Last-Place Fantasy Football Owner Forced to Recreate Selena Gomez Music Video

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistJanuary 27, 2016

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Depending on what kind of fantasy football league you're in, avoiding a last-place finish can be just as satisfying as winning it.

Just ask the guy in this video.

According to Deadspin's Samer Kalaf, a fantasy football owner named Daniel had to recreate a music video for finishing in last place. To make matters worse, said music video was picked by the owners of the teams that made the playoffs. 

The call: "Good for You" by Selena Gomez.

It's a rather steamy video, which means it was a great choice to thoroughly humiliate the owner of a last-place team.

After all, isn't that the goal of these punishments?

Some leagues reward winners with cash prizes. In others, the goal is for the owners to not finish in the cellar. After seeing Daniel's video as well as a "Chandelier" recreation, more leagues should include punishments for failure.

It's the best way to ensure nobody quits midseason—and it gives the non-losers something to feel good about if if they didn't win the league.  

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