FFL: Winning the Championship
So here are some quick tips on preparing for your big game. You might feel more pressure to win than ever before, but if you follow these guidelines, you will have to done your best to ensure a victory.
Don't overthink: Now there seems to be an increased emphasis on every single lineup move. But overanalyzing every decision is not going to guarantee success. By this point, you know who your best players are, and you should stick with them. Use the guys that brought you this far, and in instances where players are close in value, use matchups or recent trends to make informed decisions. Set your lineup early in the week, become comfortable with it, and don't change it unless injuries become an issue.
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