Does anyone remember The $10,000 Pyramid? In case you don’t, here’s a quick refresher: Pyramid was a game show where contestants tried to guess words or phrases based off of clues given by their teammates. For example, if I said “peanut butter and…” you would probably reply “jelly!” Obviously if your partner doesn’t get it right with the first hint, you can use multiple, varying clues. Ultimately, the more words or phrases you get correct, the more money you’d win.
Well, I think it might be fun to try this exercise with the DLF faithful! What phrase do you think I’m describing? Here’s your first clue:
1. Your team is currently 1-5 and resides at the bottom of their division.
Okay, I guess that could be a bit ambiguous. Let’s try a second hint:
2. Your starting center, the same one who guaranteed a Super Bowl appearance in a full-page newspaper ad, is on injured reserve.
Well, c’mon now. This is fantasy football, who cares about some bombastic center mouthi