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Explosion of waiver wire links

Well our fridge is loaded up with Thanksgiving goodies. There are only going to be 3 or 4 of us at our Thanksgiving dinner but we went a little overboard - you'd think we were feeding an army. I'm also not convinced that our dinner guests enjoy football as much as we do...sounds like our guests are about to get a crash course in how to love the NFL, eh?

Okay, so onto today's links!

And just a few reminders to wrap things up - first, I'd love your votes in the 1st Annual FFLibrarian Readers' Choice poll. If you haven't voted yet, it will take about 3-4 minutes of your time and I'd really appreciate your feedback. Also, if you're feeling like purchasing a little FFLibrarian gear, have at it - all proceeds from purchases made during the holiday season will go to the American Cancer Society. If you are desperate for an item emblazoned with the FFL name but don't see it on there (say a hat, gear for your favorite canine or baby, or even a skateboard of all things), just let me know and I'll whip up some custom creations for you.

Also, I'm hoping that by the end of the day I'll have more info on whether or not a FFLibrarian reader will be the big winner of the weekly BWW $50 gift card. I do have a new post up on the BWW site from yesterday, so comment away for your chance to win a Buffalo Wild Wings $50 gift card (see this old post for details). 

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Anonymous said…
Check out FantasyXPERT.com's assesment of YTD Top Waiver Wire sources and when these sources tend to post their recommendations:

http://www.fantasyxpert.com/blog/waiver-wire-greed-3-little-known-skills-to-mastering-the-waiver-wire

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