There’s No Free Lunch in Fantasy Football

There are over 27 million fantasy football owners who understand this lesson all too well.  We’ve all lost money, sacrificed time, and given up other benefits that economists would consider opportunity costs.

Like the principles of economics, fantasy football can be described as “the basic relationship between scarcity and choice.”  Whether its making better draft selections or optimizing your starting lineup, owners that make better choices win more leagues.

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