A baby step towards dealing with FAAB
Those who read me regularly know that I am not a fan of FAAB – the Free Agent Acquisition Budget – specifically, the blind-bidding process that uses it. For all the effort we make to try to accurately value players during the draft, we are seemingly fine with throwing away gobs of money in FAAB. Frankly, it's not much of a "budget" at all.
Research I did years ago showed that we lose over 50 percent of our FAAB dollars in overbids. That's money just squandered because we are not better at placing value on players during . . .
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