Hindsight is, and always will be, “20/20.” Hindsight as it relates to DFS is no different. Looking back after seeing the results, we can rationalize why certain plays worked out and why others did not. It’s vitally important to reflect in DFS, but it’s just as vital to separate the rational outcomes from the random outcomes.
This very article from last week is the perfect microcosm for rational vs. random. If you came to this space last week, thank you. If you took Michael Pittman, Nick Chubb, and the Browns defense from this article, you . . .