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Monday Morning Regrets: Week 17

I know I’ve been slacking on these posts, but depression is a bitch and doesn’t like to let me do things like write blog posts or function like a normal human being. However, I’m slowly crawling my way out of the hole I’ve been in and I wanted to do a football post during this last weekend of regular season games and do a wrap up of my fantasy season.

League #1: Fuck You, Gronk

In my first league, I made it to the playoffs but I was knocked out of contention by my darling husband who is, thankfully, a much more graceful winner than I am.

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I don’t play well with others.

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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.

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

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Monday Morning Regrets: Week 10

In a somewhat pleasant turn of events, it appears that I will end up winning both of my match ups this week. In one of them, I only squeaked by with a win of 114.9-114.2, but I’ll take what I can get. In the other match up, my opponent still has one player left (Devin Funchess), but our scores currently stand at 92-55 so I’m pretty sure I’m okay.

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Thanks, Tyrod Taylor!

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Monday Morning Regrets: Week 9

Oh, week 9. With half of my good players on a bye week and the other half injured, I didn’t come in feeling very optimistic. This feeling only deepened after Thursday’s game when LeSean McCoy only earned me 2.5 points. I know he can’t have 30 point games every week, but to not even break double digits was depressing. Subsequently, I blame this depression for the questionable quarterback choice I ended up making. In one of my leagues, I had Trevor Siemian as my quarterback and no back up since the Broncos were past their bye week.

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I dropped Rivers like a bad habit.

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