I Am a God at Fantasy Football

imagesThis summer, I decided that I wanted to try out fantasy football. It had always appealed to me, as I follow football religiously. Fast forward a month, and I have created my own league and we’ve already drafted. After a few trades though took a step back and said, “Holy shit, I have an incredible team.” I have the top 2 projected players: Antonio Brown and Odell Beckham Jr.

But my surplus of talent doesn’t stop there, and it never will. So far today, I’ve had trade talks with seven different teams. I already made one blockbuster deal for Odell, then another to upgrade from Philip Rivers to Drew Brees. I’m also in the process of finalizing a deal to bring in Larry Fitzgerald, just to trade him away. I am just too good at fantasy football. It’s not fair to the rest of the league. It’s the art of the deal. I’m constantly looking at other teams ’til I find a player I want, then don’t stop ’til I get him at a snowball price.

Every player, or chess piece as I refer to them as, is just trade bait for someone else. Just keep trading and upgrading with no end in sight. It’s like in Breaking Bad when Walt has a mountain of cash and is like, “What do I with this?” I can sympathize with you, Heisenberg.

With all this being said, expect all posts of this nature referring to fantasy football, or just the NFL, or college football for that matter because why not.

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