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Maurice Jones-Drew drafted himself first overall every season of his career

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Former Jacksonville Jaguars running back and current king Maurice Jones-Drew revealed via Reddit AMA that he played fantasy football for the majority of his career and he drafted himself with his first pick every season.

Normally, this sort of thing is met with an eye roll, but Jones-Drew was absolutely worth a first round pick for most of his career. If you’re using standard scoring (1 point per 10 yards rushing or receiving, 0.5 points per reception, and 6 points for a touchdown) here’s how his season-by-season results would have gone:

2006: 256 points

2007: 196 points

2008: 197 points

2009: 298.5 points

2010: 191 points

2011: 247.5 points

2012: 68 points

2013: 162.5 points

2014: 21.5 points

Here’s to you, Maurice. Now go celebrate with a plate of nachos.