It's definitely that time of year again.
Fantasy football owners are preparing for their drafts by researching every possible skilled position player in the NFL, tracking their projected stats, picking up every fantasy football magazines at the super market, formulating a strategy come draft day and even conducting their own mock drafts.
It's a multimillion dollar a year business, and fantasy participants enjoy playing a game giving them a vested interest in other NFL teams separate from the one they personally root for.
But has fantasy football gone too far?
Is it to the point where few care to root for their home team and instead only focus on the fictitious "fantasy" team they've constructed?
Here are three reasons why fantasy football is ruining the real NFL experience.