FOOTBALL IN HIGH HEELS: TRADING FANTASIES

FOOTBALL IN HIGH HEELS: TRADING FANTASIES
FOOTBALL IN HIGH HEELS: TRADING FANTASIES

FOOTBALL IN HIGH HEELS: TRADING FANTASIES

Are you still trying to pick your Fantasy Football teams? Here are some more terms needed in order to win and beat out your fellow players.

Trade bait—What It Means: These are good players who can be offered to other coaches.

What I Thought It Meant: I pretty much had the right idea, but when I heard bait, it made me think of fishing.

FOOTBALL IN HIGH HEELS: TRADING FANTASIES
People are FISHING for good players to add to their Fantasy Football roster.

Trading deadline—What It Means: This is the last day of the season to make trades.

What I Thought It Meant: I actually knew this one! YAY!

Vulture back—What It Means: This is a running back who steals goal-line carries from the starter.

What I Thought It Meant: Not a clue, I know vultures are birds and somehow doubted that there were birds who to help out, so I had nothing.

FOOTBALL IN HIGH HEELS: TRADING FANTASIES
NOT part of Fantasy Football.

Waiver wire—What It Means: These are dropped players who are there  before they become free agents.

What I Thought It Meant: Signing waivers in order to be a part of certain leagues.

FOOTBALL IN HIGH HEELS: TRADING FANTASIES
Not needed in Fantasy Football….but could it be used in other things involving the game?

Join us tomorrow for more football lessons!

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