Information Overload: Week 1
Using highly valuable visuals, Aaron Hendrix looks closely at various advanced data sets and then comments on how we can best take advantage in daily fantasy football each week.
I’m a writer by trade. A pretty damn good one if I say so myself (and humble as well). I’ve made my living for well over a decade by putting words together. I could wax poetic . If I wanted to, I could put together a lengthy introduction filled with a thoughtful and meaningful message about how life relates to fantasy football. I did write a novel after all.
Here’s the thing though. I think being entertained is overrated when it comes to taking in fantasy football content. Most of us live busy lives and are serious about making money with DFS. We want one thing. Information. Meaningful information that will help us make informed decisions that will put money in our pockets. That’s where this article will help you.
I’m not going to tell you who to play or how to build your lineup. Ultimately that is your decision and one you need to be confident with. I will, of course, tell you my thoughts on players and situations and who I personally will play, but what the Information Overload is primarily about is giving you “meaningful information that will help you make informed decisions to put money in your pocket.”
I’ve already wasted a minute or two of your time. My apologies and it won’t happen again. (Maybe).
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