Make Subtle Changes Early in the Fantasy Season

Posted: 24th September 2009 by Michael McNeil in NFL
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Sometimes a minor tweak is all your fantasy roster needs to make a major difference. Early in the fantasy football season, it is important not to hit the panic button after the first week. Or even the second week for that matter. An 0-2 hole, while not desirable, is not insurmountable. While considering a trade here or there is not a bad thing early in the season, it does not always take a drastic overhaul to climb from the cellar. The Hazean’s team in the blogger league faced an 0-2 hole heading into the second weekend of the fantasy football regular season. But one minor change to the starting lineup made a significant difference in the outcome of the contest. Of course, it did not hurt to have Matt Schaub and his four touchdowns at the helm. But in this league, which rewards pass ...

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