Perception is reality.
It is a simple phrase that has been one of the most popular ad campaigns of all time that also rings true for fantasy football. The basic premise of fantasy football is to maximize value through draft strategy or dynasty roster management while having to take in to account the perceived value of each player. Quantifying perceived value is hard to do using only statistics. Fantasy owners tend to have a short-term memory, so players coming off a sub-par season due to injury or lack of playing time still have the ability to surprise post-hype. Read the rest of this entry at PFF Fantasy»