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We almost certainly wouldn’t have been talking about fantasy football this year without their hard work.So as we turn a new leaf, let’s look back on the lessons that we learned through this rocky season — and how we can turn those lessons into actionable steps for next season.Try to nail the perfect draft for the 2020 season with our Perfect Draft Game >>#1. Fantasy managers who invested an early-round pick in the sophomore quarterback have been rewarded with the QB9 performance thus far, which isn’t bad, but certainly isn’t worth the kind of draft capital required to get him.As the QB9, Jackson averaged 22.6 points per game this season. All three are also top-25 players at the position.We knew — or could’ve reasonably speculated — that these guys would have roles on passing downs when the year began. All of them have flashed WR1 upside at different points in their careers; most of those guys were drafted as WR1s this year.Pay close attention to where they end up. Waller looked like a high-floor option due to his massive target share, while Mark Andrews seemed like a boom-or-bust play doomed for touchdown regression because of his relatively limited volume.As you prepare for next year’s draft, plan to take a high-volume tight end early. You couldn’t predict when a player would land on the COVID-19/reserve list, and if you had multiple star players on the list at the same time, you shouldn’t have had to drop one just to field a complete team.While it’s likely that the league won’t have the COVID-19/reserve list last year, and there’s a good chance that the NFL pivots back to eight-week injured reserve designations, reserve slots allow managers to hold onto players they might otherwise have to cut.

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