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Holiday happenings in fantasyland

Hmm, I knew the holidays would be crazy since they always are - trying to juggle various factions of my family, trying to see my friends, and the added bonus of tending to our little dude has made things a bit challenging around here. Thanks for bearing with me during my quiet week here; championship time is no time for me to go dark!

Let's get to today's links - lots of start and sit advice with a dash of rankings.
Don't forget that there's a game both tonight and on Saturday in addition to our normal Sunday slate of games. Best of luck to everyone and in case I don't get the consensus start/sit list up, Merry Christmas as well! But I promise I will do my best to get that list up...

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Anonymous said…
Please do your best to get the consensus list up! And in any event, Happy Holidays.
Drake said…
I've been utilizing FANTASY FOOTBALL LIBRARIAN for the past two seasons.
Last year, I was 6-7 overall, but my team awakened in the last half of the season. This enabled me to claim runner-up for the CHAMPIONSHIP. This year I was more informed and will be finishing with a 12-2 record. I went 8-0 before my first loss. I will also claim the CHAMPIONSHIP. My opponent has one defensive player remaining yet he's 35 points down. I just wanted to thank you for all of your hard work in providing us with the links to the real information.

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