Football season is upon us; more importantly, so is fantasy-football season. Millions of people have spent the past few weeks preparing for and conducting fantasy drafts, and, year after year, one of the most common themes is the allure of the new: We're routinely infatuated with young, burgeoning talent, often at the expense of more reliable options. This year, for instance, heavily buzzed-about but largely unproven kids like Ryan Mathews and Arian Foster will frequently get drafted ahead of routinely productive known commodities like Steven Jackson and Joseph Addai. No one compliments you for taking Hines Ward in a fantasy draft the same way no one compliments you for... More >>>