The Ultimate Fantasy Football League: 1993 Guide and Handbook
Prometheus Books, Jun 1, 1993 - Games - 169 pages
Ultimate Fantasy Football requires each league member to choose one player from each NFL team; each game is therefore important and worth watching. By adopting the perspective of the fantasy league, participants become interested in far more players--often on teams of no particular interest to anyone but their hometown fans.
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