For those that don't know the tag, FFL stands for Fantasy Football League.For those that don't know the tag, FFL stands for Fantasy Football League.
Ok, there are two audiences for this journal:
1.) Those that are in the slashdot keeper league or would like to be.
2.) Those that want to play in a free single-season league.
No fears if you don't know football, or don't understand fantasy football. You can be taught pretty easily. All I ask out of #2 is that you spend an hour (or less) a week setting up your lineup, and a couple hours within the next few weeks to draft players (you can autodraft and stuff, which doesn't take anytime).
Anywho, for the keepers:
I need to know who is in and who isn't in. NFL.com still has all the details, including placing and rosters (and they just added a bunch of new features for keeper leagues, so I'd like to stick with them).
I can't remember how many we kept last year, but 3 or 4 seems to be right. Which will it be? Also, would you like any rules to change? Did it seem like one position always got more points than others? Did one position not matter as far as poitns? We want to kind of even it all out if we can...
Also, I'm guessing not everyone will want to keep on keeping on with the keepers league, so I'd like to ask anyone else if they'd like to jump in. There is a cost, but its usually less than $15 (it was $13 last year).
If you are a keeper and want to stay, please send me an email or leave a comment here. If you want to join in, do the same.
Group #2... we can just make a quickie yahoo or nfl.com free league. I'll be happy to set it up, but I'd like 6-8 people, minimum to run a team (if we have over 12, we can split into two leagues). Anyone up for it? I'll even be HAPPY to teach football and/or fantasy football to anyone that's willing!