Monday Morning Regrets: Week 11

Through some inexplicable miracle, I’m still a contender in both of my leagues. I know, I’m shocked, too. In my first league, I’m currently up 160.1-130.4. All of my players are done so that’s my final score, but my opponent still has K.J. Wright. Technically, my opponent could make a comeback, but the likelihood that a defensive player will get 30 points is unlikely. Not impossible, but unlikely.

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Knock on wood.

Superstitious thoughts
Would that help the Broncos win?
Is this all my fault?

In my other league, I’m actually matched up against my darling husband, Jon. Jon has been having a terrible season in this league and he was projected to lose to me by about 25 points. That distance started to increase as the games went on yesterday, especially when some of Jon’s players like Adrian Peterson and Jordy Nelson only got 3 or 2 points, respectively.

Then the Cowboys played.

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God dammit, Dak.

Overall, Dak Prescott has been a great quarterback for fantasy football. With only a couple exceptions, he’s put up great points for me. Unfortunately, this is one of those exceptions because Dak threw THREE interceptions and Jon’s quarterback, Carson Wentz, did not. I still have Tevin Coleman in tonight’s game, but considering I’m currently losing by 27 points, I think I’m looking at a loss in that league. Luckily, my husband is a gracious winner.

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Unlike me. I’m insufferable.

As for the Denver Broncos, they lost their sixth goddamn game in a row. To the Bengals. I mean, at least it wasn’t a blow out like that time we played the Chargers (or the Giants), but it was still pretty depressing.

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Stop gloating, Rivers.

At least Cris Collinsworth wasn’t announcing so I didn’t have to listen to him repeatedly say, “When I played football . . .”

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We know, you once played.
That’s enough, Cris Collinsworth
SHUT UP ALREADY

This morning, the Broncos fired Mike McCoy, the offensive coordinator. As Jon said, “Mike McCoy is a weird way to spell Vance Joseph, but okay.” It’s a step in the right direction, but it’s hard to feel optimistic about anything involving this season. Although, pathetically enough, we’re still in the hunt for a wildcard slot only because this has been a terrible season of football.

This season is bad
I’m dreaming of next season
Maybe we won’t suck

A girl can dream.

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