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ProFootballTalk: Move on or move out: QB edition
Look, fantasy football bad beat stories are generally just tedious.
Well, what if we told you the fantasy owner was Larry Donnell himself?
This apparently actually happened.
According to NorthJersey.com, Donnell mentioned Wednesday he started Davis in his fantasy league in Week Four, leaving himself on the bench.
Donnell, of course, would go on to catch seven passes for 54 yards and three touchdowns in the Giants’ win vs. Washington. Davis, meanwhile, tallied two catches, eight yards and no scores and departed with a back injury in a win vs. Philadelphia.
In the end, the Giants were triumphant, but Donnell’s fantasy squad paid the price.
“Would’ve won if I played me,” Donnell said Wednesday, according to NorthJersey.com. “During the game, I’m like, ‘Really?’ That’s the honest truth.”
Let us propose a rule. Before telling a bad beat story, ask yourself this question: is your bad beat story as compelling as Larry Donnell’s?
We thought not.
So it’s settled. Rest in peace, bad beat stories other than Larry Donnell’s.
Rest in peace.