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Fantasy football 2018: Join the Pride of Detroit Pick’em and Survivor leagues

Join our always competitive pick’em leagues!

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We’re literally just two days away from NFL football, and that means it’s time to get your fantasy leagues in order. While we’re already filled up on our Pride of Detroit Fantasy Football league, there are a couple of ways you can still interact with with Pride of Detroit community.

The first is our annual pick’em league. The concept is simple: Pick the winner of each game of the season against the spread. In other words, if the Lions are favored by three to beat the Jets, either pick whether the Lions will win by more than three, or pick the Jets to win with a three point start.

We are using Yahoo for the league, and you can join by going to the Yahoo Pro Pick’Em page, clicking “join group” and entering the following information in the “private group” section:

Group ID: 35100
Password: stafford

Space is limited, so get in there as fast as you can.

If pick’em isn’t your thing, we’re also doing Survivor Football, which is far simpler. Simply pick one team you’re sure is going to win this week. If you’re right, you’re still in the league. If you’re wrong, you’re out.

But here’s the twist, you can only use a team once throughout the entire year. So if you pick the Lions as your Survivor team in Week 1, you can’t use the Lions ever again in 2018.

To join our Survivor league, enter the following information on the Yahoo Survivor page.

Group: 23821
Password: stafford

Again, space is limited, so get in there as fast as you can! Join both leagues if you’d like!

Good luck, everyone!

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