I've been thinking more and more lately that fantasy sports have been hampering my enjoyment of actual games. Not just say, as a Mets fan having Brian McCann on your team - of course a Mets fan doesn't really want to root for ANYONE wearing a Braves uniform. This is a little deeper than that. The time spent on the roster moves, evaluating trades, checking your scoring, etc. really seems to cut into time I used to take to relax in front of the tube crack open a cold beverage and a bag of chips and moan about that long pass that went off some Jets WR's fingertips or that awesome glove that David Wright just flashed.
Am I the only one in this situation? I have been playing fantasy football for 15 years, baseball a bit less (though i owned a strat o matic baseball game almost 30 years ago). I have been considering not playing in my big fantasy football league this year...anyone else starting to regret the impact of the fantasy game on the real thing??