Fantasy Football For St. Jude

Most of you already know that I am hosting a massive Fantasy Football event on Fantrax to support St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. I have a College Fantasy Contest and an NFL one if you would like to join. I have dubbed them “Eliminator” leagues as you set your lineup each week selecting whoever you would like with the catch being that you can only select a player once per season.

I want to make sure everyone remembers that this is for charity. I am working on possibly getting prizes donated but I can’t guarantee that. If you are interested in joining, follow the links above to the respective league you would care to join. There is no required donation to join but I ask that you consider donating whatever you are comfortable with. No amount is too small. If you would like to donate CLICK HERE

 

I have setup the CFB and the NFL leagues differently so here are the details to those:

CFB Eliminator League: You must fill out your roster each week. May choose anyone from entire FBS. Once player is chosen he will not be allowed to be chosen in any other week. (Ex: Lamar Jackson is chosen as QB in week 1. Lamar Jackson can not be used again for rest of season.)

Roster size of 14

4QB, 4 RB, 4 WR, 2 Flex

Click the link below to sign up

https://www.fantrax.com/newui/publicLeagues.go?sport=NCAAF

 

After clicking link, join the  “Fantasy for St. Jude”

 

NFL Eliminator League: You must fill out your roster each week. May choose anyone from entire NFL. Once player is chosen he will not be allowed to be chosen in any other week. (Ex: Tom Brady is chosen as QB in week 1. Tom Brady can not be used again for the entire season.) The main differences from the NFL and CFB leagues is the roster construction. In the NFL league defensive players are used and the flex is a superflex.

Roster size of 12

1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, 1 TE, 1 Superflex, 1 DE, 1 DT, 1 LB, 1 CB, S

Click the link below to sign up

https://www.fantrax.com/newui/publicLeagues.go?sport=NFL

 

After clicking link, join “Fantasy for St. Jude”