So you probably are already aware of the fact that I am a pretty big football fan, I’m not sure
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I just happened to be league champion in my primary fantasy football league this year… AGAIN. I said “my primary fantasy football league” because I took part in 4 leagues this year, which was entirely too many by the way, but I won the league that was most important to me. The answer to the question ‘what to do about winning your fantasy football league…again?’ may seem obvious to some. One could celebrate by posting news of their victory all over the world wide web, or by reminding the other opponents each day for 364 days of the following year that you dominated them. My fantasy football team name just happens to be DomiNATE so that would work out nicely for me.
These are all great ideas unless you happen to be the league commissioner each year, as I am. Too many first place finishes will lead to skepticism and suspicion that the league might be rigged. So if you happen to find yourself in my position, here are a few suggestions:
1) The 5 Year Plan. Only really try to win every 5th year, this will keep the other league players still interested and excited about being in your fantasy league each year and will lessen the thought that it might be rigged. Which it isn’t anyways.
I know there a lot of you out there that think I am already a loser… but to you I say, you are right, I have no gaming skills. So why did I play fantasy football? Well, at first it was to see what the fuss was all about, then it grew into fun and made me love football even more. I have been playing now for 4 years roughly and I have never won or even placed for that matter. Is it because I haven’t picked the right quarterback? Or maybe not the right defense, because defense wins games. Maybe because I don’t drink enough coffee, coffee is the life blood that fuels champions
What a bunch of sports nuts! Yes, I am one of them, one of those guys who updates his fantasy team multiple times per week during the NFL’s regular season. There is so much to look forward to each week for the fantasy football enthusiast