FFToolbox.com has grown from a hobby to a website drawing over a
1.5 million visitors annually and a staff of nine including seven writers.
Fantasy Football Xtreme
Smith Bio: Kyle (aka Smitty) is the owner of
FantasyFootballXtreme.com, which is based out of
Arizona. He's been playing fantasy football for twelve
years and decided one day that there wasn't a site out
there that provided TOO MUCH information. He is the kind
of fanatic that wants as much info in April as in
Jeff Pasquino Bio:
has a BS in Applied Physics from Caltech and a MS in
Electrical Engineering from the University of Delaware.
He has been playing fantasy football for 12 years. Jeff
is currently a staff writer at FootballGuys.com.
John Georgopoulos Bio:
T. Georgopoulos (aka "The Head Honcho") is the publisher
of Sports Grumblings. John is also one of the featured "web gurus" in the
book "net.people: The People and Passions behind
the Web Sites". John's been involved in Fantasy sports
since 1985, when he became commissioner of a 12-team
fantasy football keeper league that is still in
existence today. He has participated in several experts leagues over
the years, including leagues run by KFFL, Showcase
Fantasy Football League, Gametime Sports' Loser
Challenge and Fantasy Shootout. John has written
articles for several fantasy magazines and is the Senior
Editor of Fantasy League Football Yearbook.
Rick Arnold Bio:
Rick is the owner of Pigskin Addiction, a fantasy
football site with attitude.
be the start of our 9th season on the net, and we've
finished as the TOP FREE SITE in the Dick Butkus
Internet Sports Awards several of those years! We have
strived to put out the best fantasy football information
possible every season. The site includes cheat sheets,
lineup advice, game-by-game projections, injury news and
information, and last but not least, a serious dose of
sarcasm – everything you need to win your league and
make fun of your opponents in the process.
Brian Kreklau Bio:
Smart Guy Sports is Brian Kreklau and Brian Kreklau is
Smart Guy Sports. Known around the fantasy circles as
"the Truth Commissioner", Brian Kreklau originally
founded Wild Card Sports in 1998. I started Wild Card
Sports, because I was sick and tired of playing in
fantasy sports leagues that fell apart quickly. I
realized that the only way to convince people that I
wasn't a fly by night commissioner was to post myself on
the Internet. By gaining a name on the Internet, I
could convince fantasy players that I was for real. If
you wanted to join a league that would be fun,
competitive, and fair you joined a Wild Card Sports
league. In 2005 this concept was expanded to Smart Guy