Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Pros vs Joes Draft Friday 26 July

The 2013 Pros vs Joes Draft Challenge
Conducted by FantasyMojo.com and the FFPC (Fantasy Football Players Championship)

What is this?  The ultimate 'battle royal' of fantasy football expert leagues. The industry experts face off against the high stakes players of the Fantasy Football Players Championship (FFPC).

 In 2013, the stakes are raised!

The field is divided into multiple 12 team leagues. Each league is comprised of 6 players (Joes) and 6 ex-perts (Pros). Every division conducts its own live, 26 round draft (hosted by RTSports.com), during an evening in late July. Each individual league winner will be awarded a FREE Entry into the 2014 FFPC Main Event. (A $1650 value!!). The overall winner receives a custom Titlecraft trophy as well.

Note: This is a Draftexperts (best ball) format. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO MANAGE THE TEAM THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. The team you draft is the team you will go to war with during weeks 1-16. Each week, your best performing players at each position are automatically started for you by the system. The extra large roster of 26 players gives you the opportunity to draft for the extra depth you will need.

The scoring system and weekly roster format is per FFPC rules. Basically it is a PPR format, except that tight ends get 1.5 points per reception AND players that score touchdowns on special teams, also get those points awarded to them individually. Also, each week you get to utilize TWO flex players. Weekly lineups consist of 1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, 1 TE, 1 K, 1 D and 2 Flex positions (RB, WR, TE). Innovative!

I am in the middle of some tough competition.
Lots of great Joes including Henry Muto and Pros like David Dodds of FootballGuys.com and Jim Day from FantasyTaz mean my work is cut out for me!

Drafting: Friday 7/26 10 PM EST



Do you want 2013 FF rankings? Check out my Fantasy Football Player Rankings 2013 at Amazon.com. 

Books from Extra Point Press:
Fantasy Football Guidebook (2nd Edition): Your Comprehensive Guide to Playing Fantasy Football ($19.95) http://www.amazon.com/dp/0982428650

Fantasy Football Tips: 201 Ways to Win through Player Rankings, Cheat Sheets and Better Drafting ($10.95) www.amazon.com/dp/0982428669

Fantasy Football Basics: The Ultimate "How to" Guide for Beginners available ($10.95) at Amazon 

Fantasy Baseball for Beginners: The Ultimate "How-to" Guide ($10.95) 

Fantasy Soccer: The Ultimate "How-to" Guide for Fantasy Soccer Players ($14.95) 

Fantasy Hockey: The Ultimate "How-to" Guide for Fantasy Hockey Players ($14.95) www.amazon.com/dp/1936635100

Fantasy Basketball Handbook: The Ultimate "How-to" Guide for Beginners and Experienced Players ($12.95) www.amazon.com/dp/

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