This has been—by far—one of the strangest fantasy football seasons I have ever been a part of, both as a participant and as a writer. And through Week 12, we are beginning to feel the effects of the growing list of fantasy duds of the 2010 season.
A little early if you ask me.
Ah, it was only yesterday it seems. We were all bright eyed and bushy tailed over constructing our new teams with the reliable advice of projections, but now?
Many of us stand in a heap of despair and confusion as our teams have been decimated by injuries, standing in the ruination that shattered the hope of a potential championship.
Larry Fitzgerald has been replaced by Brandon Lloyd, Chris Johnson trumped by Arian Foster, and the Marshall being demoted to a mere deputy; it shall be a forgettable season to say the least.
OK, so it’s a little dramatic, so what?
Come with me and let’s all peruse the carnage that has been left behind thus far. Let us gaze at the ones that “could have been” and ponder just what went wrong.