Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Top 10 signs your fantasy football draft prep will fail

Using This Photo Is A FTT Tradition
10) It involves caring about who the QB will be for the Jets, Dolphins, Jaguars, Cardinals or Seahawks

9) Every time you start to do it, you decide to take a nap instead

8) You decide that this is the year you are just going to use the default rankings and save the nerd work

7) It involves secret proprietary formulas that only you, you utter genius, know about

6) The rankings change a lot depending on what happens in preseason games, beyond season-ending injuries

5) You have become contemptuous of commonly known sleeper picks, since the rankings of others is clearly indicative of some PR failing on the part of the sleeper players

4) You are paying an inordinate amount of attention on playoff week matchups, since knowing which teams will have good defenses three months from now is a lock-certain pick

3) It involves lots of just taking the hometown team, because that kind of homerism is always missed

2) You've read this entire list in the vain hope that it has a single moment of fantasy relevant knowledge (avoid Dexter McCluster, since Peyton Hillis will own his RB catches and Matt Cassel is getting back Tony Moeaki this year, too)

1) You haven't yet come to grips with the fact that fantasy football, like the real thing, is entirely dependent on the random chance element of your stars just not getting hurt

No comments:

Ads In This Size Rule