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Official 2010 Arrowhead Pride Fantasy Football League

We've done a few fantasy football leagues in the past and this year along with SB Nation we've teamed up with to do one.

The big difference this year is that it's a paid league. A few SB Nation bloggers have told me that it's one of the few, and maybe the only paid league that's worth it.

Our Redskins blogger: "I've used the last ten years with 12 teams. It by far is the best league out there which is why they charge $. Teams can write mock news articles on the homepage. I'm excited for this. The admin console you can customize ANYTHiNG imaginable with rules and teams."

Mock news articles on the home page could actually be kind of fun. Future headline: "Team Joel Thorman routs team Chris Thorman." Then Chris will post his own article talking about the time in 2003 he traded for LaDainian Tomlinson when he already had Priest Holmes. It's the only good move he's had in fantasy football.

The league we're doing is the Fantasy Football Commissioner League.

So this league normally costs $180 but our deal with CBS Sports gets us 50% off. So if you're interested in this league, make sure you use this link to get the 50% off. We'd recommend doing ten teams per league. The total would be $90 so about $9 per person. Plus, with the amount of trash talk that I'll be doing, you'll probably want to be in on it.

One person will set up the league and take the hit on the $90 (14-day free trial so you're not committing immediately) then others will join the league. We'll help with any coordination of payouts and/or setting up leagues if you need it. If you join a league and don't pay, you will be subject to ridicule on AP.

Disclosure: 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 Fantasy Football Commissioner League.

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