NFL.com Fantasy Football 2013 now available in the Windows Store

NFL.com Fantasy Football 2013 now available in the Windows Store

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Today, the NFL has released the NFL.com Fantasy Football 2013 app for Windows 8 in the Windows Store. Football season is just getting started and I know a lot of my friends have begun setting their lineups for their Fantasy Football teams.

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NFL.com Fantasy Football 2013 comes with some fantastic features:

  • LIVE SCORING: Follow your teams and players in real time with Game Center featuring the exclusive live scoring chart
  • VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS: Watch in-game video highlights to track your team like never before on game day
  • SET YOUR LINEUP: Start or bench players with roster management
  • PLAYER NEWS: Get official news and injury updates, direct from NFL.com
  • MANAGE MULTIPLE TEAMS: Access and control all of your NFL.com teams and leagues

Download NFL.com Fantasy Football 2013 from the Windows Store today!

Read this blog post on Xbox Wire for more on our NFL partnership and NFL content on the Xbox One, Surface and Windows devices! And stay tuned for more on apps from the NFL to come to the Windows Store – including NFL Mobile – in the coming weeks. You can download NFL Mobile for your Windows Phone today!

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  • Microsoft rocks, and I can see the future (haha) ... yes, MS stock is going to explode every year from now on since Windows 8.0 rocks (can't wait until 8.1 is on my desktop), Office365 is amazing (how can you beat that price for the average personal use, eh? ... bz is scooping it up so far!), and I am definitely going to invest (or just buy? hehe) in the at least one XBoxOne, after seeing Xbox SmartGlass on my android.  Android you say?  Well.. of course I will be upgrading soon to Windows phone. Your cloud, SkyDrive rocks, and syncing is too cool. Thank you Mr Gates, Mr Ballmer, and everyone else at Microsoft... how about a future slogan "Microsoft Rocks" playing a classic Bob Dylan song, or something. Peace out...