There are plenty of paths to victory in fantasy football. There's no one full-proof strategy. But a strategy focused on wide receivers has been a winner for me three of the last four years. It appears to be based on solid historical data. I'll examine the outlook for the strategy in 2014 in a series of articles, as well as look at its pitfalls, and recent trends.
Using a wide receiver-focused strategy last season in nine leagues, I made the playoffs in eight and won four. It's a small sample, but still impressive. And I had winning years two of the previous three seasons with this strategy. And the amazing thing is last year none of my winning teams had any of the best fantasy players: Peyton Manning, LeSean McCoy or Jimmy Graham.
The core of the strategy is simple in that it tries to avoid risk with your most expensive players and embrace risk elsewhere. Fantasy football is chaos. It's hard to forecast the success of any player that You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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