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Cavs Headhouse is the place to be for Fantasy Football….

We’re offering 2 packages…See Below:

-Package One: $35.00 per person includes a 3 Hour Basic Open Bar with a choice of one menu item (excludes the sampler platter, macho nachos, and the Irish Favorites)
 
-Package Two: $45.00 per person includes a 3 Hour Premium Open Bar with a choice of one menu item (excludes the sampler platter, macho nachos, and the Irish Favorites)

*College Alumni Football Parties*

$100 signing bonus to the Alumni coordinator & a FREE open bar for the first half of the first game of the season!

Private Rooms Available w/sound on for your game!

 Email jenna@cavsheadhouse.com for further information & to book your party today!

 

22 Steps To Becoming A Fantasy Football Addict

Article courtesy of Buzzfeed.com

Step 1: Initial temptation

22 Steps To Becoming A Fantasy Football Addict

You were going to play one year, try it out. No biggie.

Step 2: Enjoying the camaraderie.

Step 2: Enjoying the camaraderie.

22 Steps To Becoming A Fantasy Football Addict

We’re all just some friends hanging out, enjoying some football, right? Wrong.

Step 3: Realizing you are in too deep.

Step 3: Realizing you are in too deep.

Between love and madness lies an obsession… with fantasy football.

Step 4: Your addiction is so strong that you even try to get your fix with fantasy basketball and fantasy baseball in the off-season.

22 Steps To Becoming A Fantasy Football Addict
22 Steps To Becoming A Fantasy Football Addict

Both have too many games, and don’t quite fill the need.

Step 5: Admitting you have a problem.

22 Steps To Becoming A Fantasy Football Addict

Nothing is wrong with you, we’re in this together.

Step 6: Ignoring that nagging thought of quitting, because this year will be different than the last.

22 Steps To Becoming A Fantasy Football Addict

Last year’s record was a fluke. There’s no way you’re letting another Alfred Morris slip through your hands again.

Step 7: Inevitably taking on more than you can handle.

Step 7: Inevitably taking on more than you can handle.

Multiple teams sound great, but eventually you start playing against yourself, and nobody wants that.

Step 8: Researching as if it’s your job.

Step 8: Researching as if it's your job.

You have piles of magazines like these, and you watch ESPN and the NFL Network non-stop. Nobody is paying you to do this, mind you.

Step 9: Going down the mock-draft black hole.

22 Steps To Becoming A Fantasy Football Addict

You spend hours practice drafting from every possible position, and in multiple formats. You still get Tony Romo as your quarterback.

Step 10: When the actual time comes, you instantly regret your first pick.

22 Steps To Becoming A Fantasy Football Addict

It’s fine. Knowing your luck, I’m sure taking Peyton in round one means he won’t get hurt week one.

Step 11: Gloating about your teams awesome, super-witty name.

22 Steps To Becoming A Fantasy Football Addict

“The Wes SkyWelkers” is not that impressive, but that’s not going to stop you from bragging about it.

Step 12: Signing up for phone alerts and constantly checking for updates.

22 Steps To Becoming A Fantasy Football Addict

FYI, Denver has not scored in the 6 seconds since you last checked.

Step 13: Being seduced into trades you have no business taking.

22 Steps To Becoming A Fantasy Football Addict

“Larry Fitzgerald for the David Akers? OK!”

Step 14: Then desperately asking for trades to fix your doomed team.

Step 14: Then desperately asking for trades to fix your doomed team.

No one is giving you Adrian Peterson for Ryan Mathews and Justin Blackmon, so stop asking.

Step 15: Justifying drafting a player from your real-life rival’s team.

22 Steps To Becoming A Fantasy Football Addict

“Yeah, the Vikings are my team, but I drafted A-Rod in the first, so… Go Pack?”

Step 16: Dealing with the injury of one of your star players.

Step 16: Dealing with the injury of one of your star players.

Or the incarceration, you choose.

Step 17: Yelling at the television in your underwear surrounded by Cheez-It crumbs.

22 Steps To Becoming A Fantasy Football Addict

This is not your proudest moment.

Step 18: Writing off people who say, “It’s just a game.”

22 Steps To Becoming A Fantasy Football Addict

At this point, all you can think about is fantasy football. So when someone says this, they’re dead to you.

Step 19: Experiencing the joy of finally winning a game.

22 Steps To Becoming A Fantasy Football Addict

Let the rush roll over you, validating every step you’ve made thus far.

Step 20: Experiencing the pain of not making the play-offs.

22 Steps To Becoming A Fantasy Football Addict
22 Steps To Becoming A Fantasy Football Addict

If you don’t want to talk about it, I understand.

Step 21: Pretending to congratulate your friend when they win the league.

22 Steps To Becoming A Fantasy Football Addict

Just breathe, because…

Step 22: You’re fully addicted now. And the cycle of addiction continues. You’ll be back next year.

22 Steps To Becoming A Fantasy Football Addict

Quitting was never really an option, and next year you’ll auto-draft.

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