Drew Loftis

Sunday Sports Editor

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Preston's Summary

Drew Loftis is the Sunday Sports Editor for the New York Post and a columnist for Fantasy Insanity. With a focus on fantasy football, Drew provides expert insights, analysis, and advice to help readers make informed decisions in their fantasy leagues. Known for his humor and occasional terrible jokes, Drew brings a unique perspective to the world of sports journalism.

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Geo Focus

United States (National)

Coverage Attributes:

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Review: 19 %
Cites Data: 19 %
Industry Specific: 14 %
Expert Commentary: 14 %
How To Guide: 14 %

Themes Covered:

Most Recent Topics:

  • Fantasy Football
  • NFL
  • Quarterbacks
  • Running Backs
  • Waiver Wire

Pitching Insights

Drew Loftis specializes in fantasy football, particularly focusing on player performance and recommendations. He frequently cites data and provides reviews of player performances, indicating that he would be interested in insights backed by statistics or analytical evaluations.

Given his focus on national coverage with a specific emphasis on New York City, Drew may be receptive to pitches from experts who have insider knowledge of the NFL teams based in this region or those familiar with the local fantasy football scene.

Since Drew covers specific players and their performances extensively, he might respond well to sources who can provide detailed analysis of individual player stats or trend predictions that align with his coverage.

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