Why Draft Kenny Golladay When This WR is Cheaper?
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Are you the kind of shopper who happily snaps up the the dented can of the brand name item that’s been marked down? Then this is the series for you. After all, why pay more when you can get the job done for less? That’s the thinking in using arbitrage in fantasy football, a concept first discussed years ago by the Fantasy Douche.
The idea behind using an arbitrage approach in your fantasy drafting is that you’re looking to keep the same upside, while reducing your risk. – Fantasy DoucheSome of arbitrage plays we talk about will be the next Marvin McNutt, and some will be last year’s Mark Ingram, a player we insisted brought as much upside as many of the backs in front of him. We won’t win them all, but the wins will outweigh the losses when the cost to acquire these players is so much more economical. I offer a cheaper alternative to fantasy Twitter’s official breakout favorite, Kenny Golladay.