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Despite a solid 177-155 win in one of my championship games, I sadly lost by two in a choke job only the Broncos could rival. In a format that totals your output from Weeks 16 and 17, I was leading by a score of 115 to 46 after last week, and thought I was in the driver's seat to a fantasy football title.

Thinking I could play it safe and play some lesser guys and still coast to a victory, I took the uncertainty of Chad Ochocinco playing and benched him for Michael Crabtree. Thinking Beanie Wells would get at least some decent time against the Packers, I decided to start him above Fred Jackson.

My opponent had me fooled; with Brandon Marshall and Brandon Jacobs still in his/her lineup on Sunday morning, I was sure this was one of those negligent fantasy o ...

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