Fantasy Football is Awesome
As a lifelong supporter of the Atlanta Falcons and Georgia Bulldogs, my lofty expectations were dashed early this football season. Thankfully, I discovered a new football flavored outlet when I was invited to play Fantasy Football. After the initial skepticism subsided it did not take me long to realize Fantasy Football is awesome.
Fantasy Football Makes Every NFL Sunday More Exciting
If the team you support is having a rough year, or they flat out suck, Fantasy Football will cure those bad team blues. Fantasy Football offers participants incentive to care about a meaningless regular season National Football League game. Simply add one of the players involved in said contest to your Fantasy Football team, and your interest should soar.
A lot of People Play Fantasy Football
The popularity of Fantasy Football has risen dramatically in recent years. According to the New Jersey Star Ledger, more than 35 million people in the United States and Canada participate in Fantasy Football.
Fantasy Football is Not Time Consuming.
In 2009, I tried my hand at Fantasy Baseball, because an acquaintance had a spot available. I regret that decision to this day. Fantasy Baseball was not my cup of tea, as it involved daily checking of lineups and a ton of roster maneuvering. By comparison, Fantasy Football requires much less effort since players are active one time in a given week.
The Dark Side of Fantasy Football
In part two of this series, the darker side of Fantasy Football will be explored. Topics include: the Fantasy Football addiction, jerks who heckle their “players” on Twitter and Lady Luck being a fickle bitch when determining winners and losers.