The 2010 fantasy football season came and went so fast, leaving many fantasy owners that didn’t make their league’s fantasy football playoffs hanging out to dry, while the last of them are likely competing for a championship in the Week 17 NFL regular season finale.
However, contrary to popular belief, the fantasy football season is far from over. While standard season long fantasy football leagues have met their end, there remains at least one fantasy site where you can keep your fantasy football season running.
With the NFL Playoffs upon us in less than two full weeks, fantasy enthusiasts can still get thier fantasy football fix with fantasy football playoff games at Fantazzle.com, while also having the chance to compete against other fantasy users for cash prizes.
Fantazzle will be offering two fantasy football playoff games for the NFL Playoffs, the Fantasy Football Playoff Challenge game, and the Fantasy Football Playoff Salary Cap game.
The Fantasy Football Playoff Challenge game allows users to select a roster of any players they choose, while lasting for the full duration of the NFL Playoffs. While fantasy users have their choice of the players that will be on their final roster, they must take into account the players that can score the most points, while also lasting the longest in the playoffs. The game lasts for all four rounds of the NFL Playoffs, crowning the final winners following the Super Bowl.
The Fantasy Football Salary Cap game is much different than the Challenge game, allowing users to participate in competitive fantasy football playoff action every week of the playoffs. Simply select a roster of 2 QB, 3 RB, 3 WR, and 2 TE while remaining under the $1 million fantasy salary cap, and go up against opponents for cash prizes each week. The game is offered for each round of the playoffs, allowing fantasy fans to go to battle with new teams each week, giving users four chances to end their fantasy football season with a win and some cash.
With their fantasy football playoff games, Fantazzle extends the thrill and excitement of the fantasy football season, while giving fantasy fans several more opportunities to end the season on a high note. With different entry fee games and game sizes, both games appeal to all types of fantasy football enthusiasts.