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This is an online guide for the do's and don'ts of Fantasy Football. We dive into morality and social manipulation while steering you away from the common pitfalls of the virtual gridiron. Mastering trades, lineups, the waiver wire and free agent pickups are only the tip of the iceberg. 

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Fantasy Bro Sports: We're Almost as Sorry as Brandon Bostick

Hey there FBS'ers, I just wanted to apologize if I haven't got back to your email recently. We have been overhauling our algorithm and working on a business plan to bring Fantasy Bro Sports to life. Things aren't ever as easy as one thinks heading into things. The important lesson is, if it seems too good to be true then it probably is. To say we have correct many self-caught oversights recently is a bit of an understatement. We all here believe in releasing a strong, stable and quality application and service. Our beta testers have been truly instrumental in catching bugs and offering advice on improving current features in addition to some create suggestions on future updates. 

We take our fantasy football very seriously, and dedicating hundreds of man hours to bring out the best possible product. 

Just because you haven't heard back from us in awhile doesn't mean we don't love and cherish each and every one of you. If you haven't contributed yet, never hesitate to reach out to us on Twitter @FantasyBroApp or via email at

Thank you again for your unwavering support, even through the difficult and painful times!

Thank you,

Michael Muss

I'm Only Here So I Don't Get Fired

Ladies and Gentlemen of the inter webs the brief winter hiatus is almost over so count on us returning to churning out useful analytic. Off season inspired rage and rants and a few coming of age tales from "the Fantasy Bro Sports: Here's where I cry about how hard building a start-up is".

We will return to our regularly scheduled program shortly. In the interim, tweet us @fantasybroapp with one feature you would love for us to incorporate into the next build of Fantasy Bro Sports. 

Thanks again and much love,



Vince Lombardi Never Worried About SEO

As I'm learning and reflecting upon, SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is everything. Without it even the best products would never be seen or found. 

Here are my experiences so far in my climb to the top of the Google Rankings.

SEO, my visibility via search engines right now is really terrible, and by really terrible I mean that I wouldn't show up on Google or Bing with a direct entry of my web domain Forget any other common keywords that should give me some sort of relevancy such as Fantasy Football, iOS Applications, Fantasy etc.

Content: Still working on different ways to display information about Fantasy Bro Sports. Should I refer to it as FBS (Feel free to leave a comment below)moving forward just because it's probably quicker for me to type and possibly quicker for you to read. However see the above problem about SEO and I'm no expert about SEO yet but repeating my domain name a million times just might do it.

I don't think SquareSpace has helped the situation from an SEO standpoint. At the time I chose them because it was super simple to get started.

I didn't have to purchase a template from some third-party. In my first draft of this I used the term Zero to One Hundred real quick, I'm apprehensive to keep it but I'll keep my Drake-isms to myself.

There were no hoops to jump through, the templates are beautiful and with a one week trial I was able to preview what I wanted and had a good idea of what I was getting.

It happened to come with an extra domain name ( So I own too) which was a nice bonus. Also I was able to support the Joe Rogan Podcast with coupon code: JOE or whatever it was at the time. This podcast has always kept me stimulated and laughing even when I was banging my head up against a wall when my App would crash or give obscure error logs that I couldn't decipher for days. Perhaps one day soon I'll have time to launch my own Fantasy BS podcast.

The downside to have everything prebuilt on SquareSpace is the ability to customize the website itself. It’s possible that I am just a complete noob when it comes to SquareSpace and I have yet figured out how to have my newsletter sign-up come as a splash page. (See the link above or check out to see what I mean).

As commonly experienced in the past, when businesses offer free content such as e-books and coupon codes. There is a splash page that the user at a very minimum has to dismiss.

It's generally a value for value model where you barter your email address for a free eBook or something of that nature.  (The eBook just might be on the way)

So far it doesn't see that SquareSpace will allow such code-injection on the landing page which will make me question what decisions I may make at the end of my pre-paid year.

Got a great recommendation to help us get this Fantasy Football revolution off the ground? 

The Top 100 Fantasy Football Team Names of 2014

Here are the top 100 Fantasy Football Team Names for the 2014 Season. I've left off some over used and less than clever names off this list (I also left on some fan favorites). 

Feel free to add your own in the comments and I'll add them to the ranks.

