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Trying your hand at weekly games

Those of you who read along with this blog all year long might remember how I waxed on about a fantasy game I played during the Olympics with a site called RosterSlots.com. RosterSlots.com has rolled out their weekly game for the fantasy football season and I'm playing again. For those of you with a penchant for slot machines, you'll want to scope it out since it combines the luck of slots with the skill of fantasy football - and an extra bonus is that you can actually win weekly prizes. I had a mediocre week in Week 1 so I'm looking to step it up a bit, but one of my favorite parts is that you can play when your schedule always for it or just come back to it a few weeks later.

There are several other weekly game outlets out there like Fantazzle's weekly Ray Rice game or 365 Fantasy Sports' game, which many of you played here last season. And while I have heard from some of you who are looking for these weekly game outlets, I'm guessing most of you are probably really FFLibrarian-ing it up for weekly lineup advice, so let's get to the heart of the matter here:

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Anonymous said…
Thanks for the good info. Been following for a few years.

I was wondering if you had any good links for year-to-end rankings that get updated weekly. I know ESPN has one and, last year, Yahoo posted one in roto-arcade. Always looking for more.

There are tons of weekly rankings, but, early in the season, the year-to-end rankings are a more valuable tool for trade evaluation.

If you could post a list of any sites you follow that also update year-to-end rankings, I think that would be helpful to a number of your readers.

Thanks

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