Monday, April 14, 2014

FFPC Pros vs. Joes 2014!

2014 Pros Vs. Joes: Six Free Main Event Teams

Last season's Pros vs. Joes Challenge was the best ever as the FFPC awarded six free Main Event teams to the following players:
Jeff Tirabassi,
Wayne Ellis
Chris Banks
Kevin English (
Jim Day (
Micah James ( 

Chris Banks was the 2013 champ and again the Joes emerged on top.

Here are the 2014 highlights recently announced:
  • Each of the six 2014 Pros vs. Joes league winners will receive a 2015 FFPC Main Event team. The total value of these prizes is just over $10,000.
  • 2014 Pros vs. Joes is limited to six leagues, 36 Pros, and 36 Joes.
  • Joes are randomly selected among FFPC Main Event early-bird entries.
  • Each FFPC Main Event early-bird deposit or fully paid team counts as a “ticket” in the drawing.
  • Limit of one Pros vs. Joes team per person.
  • Pros will be chosen by invite-only.
  • Main Event players MUST register for Pros vs. Joes to enter.

I have participated in the Pros vs Joes in every year of its existence and won my division in 2011 so I hope to be chosen again this year!

The FFPC and Darren Armani of have teamed up once again for the 2014 Pros vs. Joes Challenge. The Pros vs Joes concept is simple: take a group of hard core FFPC fantasy players (the Joes) and pit them against a contingent of fantasy industry experts (the Pros). The result is a fierce competition with ultimate bragging rights on the line.

Once again, the Pros vs. Joes Challenge will become a true showcase FFPC event which means there are some serious prizes at stake! The FFPC will give away SIX entries to the 2015 FFPC Main Event to each of the six winners of a 2014 Pros vs Joes leagues. That is a prize valued at $1700+ per team, a total value of over $10,000!

Wow, that’s great guys, so what’s the catch? There is none. Entry into the Pros vs Joes is still completely free but the FFPC will limit this year’s contest to 6 leagues, a total of 36 Joes and 36 Pros. With the limited field, they needed to come up with a way to fairly reward their customers and select the participants.

The 36 Pros will be chosen and invited to compete by the FFPC and .

The 36 Joes will be chosen via a random drawing. To be eligible for this drawing, a Joe has to be registered for the FFPC Main Event by the early-bird deadline on Monday, May 12th, 2014.

Note you get $100 off your Main Event Entry fee if you do sign up by 12 May!

So now there’s yet another great reason to play the FFPC Main Event. Registering for the Main Event before the early-bird deadline will save you cash AND you have a shot to compete in the Pros vs Joes! Register for the Pros vs Joes drawing here!

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