My initial reaction was it's too early to talk about fantasy football, but I've gotten some emails over the past couple months asking about it, so it's on the minds of some people. And it's definitely on the minds of CBSSports.com.
CBSSports.com and SB Nation has a 50% discount when you sign up for a Commissioner League by following this link, or clicking on the logo above, and it costs $90. And there is a 14-day free trial if you'd like to test drive it.
I would personally love to join multiple leagues. If anyone is interested in organizing a league through CBSSports.com, I'd join and give you one guaranteed paying member. Send me an email (the link is at the bottom of the page) but it has to be a CBSSports.com league and you have to sign up through one of the special offer links from this post.
Why would anyone pay for a fantasy football site? That's always been my question too. I've only had a CBSSports.com fantasy football team once before, and it was great. They charge money because they're the best league. It can be customized, they've got multiple draft options, live chat, and live scoring. All the options are listed here. But there are two things I really love about it:
- I can manage my team on my mobile phone.
- I can customize the rules. The one I love to customize is points based on TD yardage. Then I can stop worrying if I've got one of those TEs or RBs who only comes in around the goal line, and the big play/long TD guys get more points like they deserve.
Are you looking to join the Acme Packing Company fantasy football league at CBSSports.com? Well I'm the commissioner of at least one league this year, but I haven't decided how I'm going to run it. I'm leaning towards invite only, so I can't promise anyone an open spot.
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