Feb 7, 2007 0
I’ve been working this week on my annual “Lessons Learned” article and I gotta say; I didn’t learn all that much in 2006.
Clipped from the article:
“It wasn’t a particularly good year for the QBs, and it wasn’t a good year for the RBs. The WRs were a mix bag, as usual, and while it turned out to be a decent year for TEs, it was ugly early, and there were no real breakout stars. The kickers were basically a mess all season, and I dare you to find me a fantasy defense that put up good numbers on a weekly basis other than the Bear and Ravens. The Waiver Wire is always paramount when it comes to fantasy success, but 2006 wasn’t a great year for WW gems, either. Playing the matchups was harder than ever, due to the week-to-week nature of the league, and injuries were as prevalent as usual.
Basically, if you took LaDainian Tomlinson out of the fantasy player pool, it was anybody’s game.”
I think the good news about fantasy these days is everyone is at a loss in terms of what actually happens during an NFL season, me included. Yet, I always wind up in the thick [...]