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Jeb Bush wants everyone to know his fantasy team is 7-0

Daily fantasy sports are a popular topic right now thanks to controversy about actions of employees and whether the concept of daily fantasy sports is gambling. The discussion even reached levels of the Republican presidential debate where Jeb Bush used it as an opportunity to brag about his 7-0 fantasy football team.

Except there is only one problem. The No. 1 rule of fantasy sports is absolutely no one cares about your fantasy team. It's bad enough when your Twitter timeline is filled with tweets about people's fantasy teams. Bringing it up during a presidential debate is just too far, Jeb.

Chris Christie knows a fantasy sports rule No. 1 violator when he sees one.

He was talking about a slightly different thing, but the point stands; no one cares about your fantasy team even if you are running for president.