This article is part of our Exploiting the Matchups series.Last year at the start of the fantasy playoffs (or the critical win-and-you're-in final regular season game, depending on your league), I advised, as I often have in the past, to simply KISS for that playoff run.
Keep. It. Simple. Stupid.
Mike McCarthy forgot that, and look where it got him. Actually, McCarthy is a bit of an extreme case. He kept it far too simple for far too long. As in, his offense lacked any bells and whistles and relied on far too simple of route concepts, depending on Aaron Rodgers to make magic happen with a receiver corps getting no creative assists from its play caller.
He kept it too simple, too stupidly. ...
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