Fantasy Football Trophy – Tap Award

Due to increasrd prices for the parts, we are forced to increase the price of our Tap Award fantasy football trophy. The new price will be $145.00 and will be posted before the end of this week.

If you’re planning on purchasing this trophy, do it soon to avoid the price increase.

Fantasy Sports Trophies wins largest contract in company history

I’m proud to announce that Fantasy Sports Trophies/ has won the largest contract in company history with Marlboro Township NJ.  The total contact is worth approximately $16,000 for 2013 with possible annual renewals for 2014 and 2015 making the potential total value of the contract $48,000.

“This is a great moment for  We’ve grown our internet-based business to become on of the strongest retailers on the net”, said Tom Harkins, President – Fantasy Sports Trophies.  “Now we are using our size to aggressively move into the regional side of the business, we plan on making bids for other large contacts in the region and beyond.”

Sleeper QB Picks for Fantasy Football

The guys over at are out with their Sleeper QB picks.

I have to say that I like Eric’s picks better than Jim’s but putting Luck (IND) ahead of a lot of guys is a big mistake. Luck will struggle this year. I don’t care how NFL ready the scouts say he is. Does anyone remember the can’t miss talents of Heath Schuler an Ryan Leaf? If you want to be successful in fantasy football remember this quote, “make your RBs young and your QBs old”.

I like two QBs in the AFC West. Last year everyone was in love with Phillip Rivers (SD) and admittedly he had a bad year. But, he’s fallen out of the top 10 in most drafts and the San Diego office is still going to revolve around him.

My darker dark-horse is another AFC West QB, Carson Palmer (OAK). He numbers look terrible from last season but remember that he was traded mid-season and thrown into OAK’s staring line up. His numbers steadily improved over last season and I think he has some good targets to throw to.