Fantasy Sports Writers Association
After starting the Fantasy Football Informer blog for nearly two years ago I have been approved and joined membership into the Fantasy Sports Writers Association.
The FSWA was “Founded to be a voice for writers in the arena of fantasy sports. Moreover, the organization, through its executive staff and board of directors, will strive to promote and acknowledge the hard work and dedication shown by fantasy sports writers throughout the industry.” I am very proud to be accepted by this credited group of writers.
Why I started the Fantasy Football Informer Blog?
Years ago I spent lots of money purchasing magazines, web subscriptions, and much more to win at fantasy football. While spending all that wasted money I began to realize that I would have to become my own best source for fantasy football information.
The more work I did the more I won including 5 championships and missing the playoffs once in the last 14 years. The year my oldest son was born near draft day of course was the bad year but to say the least I was busy with much more significant things.
The Fantasy Football Informer is a site dedicated to helping you become your own best source for your fantasy football team. Not some pay site that rehashes info that is already free or some poorly edited Fantasy Football Magazine that is out of date come draft day.
The Fantasy Football Informer wants you to not just make the playoffs but win everything in your fantasy football league.
I will provide you with the links to the best analyst, videos, podcast, and much, much, more.
Here are some more blog post and podcast.
Who is The Fantasy Football Informer?
About the Informer: Cris Benson has worked in the field of recreation and sports instruction for eighteen years with the Chicago Park District. Coaching children in all ages from three to seventeen years old in basketball, floor hockey, baseball, flagfootball, softball as well as officiating these sports.
Cris has also facilitated adult sports leagues form softball, volleyball, to basketball as well as many other adult, teen and youth recreational leagues.
Writing: He first started writing when he attended Wright College with a small article for the school paper on intramural basketball. He would continue to write with a small blog on Fantasy Football in CBS Sports. His credits also include working for Digital Sports Daily with regular reports of NFL news. His resume also includes television and radio ads for Scotts Turf Builder.
Personal: Cris is married to the love of his life Tori and has two strong and healthy boys CJ and Ben who keep him very busy. The only thing he asks is that you visit http://www.autismspeaks.org and get involved with autism awareness.