The Studs and Duds method to the virtual soccer Auction is 토토가상축구패턴리스트 the most logical one, according to me. As a general rule, I prefer to spend all of my auction money on a few players and pay approximately a dollar for the remainder of my roster. Creating a communist team without any standouts or real low-end players is one option, but I believe there are two alternative ways to approach the auction. In the third technique, you don’t have a plan and you just go with the flow.
Neither of these techniques has an exact definition, and there are various degrees of all three, but this is how I intend to handle each in future conversations with each of them. No matter how you go about it, you’ll need some wiggle room in case things spiral out of control, such as a severe under- or over-spending relative to the reasonable auction values. Flipping your plan might be necessary if you find yourself in this situation. Studs-N-Duds, in my opinion, is the best option if all other factors are equal.
Starting at the bottom, let’s move our way up. In the “I don’t know what I’m doing” approach, there is little to no discussion. Every league has its share of dumb owners who show up having only opened their virtual magazine the night before. Honestly, these types of players don’t bother us. It would be nice if they didn’t get too lucky and wind up donating their buy-in to the league instead. Unless you’re reading this piece in June, it’s quite unlikely that you are this individual.
Before your auction, if you’ve truly done some study, you might have convinced yourself into the balanced team plan. It is not as disastrous as the “I have no strategy” approach, but I believe it is wrong. I’m not a fan of it because of the overabundance of talent. What’s wrong with having too many options? My players go hurt every year, therefore I need good back-ups, one would argue. In theory, I agree with you, but in practice, your rigidity is a hindrance. When I initially started in the auction business, I discovered this for myself. You wind up with such a packed bench compared to the rest of the field that making any moves becomes impossible. Because you don’t have anyone to cut, you can’t use the waiver wire to make any new signings. When the bye weeks begin, you will have difficulty filling positions for which you do not have a substitute (probably kicker, defense, TE, and maybe even QB depending on your bench size).
To do so, your team will have to cut a player who should not be cut, and you will then be able to strengthen your opponent through the waiver wire. A lot of the pleasure for me is acquiring guys that emerge from the obscurity or have a lot of potentials after a key starter is sidelined during the season.
Even though no one knew much about Jamaal Charles before the season, once he started, he was one of the best players in football. To ensure that your squad is well-rounded and ready for the bye week or waiver wire, it’s best to keep one position open for a late-season acquisition or a waiver wire steal.
There are several reasons why I think the Studs-N-Duds approach is a better option than a more 실시간가상축구패턴리스트 balanced team approach. If you spend your money early, you’re stuck with a bunch of dudes who don’t belong on a team in the first place. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, as you’ve given yourself the chance to pursue a breakout wide receiver like Miles Austin or Sidney Rice, both of whom had a breakout season last year.
When a player is injured in front of them or a higher talent emerges, numerous players emerge from the shadows during the year. As long as you have someone you can cut, you’ll always have a chance to bring in these players. The fact is, even if you don’t succeed in picking up many players from the waiver wire since you already have a roster full of undesirables, you’ll be in a better position to experiment. In the same way that sales reps cold-call potential customers to convert them into customers, the more clients they phone, the more customers they get. Allowing for more waiver moves means that you’ll almost certainly be able to land a few of the players that work out, and when they do, it’s even better. A waiver wire star is now yours. With the pre-established studs you won in the auction, you could be on your way to the title. As an alternative, a well-balanced team makes you more dependent on the team you purchased at auction (that was based on preseason info and assumptions).
Virtual soccer, the number of deals you may make is restricted because you have a greater stake in the players you already have and hence cannot cut them. As a result, your chances of finding good players on the waiver wire are significantly reduced. Going the SND route also keeps you from being forced to cut good players only to fill in a starting role if you don’t have a back-up and don’t want to lose your starting quarterback.
If you invest your money in the best players early, you get the difference-makers on your squad, which is my main reason for going SNDs. Every club requires at least one or two players capable of delivering a game-winning home run. To maximize your chances of scoring huge points each week, you should spend your money on two to three big-name high-value players. Middle-of-the-road acts just don’t have the same impact as big-name stars.
You can expect mediocre results when you hire mediocre people. You can get a lot of reliable players, but if you want to win week after week, you need a player capable of producing a game-changing performance. Chris Johnson and some schmoes are preferable to an overabundance of mid-tier skill because I know that Johnson can win me games on his own on occasion, even if he’s surrounded by talented players I can pick up for cheap.
The waiver wire is a great place to pick up playable and possibly 가상축구패턴리스트 even decent matchups for your starting quarterback, wide receivers, tight ends, cornerbacks, and defensive linemen. If you had two running backs and two wide receivers on your team, you could be happy with 40 points, but a Chris Johnson or an AP can put up 40 points every week by themselves. Since when has winning or performing well in a regular-season always come down to one player having an exceptional year? Even while players can appear out of nowhere (which you can now do on the waiver wire), the best players are frequently those who cost a lot of money to get during the auction process.
Suppose you’ve got your studs and duds team and it’s not working; you’re losing or you’ve suffered many injuries to other positions. If your stud is performing, you can always trade him in for a two- or three-for-one deal and bring in a lot of new faces to the team. It’s amusing to note that it’s usually the well-balanced teams who seek to get the best players through trade. Unless something terrible happens, you never see the teams with the best players shopping about. So why don’t you pay for your studs upfront and then build around them?
The main drawback to the SND strategy is the risk of injury and the loss of trade value if one or more of your great players becomes ill or injured. But the truth is, if you lose one of your big horses, you’re fucked anyway. Despite this, I would argue that because injuries are so unpredictable in terms of who will get hurt and when a backup plan is unnecessary.
There are very few championship teams that were built on the backs of injured starters. The number of injuries you suffer varies from season to season. It’s possible to go through them, but it’s also possible that you can’t. To deal with the possibility of injuries, you should construct a team that is subpar at best. Be bold, or be square.
Even though I believe going SNDs is the best approach when entering an auction, this does not mean you should spend all of your money at outrageous auction prices. Be flexible at auctions. I’ve written about it before. I still believe so, because if the Studs are just too expensive, you can’t damage your squad by spending crazy amounts of money on them.