I kissed my sister last week and I liked it so much I did it again this week.
No, I don’t have some weird relationship with my kin. But I do have a weird relationship with my fantasy football league, having tied with my opponent for the second week in a row.
Two ties in a row. As one of the other league members asked with some amazement: Who does that?
I am now a robust 1-3-2 in my fantasy league. Last night, my opponent needed 10 points from Miami receiver Brandon Marshall to tie me. And Marshall got him exactly 10 points. We tied, 103-103, one week after a 120-120 tie.
Is a tie better than a loss? Good question. Ties are aggravating. Ties are weird. Who ties these days? And why doesn’t our fantasy league have a system for breaking ties?