In the Life of a Fantasy GM
Do you sit your studs and do you drop your duds?
So you drafted LaDainian Tomlinson or Steven Jackson with one of your early picks; is it time to panic? What about Colston or White, each finished with less than 45 yards receiving; is Colston not the receiver we thought he was; and what about Rusty Roddy?
With your fantasy season typically being 13 or 14 weeks long, there is plenty of time for your team to get right. Most 10-12-team leagues include a two to three week playoff tree, so typically you don’t have to have the best record to make the playoffs, you just need to have the best team.
There were plenty of performances to frown about in Week One, but not many key ones warrant any drastic action like ...
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