Posts Tagged ‘fantasy football salary cap’

Super Bowl and Pro Bowl Fantasy Games and Predictions

Sunday, January 27th, 2013

super bowl fantasy footballThere might be no harder game to predict in sports then the NFL all-star game. Some players see this game as a three hour annoyance in a other wise great vacation, while others like say Brandon Marshal treat the game as a person showcase. After the terrible effort shown at last years Pro Bowl commissioner Rodger Goodell threatened to cancel the event due to a lack of effort shown by the players. If that wasn’t motivating enough seeing an old vet like Peyton Manning calling for a better game should rally the teams to put out a better effort. Here are my predictions for Pro-bowl MVP. (more…)

Salary Cap Fantasy Football

Friday, May 28th, 2010

Just like with all the other types of fantasy football leagues and games out there, Fantasy Football Sportal tries to stay on top of all the Salary Cap games that are on the web.

Salary Cap games are unique and allow the fantasy user to both play a short duration fantasy game, while also picking fantasy football players based off a pre-designated salaries. The pre-designated salaries are based on that players performance. The top salaries will be fantasy football studs like Chris Johnson, Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson and Peyton Manning. The higher the salary, the better the player.

These games have a “salary cap” to stay under. Your team must be under that designated number in order to be eligible for that week. Fantasy football does a great job at making you a General Manager, Salary Cap Fantasy Football makes that job a bit more challenging.

For all Salary Cap games and updates, check back here at FFS:

Fantazzle Fantasy Football

Fantazzle has weekly Salary Cap games, Season Long salary cap games, and a special Sunday SuperStakes Salary Cap game for fantasy football.