FOOTBALL IN HIGH HEELS: A FANTASY WORTHY FORMULA
For the past few days, I have been explaining the game of Fantasy Football and tonight, I have more terms to help you do your best and play a winning game.
Collusion—What It Means: This is when two coaches work together to win a league.
What I Thought It Meant: I read it as collision at first, so I thought it was when two players collided, got injured and could no longer be chosen for a game. Upon reading it correctly, it just made me get that High School Musical song in my head.
We’re all in this together…so we can win!
Damaged goods—What It Means: When a player involved in a trade is hurt.
What I Thought It Meant: I actually was pretty close on this one, but didn’t know about the trade part.
Draft—What It Means: When fantasy team owners take turns selecting players to fill out their roster.
What I Thought It Meant: I actually knew this one, thanks to my amazing guys!
Elite—What It Means: The highest ranked players at their positions.
What I Thought It Meant: I pretty much figured this was what it meant because it made me think of Hollywood elite.
Fantasy formula—What It Means: A simple way to evaluate a player’s potential based on skill and opportunity.
What I Thought It Meant: My mind went straight to the overnight date week during The Bachelor and how they try to make the Fantasy Suites into more than they actually are—which is basically roses, a bath tub and candles in the town’s answer to Best Western.
Fantasy worthy—What It Means: The player does enough to make a fantasy impact.
What I Thought It Meant: A fantasy worth sharing….again, like the ones Christian Grey loves to share with Ana Steele.
Stay tuned for more lessons!