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Welcome to Fantasy Football, in Theory, your only podcast devoted to fantasy football strategy in the abstract.
Who we choose to speak to shapes not only what we come to believe, but even the manner in which we think about things. Most fantasy football podcasts feature people within the fantasy football industry speaking with other industry insiders, which is a useful way to sharpen our thoughts and feelings about fantasy football.
But what does this approach miss? Twitter-friend Bob Mozitis (@briks42) was kind enough to play guinea pig as I tried to find out.
Content referenced during this episode includes:
My historical fantasy value spreadsheets for QBs: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1NX1RHFYpgmAIojpczvNW2aK7dgLC30ISeKAKSERhHdM/edit?usp=sharing
(If you scroll right on the main page, you'll find quick filters to sort by production though a specific age or year of experience, at a specific age or year of experience, or after a specific age or year of experience.)
If you enjoy my work, you can find it exclusively at www.footballguys.com. An archive of links to past articles of mine is also available at my blog, http://dynastytheory.blogspot.com/2014/08/a-link-to-all-my-writings.html.
If you have any other questions or comments, or you'd like to submit a topic for a future show, I can be reached via email at FantasyInTheory@Gmail.com, or on Twitter at @AdamHarstad.
Thanks for listening!