Developing a Plan for the 2016 Daily Fantasy NFL Season
- Part 1: Setting Goals
- Part 2: The importance of having a weekly process
- Part 3: Bankroll allotment and diversifying game types
- Part 4: Analysis of the previous week
"Everyone has a plan 'til they get punched in the mouth." -Mike Tyson
In this four-part series, Developing a Plan for the 2016 Daily Fantasy NFL Season, we will make sure you are prepared to avoid any devastating punches to your bankroll.
Part 4: Analysis of the Previous Week
After the Sunday NFL slate is completed, most daily fantasy sports (DFS) players are eager to look forward to next weekend's matchups and salaries. In the famous words of ESPN's College Gameday analyst Lee Corso, "Not So Fast, My Friend!" To improve as a DFS player, we must first understand if the process is correct. Many players simply blame their misfortunes on bad luck and move on to the next week without considering the thought process. If you strive to improve as a DFS player, make it a priority to analyze your past lineups and decisions.