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NFL Pigskin Fantasy Playoffs

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NFL Pigskin Fantasy Football Playoffs Challenge

Spots are now open for the 2016-2017 NFL Pigskin Fantasy Football Playoff Challenge.  You will required to create an account with nfl.com to join.  Cost to join is $10.00 payable to our leaguesafe.com account. When you join, please use the link to leaguesafe.com to pay your $10.00.

Links

Group Name: NFL Pigskin Fantasy Playoffs
Group Password: nfl
Link to JOIN GROUP = http://playoffchallenge.fantasy.nfl.com/group/291105
Main Group Website: http://playoffchallenge.fantasy.nfl.com/group/291105

LeagueSafe Payment Link ($10.00) = www.leaguesafe.com/join/3818467

Payouts

The percentages will be based on the total minus the $10.00 that will go to third place.

First (1) Place = 70%
Second (2) Place = 30%
Third (3) Place = $10.00

Rules

Pick Your Players: The object of this game is to pick the NFL players who you think will perform best in their actual NFL playoff games for each weekly scoring period. For each of the four (4) weekly scoring periods, you may pick a total of eight (8) players per period: one (1) quarterback; two (2) running backs; two (2) wide receivers; one (1) tight end; one (1) kicker; and one (1) team defense/special teams from the player roster provided on the SoDak Playoff Challenge Game Page. You may select the same player multiple times during the Promotion Period assuming his team progresses through the playoffs. The players you select for each week will accumulate fantasy points based on the Scoring System below.

The fantasy points accumulated by each player during one (1) weekly scoring period will be multiplied by the number of consecutive weeks in which the player has been on your roster assuming such player’s team progresses through the playoffs. A player can earn bonus point multipliers of 2x, 3x or 4x for a given week based on the number of weeks they were on the fantasy team roster. For example: A user selects Antonio Brown, Pitt in the Wild Card round. Brown earns 15 fantasy points in the first weekly scoring period therefore the participant is awarded 15 points for the first weekly scoring period. If Pitt advances to the Divisional Playoffs and the participant selects to keep Brown on his/her roster for the second consecutive weekly scoring period, and Brown earns 20 fantasy points in his Divisional Playoff game, the participant will earn 40 points for the second consecutive weekly scoring period (20 x 2 = 40). Those 40 points will be added to the 15 points earned in the first weekly scoring period for a two-week total of 55 points (15 + 40 = 55). In addition, a user can select Tom Brady, NE in the Wild Card round even if the New England Patriots have a bye into the Divisional Round. In this case, the user would not earn any points for the Wild Card round, but would then be eligible to earn “double points” in the Divisional round, since Brady was on the team’s roster for 2 weekly scoring periods.

Scoring System

Offense Statistic (QB, RB, WR, TE, K): Fantasy Points:
Rushing or Receiving Touchdown: 6 fantasy points
Fumble Recovery Touchdown: 6 fantasy points
Passing Touchdown: 4 fantasy points
Field Goal Made 0-49 yards: 3 fantasy points
Field Goal Made 50+ yards: 5 fantasy points
Passing, Rushing or Receiving Two-Point Conversion: 2 fantasy points
Rushing or Receiving: 1 fantasy point per 10 yards
Passing: 1 fantasy point per 25 yards
Extra Point: 1 fantasy point
Fumble Lost: -2 fantasy points
Interception: -2 fantasy points
Defense/Special Teams (D/ST): Fantasy Points:
Punt Return Touchdown: 6 fantasy points
Kickoff Return Touchdown: 6 fantasy points
Fumble Return Touchdown: 6 fantasy points
Interception Return Touchdown: 6 fantasy points
Interception: 2 fantasy points
Fumble Recovery: 2 fantasy points
Safety: 2 fantasy points
Sack: 1 fantasy point
Allowing 0 Points: 10 fantasy points
Allowing 1-6 Points: 7 fantasy points
Allowing 7-13 Points: 4 fantasy points
Allowing 14-20 Points: 1 fantasy points
Allowing 21-27 Points: 0 fantasy point
Allowing 28-34 Points: -1 fantasy points
Allowing 35+ Points: -4 fantasy points
Team Win 5 fantasy points

How To Play

How To Play - NFL Pigskin Fantasy Football

How To Play – NFL Pigskin Fantasy Football


2016 NFL Survivor Pickem

NFL Survivor Pick'Em

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NFL Survivor Pick'Em

NFL Survivor Pick’Em

I have renewed the league and it is ready to roll for the 2016 NFL Football Season.  Hopefully if you play this year, we can all last longer then the 2nd week of the season when more the 20 people all lost out. Again this season we will be using the CBS Sports site to handle your weekly pick.  We will continue using the LeagueSafe site to securely handle all the money with league fee and payouts. Also if you could share this to as many people as you can, to help get more people in our league.

