Sep 16 2013
As we’ve told you numerous times, fantasy football is a way of life for us.
Ever since we were sophomore in high school way back at the turn of the millennium, we’ve spent countless hours researching players for drafts, talking crap amongst close friends and strangers and wondering what kicker is actually going to have a pretty good year.
With us spending so much time on a computer game (essentially), it got us thinking about some of the worst things about actually being part of a league.
And these are what we came up with.
6. Constantly Updating
OK, so it’s pretty dope that you just landed both Adrian Peterson and Peyton Manning somehow, but guess what, the rest of your team are just a bunch of B-level guys who aren’t as consistent plays as those two.
So instead of just setting your lineup on Monday each week and not worrying about who plays who, you find yourself getting caught up in different matchups and even start checking forecasts to see if your backup QB plays in a blistery game when filling in for Peyton.
It might not be real, but the hours wasted thinking or updating your team definitely are real.
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