This week a reminder that fantasy is unpredictable

If I had predicted this morning that Kevin Kolb would score more fantasy points than Tom Brady in Week 2 (or in any week for that matter), I would have been fitted for a straitjacket and been placed in a padded cell.

Guess what happened.

Brady scored a mere six fantasy points on Kolb went for 21 against the Saints, and that’s with three interceptions (minus-6 points). No matter what anyone says, there is no perfect science to predicting NFL games or fantasy player performances.

You play the matchups and hope for the best.

Unfortunately, there are always going to be weeks like this one, where almost nothing goes as planned. It’s all a part of the fun of fantasy football.

Or in some cases, the frustration.

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