My first-ever draft pick was Elway. Friends warned me against taking a QB in round one, but I ignored them.

Things didn’t work out between Elway and me. In the ensuing years, there would be more bad decisions. Lots of them.

“Fantasy Football: The 24-Year Losing Streak” shows you how to fail at fantasy. So you can succeed, by doing the opposite of everything that’s in this free eBook.

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Expert advice won’t give your team an edge in fantasy football anymore. Today, anybody with a pulse can download a draft guide or pull up a cheat sheet on an app.

Back in the early 1990’s, 12 friends formed a league and got together to draft. They brought hand-scribbled notes and a few copies of Fantasy Index magazine. There was no online draft, no real-time data, no smartphone apps.

Over the ensuing two-dozen seasons, the Internet fueled a fantasy explosion. Participation leapt from 3 to 57 million fantasy players. Connected devices, automated scoring and ubiquitous stats brought fantasy into the mainstream.

As the 12 friends scattered across the country, they moved their league online and kept playing together. For the UndaDawgz, one thing remained constant for nearly a quarter century: losing.

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