Archive: value

Value: Why Do We Lose Sight After the Season Starts?

27th of October, 2012

There’s a purpose, or objective, associated with everything you do. You go to the gas station. Why? Because you need gas. Your car won’t run without it. You slip in your Madden disc for some gaming. Why? Because you want the enjoyment of seeing your beloved Browns actually win a game. Everything you do, there’s […]

The Geriatric Trio: Valuing Chad, T.O. and Moss

8th of August, 2012

The year was 2003. Peyton Manning was the second best fantasy quarterback, sandwiched between Daunte Culpepper and Trent Green. Priest Holmes and Ahman Green dominated the running back landscape, with Stephen Davis and Moe Williams rounding out the top-12 at the position. And at tight end, only Tony Gonzalez was able to beat out Shannon […]

Value Based Drafting: Version 2

28th of June, 2012

The goal in drafting a successful fantasy football team is to select a lineup that creates the most value. I talk about this concept a lot throughout The Late Round Quarterback. It’s easily my favorite word to describe logical, sound fantasy football selections. Joe Bryant created a system a while back that is now referenced […]