CBS Sports Survivor Pick’em

League Site:http://nflsurvivorpickem.football.cbssports.com/e?ttag=FFBC16_cpy_invite_new_mt

Password: warp

LeagueSafe Payment Site
League Payment Site: www.leaguesafe.com/join/3649213

Cost: $10.00 per entry

Rules of the Game
NFL Survival Pick’em is the game, this means you have to make ONE pick each week of who you think is going to win the football game they are playing. If they win, you move on to the next week, if they lose, you are out. One thing to note is you only get to use each team ONE TIME! The cost to enter is $10.00 per entry, and you can enter as many times as you wish. The winnings will be divided out between first and second, and maybe third if we have enough paid entry’s. In order to join the group, accept this invitation and join the pool, click the link below (or cut and paste the link into your browser’s address bar). You’ll be asked to enter the pool password before you can join, so it is posted below.

Payments
1st Place = 75%
2nd Place = 25%
3rd Place = $10.00 (Will only do 3rd place if we have 20 or more entries)

All money will be handled by LeagueSafe.com this year, you can pay in using an E-Check for no extra cost, and if you cannot use an E-Check, then you will be able to pay by Credit Card after all the people that wanted to pay by E-Check have paid. Using a Credit Card will charge you an extra 3% fee. So its better to use the E-Check payment method.


NFL Playoff Fantasy Football – SoDak Playoff Challenge

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Join Now – NFL Playoff Fantasy Football – SoDak Playoff Challenge

NFL Fantasy SoDak Playoff Challenge - GmaNsWorld.com

NFL Fantasy SoDak Playoff Challenge – GmaNsWorld.com

Spots are now open for the 2015-2016 NFL Fantasy Football Playoff Challenge.  You will required to create an account with nfl.com to join.  Cost to join is $10.00 payable to our leaguesafe.com account. When you join, please use the link to leaguesafe.com to pay your $10.00.

Links

NFL SoDak Playoff Challenge Link = http://playoffchallenge.fantasy.nfl.com/group/45403
NOTE: (When it asks for a password to join the league, just leave that field blank, there is no password)

LeagueSafe Payment Link ($10.00) = www.leaguesafe.com/join/3236895

Payouts

The percentages will be based on the total minus the $10.00 that will go to third place.

First (1) Place = 70%
Second (2) Place = 30%
Third (3) Place = $10.00

Rules

Pick Your Players: The object of this game is to pick the NFL players who you think will perform best in their actual NFL playoff games for each weekly scoring period. For each of the four (4) weekly scoring periods, you may pick a total of eight (8) players per period: one (1) quarterback; two (2) running backs; two (2) wide receivers; one (1) tight end; one (1) kicker; and one (1) team defense/special teams from the player roster provided on the SoDak Playoff Challenge Game Page. You may select the same player multiple times during the Promotion Period assuming his team progresses through the playoffs. The players you select for each week will accumulate fantasy points based on the Scoring System below.

The fantasy points accumulated by each player during one (1) weekly scoring period will be multiplied by the number of consecutive weeks in which the player has been on your roster assuming such player’s team progresses through the playoffs. A player can earn bonus point multipliers of 2x, 3x or 4x for a given week based on the number of weeks they were on the fantasy team roster. For example: A user selects Tom Brady, NE in the Wild Card round. Brady earns 15 fantasy points in the first weekly scoring period therefore the participant is awarded 15 points for the first weekly scoring period. If NE advances to the Divisional Playoffs and the participant selects to keep Brady on his/ her roster for the second consecutive weekly scoring period, and Brady earns 20 fantasy points in his Divisional Playoff game, the participant will earn 40 points for the second consecutive weekly scoring period (20 x 2 = 40). Those 40 points will be added to the 15 points earned in the first weekly scoring period for a two-week total of 55 points (15 + 40 = 55). In addition, a user can select Tom Brady, NE in the Wild Card round even if the New England Patriots have a bye into the Divisional Round. In this case, the user would not earn any points for the Wild Card round, but would then be eligible to earn “double points” in the Divisional round, since Brady was on the team’s roster for 2 weekly scoring periods.

