Fifteen to eighteen million people play fantasy football every year-and the numbers are growing rapidly.
In fantasy football, you “draft” or auction an imaginary team composed of real-life football players (this can include NFL professionals or college players). They then score points based on their actual performance in real games.
Your fantasy tournament progresses in much the same way as the real football games. You go head-to-head, competing against another opponent each week.
If your team scores the most points by the end of the season, and has the best win-loss record, you win.
Fantasy football was invented by Danny Dulac, one of the organizers of the Raiders. He thought of it during a road trip to the east …