OBPlover wrote:I rarely ask for help in return.
Don't be silly, you don't need any help from anyone around here...we are mindless, Yahoo clique followers.
OBPlover wrote:I am right, far, far more often than I am wrong.
Sure you are...this is why you'd not be looking for any help from us shlubs.
OBPlover wrote:Let me ask you a question, every year there are dozens of players who either perform far above or below expectations. Every year there are lists and "cheat sheets" telling people who to take and in what order.
Do you think being a consistently good fantasy performer will follow from simply going with the herd and trying to get luckier than the other owners? The same owners using the same lists and cheat sheets?
I'm assuming you think this site is full of people "going with the herd" and aren't very good fantasy performers. Not to burst your bubble though, but if you are in a league full of intelligent owners then, yes, luck plays a huge role in fantasy sports.
OBPlover wrote:When players perform far better or worse than expected, do you see this as the luck of the draw, or is this a mystery and a puzzle waiting to be solved, learned from and used to make someone a better player than they were before?
Hopefully, you feel the latter is correct. People are coming to you for advice. Shouldn't you feel like you have something unqiue to offer that they can't just look up on Fangraphs?
So what is your unique advice here? All I've heard is, you're all mindless Yahoo clique followers. Your a toad if you liked Hosmer this year and your a mad genious if you liked Willingham. I mean, thats all rock solid advice right there...keep up the good work.