5 Things The League Taught Us About Fantasy Football
The League has been a part of FX Networks for six seasons, weathering years of draft picks, a possible NFL Shutdown, and a move from parent network FX to FXX. It’s hard to believe a fantasy football league might run for so long, but The League isn’t without the occasional problem. Petty antics and poor decision-making have plagued the league over the years, but despite this, the team is still going strong and provides constant merriment and amusement each week. With the six season premiere headed onto the FXX schedule tonight, we sat down and thought about all of the fantasy football lessons The League has taught us. We feel we’ve come up with a pretty good list, but if there’s anything additional you’ve learned from The League, feel free to let us know in the comments, below.
Prompt TradesTrades must be made promptly, even under shady circumstances. Andre learned this in a memorable Season 3 episode when he was pulled over by a cop while texting and driving, attempting to make a last minute trade. “ He then further angered the police by asking whether he should start Jabar Gaffney or Lance Moore. (Also, be careful who you ask for fantasy football advice. Those angered cops offered helpful hints like, “Jabar sounds like a wizard to me.”) In another funny ep, Kevin makes a trade right after his colonoscopy. No matter what the cost, true winners make trades happen.
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