- H2H has a regular season. It's just a few weeks shorter than the Roto season. Those few weeks when most seem to agree that weird things start to happen on MLB rosters.
- The top teams in that regular season are very likely the same ones that would have ruled in Roto. There are variations within a week, but over the course of the season (not many seasons, as someone just mentioned), these things are going to even out. If you're seeing that your team gets habitually burnt in H2H by these variations WITHIN the season, then I've got another explanation for you. You aren't very good in math.
- The playoffs are not part of the regular season. Seriously, gang, they're not. It's another fun thing to do when the regular season is over, when interest in the league would otherwise be waning. To consistently say that "one week spoiled your season"...well, that's your choice if you want to feel that way. But it doesn't have to be so.
- You've won over the long haul. That third place guy whose team got hot and beat you in the playoffs wanders over to trash talk. Do you a.) take it to heart, because you know that he's right? or b.) laugh it off, because NOBODY is that bad in math?
That's it, I give up. I've got a fantasy team to manage. And the cool think is that I know the guy I'm opposing is hard at work, too. Because we both still care.