10 Ways Fantasy Football Is Like A Mafia Movie

Money. Power. Greed. Betrayal. Fantasy football can get a little tense. Arm yourself with Lenovo’s IdeaPad Yoga: 4 awesome modes. 1 incredible machine.

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1. They make constant allusions to potential injuries.

“That’s a really nice RB you have there. It’d be a shame if something were to happen to him.”

2. They’ll pretend to have your best interests in mind.

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“I can take that WR off your hands… for a price.”

3. Most of the time it’s like they’re speaking in code.

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“Hartline is a sleeper with the fishes… and by the fishes obviously I mean the Dolphins.”

4. Players are just pawns to them. It’s all one big chess match.

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“Every time I put Michael Vick out, he keeps pulling himself back IN.”

5. If a player really screws up, he’s in trouble…

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“Time to get rid of Ryan Mathews. That mook is wearing cement shoes.”

6. …but if he does what you need, he’s family.

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“Say hello to my little friend… Darren Sproles.”

7. Orchestrating deals with other managers can get a little dicey.

“I’ll make you an offer you can’t refuse.”

8. If you’re trying to do good business, you cannot offend them.

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“What kind of offer is that? Whaddareya, some kinda wiseguy?”

9. Fantasy owners are stubborn and they love to make a point dramatically.

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“All my problems will resolve themselves, given time. Trust me, you’ll be sorry.”

10. And if you’re trying to get to the don, you’re gonna need an army.

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“No you can’t have Peterson. He’s a made man.”

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