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Pros vs Joes
2017 Pros vs Joes

Who are the real "experts" in fantasy football? Are they the people who risk thousands of dollars in entry fees to enter high stakes fantasy football leagues? Or are they the people whose articles and player rankings that we read on a daily basis across the various industry websites, and through social media?

The 2017 FFPC Pros vs Joes Draft Challenge enters its 9th year of competition. As in the past, the competition pits the high stakes players (Joes) of the FFPC (Fantasy Football Players Championship) against a slew of fantasy industry experts (the Pros).

Take a look at the industry stalwarts that FFPC players had the opportunity to draft and compete against in this year's competition.

Six individual 28 round drafts are conducted in a best ball (DraftExperts) format to see who the best fantasy prognosticators are, as they draft BEFORE the preseason games of the NFL get cranked up.

Prizes for the league winners in 2017 once again consist of FREE entries into the 2018 FFPC Main Event valued at $1,750 per entry. That's a 1 in 12 shot at a huge prize for each participant, so this continues to be a highly coveted, limited, and exclusive contest.

The 2016 Draft dates have been announced:

Sunday, Monday & Tuesday 7/23, 7/24, 7/25
Sunday, Monday & Tuesday 7/30, 7/31, 8/1

So how does one get an invitation to participate?

The "Joes" consist of players from the Fantasy Football Players Championship. Candidates for selection are pulled from those players who register early for the 2017 FFPC Main Event.

Registration by Wednesday, May 31st, 2017 makes you eligible for the drawing. In addition, you will receive $100 off the regular price for the first team, and $250 off the regular price for each additional team. Each team purchased counts toward one (virtual) ping pong ball in the selection lottery.

The "Pros" consist of industry experts/analysts, and are included via an invite-only basis after consideration by the FantasyMojo/FFPC selection committee.

A complete archive of the Pros vs Joes competition is HERE .

The FFPC information page for this year's competition can be found HERE .