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Monday Nightmare: Both sides of Aaron Rodgers

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I was on both sides of Aaron Rodgers last night. I had him working in two daily leagues headed into Monday night. I was ahead in one of the leagues so I felt rather confident. And I trailed in another, but again felt confident. I mean, SinCityChiGirl had a running back (who was hidden until game time) and I just assumed she had played Eddie Lacy which thrilled me greatly. Until it was revealed she had started Jamaal Charles. Oh boy. I thought I might have had a chance until Charles decided to score three touchdowns and pretty much put me out of my misery. I came close, but Charles was able to put it away. I mean, it was the perfect insult to injury as I condescended to play Rodgers and it only worked out at a 50 percent clip. BTW, I really do admire how humble she was in victory. Fantasy football is fun! Oh well. I could have been like my man, Jan. He's in one of my leagues and trailed me headed into Monday night down by nine with Devante Adams left to play. Sorry, man. He lives in Germany and stayed up late to watch the game. Well, at least for a quarter. And then there was my friend Aly who trailed me with Lacy left to go. And those eight points were not enough. So I was more Monday Miracle than Monday Nightmare, but I'm here for you regardless. Consider this one big fantasy therapy session for you men and women out there who suffered. Let's hear your stories. You'll feel better when you share. All right. Special consideration for Jon Tabor here. He's a brave soul. I mean, I hate Monday nights and typically fall on the wrong end. It's why I started this column! I have nothing on this dude. That is rough.
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