Scoring System

Offense Statistic (QB, RB, WR, TE, K): Fantasy Points:
Rushing or Receiving Touchdown: 6 fantasy points
Fumble Recovery Touchdown: 6 fantasy points
Passing Touchdown: 4 fantasy points
Field Goal Made 0-49 yards: 3 fantasy points
Field Goal Made 50+ yards: 5 fantasy points
Passing, Rushing or Receiving Two-Point Conversion: 2 fantasy points
Rushing or Receiving: 1 fantasy point per 10 yards
Passing: 1 fantasy point per 25 yards
Extra Point: 1 fantasy point
Fumble Lost: -2 fantasy points
Interception: -2 fantasy points

Defense/Special Teams (D/ST): Fantasy Points:
Punt Return Touchdown: 6 fantasy points
Kickoff Return Touchdown: 6 fantasy points
Fumble Return Touchdown: 6 fantasy points
Interception Return Touchdown: 6 fantasy points
Interception: 2 fantasy points
Fumble Recovery: 2 fantasy points
Safety: 2 fantasy points
Sack: 1 fantasy point
Allowing 0 Points: 10 fantasy points
Allowing 1-6 Points: 7 fantasy points
Allowing 7-13 Points: 4 fantasy points
Allowing 14-20 Points: 1 fantasy points
Allowing 21-27 Points: 0 fantasy point
Allowing 28-34 Points: -1 fantasy points
Allowing 35+ Points: -4 fantasy points
Team Win 5 fantasy points

How To Play

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How To Play NFL Fantasy Football SoDak Playoff Challenge – GmaNsWorlD.com


2015 NFL Survivor Pick ‘Em

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You are invited to join NFL Survivor Pick ‘Em!

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NFL Survivor Pickem – GmaNsWorlD.com

NFL Survival Pick ’em is the game, this means you have to make ONE pick each week of who you think is going to win the football game they are playing. If they win, you move on to the next week, if they lose, you are out. One thing to note is you only get to use each team ONE TIME! The cost to enter is $10.00 per entry, and you can enter as many times as you wish. The winnings will be divided out between first and second, and maybe third if we have enough paid entry’s. In order to join the group, accept this invitation and join the pool, click the link below (or cut and paste the link into your browser’s address bar). You’ll be asked to enter the pool password before you can join, so it is posted below.

NFL Survival Football Info

Entry: $10.00
Link To Join: http://nflsurvivorpickem.football.cbssports.com/e?ttag=13_cbspaste
LeagueSafe Payment Link: https://www.leaguesafe.com/join/3084490/nfl-survivor-pickem
Password: warp
Cost: $10.00 per entry

Payments

  • 1st Place = 75%
  • 2nd Place = 25%
  • 3rd Place = $10.00 (Will only do 3rd place if we have 20 or more entries)

All money will be handled by LeagueSafe.com this year, you can pay in using an E-Check for no extra cost, and if you cannot use an E-Check, then you will be able to pay by Credit Card after all the people that wanted to pay by E-Check have paid. Using a Credit Card will charge you an extra 3% fee. So its better to use the E-Check payment method. Payment: LeagueSafe $10:00 = https://www.leaguesafe.com/join/3084490/nfl-survivor-pickem

Payouts

LeagueSafe currently offers the following methods for receiving payouts:

1) Amazon.com Gift Card* claim code – Load your funds into your amazon.com account using an electronic claim code. Funds are available immediately, and there is no cost for this option.
2) E-check – Funds are sent directly into your bank account. Just enter your account information and we’ll send your winnings to your account electronically. This is our fastest payment option. There is a $5 processing fee for this payment option.
3) Paper Check (Express Processing) – A paper check is mailed to you First Class mail via the U.S. Postal Service. Requests are submitted for processing and dropped in the mail on the next business day. Estimated delivery time is 3-6 business days, depending on where you live. There is a $7.00 rush delivery fee for this option.
4) Paper Check (Standard Processing) – A paper check is mailed to you First Class mail via the U.S. Postal Service. There is a $2.00 processing fee for this option. Normal delivery times vary from 10-14 business days.

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What Should You Name Your Fantasy Football Team?

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What Should You Name Your Fantasy Football Team?

