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High-Risk, High-Reward Players in 2021 Fantasy Leagues

High Risk-High Reward Players by Alan Seslowsky – Twitter: @Alanseslowsky Fantasy football players have a difficult time escaping recency bias. It’s a leak in many of our games. We often draft players in the first couple of rounds that do not have long track records of sustained success. We draft with rose-colored glasses on, seeing

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Drafting Players From Uncertain and Ambiguous Depth Charts

Drafting Players With Uncertainty-Ambiguous Depth Charts by Alan Seslowsky – Twitter: @Alanseslowsky The key to winning your fantasy football league is drafting players that outperform their ADP. In an ideal world, if all of our players outperformed their draft cost, you should theoretically win your league. Since that is improbable you need to identify soft

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Low-Risk First-Round Draft Picks in 2021 Fantasy Leagues

Low Risk First Round Draft Picks by Alan Seslowsky – Twitter: @Alanseslowsky You can’t win your fantasy football league with your first round draft pick, but you certainly can lose it. A common mistake that experienced fantasy football players make is “swinging for the fences” in the first round. It is optimal to minimize risk

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Second Year Players You Need To Draft in 2021 Fantasy Leagues

Second Year Players You Need To Draft by Alan Seslowsky – Twitter: @Alanseslowsky Every year fantasy players are full of excitement and optimism for rookies. We can’t blame you. It is normal to see a fresh set of faces with new skills. The incoming rookies have not disappointed us…yet. Inevitably most rookies will fail to

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Rookie Risers: Best Ball ADP Observations

Rookie Risers: ADP Observations by Alan Seslowsky – Twitter: @Alanseslowsky Rookie ADPs in best ball and redraft leagues often experience a roller coaster effect. Prior to the NFL draft rookie, ADPs are relatively inexpensive. Immediately following the NFL draft, many rookie ADPs skyrocket. This is an obvious overreaction and enthusiasm about the new player’s landing

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