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UFFL League Openings

1. UFFL I - Two

2. UFFL II - None

3. UFFL III - None

4. UFFL IV - One

5. UFFL V - None

6. UFFL VI - None

7. UFFL VII - Two

8. TUKL - One

9. Survivor/DM - None

Contact the Commish @ Torreano@aol.com if you are interested in becoming an owner of any of the above teams.

2016 UFFL Champions

  Kurt Wille   Colorado Chronic
UFFL I Champion

  John Hall       night Knight    
UFFL II Champion

  Dan Queen   Gator Nation
UFFL III Champion

 Brian Fuller  Ground N Pound
UFFL IV Champion

 Dave Torreano  Evil Monkeys
UFFL V Champion

 Bill Kreider  Dragonslayer
UFFL VI Champion

Steve Wyremski Stwongbad
UFFL VII Champion

Dave Torreano Black Knights
TUKL Champion

  Mariano S   Colonel Cow Chips
UFFL Draft Masters Champion

Dave Torreano Michigan Mafia
UFFL Survivor Champion

2016 UFFL Ultimate Champion

Dave Torreano

Evil Monkeys (UFFL V)

Welcome
The Ultimate Fantasy Football Leagues are some of the most fun, competitive, and enduring online fantasy football leagues around. The first UFFL league started in 1995 and has since expanded to nine unique leagues.

UFFL leagues consist of Redraft, Keeper, Dynasty, Standard Draft, Auction, IDP, and Survivor type leagues.

All of the leagues consist of 12 teams and feature head to head play with the playoffs starting in week 14, high performance scoring (ppr), and live scoring. UFFL leagues are hosted by MyFantasyLeague.com, the best fantasy football management site on the Internet. Whether you're a first time owner or a veteran of the game, UFFL has a league for you.

If you're looking to join a dynasty league, check out the Twisted Dynasty Fantasy Football Leagues, established in 2015. The TDFFL consists of six dynasty leagues, all competing in a tiered pyramid system. The goal is to do well in your league and move up the pyramid, qualifying to participate in the following season's Champions Tier League. The TDFFL Leagues are MFL Showcase Leagues. The prize money is 100%, there are no costs to host the sites at MFL.com.

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Signups for the 2017 UFFL and TDFFL leagues are currently ongoing.

Check out the leagues below and best of luck in 2017!

Sincerely,


Dave "Commish" Torreano

UFFL & TDFFL Founder/Commissioner

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2017 UFFL Leagues
Ultimate Fantasy Football League I  Alternate Home Page
League Info | Rules | Auction | Keeper

Ultimate Fantasy Football League II  Alternate Home Page
League Info | Rules | Standard | Redraft

Ultimate Fantasy Football League III  Alternate Home Page
League Info | Rules | Standard | Redraft

Ultimate Fantasy Football League IV  Alternate Home Page
League Info | Rules | Standard | Keeper

Ultimate Fantasy Football League V  Alternate Home Page
League Info | Rules | IDP | Dynasty

Ultimate Fantasy Football League VI  Alternate Home Page
League Info | Rules | Auction | Dynasty

Ultimate Fantasy Football League VII  Alternate Home Page
League Info | Rules | IDP | Dynasty

The Ultimate Keeper League   Alternate Home Page
League Info | Rules | Standard | Keeper

UFFL Draft Masters/Survivor Alternate Home Page
League Info | Rules | Standard | Survivor

2017 TDFFL Leagues
Twisted Dynasty League 1  Alternate Home Page
Rules | Standard | Dynasty  Total Points

Twisted Dynasty League 2  Alternate Home Page
Rules | Standard | Dynasty  Victory Points

Twisted Dynasty League 3  Alternate Home Page
Rules | Standard | Dynasty  Victory Points

Twisted Dynasty League 4  Alternate Home Page
Rules | Standard | Dynasty  Head to Head

Twisted Dynasty League 5  Alternate Home Page
Rules | Standard | Dynasty  Head to Head

Twisted Dynasty League 6  Alternate Home Page
Rules | Auction | Dynasty  Head to Head

Descriptions for Fantasy Football Leagues


Standard Draft Leagues: Standard draft leagues are the most popular and generally begin with teams selecting all their players in a serpentine style draft. Owners then set their lineups each week based on the number of players per position allowed by league rules.

Auction Leagues: In Auction Leagues, owners are given a predetermined amount of money to bid on players to fill their roster. Players are nominated and owners may bid on any player he likes but if an owner overspends on one player, the rest of his roster might suffer because he does not have enough remaining cash to fill other positions with quality players. Going once ... Going twice ... Sold!

Dynasty Leagues: Dynasty leagues are for the serious fantasy football owner and require a commitment over multiple seasons. After the initial draft in a dynasty league's inaugural season, players remain on the same roster from one season to the next unless they are traded or released. Each year after the initial season, a draft is held for rookies and free agents only, so fantasy owners must be more in tune to the talent in college than an owner in a standard draft league. This type of league also allows owners a more realistic experience managing a franchise as they must take into consideration how each transaction affects the future of their franchise.

Redraft Leagues: 18 round fantasy draft every year. If you enjoy drafting an entire team from scratch each year, then choose a Redraft League.

Keeper Leagues: Keeper Leagues are the perfect mix between Dynasty and Redraft Leagues. The first year you have an 18 round draft. Each subsequent year you keep up to four players. You’ll be able to keep your best players while still enjoying an Auction or Draft. This format creates a lot of trading. If you want the realism of a Dynasty League while still enjoying a large draft each year, then Keeper Leagues are for you.

Survivor Leagues: Survivor Leagues can utilize any type of draft, however, they usually use a standard or auction type. What makes a survivor league unique is that the team scoring the least amount of points in a particular week is eliminated for the remainder of the season. So in essence, on a weekly basis all a fantasy owner needs to do is avoid having the lowest score of all teams in the league. Of course, as the as the weeks go by and the number of teams drop, it becomes increasingly difficult to do just that. The last team remaining after all others have been booted is the survivor and is crowned league champion.

IDP Leagues: This type of league utilizes defensive players on an individual basis rather than as a defensive unit, which is common among most other types of leagues. The additional players and positions to fill require owners in an IDP league to do a lot more research to determine which defensive players to draft, and when.

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TDFFL Home

TDFFL Rule Book

TDFFL League Openings

1. TDFFL 1 - None

2. TDFFL 2 - One

3. TDFFL 3 - None

4. TDFFL 4 - None

5. TDFFL 5 - One

6. TDFFL 6 - None

Contact the Commish @ Torreano@aol.com if you are interested in joining any of the above 3rd year dynasty leagues.

2016 TDFFL Champions

  Jim Childs   Magpies
TDFFL 1 Champion
  Allen Babb   Kibbles N Vicks
TDFFL 2 Champion

   Ron C.             The TakeOver        
TDFFL 3 Champion

     Skyler          Living in a Fantasy World  
TDFFL 4 Champion

Chris Hanson Waiver Wire Heroes
TDFFL 5 Champion

    Bill Scheibler     Denim Chicken
TDFFL 6 Champion


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