/r/fantasyfootball - Good For Your Season
I know that it’s purely mental and has nothing to do with the outcome but I can’t stand if every single player I have is done playing by the end of the morning games. Whatever you have at that point is your final score and you have nobody left to kinda help you out or look forward to in the afternoon, Sunday night, or Monday night games. Idk but it just feels more reassuring having players spaced out throughout the day and having an idea of what you need from people in order to get the victory. Feels like blowing your load too early and praying the other team doesn’t catch up otherwise. Am I just weird or do other degenerates out there understand me?
Now that we have a good grasp on the strengths/weaknesses of our teams, a lot of deals should be getting made right about now.
While many people bandy about the "Buy-Low" moniker, it doesn't usually fit on the players they like to use as examples (Derrick Henry, Austin Ekeler, Kyle Pitts, etc).
Despite the fact that preseason ADP is now completely irrelevant, managers will still fall into the sunk cost fallacy, and will have a hard time sending away their early-round pick, in exchange for players who were drafted late, if at all.
(For example, the Kyle Pitts manager in your league is probably declining offers such as Higbee + Thielen, even if would help them a ton in the short term)