- Oct 30, 2016
- Reaction score
- Seattle Area
- Political Leaning
I was going to "fake" being offended at this, but you're right. I have no clue how many points any of my players are going to score each week. No one does. Yahoo certainly doesn't!That is cool idea, though I do not know how you implement it. Fantasy football is a bit like blackjack with a large element luck tempered by the illusion of skill.
It was, right down to last night's double header where the played two games at the same time and then showed scores of the other game during the game you're watching so you can't enjoy even watching the other game on DVR. NFL network and eat my shorts!Speaking of luck, it is about to do in my season..... short of Hurts having the game of his life and Metcalf tripping on his shoelaces tonight, I am afraid I am on the outside looking in on this year's playoff. It's a pity as I think my team was good enough to win it. Unfortunately, it was also fickle enough to be where it is.
This weekend was one of the oddest weekends I have ever seen in fantasy.
A lot of NFL teams did not score (I think it was a near record low for touchdowns), hence fantasy studs did not perform. My four rostered wideouts had a total of 6.7 fantasy points this week, so I can't kick myself for playing the wrong guy. Actually, I don't think there is a single player that I cut this year that would have made much of difference in this week's outcome.