Why Buy Brandin Cooks When This WR is Cheaper?
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Why buy a car for $20,000 when you can buy the same car with a crappy paint job for half the price? That, in a crude nutshell, is one way of looking at arbitrage, a concept the Fantasy Douche first applied to fantasy football several years ago. The 2017 draft season presents no shortage of opportunities to purchase players who have a host of things going for them – whether it be their situation, talent, or some other factor – for less than a similar, more expensive player. This time out, I investigate the question – why draft Brandin Cooks when a much cheaper second-year WR who looks a lot similar?