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Packers Loss Costs Man $1 Million

by Robbie Gillies

Last night I lost in one of my fantasy football leagues because my starting QB Aaron Rodgers threw a meaningless pick with just over 6 minutes remaining in the game. Needless to say I was a little upset. That's why I can't imagine how Greg Reynolds of Chico, California feels.

Reynolds entered ESPN's contest "Streak For Cash" in which entrants pick from a list of bets each day and try to accumulate a streak of 25 straight. The first to 25 wins $1 million. Reynolds was up to 24 but with a click of the button he picked the Packers to beat the Saints last night. Reynolds is the second player to lose after reaching 24 correct bets in a row. I got a little upset that since I lost in my fantasy league, Randy Moss's spectacular fantasy day was essentially wasted. I'm pretty sure if I just lost a chance at winning $1 million dollars it would look a little something like this: