Chasing Dragons: T.Y. Hilton’s ADP Is Terrifying
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T.Y. Hilton looks overpriced right now, especially with questions surrounding Andrew Luck‘s shoulder. There are three psychological concepts that a lot of the fantasy football strategy I write about and use falls under:
- Exploiting Recency Bias
- Chasing The Dragon
- The Asch Experiment
T.Y. HILTONHilton was the main Exploiting Recency Bias claim stake last season, after Brandon Marshall was the season before. Hilton made me look very smart, in the same way Marshall did; now, he looks to avoid the same fate Marshall suffered following his 2015 season being the golden boy of anti-conformity. An easy way to gauge Hilton’s cost rise from last year is using the arguments in that article but for an ADP of WR8 instead of WR15.
- Yes, they weren’t that stupid if we still remember them so well, that’s not the point, Madison Avenue. (back)