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2017 Player Profile Almanac

What's a Player Profile Almanac?

Chris Harris wrote fantasy football player profiles for ESPN for the better part of a decade, and now he's doing it here. The Almanac is a great big PDF with ranks and profiles and film grades and stats and snark about the 300-plus skill-position players you need to know for 2017. It's fun and it'll give you a baseline of knowledge and opinion entering your fantasy drafts.

How much is it?

$15 for 193 pages.

When will I get mine?

Immediately! Since it's a PDF, you'll be sent a digital version as soon as you order. The Almanac was initially issued August 1st, and was updated on August 14th, with all changes highlighted. In addition (for no additional cash), you'll get another updated edition, on August 25th. Don't draft with out-of-date guides!

Did people like it last year?

No joke, we sold thousands. Here are some testimonials:

You cannot find this kind of in-depth film analysis with snarky twists anywhere else.
— Zachary W.
The Almanac is the only draft guide that stays up-to-date throughout draft season…love those updates!
— Robert J.
Harris has the charm and wit of a satirist who happens to know football inside and out.
— Jeff P.
It’s easier to dump every stat under the sun into a draft kit than to spend countless hours distilling the necessary information into something actually useful. Chris does the most amazing job watching hundreds of hours of film, looking at the stats and eloquently articulating what you need to know about each player. The almanac is an absolute must-buy!
— Ben V.
The Almanac is a breath of fresh air amongst other draft tools that use cherry-picked stats to support preexisting opinions. The hype machine can cause player rankings to get out of control in some places, but you always know that with Chris’s evaluations, film don’t lie.
— Jeremy D.
The Almanac was hands down the best fantasy resource I had last year. Ranks are a dime a dozen...the depth and breadth of the Almanac provided insight that could only come from hours and hours of analyzing game tape. I knew not only what Harris thought of the players’ talents and situations, but why. This year I’m planning on scrapping everything else and relying solely on the Almanac.
— Dan B

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