1.    A Flacco Seagulls

2.    Show Me Your TDs

3.    A Dingo ate my Brady

4.    America’s Fantasy Team

5.    Backfields and McCoys

6.    Cam I Am

7.    Cry me a Rivers

8.    DeMarco Polo

9.    Everyday I’m Russellin’

10. Final Dez-tination

11. Forgetting Brandon Marshall

12. Insane Clowney Posse

13. Johnny Backup

14. Johnny Foosball

15. MonT-Rex

16. Nobody puts Brady in the Corner

17. Manziel in Distress

18. Motown Megatrons

19. Mr. Rodger's Neighborhood

20. No Game This Week

21. No Punt Intended

22. Omaha Manning

23. Peyton the Town Red

24. Peyton’s Place

25. Red Hot Julius Peppers

26. Revis and Butthead

27. Sam I Am

28. Sandusky & Boy

29. Shooting the Brees

30. Teach me how to Dougie

31. The Abusement Park

32. The Brady Bunch

33. The Calvinists

34. The Romosexuals

35. The Real McCoy

36. The Untouchables

37. Titletown TDs

38. Victorious Secret

39. What would Jones Drew

40. When in Romo

41. Lets Talk About Rex Baby

42. Matty Ice Ice Bay

43. Jamaal Charlie Horse

44. Wham, Bam, Michael Sam

45. Philly Buttfumbles

46. It’s All Luck

47. Go Home Rodgers

48. Wacka Flacco Flame

49. Geno Smith & Wesson

50. Drake’s Bandwagon

51. Multiple Scorgasms

52. Folk Dance

53. Cash Dance

54. Y U NO WIN?

55. U Mad Bro?

56. Taste My Rainbow

57. Party Like a Gronk Star

58. J.J. S.W.A.T.T. Team

59. You Down With JPP?

60. Welker, Texas Ranger

61. No Romo

62. CJ0k

63. Suh Girls, One Cup

64. Henne Given Sunday

65. Boy Named Suh

66. Ripley's Talib it or Not

67. Somewhere Over Dwayne Bowe

68. It's Always Runny in Philadelphia

69. Makin' It Wayne

70. The White Welkers

71. Luckness Monster

72. Teenage Mutant Ninja Bortles

73. The Sun Will Come Out Amaro

74. Ladies and Edelman

75. Not Making The Cutler

76. Chicken Cutler

77. The Brady Bunch

78. EJ Read The F–king Manuel!

79. Charles In Charge

80. All Reggie No Bush

81. Calvin’s Johnson

82. Graham Crackers

83. L. Scott Fitzgerald

84. InstaGraham

85. Sorry For Your Loss

86. Russell and Flow

87. Password is Taco

88. The Shiva is Mine

89. Vinegar Strokes

90. Vandelay Industries

91. Cold Blooded Spiller

92. 98 DeBrees

93. I’m Jamaal In

94. There’s an AP for that

95. Can’t Hardly Watt

96. Foster Children

97. Running Some Aarons

98. Hopeless Romontic

99. Baby Break Ribs

100. I came In Like A Montee Ball

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The top contributors will also receive a free promo code to download the Fantasy Bro Sports App once it hits the App Store. 

Fantasy Bro Sports - "It's perfect, I promise"

What is Peek Testing?

Feel free to check them out here:

Peek Testing is a service that someone give you feedback on your website, they are supposed to be like real regular users that could land on your site. They are not necessarily UX design critics which can be helpful to finding design issues that the "average user" could get tripped up on.

Initially I was not sure how to feel about the user’s reaction to Fantasy Bro Sports.

He liked that it was clean and all and it was obvious that it was about a Fantasy Football App and that's when things went down hill.

He didn't check out all of the above links additional content and when he did he read two sentences and stopped. 

Initially I was angry with the user, but could it have been my user interface? 

So after checking out many other blogs and sales websites and comparing it to my own I could tell there was plenty of work to be done.

What is this website for?

How was the user supposed to know that this is for a fantasy football app? Besides a lonesome picture of a iPhone mock up with a football field on the screen, the purpose is not obvious.

Secondly there was no call to action.

There was no "subscribe to our blog", "Available in the App Store now". With no call to action and the mailing list buried in it's own page, no information about how the app works, and where and when would it be available. 

My about the app section was bare, and my about me section was and still sort of is a wall of text. Nothing stands out, almost as interesting as page 719 of Webster's Dictionary. 

I left myself with a much larger to do list than I expected considering that I ran the Peek Testing as a way to gauge how great my website layout was and the validation of a great job.

Maybe the key is to never feel like you are finished.

Thanks for reading!



Fantasy Bro Sports Blog - "It Can't be Done"

All we hear now a days as an IOS developer is, the App Store is full! 80 percent of iOS developers live below the poverty line.

Everything that could ever be made has already been.

The market has matured, there cannot be something fresh.

The ecosystem is too competitive to earn a livable income.

So what am I doing here? First and for most I’m here to prove that it can still be done.

This isn’t a personal vendetta (Okay perhaps it might be for a bevy of different reasons), it’s just the human response to “It can’t be done”, “You can’t do it”, “Don’t waste your time”.

Doubt kills more dreams than failure ever will. Doubt is toxic and goes hand in hand with insecurity.

I’m not in the business of fostering either emotion. “It can’t be done” are the four most motivational words I can ever hear.

But anyways enough self-pep talk about the player haters (not the disgruntled Fantasy Football patrons who are going against a Running Back who just crossed 200 yards rushing or a wide receiver with his third touchdown reception).

I’m not sure what the parameters of this blog will be moving forward, it’s going to be part documentary style, noting my struggles with development of the iOS App, managing data streams, establishing a Fantasy Football related Podcast (Official name, date and frequency to be determined at a later date).

Enjoy Episode 2 of Tough Season: New Faces Ep.2. I love the draft advice in this one.

"Research is for non-champions!"

Fantasy Bro Sports Blog - The Inception

Welcome to the first blog spot from Fantasy Bro Sports. 

Who are we?

We are currently building an iOS Application (Soon to venture on other platforms on day). 

My elevator pitch on this goes something like this:

Fantasy Bro Sports is all the Fantasy Football advice you will need available right at your finger tips. People bemoan the risk / reward of determining who they should start on their fantasy football roster. 

I know myself and in my social circle this consumes the majority of conversations and subsequent self induced stress. Why can't there be something that takes a mathematical analysis of historical stats, game plans, depth chart and every other factor that could affect a players results on the field for that given week.

It can become another job to keep up with the endless hours of Twitter updates, expert fantasy football blogs, official depth chart listings, rumor mill rumblings and professional analysts that sway your emotions to and from certain players.

Fantasy Bro Sports is the solution.

This blog is going to be my personal outlet for all the dramatic twist and turns on this journey from going from an idea to a product and business. 

Unfortunately if you were looking for another blog on expert advice which is main just regurgitated  information from media outlets I'd look elsewhere.

However if you are thinking about your own projects that could be the next big thing hopefully you stick around and become apart of the Fantasy Bro Sports community. 

Thank you and good luck on your Fantasy adventures this season.

Enjoy the first episode of Tough Season: Chasing A Repeat Ep. 1