Holly B. is an active professional in her late twenties who spends her free time playing recreational flag football and league basketball. She shares her experience with us as she explores the world of sports.
This season I started playing Fantasy Football with some of my friends. I’ve never paid so much attention to the individual players before. One week a player nets 18 points, the next he can gain 0. It’s crazy!
What’s surprised me the most about Fantasy Football is how often players get hurt. It’s super important when playing fantasy football to keep an eye on injuries. I don’t see a week go by without a “P” (probable) or a “Q” (questionable) next to one (usually closer to five) of my players’ names. The injuries are as varied as they can get – a hand injury for Julio Jones, rib injury for Antonio Gates, shoulder injury for C.J. Spiller. And they just keep on coming.
I guess I shouldn’t be so surprised considering what the bodies of these pro athletes have to endure. In fact, football players of any level are at risk for injury – I should know… I tore my ACL playing flag football!