Have you ever wished you could get some fantasy football advice on a lineup decision? Have another set of eyes help you determine whether a trade is worthwhile or not? Wonder if you’re reaching to draft that rookie in the fourth round? Well, you’ve come to the right place!
Micah James, the Fantasy Football MagicMan (AKA – FFMagicMan, for short) joined his first fantasy football league in 2000.
By virtue of drafting Marshall Faulk and some guy named Tony Gonzalez, he won his championship that first year and ever since, has continued to expand his involvement in the hobby.
As a fantasy football analyst, Micah’s mission is to help fantasy football owners around the globe win their league title each and every season. (Unless they happen to be in one of his leagues, in which case his mission is to help them finish in second place.)
Winner of the 2012 FSTA Accuracy Rankings Challenge, Micah finished 1st out of 61 expert entries. The performance was unprecedented as he finished inside of the Top 9 for all four positions (QB – #3, RB – #1, WR – #9, TE – #2).
Micah produces and hosts one of the most successful new fantasy football podcasts available today – The Magic Formula. Bringing listeners knowledge and advice from some of the best and brightest minds in the industry, the podcast can be found online at the FFMagicMan website or on iTunes.
In 2013, Micah joined one of the oldest, and most respected, fantasy football sites on the ‘net – Fantasy Insights. Since 1993, Fantasy Insights has been helping owners win fantasy football championships with its premium reports and content. Our 2013 slate, in honor of the site’s 20th Anniversary, will prove to be the best season yet.
You can find the FFMagicMan on Twitter (@FFMagicMan) or on his Facebook page. He also appears on several different podcasts during the week – Thursday afternoon’s “Fantasy Insights” show with Dish Adams, Friday evening’s “Fantasy Football Power Hour” with Jim Day, and Sunday afternoon’s “Final Decisions” available on BlogTalkRadio.
Whether you need to talk about a waiver wire pickup, or who you should start in a given week, Micah is happy to provide his perspective and rationale for a particular player and/or decision. And of course, if you just want to talk about fantasy football in general, that’s OK too – just reach out!