For lack of a better term, and for ease of understanding, we’ll refer to these psychological aspects of the game as creating “chalk” and “chalk builds.” Chalk, or the congregation of ownership about players, is largely chalk for a reason, in that players who are expected to be heavily owned are expected to be heavily owned because they are in a good spot for fantasy production. But it is absolutely imperative we begin to analyze what that will do to the rest of our roster. Enter chalk build. I define the chalk build as the most common way for . . .