• Senior Fantasy analyst for ESPN
• Member, FSWA and FSTA Halls of Fame
• Best-selling author of "Fantasy Life"
Shawn Peters offers some thoughts for fantasy owners who are in keeper leagues and may need to look to 2010.
Shawn Peters discusses trade strategy for the owners of Tom Brady in fantasy football leagues.
As Shawn Peters notes, the key to a good trade begins on draft day. He offers tips on how owners should approach their drafts.
Shawn Peters targets 0-2 teams and the players he thinks are being blamed for their woes.
Shawn Peters recaps the best user-submitted fantasy trades of the 2008 season.
Shawn Peters suggests four trades owners should make as the trade deadline apporaches.
Shawn Peters says with the trade deadline approaching, it might help to make a strong offer for a top player coming off a bad performance in Week 10.
Shawn Peters discusses replacing Matt Schaub and other injured players with fantasy band-aids such as Chad Pennington.
Shawn Peters helps fantasy owners spot the important trends among football players when identifying which to trade for and which to trade away.
Shawn Peters says it's time to prepare for the playoffs now by dealing for players with favorable December schedules.
Shawn Peters suggests targeting players who could produce big numbers while your other top option faces an unfavorable matchup.
Shawn Peters says it's a good idea to target players who put up solid numbers on a consistent basis.
Shawn Peters says you should try to make deals for players whose overall stats are skewed by one or two huge performances.
Shawn Peters explains why bye weeks are the perfect time to take advantage of owners who overreact to them.
Shawn Peters says when dealing at this point in the season, you need to be targeting teams, not players.
As Shawn Peters notes, there are trades to be schemed even in Week 1. He tells owners how to use the Average Draft Picks page to their advantage.