50 Reasons Your Fantasy Football Team Won't Be Competitive in 2012

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50 Reasons Your Fantasy Football Team Won't Be Competitive in 2012
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You didn't draft me in the ninth round this year, right? Good boy.

I know you because I've drafted with you. I shook my head when you snagged Adam Vinatieri in the 9th round, and I felt a little embarrassed on your behalf when you drafted Randy Moss last season.

And, honestly, I don't want to see it happen again.

Sure, it's nice to know there are a couple teams in my league that I know I'll beat when the schedule rolls around, but, like selling a blind kid a dead parakeet and some baseball cards, every win over a team with an unfilled starting roster leaves me with an empty feeling inside.

So read this. And actually follow its advice this year, instead of stubbornly clinging to your habits because leagues change and so can players. But only if you pay attention to the next fifty slides, instead of feeling "unlucky" because you drafted a player who tore his ACL in training camp and "ESPN didn't adjust its rankings!"

2012 is a new year. Make it a less embarrassing one.

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