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  • ESPN keeper league

    I started a 12 person head to head ESPN keeper league the other day, with points for receptions. Other than that, it's mostly default ESPN rules. If the majority would like it, I could change from team defense to IDP. The draft is on September 2nd at 11pm est.

    You'll have to PM me for the link, since I don't have 15 posts yet. Pretty sure I have to send out invitations via email, but I'll see if there's another way if you'd prefer not to give it out.

    Hopefully some of you will try to join, I've always wanted to try a keeper league. :P

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    how do you like the espn interface? i havent really tried it out becuase i've used yahoo, but many of my friends use espn and want me to join

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