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Join the FFLibrarian Playoff Challenge!

Awesome news, my fantasy football friends - I won the Buffalo Wild Wings All-Star Blogger League and am gathering details on the incredible prize: a trip to Miami for the Super Bowl. I must admit that last night I was dancing around the house singing We Are the Champions (was considering a Freddy Mercury style onesie for the party I'll be co-hosting with Trey Wingo, until I remembered that JLo already rocked a onesie on the Dick Clark NY's Eve special, and another catsuit might be more than the world can handle).

But if you, too, want to head to the Super Bowl, then why not enter the FFLibrarian Playoff Challenge? It's hosted by NFL.com and the winner of their entire NFL.com Playoff Challenge wins a trip to the 2011 Super Bowl. Add in the fact that the Bruno Boys are offering up a $25 gift card to Amazon to the winner of this FFLibrarian challenge, and you have a ton of reasons to participate. Sign up here (password: librarian) or e-mail me for an invitation.

So clearly we've got lots of fantasy football fun on the agenda despite the fact that the regular season is in the books. Let's get to today's links...
And yes, I'm so bummed that my Broncos blew it and failed to make the playoffs...but I think we all saw that one coming with the chaos and news coming out of Denver this weekend. Here's hoping you all are much happier with the playoffs outcome! 

Comments

Anonymous said…
Congrats Sara,
You should get free BBW for life!
ethan
Joe Thomas said…
Congrats on your huge win!

Does anyone else think the nfl.com playoff challenge site is unbearably slow???
Chet said…
Wow!!!! Congratulations!!!! Have a great time in Miami!!!
Unknown said…
Nice going, Sara. Congratulations! "Welcome to Miami (Bienvenido a Miami)" :-)

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