Consistency. Consistency. Consistency. That’s what it’s all about, ladies and gentlemen! Let’s not bury the lead here, and that’s the fact that you simply cannot undermine consistency when approaching your fantasy football drafts. Even if you have adopted the “I’m finishing in first or last” mentality, you’re still going to need some consistency in there. Sure, you’ll likely have less, but if you’re goal is to build a balanced team, consistency is imperative.

There’s a time and place for upside and no fantasy team should be devoid of players that could reach their ceiling in 2020. However, when there’s too much upside and “what could be’s” on your team and not enough reliable players, you could be in some trouble. These players that...