6 enter Reformer Fantasy Football Contest

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The Boldin the Beautiful, Knockin' on Evans Door, and Forte Shades of Grey are clearly the best G-rated Fantasy Football team names of 2016.

But the best lineups are the half dozen entered in the Reformer Fantasy Football Contest, which allows its participants to take any two quarterbacks, running backs, receivers and tight ends. And the rules are simple: the squad that scores the most touchdowns in Week 1 will be crowned the champion.

The NFL season begins tonight, with a Super Bowl rematch between the Panthers and Broncos. Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson, who is on five of the six rosters in this competition, will face the Titans on Sunday. And Pittsburgh playmaker Antonio Brown — the top pick in many PPR drafts — will take center stage on Monday night.

Good luck to the entries below! Anyone interested in playing in the Week 2 contest, should email their lineup to sports@reformer.com by Wednesday at noon.

CHRIS ROBERTS >> Aaron Rodgers, Russell Wilson, Jordy Nelson, Julian Edelman, Adrian Peterson, Eddie Lacy, Antonio Gates, Jimmy Graham.

RON COVEY >> Aaron Rodgers, Derek Carr, Antonio Brown, Amari Cooper, Todd Gurley, Doug Martin, Jared Cook, Greg Olsen.

KEITH RIVET >> Cam Newton, Russell Wilson, Odell Beckham Jr., Julio Jones, Zeke Elliott, Adrian Peterson, Rob Gronkowski, Julius Thomas.

LARRY BOBER SR. >> Eli Manning, Ben Roethlisberger, Antonio Brown, Odell Beckham Jr., Adrian Peterson, D'Angelo Williams, Rob Gronkowski, Travis Kelce.

LARRY BOBER JR. >> Kirk Cousins, Aaron Rodgers, Amari Cooper, Odell Beckham Jr., Latavius Murray, Adrian Peterson, Rob Gronkowski, Jordan Reed.

SANDY SHRIVER >> Aaron Rodgers, Blake Bortles, Antonio Brown, Amari Cooper, Adrian Peterson, Todd Gurley, Rob Gronkowski, Jordan Reed.


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