well in terms of just fantasy football articles, yes. As far as regular nfl columns, no.
I don't particularly think King or Dr. Z are good writers or very insightful on anything. I think the conlcusions they draw and the logic used to get those conclusions is atrocious.
That said, they are obviosuly skilled at the unseen parts of being a reporter/writer/editor, cultivating contacts, keeping abreast of things around the league (behind the scenese), and all that stuff.
I think part of the problem isn't necessarily the writers, its the ownership. Why hire a fantasy guy to right the article when "we have football guys on staff, have them do it." But I think these guys are too close to the subject, and don't view the game through the appropriate lens. They clearly don't understand that fantasy isn't "all about stats," its really more of an economic game, figuring out player distribution, and firguing out REALTIVE to other positions, which have the most depth, VBD, and all that stuff. But from the regular coverage its "Oh Peyton is poised to have a monster year, better take him."
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