Every year, I partake in a fantasy football league put on by a league grandmaster and good friend who does not maintain website that I can reference, so instead I will reference this site as it is a second home to him.
This year, I started out weak. Throughout the season, unbeknownst to the other participants, I gathered strength for what was to be my surprise comeback. The playoffs approached and I sat comfortably toward the back of the success drawer. The league grandmaster split us up into two playoff tournaments. The top half of participants made it into the official playoffs and the bottom half of participants were dropped into The Horse’s Ass Tournament. After hearing of my placement in T.H.A.T., I knew it was my moment to shine. I bowled over the other competitors making my way to number one in the tournament. The grandmaster was in awe as I barreled my way to the top scoring 147 points in the final week. Upon becoming the bottom ranking champion, I was presented with the trophy of kings.
Do I pretend to follow football? No. Do I make uninformed decisions for my fantasy team based on gut instinct? Yes.
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