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--- Quote from: Splooge Magoo on August 06, 2014, 07:40:23 PM ---jjcabgou - Just to keep you updated in the local area, the Jets are talking really big. Fans are talking smack and the cool aide is flowing. When that happens, it usually means good things for my Giants. How do you watch the games?

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Like religion and politics sport should also be banned here! ;D
FOOTBALL can be:
1. Rugby - a mans game for real men.
2. Soccer - a camp game for drama queens.
3. Irish Football (aussie rules with a round ball) and Aussie rules football - for violent people to give free rein to their psychopathic tendencies.
4. America Football - That sport played only in one country which takes too long but has the grossly overpaid sportsmen who are really only active for a few minutes and whose personal lives make for more interesting reading.

Every sport can be watched live online with the 'wiziwig' website - and more importantly it is FREE.

Splooge Magoo:
James - very funny. Toughest guy I ever knew was a rugby player. Not too big, but wirey and would stand up to anyone.


--- Quote from: jjcabgou on August 06, 2014, 05:31:37 PM ---Anybody interested in forming a fantasy football league?

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I'm game.  Using Yahoo?
Colin, as a Lions fan, you have more going for you than I, as far as the history goes.  There are Jets players who are lucky enough to wear SB rings. 

Gray Wolf:

--- Quote from: Colin on August 06, 2014, 08:22:09 PM ---What is 'Fantasy football'

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Fantasy football is an interactive online competition in which users compete against each other as general managers of virtual “fantasy” teams built from “drafting” real players. The players that an individual is able to manage are professional American football players in the National Football League. The different actions people are able to make are drafting, trading, adding or dropping players, and changing rosters every week. Due to the growth of the internet, fantasy football has vastly increased in popularity, particularly because fantasy football providers such as ESPN Fantasy Sports, CBS, Yahoo! Fantasy Sports, and the NFL itself are able to keep track of statistics entirely online, eliminating the need to check box scores in newspapers regularly to keep track of players, which is how fantasy football players first had to keep track of stats. Most leagues have a 13 week season, a small playoff bracket, and a single week championship in week 16 of the NFL season.

If we have fantasy football, do we have fantasy virtual betting with it? 


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