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Crippler wrote:jswede wrote:I'm in CBS and that's the reason I think I'll never try Yahoo. It takes scouting for prospects COMPLETELY OUT OF THE GAME.
You could be diligent, smart and a hard worker on the prospect end - find out about someone months in advance - and still lose out to a competitor who found out about him yesterday thru a front page article.
It just takes a very important aspect out of the game - one that separates managers in skill and work - and delegates it to luck (ie ww order).
Uhh yeah...because people in CBS leagues are completely banned from reading Yahoo Articles
sportsaddict wrote:Everyone is so caught up in finding the next prospect because they want to show the world how much they know about fantasy baseball. Who cares? It makes for good, interesting journalism, and they are articles that I enjoy reading. It's fun to look into the future to see who the future stars are in this league.
byfrcp wrote:You people do understand that Yahoo! Fantasy Sports is a business right? Part of that business is using their "Fantasy Experts" to help it's users. It's Funston and Evans job to help Yahoo! Users better themselves in Fantasy Sports. Reporting about Hot Prospects is a vital part of helping the Users better themselves. That's what they get paid for.
jswede wrote:The issue is with the shallow player pool.
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