There is no doubt fantasy football is one of the most irrational sports games in existence.
We obsess about the monotony of stat lines instead of the action on the field. We cheer for guys we don’t like on teams we can’t stand. Most fantasy players have no issue picking up a player who will destroy their favorite team if it means getting the win that week.
But let’s not get ahead of ourselves: fantasy football is fun. Few things foster better trash talking, work distractions and overall male bonding than organizing a fantasy football league.
Despite these positives, the game is not perfect.
From adjusting some scoring rules to adding a few new players to the roster, here are five additions that would improve fantasy football.