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Join FFLibrarian's 2013 Playoff Challenge

Greetings and happy 2013. We've had a lot of travel and holiday fun in our home with a hearty dose of great fantasy football season endings. My sister, a fantasy football newbie, made it to her league's championship game but did lose by a mere 4 points; not too shabby for someone brand new to FF though, eh? Also a huge thanks to the Fantasy Football Nerd for running his annual league which donates $500 to the league winner's charity of choice. I ended up winning the league so Joe at FFN made an extremely generous donation to the Healing Hearts Fund here at a local hospital in Knoxville, which provides support for families who are coping with the loss of a baby. For those interested, my team dominated the season thanks to a combo of Doug Martin, Jamaal Charles, Julio Jones, and the Bears DST, among other gems.

In other good news, I spent a chunk of yesterday watching and celebrating as my Northwestern Wildcats finally won their first bowl game sine 1949. Go Cats! Go Big Ten!

But moving on to the NFL playoffs. If you've been around for awhile you know that I'm a huge Broncos fan so I'm feeling pretty great about the playoffs this year. I'll also be running my FFLibrarian Playoff Challenge through again this year. I'd love to have you join in and I'll be thinking of a prize to send to the winner of the challenge - no password needed, just click this link and you should be good to go. If you have any trouble joining, just let me know.

In case you need some links to help you prep for your playoff league, read on - trust me, there's a lot of quality material here:


Anonymous said…
I just wanted to let you know that I still have you in mind and in my prayers. I'm so glad that you seem to be in a better place.
~ Brooklyn said…
This end of year was amazing and there anything like start the new year with more football.

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