Fantasy Football is a game in which the participants (called "owners") each draft or acquire via auction a team of real-life NFL (or college depending on the league) players and then score points based on those players' statistical performance on the field. Leagues can be arranged in which the winner is the team with the most total points at the end of the season or in a head-to-head format (which mirrors the actual NFL) in which each team plays against a single opponent each week, and at the end of the year the team with the best win-loss record wins the league. Most leagues set aside the last weeks of the NFL regular season for their own playoffs.
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SSPD means suspended in Fantasy Football.
FFP stands for Fantasy Football Points, usually dealing with a fantasy football league.
A Premier Fantasy football account can be created on several different websites. These websites include Fantasy Premiere League, ESPN Premiere Fantasy, and Fantasy Football by Metro.
No. He got lucky once, but he is not good at fantasy football.
cbs.sportsline.com has a free college football fantasy game
Yahoo! claims to have the most fantasy football leagues.
The duration of Fantasy Football League is 1800.0 seconds.
Fantasy Football League was created in 1994-01.
Fantasy Football League ended in 1996-05.
A free fantasy football league can be created by using online fantasy sports league websites such as ESPN's Fantasy Football website. Setting up a free fantasy football league is as easy as following the directions given as the team is created.
No, many sites offer free fantasy football alerts.