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The NFL season kicks off Sept. 10 when the Pittsburgh Steelers visit the New England Patriots. In the meantime, millions of fantasy football players will draft, tweak and agonize over their respective squads. According to the Fantasy Sports Trade Association, nearly 57 million people have played fantasy sports this year, up from 27 million players in 2009.
We caught up with ESPN senior fantasy analyst Matthew Berry, who shared five reasons every office should have a fantasy football league. Did you know people who play fantasy sports enjoy work more than those who don’t, for instance?
Check out the benefits in the video below, and share it with your boss and coworkers. (That is, if they enjoy things like having fun and communication.)