Sunday, July 19, 2009

Make Your Fantasy League Win this Season

I'm such a sports buff and up to now I am still in a state of euphoria after SMB (SanMiguel Beerman), my favorite basketball team in the PBA (Philippine Basketball Association) won a sweet victory over their greatest nemesis in the league last Friday. As I was surfing the net for any news tidbits about their fantastic game I stumble upon fantasy football. At first it sounded way too foreign to me but it was too interesting plus I also love football game that I took more time to know how it works.

It's a computer game wherein you can be a participant by building your own team that competes against other fantasy teams based on the statistics generated by the real-life American football players on the field. The team with most total points at the end of the season, gets to be the winner. I know it's a little too much to absorb for an amateur like me but if you're an avid fantasy football player you wouldn't want to miss WaiverWire, a great site where you can get real-time news alerts and an expert fantasy analysis to help you win your fantasy league.

Visit them here and sign-up for the In-Season Pass. For just $9.99 for the entire 2009 season, you'll have real time football player alters via Email, text and to their Waiver Wire profile page (fast, up to the minute), player injury alerts, player news and updates, expert fantasy football analysis for every alert telling them the impact on a fantasy team/league, potential replacements, etc.. All filtered to a specific “player focus list” that the user creates so they aren’t overloaded with news they don’t need. Alerts and fantasy football analysis is provided by both RotoWire and TSN Fantasy Player News (double coverage to ensure nothing is missed). They also have over 100 feeds from local beat writers if you want team specific news on your personalized profile page. And a lot lot more to give you the best fantasy tools, news and analysis all geared to make you the winning football fantasy league.


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