Adam Harstad is a writer for Football Guys, a stay-at-home dad, and an expert in Dynasty Leagues. In what follows, we run him through his entire repertoire of fantasy football-related topics, and he still has enough gas to start comparing Pearl Jam and Nirvana to football players. He gave us a link to plug for Reality Sports Online, below, as well! Unfortunately, he also lives near the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamHarstad
This is part 2 of a 2 part roundtable with these two, focusing on the impact of statistical analysis in fantasy football.
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Subject: Fantasy Football, 2015 and beyond
— How confident are you in the fundamental principle that we can use the past to predict the future?
— Are there things related to football where you have little to no confidence that we can predict them?
— Is it a matter of things being unpredictable or is it a matter of us not having the data required to predict them?
— Thinking about age curves
— Applying age curves to Frank Gore.
— What does it mean that PECOTA can spit out comps based on age, as compared to the NFL?
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