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2010 Week 17 start/sit links

Greetings, friends. Happy almost New Year's Eve and happy college bowl season. I can only assume you'll all be pulling for my Northwestern Wildcats when they play in some random bowl on Saturday. To be honest, I'm not particularly excited about their chances since their QB (who is basically 90% of their offense) was injured for the rest of the season back in November.

We survived our holiday travels and made it back to Brooklyn last night all in one piece. While we probably didn't endear ourselves to all of our fellow travelers thanks to some occasional meltdowns from our little dude, it certainly wasn't as bad as it could have been. And hey, we missed the chaos surrounding the major blizzard here in NYC while we were gone, so that's something to be grateful for!

A reminder that there's a FFLibrarian Playoff Challenge again this year - basically it's a fresh slate to prove your fantasy wisdom. I'm working on a prize for the winner this year so sign up and show what a stellar fantasy football player you are.

Let's get to the Week 17 links...
I'll be back before Sunday's games with the consensus start/sit for Week 17!

Comments

Anonymous said…
Thanks for the Rotoarcade link. That's exactly what I requested yesterday. Extremely helpful!
Unknown said…
Hey Library Lady! Thanks for the links - I discovered you about mid-season, and you helped me back into the championship game. Have a good offseason with your young un, and I'll see you in June or July hopefully.

However, I have to tell you that I believe my Red Raiders will beat your Northwesterns.

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