Way back in September, when my fantasy league held its draft, I struck gold with the first overall pick. One of the many benefits of picking first is you can square away all your crucial positions and then go for favorites earlier/more easily than anyone else. I took full advantage and probably reached a little to yank the Pittsburgh Steeler defense off the board for reasons too convoluted to describe here. When super-freak safety Troy Polamalu went down with a knee injury in the first game of the season against the Tennessee Titans, I knew I was in trouble. Luckily, I reached into the hat and—blind panic nothwithstanding—had the wherewithal to snag the New Orleans Saints' D. Insert big sigh of relief. Although my emergency plan has become the stalwart, I've still kept a clos ...
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