Listen: DFS is fun. There is no way around it; it’s fun to “be a GM,” to compete against others, to chase after big cash prizes, and to create a rooting interest for yourself within each NFL game — a rooting interest, no less, that is often completely independent of the score (“The game within the game,” indeed!).
But “Fun” is not the reason we play DFS. If it’s the reason you are playing, you need to reassess what you are doing. When you play with the goal of “having fun,” you make it far less likely that you . . .