Greetings, NFP readers!
You may not know me yet, but I’ve been working behind the scenes here at the Post for a year now, handling all kinds of behind-the-scenesy type stuff.
I’m not quite sure what I did to deserve such a killer job to begin with, but on top of that stroke of luck, I was also recently invited to represent the National Football Post in BFL 2010 – a blogger fantasy league sponsored by Proctor & Gamble.
This Thursday, I will be heading to New York for the BFL fantasy draft, which will be held at this little place you may have heard of called the NFL headquarters. No big deal. I will be competing against all kinds of
losers who do nothing but sit in front of their computers while ESPN blares in the background fantasy football experts from around the sports blogosphere. You can learn all about them and their so-called credentials here.
While I do not have the decades of NFL experience or fantasy knowledge boasted by some of my colleagues at NFP, I do have our handy dandy Front Office Draft Guide. With the help of…well, let’s just be real and call it the holy grail of fantasy football, I plan to take down all of my opponents in a very merciless and unladylike manner. (You can do the same to your friends by purchasing one of our guides HERE.) While that would be enough of a reward for me, P&G is also generously donating $10,000 to a charity of the winner's choosing AND sending them to the Super Bowl. I am definitely winning that, and I intedn to do it while smelling really really good, since the P&G product I am representing is Febreze.
The competition will be fierce yet hilarious, complete with regular updates from all the bloggers involved, as well as a video of what is sure to be our pathetic attempt to take over New York City.
I encourage all of you to follow along (and cheer me on!) by following me on Twitter (@dinabanina), checking out my future posts here on NFP, and visiting the Facebook page set up for this campaign: www.facebook.com/takeittothehouse.
Now, as Joe Swanson would say, “BRING ON THE PAAAIIIIN!”