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Putting the “fan” in “fantasy football”

Good fans make bad fantasy-football managers.

All I had to do to win this week was start Arian Foster against the Chiefs. And just minutes before game time, I was starting Foster.

But as I walked around the Kansas City Zoo, looking for grown men in Star Wars costumes, I chose being a good fan over fantasy-football sensibility.

Oops. Foster racked up 21.7 points on my bench.

Go Chiefs?

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