These celebrities are better at Fantasy Football than you
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The best celeb Fantasy Football players
Fantasy Football is more popular than ever. With standard leagues, daily fantasy and much, much more the rise of Fantasy sports doesn't look to be slowing down anytime soon.
Celebrities (and we'll get to Brooklyn Decker in a minute) have always been big fans of playing when they have the chance. These stars might just beat you if you were lucky enough to be in their league.
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Paul Rudd (Ant-Man) is such a big Fantasy Football fan that his wife often gets mad at him for playing. About his Fantasy Football addiction, Rudd told The Hollywood Reporter, "I wish I didn't like it as much as I do. It's a sickness." Yes, yes it is.
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Even Harry Potter loves him some Fantasy Football. Daniel Radcliffe was already a big football fan, but his obsession grew once he was introduced to fantasy. The British actor manages multiple teams and spends countless hours doing mock drafts so he doesn't "embarrass" himself.
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Brooklyn Decker is a big Carolina Panthers fan, and her love for football has grown since she joined a Fantasy Football league. The model-turned-actress was so good that after she won her league in 2013, Adam Sandler didn't ask her to defend her championship the following season. Only Happy Gilmore would take a loss that hard.
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Ashton Kutcher (Two and Half Men) is an avid Fantasy Football player. He plays so much that he hosts a show called Fantasy Football Live. Kutcher is so busy that he does need help on the research side, however. Kutcher has admitted that he has a staff member help him with his Fantasy team.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is just as competitive on the racetrack as he is in Fantasy Football. The die-hard Washington Redskins fan conceded he has a "bit of a potty mouth" and does a "little smack-talking" when it comes to Fantasy Football. Earnhardt Jr. enjoys playing so much that he's commissioner of not one, but two leagues!
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Even the star of Mad Men couldn't conquer the rules of Fantasy Football. The avid sports fan was a member of Bill Simmons' Fantasy Football league until the champion of that year gave Hamm the heave-ho. The Survivor-like rules stipulated that one member would be kicked out of the league by the winner. The other members must have feared Hamm's fantasy prowess. Luckily for Hamm, his banishment lasted only one season.
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The mogul that is Jay-Z wins at everything, even Fantasy Football. According to ESPN's Matthew Berry, Hov has all the inside info, because he knows almost every player personally. On top of that, Berry, who helped Jay-Z draft his team, says the rapper is "one of the greatest trash talkers in the history of fantasy football." Just face it: There's no beating the man.
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The host of the Late Night With Seth Meyers has never shied away from his love for football, Fantasy or otherwise. Meyers has hosted the ESPYs and the NFL Honors. Each year, Meyers meets up with his old friends to do an in-person fantasy football draft.
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Hunger Games star Elizabeth Banks shares her fondness for Fantasy Football because of her husband Max Handelman. He's the author of Why Fantasy Football Matters: (And Our Lives Do Not).
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The popular sitcom The Office might be over, but the show's Fantasy Football league fights on. Rainn Wilson (you might know him as Dwight Schrute), loves to beat his old castmates. He loves his fantasy football team so much that he wants to "cuddle with them." Wilson would, of course, be the little spoon in that cuddle session.
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David Spade might be known for some great comedic roles, but one of his new jobs is host of a Fantasy Football show on Fox Sports 1. Spade is one of the celebrity personalities on Fantasy Football Uncensored as he gives his comedic, yet hot takes.
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Nick Swardson (Grandma's Boy) is another comedian who lends his fantasy talents to FS1's Fantasy Football Uncensored. A huge Vikings fan, Swardson often tweets about his love-hate relationship with sports and Fantasy Football.
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Matt Hasselbeck is realistic when it comes to his talents and Fantasy Football. The quarterback famously benched himself (in Fantasy) for Brett Favre. Hasselbeck should've had more confidence in himself, though. That week he tossed four touchdown passes and scored more "Fantasy points" than Favre.
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The former Entourage star is a huge Fantasy Football player. The self-proclaimed fantasy "junkie" had an online show based on his Fantasy Football league, The Gentlemen's League.
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Former running back Maurice Jones-Drew even played Fantasy Football while he was in the NFL. MJD hosted his own fantasy football-themed radio show, Runnin' with MJD on SiriusXM.