According to a study by corporate restructuring firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, fantasy football costs U.S. companies $13.4 billion total in lost productivity per NFL season due to employees spending an average of two hours on the job each week managing their teams. What do you think?
“Yeah, but can you put a multi-billion-dollar price on fun?”Philip Moglen Branch Trimmer
“Given that the average corporate employee works eight uninterrupted hours a day, this is shocking.”Marcie Finney Teaching Assistant
“Yeah, but working when I could be managing my fantasy team probably costs me two or three wins, so we’re even.”Vincent Chandler Bike Rack Installer