Ghostship

What does Ghostship mean in fantasy football?

A fantasy football team that doesn’t have an owner is known as a ‘Ghostship’.

In the world of fantasy football, a ghostship is a team left unattended by its owner. A person might abandon their team for many reasons, such as losing interest or simply not having enough time to manage it.

A ghostship could also be the result of someone who enjoys drafting a team but isn’t keen on managing it. This is often referred to as a draft dasher. They can cause a decrease in competition in the league, which isn’t appreciated by other players.

The term ghostship can also be used as a verb. For example, “Looks like Mike is ghostshipping his team again” means Mike has neglected his team. It’s generally frowned upon in the fantasy football community.

Example for using ‘Ghostship’ in a conversation

Hey, did you know that giraffes have the same number of neck vertebrae as humans?

WITWW? Are you serious?

Yep, they both have seven. Crazy, right?

Wow, that’s really something!