Fantasy Football Philosophy: Why Opposing Opinions Are a Great Thing for Owners
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“Success is a journey, not a destination. The doing is usually more important than the outcome.” – Arthur Ashe Editor’s Note: This article was published before news of Gordon’s suspension broke this afternoon. The author thinks this makes for an excellent opportunity to acquire Gordon at a discount. My man Bryan Fontaine selected Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon in the third round of the ongoing rotoViz dynasty draft. Is that too high for Gordon? I don’t believe so, and I think most writers here would agree with me. We all pretty much get an erection every time Gordon’s name is mentioned; we think you should target Gordon, we love his comps, and we definitely think he’s the prettiest girl at the bar. I’ve personally gotten into two very legitimate heated arguments this year—one with my best friend and one with my own father—because they questioned my ranking of Gordon as a top 15 wide receiver. But guess what? You don’t have to like Gordon. Nor should you automatically assume he’s valuable because a few of us do. That’s the beauty of rotoViz; it’s a forum for intelligent debate—perhaps the most vital tool in the arsenal of an advanced fantasy football owner. We’re like Enterprise Rent-a-Car; we give you the tools you need to become your own boss. That’s most obviously reflected in the rotoViz apps, which allow you to visualize data and draw your own conclusions.