Monday, October 4, 2010

The Luck factor of Fantasy football

Unfortunately no matter how many good moves you make you can still lose to just plain bad luck. Every fantasy football player will come to this at some point and it can be really frustrating. This past week I was tied with my opponent, I still had my QB left to play and he had nothing. I needed 1 point, just 25 yards or a touchdown. Jay Cutler ended up getting -3 points for me, which is unheard of. It hurt, because I thought I did all the right moves, but sometimes you just lose to bad luck.

This is a fantasy game, so we don't have actual control of what players do. This is pretty obvious though. Thats why if you if take part in this hobby, make sure you take everything with a grain of salt. Understand that you will have good luck and bad luck, over a long period of time it will even out. In order to win though over time, you need to make consistently good moves week to week.

15 comments:

  1. Luck is everywhere, it's inevitable :P

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  2. HAha, thank you my friend, this actually made me feel a bit better. I tried Fantasy Football like I said I would, thanks to your encouragement I might add. I lost 50 bucks in the first 3 days. To sya the least, I left in shame. But I'm thinking I might come back, and play for free for a bit, try it out a little more. You seem to really enjoy it, and I know alot fo people that do. Got any good starting tips for a young scholarly type like myself?

    Followin' and Believin'
    -JKane

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  3. I hate the luck factor. In everything.

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  4. sucks when you have a plan and luck makes its own @.@;

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  5. Its better to be lucky than skillful haha

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  6. Never thought about it that way

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  7. you have bad weeks, and good weeks.

    its life.

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  8. Mann I never knew how fantasy football worked or why people like it... XD But then again I don't really like real football either

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