As fantasy owners, we get a lot wrong. We mess up player evaluation, trades, our starting lineups, and just about everything else we touch. As in Major League Baseball, even the best of us get base hits far less often than we strike out. Recognizing this is the case is pretty simple as our wrongness is a generally accepted fact in the community. The key, then, isn’t only to try to be right more than others, it is to seek out areas where right and wrong comes down to errant thinking caused by personal bias, then work to remove it from the decision making process.
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Latest posts by Jeff Miller (see all)
- NFL Draft Aftermath: Winners and Losers from the AFC North - June 18, 2018
- Dynasty Fantasy Football Rookie Update: Mason Rudolph, QB PIT - May 30, 2018
- Dynasty Fantasy Football Rookie Update: Josh Allen, QB BUF - May 29, 2018