Fantasy football never ends at NFL.com!

I just got back to Los Angeles after a holiday vacation back home in Connecticut.

It snowed twice and I came back with a cold (I think everyone in that state is sick right now!). But it wasn’t all bad — I spent a lot of time with family, which is always good. I also saw all of my closest friends, most of whom are married and have (or are having) kids. It’s amazing how fast time flies.

I also met the most amazing woman in the world, Sera Scott, who’s not only an incredible person but also a fan of the Dallas Cowboys (my favorite team)! Guys, you have to love it when you meet a beautiful, intelligent woman who loves football, no less your favorite team.

I think Sera is stuck with me!

So now I’m back at work, and believe it or not, getting ready for 2009. Sure, there’s still a little matter of the current postseason and our Playoff Challenge game (sign up now!). But we here at NFL.com don’t turn to fantasy basketball or baseball when the football season is over.

In our minds, the fantasy football season never ends.

I’ll continue to answer your questions in my Fantasy mailbag and provide in-depth analysis on every coaching change, every personnel move and every event on the NFL schedule that will have an affect on fantasy football. We’ll have rankings, special features and everything you need to feed that fantasy football monster that’s inside of us all.

Sure, the other fantasy sports are fun, but football is your passion. It’s my passion. And we here at NFL.com cover it inside and out even after the the Super Bowl XLIII champion has been crowned.

I’d also love to hear from you! Send me all of your questions, suggestions and anything else that’s on your mind to AskFabiano@nfl.com.

Happy New Year!

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