12 dynasty leagues I run
4 Yahoo.com public
3 NFL.com public
5 AOL.com public
For those who say that this is too many, I use the same basic strategy in all my leagues so there are many of the same players across my teams. Of course, no two rosters are the same, heck, no two starting lineups are the same. Regardless, I still don't have the problem of rooting for and against certain players or my favorite NFL team. Because of the large number of teams and players to keep up with (which is pretty much impossible), I've gone back to being a football fan. On Sunday, I just watch the games and enjoy rooting for my Broncos. When I see a player scoring, I don't worry whether I started him, and/or if he was started against me. After the games are over, I then look at my fantasy teams, figure up scores, and see how they did.
I have loved fantasy football since I first started playing in 1984, however, I had noticed a change in the way I watch football because of it. In a way it was fun, but it was bothersome anytime I felt a need for a player to score against my Broncos so I could win a fantasy game. By accident, I found that by playing in a bunch of leagues, it really allowed me to take Sunday off from fantasy football and just enjoy NFL football. I still had the other 6 days to work on my fantasy teams.
Fantasy Football Junkies Anonymous meetings held weekly on Sundays... and Mondays... and sometimes Thursdays.