Fantasy Football Drafts Can Be More Social
Aug 4, 2010
Are you the kind of person who gets caught up in the thrill of fantasy football? Do you find yourself sitting on the edge of your seat wondering if Chris Johnson is going to break off a 50-yard touchdown run so that you can claim victory? Do you bite your nails waiting to see if Peyton Manning is going to throw the next touchdown to Reggie Wayne or Dallas Clark? Do you have heart palpitations waiting to see if Brett Favre is actually going to retire?
The point is that fantasy football is a fun and exciting activity for any football fan. The best part of the season is the actual draft day when you learn which NFL player is going to be on your team for the duration of the season.
But most drafts occur online these days due to the ease of online software. For the most part, we’ve given up the social fun for the ease of a computer. We ask you why not have both? With the help of Ethernet cable splitters, you can create additional ports for your friends to use to connect to your network. Additionally, with a wired connection, you don’t have to worry about a wireless signal fizzling out right as you’re about to make your first round pick.
Good luck with your draft and let us know who your sleeper picks are in the comments section.