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Following these guidelines will allow us to add your site to the directory as quickly as possible. Find the single most appropriate category for your site. With few exceptions, sites are listed in the directory in one category only. For example, if your site contains fantasy basketball and football leagues, submit it under the Sports/Fantasy category and not under both Sports/Fantasy/Basketball and Sports/Fantasy/Football.

Games in which you choose the winner of each game, whether for free or pay-to-play, straight-up or against the spread, should be submitted to Games: Gambling: Sports and will not be listed here.

Video game sites should be submitted to Games: Video Games: Genres: Sports and will not be listed here.

Submit your site using your main url.

Use your site''s actual title.

Create a brief description, under 25 words, listing the current content of your site (not the future content). Look at other listings to use as a guide for what''s acceptable.

Do not use first person verbiage (we, our, us).

Do not use marketing verbiage. (We''re the best!, Most awesome site, Check it Out!)

Do not use the words " and more!" in the description of your site.

Sites which are gateways or splash pages to affiliate sites will not be added.

Sites which are under construction, significantly lacking in content, or have inactive pages or links will not be added.

Sites not significantly in English should be submitted to the World category and will not be listed here.

All sites are reviewed periodically and deleted if found to be inactive.

Like other Fantasy sports, Fantasy Football attempts to simulate your "dream team" if you were running the show. Players' performances in actual NFL games are translated into points to determine a final result for your team and your opponent. Scoring systems vary, with some systems penalizing your team for turnovers, giving up a lot of points, and so on, while others only work with the "positive" statistics. Some Fantasy Football players still use pencil and paper and exchange telephone calls to make roster changes and the morning paper for their statistics. However, there are legions of new fans who are using one of the many on-line services that take care of all of the number-crunching for you and allow you to play against other fans from around the world. Please note: Games in which you choose the winner of each game, whether for free or pay-to-play, straight-up or against the spread, will be found in Games: Gambling: Sports.
This category contains sites specifically for Commissioners, including on-line tools, free software, hosting, tips for running a league, and other resources.

Sites selling league management software should be submitted to the Shopping/Sports/Fantasy/Software/Football category.

The Fantasy Football League Commissioner is responsible for running the League. Such duties include receiving rosters before the games, determining the points scored, overseeing trades and free agent acquisition and arbitrating disagreements.
Following these guidelines will allow us to add your site to the directory as quickly as possible.

Find the single most appropriate category for your site. With few exceptions, sites are listed in the directory in one category only. For example, if your site contains fantasy basketball and football leagues, submit it under the Sports/Fantasy category and not under both Sports/Fantasy/Basketball and Sports/Fantasy/Football.

Games in which you choose the winner of each game, whether for free or pay-to-play, straight-up or against the spread, should be submitted to Games: Gambling: Sports and will not be listed here.

Games which use simulated statistics rather than actual statistics to generate the winner of each game should be submitted to Sports: Fantasy: Simulations: Football and will not be listed here.

Video game sites should be submitted to Games: Video Games: Genres: Sports and will not be listed here.

Submit your site using your main url.

Use your site''s actual title.

Create a brief description, under 25 words, listing the current content of your site (not the future content). Look at other listings to use as a guide for what''s acceptable.

Do not use first person verbiage (we, our, us).

Do not use marketing verbiage. (We''re the best!, Most awesome site, Check it Out!)

Do not use the words " and more!" in the description of your site.

Sites which are gateways or splash pages to affiliate sites will not be added.

Sites which are under construction, significantly lacking in content, or have inactive pages or links will not be added.

Sites not significantly in English should be submitted to the World category and will not be listed here.

All sites are reviewed periodically and deleted if found to be inactive.

Fantasy football leagues are where fantasy football enthusiasts put their knowledge and skill to practice on a weekly basis. These hobbiests put their pride, and sometimes their money, on the line in the hopes putting together a championship fantasy team. Fantasy Football Leagues come in a variety of formats, from re-draft to keeper to dynasty leagues, and they have an almost inexhaustible variety of rules to give any fantasy football professional the challenge they are looking for. This category features sites for fantasy football leagues that are open to anyone for free or for pay. Sites that feature fantasy football leagues that are open to only those who know a current league member, are from a particular locality, or must share a common bond with other league members (i.e., family, college alumnus, fraternity member, co-worker, etc.) are listed in the Private Leagues category. Sites that host fantasy football leagues but do not sponsor or administer the leagues themselves are listed in the Sports: Fantasy: Football: Places_to_Play category. Other games that use the results of real-life professional sports games, such as "pick 'em" contests, are not part of fantasy sports. (You will find most such games in Games: Gambling: Sports). Additionally, games that use simulated statistics are also not listed in this category and might better be found in Games: Video_Games: Sports, Sports: Fantasy: Simulations: Football, or Games: Internet: Play-By-E-Mail: Sports.
Following these guidelines will allow us to add your site to the directory as quickly as possible.

