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Results are in: Readers' favorites revealed!

Welcome to the 1st Annual FFLibarian Readers' Choice poll - it's results time, baby! During the month of November, 729 of you voted for your favorite fantasy football websites in a variety of categories - and now it's time for the results. Participants could vote for as many sites as they wanted and could also write in a site that wasn't included in the poll. I've decided to list the top 5 sites for most questions, with the top 10 listed for the all important favorite overall website question. So drum roll please...

1. Which website featured on FFLibrarian is your overall favorite fantasy football resource? 
#2: Bruno Boys
#3: FFToolbox
#4: FFToday
#5: ESPN/Talented Mr. Roto
#6: Rotoworld
#7: Mac Bros
#8: FantasyPros911
#10: KFFL

2. Which website featured on FFLibrarian has the best preseason rankings and/or draft kit? 
#2: ESPN
#3: Bruno Boys
#4: FFToolbox
#5: Rotoworld

3. Which website featured on FFLibrarian has the best waiver wire advice? 
#1: Rotoworld
#3: Bruno Boys
#4: Hatty Waiver Wire Guru
#5: ESPN/Talented Mr. Roto

4. Which website featured on FFLibrarian has the best start/sit advice? 
#2: Bruno Boys
#3: FFToolbox
#4: ESPN/Talented Mr. Roto

5. Which website featured on FFLibrarian has the best weekly rankings? 
#1: Rotoworld
#2: Bruno Boys
#3: ESPN/Talented Mr. Roto
#5: Yahoo!/Roto Arcade

6. Which website featured on FFLibrarian has the best IDP advice? 
#1: FFToday (IDP Notes)
#2: FantasyPros911
#3: IDP Monk
#4: Numbers & Guts
#5: (The Hive)

7. Which website featured on FFLibrarian has the best fantasy football podcast? 
#1: ESPN's Fantasy Focus
#3: Fantasy Gridiron Live
#4: FootballGuys
#5: RotoExperts

8. Which fantasy football columnist featured on FFLibrarian is your favorite?
#1: Matthew Berry (TMR/ESPN)
#2: Gregg Rosenthal (Rotoworld)
#3: Jamey Eisenberg (
#4: Dave Richard (
#5 TIED Brandon Funston and Andy Behrens, both of Yahoo!

I love seeing how some sites really got the vote out - and there's a nice mix of smaller sites in with the big beasts of fantasy football. Let this be your reminder that good advice can come from all sorts. If any sites included in the poll would like to know how many votes they had, just shoot me an e-mail. Many thanks to all who participated in the poll!


LestersLegends said…
Congrats to all the winners. Thank you FFL for taking on this daunting task.
Anonymous said…
i didnt vote but all u guys must be crazy... is by far the best ff resource on the web! cant believe they didnt even get a mention... their message board is the best around & has led me to winning multiple ff titles in the last few yrs
Anonymous said…
Love Fantasy GridIron Live but I guess I could see them getting beat by CBS and ESPN in the podcast department....Great job on putting the poll together...All the sites are great...I am on the same page with the readers becuase the omissions are funny..There are alot overrrated sites on the internet that feature guys resting on their previous work.. Yet the Librarian readers weeded them out..This community is the crem da la creme !

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