Fantasy football: Good or bad for the workplace?

ffg.jpgI’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: the most underrated aspect of the NFL lockout ending is that we get Fantasy Football in 2011. 

What else would I have done with my Sunday afternoons? 

Now, I can dominate with my 60″ flatscreen TV (Eagles), one iPad (DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket app tuned to the Red Zone channel), one laptop (multitasking between ESPN.com fantasy football live scoring and Tweetdeck for streaming scoring, news and injury updates), and one iPhone (in case I miss anything else) setup.

Don’t judge. Your employees are doing it too. And here are some great blog posts about Fantasy Football and the workplace:

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