Instead of Coach Taylor, you'll root for Coach Stanton, a class act who's fighting to win his high-stakes league for the second year in a row. The problem is he's made some poor drafting decisions, everyone around him is letting him know it, and if he loses, he and his family have to get the hell out of dodge. (If he wins, he gets the same $8 trophy as last year.) Lots on the line.
If there's any fantasy sleeper this year, it's Draftsville. The webseries is a fun and easy watch, with the clips clocking in at 6 minutes or less. Saturday Night Live veteran Darrell Hammond plays a Buddy Garrity-esque booster named Denny. And Ryan Farrell, the actor behind Stanton, boasts a pitch-perfect Coach T, complete with the pensive glances, motivational speeches, and shades you know and love. The only downsides here are 1) it's only three episodes total, the last of which goes online this Thursday, and 2) it's so accurate it'll remind you how much you miss the Panthers.