50 years of fantasy football

Andy Mousalimas' final draft is about people who played, not players who got away

Updated: August 31, 2012, 12:23 PM ET
By Tim Keown | ESPN.com

With his grandson on one side and his son-in-law on the other, 87-year-old Andy Mousalimas chose Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy with the first pick of his 50th and final fantasy football league draft. And so began the beginning of the end of an era that started in 1963 in a rumpus room in a home in Oakland, where Mousalimas made the first -- and possibly worst -- pick in the history of fantasy football: George Blanda over Jim Brown.

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