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Football Beyond the Stats

Stepping outside the realm of fantasy stats ever so slightly, I thought I'd mention a few football things that I have recently discovered. First off is the book Next Man Up - my brother-in-law gave it to me a few weeks ago due to my ever-increasing passion for all things football (thanks Brian!). The book is John Feinstein's inside look at a year spent with the Baltimore Ravens - an attempt to capture all the ups and downs of pro football. As a librarian I can't help but encourage people to read books, and obviously this could be an excellent choice for those of us who truly can't get enough football in our lives. Go. Read.

Next...I don't know quite which one of these shirts I find the most appealing, nor if I would actually be able to wear one in public. But I still find them really entertaining. Winning in the irreverently hilarious category would be Jesus Drafted My Fantasy Football Team. Though I think my favorite one is the Unstoppable Fantasy Football Team shirt - mostly for the back. And what are the chances that I can get one of my cats (wait, here's the other cat) in this? If we had a dog (one of these days...) you can guarantee that I would select one of the dog t-shirt options for him/her. There are over 200 designs to choose from for dog t-shirts (this is my favorite, I think). This site is um, one-of-a-kind.

Enough links to the fantasy football t-shirt site. More articles and stats for you soon!

Comments

Emily said…
thank goodness there was no mention of bibs/shirts for babies in that post. i don't care about you, but i know i'm not ready for that.

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