Duracell: You Need The Most Trusted Batteries In Your Wireless Mouse So You Don’t Autodraft A Kicker In The Seventh Round

If you’ve done fantasy football before, you probably know about the pratfalls of autodrafting. And you probably also know that taking a kicker in the seventh round is a terrible idea, even if it’s an elite kicker like Justin Tucker. But that’s just what happens to this hapless guy who didn’t use Duracell batteries for his wireless mouse, and now has Mr. Tucker as his Round 7 selection. Whoops. Though you would think if he was that serious about fantasy football, he’d also have an app on his phone to prevent an autodraft tragedy like this.

Yahoo Fantasy Football Will Make You Feel Much Better After A Breakup

Yahoo may have lost a lot of its mojo, but it’s apparently still the #1 app in fantasy. These Yahoo Fantasy Football commercials actually came out in July 2017, but I guess I missed them. Mike’s girlfriend dumped him mid-season and he thought nothing would fill the void. But then he found a 6’7″ tight end with velvet soft hands on an opponent’s roster, and all was good again. And Tim won his fantasy football league once, in 2008. He’ll be gloating about it for eternity.

The NFL’s “Bad Day” Fantasy Football Commercial Continues To Be A Yearly Tradition

The fantasy football season is wrapping up shortly, and it’s been another crappy one for me. When your first pick misses all but the opening game amid a child abuse investigation, your second pick is wildly inconsistent and now out the rest of the year, and your third pick is so bad that he gets written out of his team’s game plan, it doesn’t set up as a good season. This NFL fantasy football spot has aired since about 2008. It features one-hit wonder Daniel Powter’s “Bad Day.” This was an awful song, which somehow made it to #1, and in fact was the #1 song of 2006. But it works in this ad. The semi-witty, semi-corny team names are fun. And the amusing, overwrought reactions of the terrible team owners are amazing. This one still makes me smile.

The NFL’s “Bad Day” Fantasy Football Commercial Is Still A Yearly Tradition

I originally wrote this post a year ago today, but seeing as I just finished dead last in fantasy football, I’ll put it back up. Here’s the original.

The NFL playoffs are almost upon us, and the stretch months of December and January are probably a favorite time of Daniel Powter. Who? While you might not remember his name, you surely remember his one hit, 2006′s “Bad Day.” I absolutely hated this song, and the fact that I just found out it was Billboard’s #1 song in 2006 makes me very sad. But there is one place where it works very well…this great NFL.com fantasy football playoff challenge commercial which has been playing since around 2008.

Having a lot of experience with mediocre at best fantasy football teams, I can relate. The semi-witty, semi-corny team names are also fun. And the amusing, overwrought reactions of the crappy team owners are amazing. This one still makes me smile.

The NFL’s “Bad Day” Fantasy Football Commercial Is A Yearly Tradition

The NFL playoffs are almost upon us, and the stretch months of December and January are probably a favorite time of Daniel Powter. Who? While you might not remember his name, you surely remember his one hit, 2006’s “Bad Day.” I absolutely hated this song, and the fact that I just found out it was Billboard’s #1 song in 2006 makes me very sad. But there is one place where it works very well…this great NFL.com fantasy football playoff challenge commercial which has been playing since around 2008.

Having a lot of experience with mediocre at best fantasy football teams, I can relate. The semi-witty, semi-corny team names are also fun. And the amusing, overwrought reactions of the crappy team owners are amazing. This one still makes me smile.

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