The moment when Darth Vader proclaimed to Luke Skywalker, "No, I am your father," in "The Empire Strikes Back." The reveal of what was in the box in the closing moments of "Se7en." How disappointing "Justice League" was despite all of those great superheroes being on screen together.
Odd things always seem to happen in our world, whether in entertainment or sports, so sometimes you have to think outside of the box when you're in the prediction business. With that said, here are 20 potential scenarios that would not shock me if they came true during the course of the 2018 fantasy football campaign. Because we all know how unpredictable the NFL can be.
It wouldn't shock me if ... Royce Freeman is this season's Kareem Hunt: I like everything about Freeman, including his landing spot in Denver. The rookie should pass Devonate Booker on the depth chart in the near future, and his skill set makes him a serious breakout fantasy candidate.
It wouldn't shock me if ... Jameis Winston becomes a post-suspension hero: Winston scored 18-plus fantasy points in six of his 13 games last season. He left two of those games early due to injuries but was a top-10 weekly performer among quarterbacks in six of 11 full starts.
It wouldn't shock me if ... Chris Carson hurts the value of Rashaad Penny: Carson has looked great during training camp, making the chances of a committee situation more likely this season. As a result, I'd be picking Penny as more of a flex starter rather than a No. 2 back in re-drafts.
It wouldn't shock me if ... your draft didn't have a top-50 quarterback: Plenty of owners will wait longer and longer to pick their No. 1 starter because the position is so deep and there's so little demand in standard leagues that start just one quarterback. Don't reach my friends!