Right off the bat, the field is over-utilizing antiquated stacking techniques by being too married to “standard DFS stacking” practices, or roster constructions involving a quarterback + one pass-catcher + a correlated piece. This makes a lot of sense considering that particular roster construction covers only a finite area of the potential game environments we typically look to attack. As in, if we think about the paths to high fantasy outputs, a roster construction containing a quarterback + pass-catcher + correlation means each offense must be relatively concentrated while the game itself doesn’t blow up, which is a rather unlikely . . .