Fantasy Football Pick Em

Commenter D-Sel was kind enough to organize a league. For those that missed it, here's the info. For those who are already in, consider this your space to trash talk. For those who have no interest, but still love the game, here's your space to trash talk about football.

One final reminder for anyone interested in participating in the fans of TNC football pick 'em league. About 35-40 people have already joined. The sign up information is here:

http://football.fantasysports.yahoo.com/pickem
Group ID#: 61825
Password: tanehisi

To reiterate a few things, scoring starts in Week 2, so you have not missed out on anything if you didn't sign up last week. Just get your picks in by Sunday and you'll be fine (you can always join after that, but you'll be at a disadvantage compared to teams that have already earned points). The rules are simple -- just pick the winner of every NFL game each week -- and a full rules explanation is posted on the message board on the pick 'em league homepage. Finally, just a reminder, the Yahoo ID you use to sign up will be visible to other league members, and you'll have a choice as to whether you want your email to be displayed. If you want to keep these things private, it's easy to create a free Yahoo account just for the league and be sure to choose to hide your email account when you're setting up your team (or anytime after that by editing your team settings).
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Ta-Nehisi Coates is a national correspondent at The Atlantic, where he writes about culture, politics, and social issues. He is the author of the memoir The Beautiful Struggle.

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