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Week 1 games are almost here!

It's a wide world of fantasy football advice out there, my friends. Each year there seem to be more and more sites offering up their nuggets of wisdom and I'm here to help whittle it all down for you. Since the season starts tomorrow (YES!), let's take a look at some start/sit sites and projections for Week One of the 2008 season.

Start/Sit
Projections
If you have any start/sit or projections sites you particularly like, let me know. I'm always looking for more quality material.

And if you are still looking for an extra league, don't forget about the FFLibrarian's Challenge within NBCSports.com's $100K Fantasy Challenge. There are 44 of us in the FFLibrarian's league right now (thank you for the interest!) and there's always room for me (group number is 1907 and password is librarian). In fact, I think that your two lowest scoring weeks are tossed out so you can still join us a few weeks in.

Comments

bigboid said…
Man, way back in 1998 or 1999, I used a guy called the FB Prognosticator to help set my weekly lineup. He was excellent at providing great recommendations, but had to shut down his site when his wife wanted him to spend more time with the family. I haven't found anyone else who really helps pick a solid lineup, other than starting the obvious studs every week.
Anonymous said…
I was checking out the folks at AccuScore tonight while mulling over my pick'ems:

http://accuscore.com/nfl/nfl-home/nfl-home-page/
Jim Nguyen said…
The Librarian is back in action! Let's get it going - can't wait for Sunday. Keep up the good work as always, FFL!

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