I was at the gym the other day, and in my section of lockers they were airing a show where guys talk about the value of different NFL players in fantasy football. Do we need grown men on television talking about this stuff? Yes, a lot of people do play in fantasy leagues, but can't these analysts talk about the implications for these athletes in terms of reality?
Why don't we just have Dungeons & Dragons analysts on ESPN? After all, is there really that big a difference in ridiculousness and nerdiness between these two statements?
You can't expect to compete in a fantasy league without two number one receivers, a quarterback who will get 20 every week, and a running back who is good for a touchdown just about every game.
You are dreaming if you are thinking you can just waltz into a dungeon to slay a dragon without a strong fighter, or better yet, a barbarian, and then you're going to need a cleric to heal up your party's hitpoints.