The invoicing deadline for FY2011 E-rate requests is October 29, so we are going to give our "experts" a couple of weeks off. During this time we have special guest appearances lined up from your E-rate guides with some picks.

"Go with Trent Richardson this week. Because he is on my fantasy football team and he better do well. Seriously, he's a beast and playing the Colts." - Zach

"Sit Shonn Greene. Last week was a fluke." - Stephen

"Start Darren McFadden. Playing at home against weak Jags D. Also, I just realized that we are not near as funny as the specialists." - Nick


Marquee Matchups

Ravens over Texans

Panthers over Cowboys

Bears over Lions


We received the following questions (really) via Twitter.

@FFL I have Donnie Avery slotted as WR3. I'd like to pick up a free agent WR. Who would you recommend in a deep league? "Jeremy Kerley is a solid option available in most leagues. Dual threat receiver and special teams. (Insert Funny Joke)." - Nick


If this is your first experience with Funds For Learning's Fantasy Football Friday's you might be a bit confused, and rightfully so - our expertise is in E-rate (we're pretty good at alliteration too), but not Fantasy Football.

What is Funds For Learning?

Funds For Learning, LLC, is an E-rate compliance firm. We specialize in guiding E-rate applicants through the E-rate regulatory process. We have more than 150 combined years of experience in providing professional advice and assistance relating to the E-rate program.

What is E-rate?

The E-rate program provides discounts on certain services and products that are essential for classrooms and libraries to receive voice, video, and data communications. You can see if your local school district is making the most of available technology funding and is utilizing the E-rate program here.