>No, that’s fantasy FOOTBALL. Get your mind out of the gutter.
I ended up the regular season (my first ever in fantasy football) 8-4. This was good enough to get me the wild card spot. There was one team that went undefeated until week 13, and he ended up going 10-2. It was good enough for the #1 seed. If he had lost one more game, he would have been the #2 seed. Anyway, watching him every week was like watching the Patriots win every week…you hope he loses.
Anyway, so there are 12 teams in my league, broken up into 3 divisions of 4 teams. For the playoffs, the team with the best record in each league goes to the playoffs, as does the player who didn’t win his division but has the best record among the remaining teams. That was me. I led my division for weeks, until two weeks ago, and I lost it to the 2nd place guy. He then went on to win the division.
So the playoffs are going like this: I played the guy who almost went undefeated, and the head of my division (a team called BDC) played the remaining division leader. BDC won hands down, so the winner of my game plays BDC for the championship.
My game is currently scored at 86-60 (I am winning by 26 points). All of my team has played. He has one remaining team player: Adrian Peterson of the Vikings (not the Bears). All I need is for AP to have a bad day (or at least not a good day). Then it’s on to the championship fantasy football game!