There are plenty of clever puns you can come up with. Most people like to name the team after part of the players name. Aaron Hernandez is a person used recently. Two highlights include “Aaron Hernancuffs” or “Aaron Hernandez Hit Men”. Offend at your own risk.  Fantasy players will need a rainbow sized miracle to get Dwayne Bowe to perform big this year. “Somewhere over the Dwayne Bowe”  Maybe we just need to “Jurassic Punt” this topic. 🙂

1990’s Cartoon Names

Many fantasy football players today grew up watching hit 1990’s cartoon. Throw it back to these shows with some funny team names.

1990’s Kid Show Names:

  • Ahh! Real Marshalls (Brandon Marshall)
  • Kenan & Kellen Winslow
  • Hey! Aaron (Aaron Rodgers)

What Should You Name Your Fantasy Football Team?

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What Should You Name Your Fantasy Football Team – GmaNsWorlD.com


Why Is Running Outside Better Than a Treadmill?

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For The Best Workout, Run Outside, Not On The Treadmill. Here’s Why:

You might think that getting a few miles in on the treadmill is just as good as a run outside, but you would be sorely mistaken. Running on a treadmill doesn’t provide the same workout, for many reasons.

Running Outside Expends More Energy

Due to a lack of wind resistance and many other factors, a treadmill does not require as much energy as running outside. You will actually burn more calories running on a trail or road than on a treadmill. Treadmills partially propel you forward, unlike the unyielding flat ground outdoors. If you have to train on a treadmill, put the incline at 1% to make your workout more productive.

For the best workout, run outside, not on the treadmill. Click to see why:

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Why Is Running Outside Better Than a Treadmill – GmaNsWorlD.com

TREADMILLS DON’T HAVE VARIED TERRAIN

Treadmills can give a slight incline, but they can’t usually do much of a downhill, if any; and they certainly can’t simulate turns. This can be a problem if you are training for an event, such as a marathon. Running on varried terrain is better for your body and provides more of a challenge, getting you results quicker.


NHL Referee Helmet Cam – Sweet


Who Needs a GoPro? – NHL Referee Camera Is Where Its At!

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NHL Helmet Camera – VelcroGloves.com

I found this post at www.VelcroGloves.com, Now this is awesome!  GoPro is stepping up its game!

If you’ve ever wondered what the game you’re watching looks like from ice level, for select games this season, you’re going to find out.

A little more than a week ago, it was revealed that the NHL was patnering with GoPro to mount cameras on referees’ helmets for various games this season. For the league’s opening weekend, officials wore cameras on their helmets for the two Canadian broadcasts on Sportsnet Wednesday night. The results were pretty spectacular.

The network was able to get the footage from the cameras for the live broadcast, sometimes even switching during a play to the ‘s perspective. As you’d expect it’s incredibly unique.

Here’s how the season-opening faceoff between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens looked from the view of the referee dropping the puck.

READ MORE///via NHL referee helmet cameras make spectacular debut – Velcro Gloves.

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NHL Ref Cam – VelcroGloves.com

NHL Ref Cam – VelcroGloves.com


NFL Survival Pick-Em – Spots Open

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Join Now – NFL Survival Pick-Em – Spots Open!

Join NFL Survivor Pickem at GmaNsWorlD.com

Join NFL Survivor Pickem at GmaNsWorlD.com

You are invited to join NFL Survivor Pick-Em!  Survival Football Info (Entry $10.00)

NFL Survival Pick-em is the game, this means you have to make ONE pick each week of who you think is going to win the football game they are playing. If they win, you move on to the next week, if they lose, you are out. One thing to note is you only get to use each team ONE TIME! The cost to enter is $10.00 per entry, and you can enter as many times as you wish. The winnings will be divided out between first and second, and maybe third if we have enough paid entry’s. In order to join the group, accept this invitation and join the pool, click the link below (or cut and paste the link into your browser’s address bar). You’ll be asked to enter the pool password before you can join, so it is posted below.

Link To Join: http://nflsurvivorpickem.football.cbssports.com/e?ttag=13_cbspaste
Password: warp
Cost: $10.00 per entry
Payment:  Paypal $10:00 = gman@sio.midco.net (as a gift so it does not subtract a fee)

Payouts
1st = 75%
2nd = 25%
3rd = Money Back (If over 20 entries)

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http://nflsurvivorpickem.football.cbssports.com/e?ttag=FFB14_cbsinv
Our Pool password is: warp


Sioux Falls Storm And Section 0 Ready

Sioux Falls Storm Section O

Sioux Falls Storm & Section O Ready For Home Opener

Sioux Falls Storm Section O

Sioux Falls Storm Section O

Are you ready for some football!!!!

