Fantasy football is a game that is impossible to predict.
We enter each new season with an abundance of rankings and projections, but by season’s end our predictions usually have more wrong answers than Vince Young’s Wonderlic test. Whether it’s an unheralded rookie, injury replacement or ex-convict, we can almost never accurately predict who the game’s top performers will be.
Projections are difficult to make with all that uncertainty, but somebody has to do it. And who better to do it than me, a 20-year-old college student with a laptop and a dream?
Here are my Five Locks and Five Crocks for the 2011 fantasy football season.