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4 hours ago, Myles said:

Is there a league for this forum?

There are actually a few leagues on this forum with just Colts fans.

I know Narcoys has his PPR league setup and the other is the Elite/Joe's League (which is very competitive).

 

The top two teams from the Joe's League and the bottom two teams in the Elite League switch places every season. We have spots open in the Joe's League if you are interested. I am commish of the Joe's League by the way.

 

If you want to see the discussion about the Elite League rules check out the forum topic "Fantasy Football 2018 League."

 

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15 hours ago, Hamboning Will Save URLife said:

@Colt92

I was in the Elite league last year. Do you have any spots open in your league? Unfortunately I was second to last in the Elite.☹️

If that is the case you should have moved to our other fantasy league. Were you here under a different name?

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The Joe's league should have spots open, from what I know. Colt92 should be able to hook you up, you guys are right on time for that. :) 

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