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The White Papers – Fantasy Football Pros & Cons

Dec 16, 2010; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers receiver Vincent Jackson (83) celebrates after catching a 58-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter as San Francsico 49ers linebacker Manny Lawson (99) and safety Reggie Smith (30) look on at Qualcomm Stadium. Photo via Newscom

I was recently contacted by a representative of letting me know about a PDF called The White Papers. This work, is about the pro’s and con’s fantasy football has brought to daily life since it’s new found growth in the internet age.

Personally, I’ve been playing fantasy football since 1991 (started at age eleven) when my father and a few uncles got into a private league. Back then many people didn’t know what fantasy sports were, and it was more of a coltish thing.

Today, some claim fantasy sports are costing business owners more money than what the fantasy industry brings in each (estimated 4 billion dollars) year. Be it that I’m an owner of a fantasy sports website, I probably don’t need to tell you my views of that claim.

Anyway, below I have a link to the PDF of The White Papers for you to read and discern for yourself if fantasy sports are good for you or not.

Fantazzle Fantasy Sports and Michael Sprouse have done a good job on this work and I recommend you take a look at it. Enjoy.

Click Link Below For Free PDF of The White Papers

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