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Renee Rosenow

My favorite number is seven, but certainly not for the position in this ranking.

Week nine we played against The Donald Duckers, we lost 62.5 to his 101.85. I know, our team sucked this weekend because one of our best players Reggie Bush, running back of the New Orleans Saints, had knee surgery.

But that’s no excuse, it’s bad luck; you win some, you loose some. The Ducker was certainly happy about it, you can imagine the hard time he gives me. Especially because his team was sixth last week and now he is third.

I’m sure he is going to win again, because this week he plays Naughty Parts. No offense, but Naughty is not doing that great, although he did win once, beating the Mustard Lookers that gave The Loose Poopmen a chance to get back on top.

I knew we were going to lose week nine, but I still hoped that we were going to win.

Maybe I’m expecting too much from the team, or maybe I’m making bad decisions.

Mr. T., I guess your team is doing better since you’re probably still doing the opposite of what I do. At least one of us is wining, so maybe you should help me out, or just give me half of what you end up winning, because I did help you out, to make the opposite decisions.

Whatever happened to Aaron or Kevin who helped me out at first? Right now I’m really happy that the guys at the league are helping me out. 280 Snaps & Counting was helping me yesterday to change some things in our team, after a long talk he told me “Why am I helping you if you beat me?” I’m glad they are not resentful and they help me out with their experience.

I spoke with another player in the league and he suggested to trade our quarter back Phillip Rivers, from the San Diego Chargers, for a new running back. I didn’t like the idea because I think Rivers is a good quarterback and not worth trading.

Even though at first I gave him a hard time about his team being bad, I’m thankful that he is trying to help us out. After all we are no threat to him and his undefeated team, which by the way I don’t think he even expected to have such a good team.

You see, The Loose Poopmen is nothing but loose, he might be quiet but he is a tiger that roars with his team. Who would have known that he could play this game so well? I wish him the best but I hope he loses soon.

I started to do research on which running backs are good. From the runningbacks that are left I chose the best. Hopefully I made a good choice and we’ll be able to stay on the running for the playoffs. I have a plan, but it’s too soon to reveal it.

If I did my research right and didn’t confuse anything, then I guess we will be in the playoffs. We might not win but my goal is to be in the playoffs.

I thought about dropping quarterback Peyton Manning of the Indianapolis Colts, but if he keeps playing and improving each week, then he should be able to give us more points later on in the season.

This week we play against Kaedings Kids, he took the fourth spot I really wanted to remain on, so we need to win this week. With this victory we will put both of our records at 5-5, but we would have more points so maybe we’ll be able to get back on top of him – in the ranking.

I’m crossing my fingers that Bush is able to play this Sunday, and if he doesn’t, then he better be getting good for future games.

Lozano is a senior print journalism major and sports editor of The Spectator. “Fantasy Virgin” is a column that appears every Thursday.

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