With the air smelling like fresh-cut grass mixed with sweat and pigskin, it's time to start talking fantasy football. Last year was a bit of a mess, with two leagues that were far too big to be stable and almost no conversation about either going on here at BFTB. Let's call last year a "test run" and this year "the real deal" when it comes to how we're going to deal with fantasy football.
I will be writing a weekly update on what's going on in the fantasy world, with an obvious focus on Chargers players and/or opponents, and in these posts I'll keep you up to date with what's going on in the BFTB Fantasy Football League, hosted this year with CBSSports.com.
Currently enrolled in the BFTB League are past and present staff members such as Wonko, Creanium, DaBolts, Richard Wade and Sam (sdsuaztec4). The 12 teams have been broken into two divisions, the "Good Guys" and the "Bad Guys", and right now we have 4 open slots (3 on team Good, 1 on team Bad). Each week for the next month I'll be asking for you to give me reasons in the comments below to let you have one of those spots.
If you'd rather play with your real friends instead of some random BFTB bloggers, go ahead and sign up for your own CBSSports.com's Fantasy Football Commissioner League and get 50% off (and a free 14-day trial!) by clicking here. What you'll be getting is not just the best Fantasy Football system on the internet (Most awarded League Manager by the Fantasy Sports Trade Association), but weekly scouting reports, advice, live score-tracking and the ability to get all of your fantasy football questions answered by experts.
Whether you win a spot in BFTB's league or start one of your own, Fantasy Football is always a fun time for those that enjoy it and this year should be no different. Next week, I'll preview the upcoming season and which players should be at the top of your fantasy draft board.
Disclosure: CBSSports.com is an SB Nation partner and paying sponsor of the SB Nation football communities. This post is one of a series of sponsor-endorsed posts related to the CBSSports.com Fantasy Football Commissioner League.