Oct 04 2013
It’s only been four weeks, but how’s your fantasy football team going?
Well if you want to know how ours is, we’re 1-3, and pretty pissed off about some tough luck losses in getting to this point.
Worrying about how to turnaround our season, we’re looking at trades and sleeper free agent pickups.
Even as we try to change our team though, the pain of some bad losses won’t just go away, and that’s why we’re giving you the six worst ways you can possibly lose in fantasy football—and trust that at least one of these just happened to us.
If you own Ray Rice this year, you know how this feels.
Taking a guy with a first or second-round pick usually means that you count on that player to sit in your lineup all season long and not worry about their performances at all.
So when they are in the entire game, yet rush for just 30 yards on 20 carries, fumble and get a few catches for under 10 yards, you sit and pray that the receiver you picked up mid-week can pick up the slack—though he rarely ever does.
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