These are the confessions of a fantasy "expert," and I use that term in quotation marks.
In early September, on the eve of the first game of the NFL season, I sat behind my computer and participated in the first ever
The other participants were
Well, the first rule of fantasy football is that nobody cares about your fantasy football team, so I will spare you the details of all the unlucky things that happened along the way that caused me to finish tied for sixth with a 7-7 record. At least I finished higher than Gordon, who challenged my manhood by making me bet him during the draft on whose team would have a better record. Since I won the bet, I won't gloat and tell you how much it was for, but let's just say in my past life I'd be expecting him to pass me a yellow chip.
So enough about history and on to present day and the final four:
Billy finished first in the league with a record of 11-3, but due to injuries to
I smell upset.
Lewis was scoffed at (mostly by one SI swimsuit model engaged to a famous tennis player whose name we'll leave out of this) during the draft when he picked guys like
Lott's team has battled all year, but I'm not sure how good I feel about trotting out
The two winners will face of in week 16 and the winning team will have a $5,000 donation made to the charity of his choice.