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Postseason FF Librarian's Challenge

For those of you who are looking for any opportunity to stretch out the fantasy season as long as possible, take a look at's Playoff Challenge. As the rules note, points are based on the stats that your players accumulate during the playoffs and you are given 300 "units" to buy your 8 players (some of whom can be changed as the playoffs roll on). It's free, you could possibly win a trip to the 2009 Super Bowl, and for those of you who want to make it a little more interesting, you can play in the FFLibrarian's Challenge group. I've set up a private group by that name and anyone who is interested is more than welcome to join in by clicking on this link. There is a chance that link might not work, in which case you can just e-mail me and I'll send the group invitation your way.

There are all sorts of other postseason competitions going on - the FF Goat is on a search for more of them, so check back with him for other ideas. Or read Rotoworld's Post-Season Fantasy Rankings for guidance on who to pick up for postseason challenges.

Happy New Year's Eve and enjoy today's bowl games!
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The best is the commercial for it using the "You had a Bad Day" song. It made me laugh because that was me this year yelling at the tv as I watched Brady tank against the Jets and Tomlinson sit the second half against Detroit. I got knocked out the playoff finals over only 8 pts.
LJ said…
Hey Nice Lady! I wanted to invite you and any of your readers to play as well. I have one going where you choose a lineup each week. Once you use a player you can't use them again. Whoever has the most points by the end of the Super Bowl wins.

Drop me a line by my new blog if your interested. You could also link a post there if you like. I feel kinda dirty leaving a link in a comment.

Otherwise, I look forward to seeing what you come up with in the offseason!

TINO (Lee)
LJ said…
Have one set up for the blog now if you want in. I'm going to invite those that were in our league among others.
LJ said…
Ok, I got in yours at I have not done anything there in so long I had to register again.
Unknown said… game is ok, but to play real Fantasy, or as close as you can get in the playoff with out having a draft check out the guys at . It was a new site last year, looks like they gave it a new design (must better) this year. We played it last year it is pretty cool. You get to set a line up each week or the playoffs.

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