FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – For fantasy football players, they all know there are highs and lows throughout the season.
The high is a championship.
The low? Just ask John Zarse.
Zarse finished dead last in his fantasy football league this season. The stipulations in the league are the winner gets to pick what the loser gets as a “consolation prize.” And Zarse got a public shaming.
On Sunday afternoon, Zarse stood at one of Fort Wayne’s busiest intersections in a football onsie and a sign.
The sign read, “I am the worst at fantasy football.”
Zarse stood at Coldwater Road and Coliseum Boulevard taking his lumps and letting everyone know how his season went.
“You know, it was just a tough year for me,” Zarse told NewsChannel 15.
He drafted Andrew Luck, the Colts quarterback who missed several games due to an injury.
The irony of the whole situation is Zarse was champion last season.