Neutral Zone Wrap: Fantasy Can Be Frustrating
Neutral Zone Wrap: Fantasy Can Be Frustrating

This article is part of our Neutral Zone Wrap series.


Fantasy can be frustrating. You've probably heard this phrase a million times and seen it placed into action on at least a million and one occasions. And it's not always your fault. Yeah, you've probably heard that sentiment too. But consider situations where your lineup seems to perform their best only to have the effort go for naught.

I mean, don't you hate it in head-to-head when your team has an awesome week but you just happened to face one of two opponents who could've beaten you? Or consider the free-agent bidding process and imagine coming up a dollar short for almost every player. Not just one or two bids; try eight different offers.

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Evan Berofsky
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