There’s a Hall of Fame for everything nowadays:
Polka music … Mascots (Miles probably needs to have more than six seasons under his belt before he’s in play here) … Arena Football (there was a Hall of Fame Game; there were several classes of inductees, but the concept seems to have faded from AFL view the last couple of years) … Canadian cartooning … Sports in Lethbridge, Alberta, a relatively modest city of just under 82,000 … International game fishing … and robots, both real and fictional, meaning that R2-D2, C-3PO, HAL-9000 and Data from Star Trek: The Next Generation are members.
So if there can be a Hall of Fame for fantasy beings applying potentially real technology, why can’t there be a Hall for real people making accomplishments in a fantasy realm?
So bring on the Dungeons and Dragons Hall of Fame.
No, scratch that … but enter the ESPN Fantasy Football Hall of Fame, which includes one current Bronco for his accomplishments with another team and four current or former Broncos for what they did in Denver.
The players and their notable campaigns:
“Waiver Wire Wonders,” i.e. players who went unchosen in most fantasy drafts but came up big: