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D Magazine Beats the Observer At Something You Couldn’t Possibly Care About

Specifically, I, Zachary L. Crain, jack of all trades, master of most, beat the Observer‘s editor Joe Tone to take home our little media league fantasy football crown. I AM A CHAMPION.

1. This is pretty easy to do when your team has Drew Brees, Calvin Johnson, and Arian Foster. 2. I literally only watched one quarter of football this season. 3. FINGERGUNZ.
1. This is pretty easy to do when your team has Drew Brees, Calvin Johnson, and Arian Foster. 2. I literally only watched one quarter of football this season. 3. FINGERGUNZ.

5 comments on “D Magazine Beats the Observer At Something You Couldn’t Possibly Care About

  1. It should be noted that this was an 8-team league, so the teams were all a little better. It should also be noted that I, Michael J. Mooney, finished the regular season in first place, with the highest number of points scored. Then, in the first round of the playoffs, Zach’s team went nuts and scored more than anyone had scored in a single week all year. It should furthermore be noted that during the draft, Zach had his team on auto-pick, which ALWAYS seems to result in a better team. And yes, I know nobody cares. Fantasy football is a fickle mistress.

  2. This wouldn’t be an easily dismissed fantasy football discussion without a detailed inclusion of one’s starting roster.

    Go

  3. My starters:

    QB Drew Brees
    RB Arian Foster
    WR Calvin Johnson (all three of those were, yes, auto-drafted)
    TE Aaron Hernandez
    W/T Antonio Brown
    W/R Michael Bush
    W/R Darren Sproles
    K David Akers
    D Baltimore

  4. Sorry Zac. I hope you understand that the rage still flowing through my body forced me to add a letter to your name. I did the same thing with Drew Breese, Adrian Foster, and Calvin Johnston, in a series of texts (and emails and covert comments on various NFL forums) cursing your team.