Happy 4th of July from The Fake Football! July 4, 2013  |  Jeff


To all of you celebrating Independence Day, we would like to wish you a safe and enjoyable holiday from the staff here at The Fake Football. Be sure to pay special attention when lighting fireworks, as it will take quite a bit of work to scroll through preseason fantasy football rankings if you’re missing a paw or two. Also, be sure to keep a bucket nearby while doing your annual Joey Chestnut impression…that’s just good manners.

The 2013 offseason has been a boat load of fun for us and we thank each and every one of you for stopping by and joining in our fake football community. We have plenty more fantastic fantasy coverage on the horizon so be sure to stay tuned as the fine staff of The Fake Football will be working day and night to turn your fantasy football squads into unstoppable championship machines!

In the mean time, be sure to check out the heaps of current fantasy coverage here at The Fake Football, including:

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Dynasty Rankings

– The “Fake Football, Real Questions” series

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– Drop by our “Ask Our Writers” page to get answers to the fake football questions keeping you awake at night.

– Be sure to sign up for The Fake Football Newsletter!

 

Have a happy and safe holiday and thanks for reading!

 

 

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