2008 TBFL

August 11th, 2008   (2323 views )

Pick 'em


Well, against my (our?) better judgment, I did it again.

You have been invited to join Fred M's Custom League in Yahoo! Sports Fantasy Football.

In order to join the league, follow the link above or go to game front page, click the "Sign Up Now" or "Get Another Team" button and follow the links to "Join a Custom League". When prompted, enter the League ID# and password below.

League ID#: 171816
Password: breasts

We will send you a confirmation with further details once you have completed the registration process.

Hello timbuk3_98,

This is to confirm that you've created the Custom League named TBFL and the team called Disgustatroids in that league.

To allow other managers to join your league, send them the League ID# and Password. In your case, the ID# is 171816 and the Password is breasts.

You have chosen for your league to take part in an Autopick draft. Until the draft takes place, you (and only you) can change the type of draft by using the Change Draft Type option found among your Commissioner Tools, which can be reached from your League Overview page.

Your league's draft can begin as soon as everyone is ready, but must be conducted by Friday, Oct 17, 2008. Simply use the Change Draft Status option found among your Commissioner Tools to tell us that you are ready, and we'll notify you by email as soon as the draft is complete.

We have set default player rankings for you, but suggest you personalize them to your liking. All league members can begin ranking players as soon as they want by simply going to the Fantasy Football home page and clicking on their team name.

Thanks for joining. Good luck.

--Fantasy Football Commissioner

Remember, you need to be logged into your Yahoo! account when you sign up, or to access your team after you've signed up.

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