The last year of Section O in the areana as the new Premier Center is being built in the wings.  Tonight is the home opener for the Storm.  Friday night and Section O will be primed and ready to rumble!  Looking forward to a great Season!

Corey Geier

The Storm begin their quest for a fourth consecutive indoor football championship tonight. Again.

Winners of three straight IFL titles, garnering a fourth would give the Storm their second batch of four in a row, sandwiched around the 2009 and 2010 seasons, when they were denied by Chris Dixon and the Billings Outlaws.

Of course, Dixon migrated to the Storm the following year and led Sioux Falls to the first two championships in its most recent run, and now he’s back.

Terrance Bryant came out of retirement to lead the Storm to a 12-4 record last season and a 43-40 win over the Nebraska Danger in the Indoor Bowl, while Dixon spent a year in the Arena Football League. But now Dixon returns to Sioux Falls looking every bit the multi-dimensional weapon he was in his first go-round.

The 32-year-old won IFL MVP honors in each of his two years with the Storm, leading them to a 27-1 record in that time. There are lots of new faces that Dixon will be going into battle with this time around, but enough familiar ones that Sioux Falls remains the heavy favorite to recapture the crown.

“We’ve got the talent to win the championship, there’s no doubt about that,” Dixon said. “But it’s going to be a process. A lot of these guys are new to me, and I’m new to a lot of them. We’ve made a lot of strides in camp and guys are focusing in on getting on the same page. But I don’t think we’ve scratched the surface of how good we can be yet.”

Dixon threw for 29 touchdowns and ran for 10 more last year in the AFL, and he doesn’t appear to have lost a step. Martevious Young, who opened last year as the Storm’s quarterback, returns to serve as a backup and spare receiver, while veterans James Terry and Blake Wilson are back to give Dixon familiar targets.

Corey Surrency, a 6-foot-6 wideout from Florida State who played for the Nebraska Danger last year, has also come aboard.

Tailback Tory Harrison is back after rushing for 555 yards last year, while Myniya Smith and Charlie Sanders are back on th

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Sioux Falls Storm 2014 @ GmaNsWorld.com

e offensive line, joined by indoor veteran Rashaud Mungro and former SDSU Jackrabbit Jon Fick.

While Harrison and Young gave the Storm their primary running threats last year, with Bryant operating a quick-strike passing game, the more mobile Dixon gives Sioux Falls more pre-snap options. Dixon led the IFL in rushing in 2012.

“When we’d switch from Terrance to Martevious last year, we had to change our offense,” said coach Kurtiss Riggs, who brings a 153-32 record into his 12th season at the helm. “We’d become predictable and lose that element of surprise. That’s where Chris adds so much to our offense. It may take a while to adjust, but we’ll be a lot more dynamic.”

Defensively, the Storm said goodbye to veteran linemen Rachman Crable (who has joined the coaching staff) and Jeremiah Price, as well as safety Dan O’Keefe, but they return key players on that side of the ball as well. Tyler Knight, last year’s IFL defensive player of the year, is back at linebacker after making 153 stops in 2013. Cory Johnsen is back at defensive tackle after dropping more than 50 pounds in the offseason, while starters Roy Polite and Patrick Wells are back in the secondary.

James Dunlap also returns on the defensive line looking to take on a larger role. Former Jackrabbit Chris Tracy, Akeem Ward and former Iowa Barnstormer (and Iowa State Cyclone) Rony Nelson provide depth on the defensive line.

Former Minnesota Gopher Kyle Theret returns to the secondary, while Jermaine Robinson, a 6-foot-3 rookie out of Toledo, has shown signs of being an impact player in the defensive backfield. The defense will work under new (and former) defensive coordinator Brian Hermanson, who’s won over the players with enthusiasm and energy.

“It’s a new team and it’s been very competitive in practice,” Knight said. “We have some new guys that have really looked good and pushed the returning guys to get better. We’re not as big as we were, but we have more speed. We definitely have what it takes to be a dominant team.”


Watch Chargers vs Broncos Game Live Online

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San Diego Chargers vs Denver Broncos Live Online

You can watch the game live online, CBS Sports has the game for free!

Watch Live:  http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/video/afc-playoffs 

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