• Posts Tagged ‘winning’

    Do franchise quarterbacks deserve all the credit for winning?

    by  • October 20, 2013 • Draft Strategy • 0 Comments

    Fantasy Douche has traditionally been one to bust conventions when it comes to NFL truths, written or unwritten. Back in January, he challenged the assumption that a quarterback is the key to a winning franchise by taking a look at the Patriots’ passing game history and what it means to have talented receivers.

    “Obviously the optimal situation is a franchise QB with two wide receivers who can get open at will. But dumpster-fire-QB with two wide receivers who can get open at will ends up beating the franchise QB with two scrub WRs.”

    Aside from the stats Fantasy Douche shares on Tom Brady and his history with good receivers, it’s also timely to note the graph on Matt Schaub, considering how much hate he’s been getting lately.

    via Fantasy Douche’s Further to the Interaction Between Quarterbacks and Receivers

    How to Win Your Fantasy Football League on Draft Day – vers. 2010

    by  • August 19, 2010 • Draft Strategy, Player Rankings, Tips & Strategy • 10 Comments

    When it comes to fantasy football draft strategy, I’ve tried almost everything. RB-RB? Of course. Draft a quarterback in the first round? Sure. WR-WR? Most definitely. But all this trial and error has paid off. After hammering out what I think is my best strategy to date last season in the “cutting out the...

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    How to Get Your 0-5 Team to 1-5

    by  • October 16, 2009 • Tips & Strategy • 1 Comment

    It happens to the best of us. Sometimes teams don’t work out. You draft Darren McFadden higher than you should have — grumble grumble. You put the hopes of your fantasy team on a sleeper like Matt Cassel, who hasn’t panned out yet. Maybe your team is putting up mad amounts of points, but...

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