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Fantasy Football Digest, 1995

Cliff Charpentier - Sports & Recreation - 1995 - 384 pages
Selected as the premier Fantasy Football publication in the country four years running by the USA Today Sports Bookshelf, this popular guide features complete 1994 statistics ...
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Fantasy Football Digest 2000

Cliff Charpentier - Sports & Recreation - 2000 - 384 pages
Gives advice on selecting players in the fantasy football draft, evaluates player performance at each position for the 1999 season, and explains the rules of fantasy football ...
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Danny Sheridan's Fantasy Football, 1994: The Nation's Leading Handicapper ...

Danny Sheridan - Fantasy football (Game) - 1994 - 324 pages
USA Today and Sport magazine writer Danny Sheridan presents a complete analysis of every player in the NFL, a scouting report on the team's draft choices, and instructions on ...
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Pro Football `88

Peter King - Sports & Recreation - 1990 - 250 pages
Reviews the professional football season, recounts significant games, and profiles noteworthy people
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The fantasy football guide, 1994

Rick Korch - Games - 1994 - 320 pages
Hundreds of thousands of people all over North America play in fantasy football leagues every year. Now--in time for the 1994 preseason--the managing editor of Pro Football ...
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The Complete Handbook of Pro Football, 1989

Zander Hollander - Sports & Recreation - 1989 - 368 pages
A comprehensive survey of the twenty-eight teams of the NFL features detailed scouting reports, schedules, hundreds of photographs, and coverage of the NFL draft
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The Ultimate Fantasy Football League: 1993 Guide and Handbook

Bob Chon, Greg Colao, Sandy Faiella, Andy Schilling, Randy Morrison - Games - 1993 - 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 ...
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