June 2009 Blog Postings

The Javascript option within our fantasy football API section has been upgraded. For those who used the previous version, there's nothing you need to do. The old version simply listed the Top 5 players at each position in one block. The new version lists the Top 20 at each position along with a dynamic menu allowing a visitor to change positions.

Thanks to all who emailed asking if I was back from Mexico yet. Yes - I'm back in the States and back to work. Puerto Vallarta was wonderful. Thank you to my friends at Apple Vacations for an incredible time.

I'm heading down to Puerto Vallarta tomorrow for a few days, but as I procrastinate packing for my trip, I'm taking a few minutes to review today's rankings. Many of the rankings are what we would expect for the elite players, but the defensive rankings have me a little confused.

Welcome to Fantasy Football 2009! After months of work, the Nerd is new and improved for the 2009 NFL season. As I alluded to last month, there are a number of changes that you'll see and some you won't.

Just a quick note that the Nerd's Fantasy Football API is up and ready for 2009.

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