As previously announced here, Pats Pulpit and SB Nation have teamed up with CBSSports.com to offer you an exclusive 50% discount on their Fantasy Football Commissioner Product.
Last week, we said we could offer a few free spots in the main Pats Pulpit league. We had a bunch of takers, but we still have three free spots available. If you would like one of these free spots, leave your name, email, and team name in the comments section, and I will be sure to add you to our league.
As for the league itself, I decided to play around with the rules a little bit, and I can up with some really cool stuff that you can only do with the CBSSports.com Fantasy Football Commissioner product. For example, we have three divisions of three teams each. Also, each roster has some real depth to it, with a roster max of 25 players. Instead of using team defenses, we are testing your knowledge of both sides of the ball, and are using two linebackers, two defensive lineman, and two defensive backs for each team. I think that by changing the rules around and adding in defensive players and deeper rosters, it should make the league a lot more competitive and fun. As for the live draft, I've set it for Wednesday, August 25th at 8:30 PM. This in tentative, and could be changed if multiple people request it.
While the leagues are paid leagues, they really have a lot to offer. It's customization to the utmost extent. You can make custom schedules, upload your own team logo, change division alignment and playoff format, change the league URL, chat with others in the league, and have the luxury of real live scoring.
The features don't stop there. I couldn't possibly name them all in one article. However, if you are a fantasy football addict, I suggest getting the CBSSports.com Fantasy Football Commissioner product, as nothing can come close to offering the versatility and customization that this product does.
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