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The NFL Minute

I'm not sure I've ever devoted an entire post to one website but I have to say I can't believe it has taken me this long to really peruse The NFL Minute and all of its fantasy golden nuggets, thus this post pimping The NFL Minute. I'm in a football bloggers fantasy league this year with Tom from The NFL Minute but didn't have a chance to check out his site until recently. I am a big fan - it's full of solid commentary and thought-provoking posts. Not really rankings, cheatsheets, or projections but just some really helpful posts that get you thinking about your season. Just what sort of awesomeness does The NFL Minute provide us with, you ask?
And many thanks to those of you who have voted in the poll so far - I'll continue to find rankings and cheatsheets and get some new links up this week.

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Thanks for "pimping" my site! I appreciate the love and I look forward to checking out your site more often in the future.

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