Unless you're crunching a massive amounts of data to inform your every decision, you'll usually wind up taking some short cuts in the form of general rules. Things like: "Never draft a defense or a kicker until the final three rounds," would be an example of one. But beyond the obvious, each of us has some more controversial ones we've adopted that have worked in the past - at least in those instances we remember. Here are a few I've employed or heard others use in the past few years:
Take the "only game in town" receiver over an equally good WR with talent on the opposite side
Sell injured players if you can because they often fail to return to 100 percent at the projected timetable
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