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FFLibrarian's Challenge Leaderboard

Drum roll please...here are the top 10 contenders in the FFLibrarian's Challenge thus far:
  1. Ryan's Falcons
  2. Dux
  3. milehighbronc
  4. Rogues
  5. FFGeekBlog.com
  6. Amish Rake Fight
  7. Monster Blitz
  8. Topeka Librarians
  9. chapelgators
  10. Renegades
Congrats, job well done and keep up the good work! I am hoping to sneak my way in there but I have a long way to go...

My husband has returned from his interview-fest and I've been entertaining ideas of moving to some of my favorites from his list of interviews. The list is long and widespread - California, Oregon, Ohio, Wisconsin, Utah, New York, DC and Colorado are all options at this point - and if I'm moving to a city near you this summer, you can sure bet that I'll be looking for tips on good sports bars and such. So stay tuned on that front since I might need you to be my new best friend in six months.

Now let's get to the links:
  • Gregg Rosenthal is putting together his annual Top 50 Keepers list and before we get a taste of his top choices, take a look at his Also Receiving Votes crew of players that didn't quite make the list, but were close. Note that the snuggie gets some press here, too. Seriously it's taking over the world.
  • Oh KFFL, thank you for keeping up the rankings and regular posts - you guys rock. Check out their rankings for QB, RB, WR, TE, K and D/ST. There are also PPR rankings available here.
  • Lester's Legends also continue to bring us quality playoffs rankings, updated for the Divisional Round in Revised NFL Playoff Fantasy Football Rankings.
  • Finally for those of you who are mulling over how the NFL 2009 Draft will go and which players your team might snag, take a look at this Mock Draft Database from Hailredskins.com (thanks for the link, Tones!).
It's a light content day out there, friends. I'll be back tomorrow with more though and remember to start getting your lineup ready for the Divisional Round this weekend.

Comments

Matt said…
Bruno Boys rolled out QB rankings:
http://www.screamingsports.com/brunoboys/archive/2009/01/05/fantasy-football-playoff-rankings-quarterbacks-divisional-round.aspx

My lineup is set for the weekend, but I'm generally encouraged by the rankings I've seen (for whatever they're worth), and I'm satisfied with all but one of my positions, and the position I'm iffy on is kinda hit or miss anyway.
Snuggies are all the rage. Look like Jedi Knights in them.

Oh, the missed the cut keepers were solid too.
Anonymous said…
Check this Mock Database out.

http://dcprosportsreport.com/MockDraft.htm

This one seems to be bigger than hailredskins and is way more updated. These guys seem to updated a few times per day!

Damn good site!
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