With such lengthy down-time filled with plenty of lulls, very few NFL off-season moves go by without being scrutinized ad nauseum, especially from a fantasy football perspective. People talk themselves into believing that fifth-round rookies will become starters, that their favorite prospect who hasn't caught a pass since 2013 will be relevant again, and just about anything else to fill the void.
One thing people don't do is devote mental energy to a player they've written off as "bad". The problem is, the vast majority of us really don't have the time or knowledge to have an accurate read on just how good a player is and end up writing off players with great opportunity just because we've already formed an opinion on them.
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