One of my better friends loves playing Fantasy Football. And when I say "love," it isn't one team, passively making up a lineup or not taking that would be draft of players important, but rather having to set his lineup by kick off Thursday night at 8 p.m. and telling me he has to take the day off to get prepared.
That seems a little extreme, but then again he also is in multiple leagues and pretty much could argue that Fantasy Football is his version of a part time job.
Oh, and did I mention that he's single?
While that fact doesn't necessarily mean much, nor is it suggesting that Fantasy Football players are all men or women without a significant other, but my friend has admitted that he's rather selfish when it comes to football and Fantasy Football for that matter but also that he's managing multiple leagues and that takes precedence over his relationship life.
In thinking of said friend and his propensity to put Fantasy Football (and fantasy sports in general; you can't forget about his multiple baseball teams as well), I started to wonder if Fantasy Football, with all its popularity and the millions who play it every season, if somehow being such a lover of fantasy could disrupt your reality?
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