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Classic links for a fantasy playoffs win

I'm feeling very cultured right now - by a coworker's request I created a Pandora station of classical tunes as background music for a library party in my office suite later today. Knowing an embarrassingly small amount about classical music, I basically just threw on Bach, Beethoven and Mozart and called it a day. Now I'm testing out the station and my sophistication and productivity levels are through the roof;I'm cranking out e-mails and powerpoints like it's my job (oh wait...).

So while I'm at such a high level of efficiency, let's get to today's links:
  • If you don't do this already, I implore you to stay hip to NFL news either via KFFL's Hot Off the Wire segment or Rotoworld's NFL Headlines. Knowing about new coaches, GMs and surgeries will make a big difference, I promise.
  • More KFFL link love - check out their QB, RB, WR, TE, and Kicker non-PPR rankings for the Championship Round, or week 20 as they call it.
  • RotoExperts have a Championship Playoff Round - QB Rankings article if you're struggling with which QBs to start this weekend.
  • If it's RB advice you're looking for this weekend (and what a weird group of RBs if you ask me...) take a look at the Bruno Boys' FF Playoff Rankings - Running Backs (Championship Round). I have to admit that I'm kind of digging Mewelde Moore here - I like Moore in general but I also like his flexibility to receive as well as run. Who knows, maybe the Bruno Boys are right but I might just take a chance on Mewelde...
  • For some 2009 rankings, take a look at what the FFManiaxs have up for their QBs and WRs, which will be updated on a monthly basis as we get closer to the 2009 season.
  • If you're itching for more 2009 advice and want to focus on rookies that might step up big this year, give FFXtreme's 2009 NFL Draft Prospects & Profiles a look.
  • More 2009 prognostications from SI's The Thinking Chair - includes a ranking of the top 15 QBs and WRs and the top 20 RBs for next season.
Finally, an update on the FFLibrarian's Challenge for the NFL postseason - here are the top 10 teams overall for the past two weeks of playoffs:
  1. Los Angeles Pro State
  2. Ryan's Falcons
  3. Topeka Librarians
  4. chirs johnson
  5. bengalsrule
  6. Al Davis Wannabe
  7. Hittites2
  8. Pine Lake Posse
  9. Year of the Vikes
Remember, the #1 team gets a $25 gift card courtesy of the Bruno Boys and the top 3 will acquire some FFLibrarian gear of some sort. Highly desirable, I know.


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