Find the single most appropriate category for your site. With few exceptions, sites are listed in the directory in one category only. For example, if your site contains fantasy basketball and football leagues, submit it under the Sports/Fantasy category and not under both Sports/Fantasy/Basketball and Sports/Fantasy/Football.

Games in which you choose the winner of each game, whether for free or pay-to-play, straight-up or against the spread, should be submitted to Games: Gambling: Sports and will not be listed here.

Video game sites should be submitted to Games: Video Games: Genres: Sports and will not be listed here.

Submit your site using your main url.

Use your site''s actual title.

Create a brief description, under 25 words, listing the current content of your site (not the future content). Look at other listings to use as a guide for what''s acceptable.

Do not use first person verbiage (we, our, us).

Do not use marketing verbiage. (We''re the best!, Most awesome site, Check it Out!)

Do not use the words " and more!" in the description of your site.

Sites which are gateways or splash pages to affiliate sites will not be added.

Sites which are under construction, significantly lacking in content, or have inactive pages or links will not be added.

Sites not significantly in English should be submitted to the World category and will not be listed here.

All sites are reviewed periodically and deleted if found to be inactive.

This category contains places on the Web where you can play Fantasy Football. This includes traditional fantasy football, "auction" style fantasy football and fantasy football contests. The advantages to using one of these services is that much of the work is automated. You can trade or pick up free agents with a few drop-down menus, scoring from the weekend's games is done for you automatically and standings and statistics are generated without any number-crunching on your part. Most of these services charge you to have your team(s) there, and most offer prizes. There are some services that are free, however (just as there are services that don't offer any prizes beyond the satisfaction of winning your league).
Following these guidelines will allow us to add your site to the directory as quickly as possible.

Find the single most appropriate category for your site. With few exceptions, sites are listed in the directory in one category only. For example, if your site contains fantasy basketball and football leagues, submit it under the Sports/Fantasy category and not under both Sports/Fantasy/Basketball and Sports/Fantasy/Football.

Submit your site using your main url.

Use your site''s actual title.

Create a brief description, under 25 words, listing the current content of your site (not the future content). Look at other listings to use as a guide for what''s acceptable.

Do not use first person verbiage (we, our, us).

Do not use marketing verbiage. (We''re the best!, Most awesome site, Check it Out!)

Do not use the words " and more!" in the description of your site. Sites which are gateways or splash pages to affiliate sites will not be added.

Sites which are under construction, significantly lacking in content, or have inactive pages or links will not be added.

Sites not significantly in English should be submitted to the World category and will not be listed here.

All sites are reviewed periodically and deleted if found to be inactive.

There's a lot of thought and information that goes into running a Fantasy Football team. Who should I draft? Who should I start? Will this player be a bust this year? Will this player have a breakout year? This category is for sites that help the Fantasy Football team owner but don't sponsor games themselves.
Following these guidelines will allow us to add your site to the directory as quickly as possible. Find the single most appropriate category for your site. With few exceptions, sites are listed in the directory in one category only. For example, if your site contains fantasy basketball and football leagues, submit it under the Sports/Fantasy category and not under both Sports/Fantasy/Basketball and Sports/Fantasy/Football.

Games in which you choose the winner of each game, whether for free or pay-to-play, straight-up or against the spread, should be submitted to Games: Gambling: Sports and will not be listed here.

Video game sites should be submitted to Games: Video Games: Genres: Sports and will not be listed here.

Submit your site using your main url.

Use your site''s actual title.

Create a brief description, under 25 words, listing the current content of your site (not the future content). Look at other listings to use as a guide for what''s acceptable.

Do not use first person verbiage (we, our, us).

Do not use marketing verbiage. (We''re the best!, Most awesome site, Check it Out!)

Do not use the words " and more!" in the description of your site.

Sites which are gateways or splash pages to affiliate sites will not be added.

Sites which are under construction, significantly lacking in content, or have inactive pages or links will not be added.

Sites not significantly in English should be submitted to the World category and will not be listed here.

All sites are reviewed periodically and deleted if found to be inactive.

Like other Fantasy sports, Fantasy Football attempts to simulate your "dream team" if you were running the show. Players' performances in actual games are translated into points to determine a final result for your team and your opponent. Scoring systems vary, with some systems penalizing your team for turnovers, giving up a lot of points, and so on, while others only work with the "positive" statistics. Some Fantasy Football players still use pencil and paper and exchange telephone calls to make roster changes and the morning paper for their statistics. However, there are legions of new fans who are using one of the many on-line services that take care of all of the number-crunching for you and allow you to play against other fans from around the world. Please note: Games in which you choose the winner of each game, whether for free or pay-to-play, straight-up or against the spread, will be found in Games: Gambling: Sports.
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