Hump Day Fantasy Team

I am in my first fantasy football league this year.  And I’m kind of starting to love it. 

I didn’t do tons of research on potential players before Draft Day at Hooters.  This was not a good idea, because as much as I love football the only person I know by name is Peyton Manning, and as much as I believe in the Power of Peyton, a team does not a quarterback make.

So I had to pick out other players.  And I wondered, what is the best way to go about this? 

Fantasy cheat sheets?  No way.  I’m a Christian. 

Legitimate research on each player, especially rookies?  Yeah.  I have a life.  Kind of.

I decided to pick my team based on who had, what I considered to be, the ‘coolest’ name.  And this was only because I had run out of time to find out who the hottest players were and draft accordingly.

All this fantasy talk, got me wondering… what is my Fantasy Hook-up Team?

My Fantasy Hook-up Roster?


  1. Matthew McConaughey
  2. Peyton Manning, John Mayer, Brad Paisley (three way tie)
  3. The ‘Scrubs’ doctor/Beer Commissioner Commercial guy

And after some coercion I found out Mark’s roster (apparently it’s “scary” to tell me that he “might” find someone other than me attractive because of my potential “reaction”.   All I’m saying is that if you can’t tell me how this “other person” reminds you of me I’m probably going to get offended enough to lock you out of the house.  That’s not overreacting. Is it?) 

I’m not going to share his list because it is private to him, and embarrassing to me (I’m trying not to take it personally, but dude’s got bad taste).  However, I will say that Mark has developed a little crush on Sarah Palin (much like Crystal’s husband and 62% of white males in America) because she is “confident”… like a pit bull with lipstick, I guess.

Learning who made Mark’s list opened my eyes up a little more to what gets my hubby going (apparently, cankles aren’t a bad thing in his book, woo-hoo! (not a Palin reference)).   And he learned that naked bongo playing really revs my engine. 

If you are both sane, mature adults go ahead and have the Fantasy Roster conversation.  If you’re able to look at it from a purely informational standpoint (because, seriously, the likelihood of Sarah Palin taking time out of her VP campaign to seduce my husband is pretty much non-existent) you can both learn how to become more of what the other wants and needs in the bedroom.

So dream up something good this Hump Day!

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3 thoughts on “Hump Day Fantasy Team

  1. Secret Agent, CT says:

    We had this talk before. His list was interesting and I pretty much could have guessed all of them. Not sure what I have in common with the “list” ladies…but guess it doesn’t matter.

    I took it to the next level by asking which of my friends he found attractive. MISTAKE! I did that one to myself though. He didn’t want to tell me. I told him a bunch of BS about how he MUST tell me, his wife, EVERYTHING. 🙂 Back-fired… I suggest you leave that one alone.

  2. Crystal says:

    Jon and I have not created (much less shared!) any such lists. But I see your point. Even though you think you know someone well enough to marry them, you are always learning new things about them. Plus, people change. Anyway, good point on the using the list to become more of what the other person wants/needs/etc.

    Jon did mention some girls from college he thought were “hot” before we got together. Like CT, I wasn’t real crazy about knowing some of that information.

  3. mckinneyoatescereal says:

    Yeah, I don’t think the list is a good idea if you actually KNOW the people… because you might be tempted to beat them up or something. And that’s not good for anyone involved 😀

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