I learned that 1. RB's are becoming more and more of crapshoot 2. TE's are almost useless 3. Good IDP's that nobody knows about come up every year.. 4. Having a good QB is a necessity... 5. if you have have LT on your team , you'll most likely be a competitive team
Good question, because I'm sure we have all learned some the hard way lol...
Last year the main lesson I learned was to be patient on some higher caliber players in slumps...Its always hard to gauge if a player will continue to do terrible or if he will pick it back up, but I traded Gore and he ended up having some great games during the fantasy playoffs...Other then that Carson Palmer pretty much ruined my playoff run by deciding to play his worst games ever to finish the season, I had total team effort except from the QB position so I probably value it a tad higher then previous years.
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I learned that it doesn't matter how much you dominate in the regular season. All it takes is one bad postseason outing and you're through. I had what had to be the greatest team I have ever assembled, only to lose in the first round of the playoffs. My team:
QB-Tom Brady RB-Marion Barber III RB-Edgerrin James WR-Randy Moss WR-Larry Fitzgerald FLX-Ryan Grant TE-Jason Witten PK-Matt Stover DST-Minnesota Vikings
One and friggin' done after going 13-1 in the regular season.