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Are You Ready For Some (Fantasy) Football?

| 12:29 pm August 29, 2007 | Comments (9)

We have decided to do a fantasy football league for the 2007 NFL season.

It is called Weather Geeks.

There are only three qualifications….

1. You have to be a weather geek.
2. You have to know what fantasy football is.
3. You have to come up with a great weather related name for your team.

Send me a note by Friday afternoon at 5 p.m. My email is: bill.murray@theweathercompany.com

Tell me what makes you a weather geek, what your fantasy football experience is and what your team name will be. I will pick from the best responses.

The draft is tentatively set for online Saturday morning, September 1, at 9:30 a.m. This could change.

You will be playing with me, Mornin’ Man Jason Simpson, the incomparable James Spann, Mr. Fantasy Bill Hardekopf, the Alabama weather legend J.B. Elliott and perhaps one or two more Weather Company members.

You will be playing for Meteorological Sports Glory.

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  1. Dan James says:

    Well I don’t know what ‘Fantasy Football’ is but . . .
    I’ll have a go at the “NEW ORLEANS ‘SUBMARINERS’”!
    And that’s all I’m ‘gonna say about that.

    Have a wet day, Dan

  2. ralph says:

    How about the defunked team from various pro leagues that Birmingham hosted:

    The Birmingham Heat

  3. Shannon says:

    How about The Tuscaloosa Eyewalls..lol!!

  4. Kevin Brant says:

    Fantasy football is like you being the manager and picking your team and overall rating and managing your team. free agents come into play here.

    i know that TVS stands for tornado vortex signature

    The Cullman significant weather alert (team name)

  5. Acid Reign says:

    …..Not a huge fantasy football fan, but, I will say that I thought the old “Portland Storm,” from the WFL, I think, was really good name. Did you know that Marty Schottenheimer played linebacker on that team?

  6. Marlin says:

    I’m game for some fantasy football. I’m gonna brainstorm for a min.

  7. Throwbacks says:

    Stumbled on your site quite by accident, I’m glad I did. I’m always on the lookout for a new football resource and your site really fit the bill :)

    thanks,
    Denise

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