Every fantasy owner has a horror story.
Whether it’s injuries, poor performance from your own players or otherworldly production from your opponents' squads, anyone who’s played fantasy football long enough has a story to tell about why his or her team has failed to meet expectations.
Of course, injuries are a part of the game—and they hurt the players involved more than the typical fantasy owner—but when it happens to guys on your team, you tend to have a bigger gripe than when you’re watching a zero pop up in your competitor’s score column.
This season, there have been more than enough crazy occurrences for fantasy owners to have had matchups decided largely by one or two players.
Let’s review some of the more dynamic fantasy developments this season. Maybe they’ve helped win you a matchup or two. Maybe they’ve cost you a matchup or two.
Or maybe, to this point, they’ve ruined your season.