Social Media Shared Their CRAZIEST Week 5 NFL Fantasy Stories; Here Are The Best (TWEETS)
Week 6 of the NFL season is about to kick off, but some fantasy football owners aren’t done sulking over their heartbreaking week 5 losses.
Many of those sulkers have taken to Twitter to share their stories of defeat, while others can’t stop talking about their unlikely victories. We’ve sorted through all of the stories of ups and downs that fantasy owners shared with us from week 5. Here are some of the best ones:
Week 4 KC defence won me the week in the last play of the game. Week 5 KC defence lost me the week in the last play of the game
— Stephen Crane (@ThisIsCrane) October 12, 2017
For the 3rd week in a row I’ve scored the 2nd most points in our league only to lose to the guy who was 1st in points scored — spooky tuna (@_TUNA11) October 11, 2017
I lost to a team that played 2 guys on byes and had Big Ben as his QB w/ 5 INTs.
— JD-Pro (@JD_Pro89) October 11, 2017
I was down 2 points and Deandre Hopkins touchdown catch with 5 seconds left won me the game by 5
— Carter Bunch (@carterbunch3) October 11, 2017
— FIGJAM (@FlaxRenner) October 11, 2017
I lost to my baby mother by 1pt. because Mitchell “D. Watson is light years better” Trubisky decide to throw that int. what a dick! — thx u Jesus (@ojfields) October 11, 2017
1)AB losing that TD to holding
2)Deandre Hopkins w/ last second TD
3)Devante Parker getting hurt 3 mins in
One doesn’t happen I might win pic.twitter.com/3bBayA1mjG
— Tyler Davis (@tylerdavis7299) October 11, 2017
I was losing by 42, heading into the last game on Sunday, but Alex Smith and Travis Kelce brought me to victory pic.twitter.com/kooCFi0lRY
— OgPapiBrian (@BrianAmaya7) October 11, 2017
40 pt lead with diggs left, my opponent had watson and chiefs, Watson decided to throw 5 tds, i go down by 8 and diggs gets a healthy .4 pts
— Jeremy J. Trump (@Juicy_Jeremy19) October 11, 2017
Down by 3 but still had Lamar Miller plus the Texan D. Sadly, got only net 2 points from those two and lost by 1.
— CapM (@CAPM1) October 11, 2017