Fantasy Football Advice: Are Your Early Losses Really Longterm Gains?

September 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There are a few familiar issues that always come traipsing along in the regular fantasy season that do nothing more than crap in our Monday morning Wheaties.
There is the all-too-familiar matchup where your star running back—who was supposed to dominate that week—was just abruptly shut down by the 29th ranked rushing defense.
Then there’s always the popular starting quarterback debacle where your ace in the hole throws for less than 200 yards and has a negative in the TD/INT ratio. You all know this one, that innocuous week where Dan Carpenter scores more points than Drew Brees.
OK, that may be a bit extreme, but you all know what I am talking about.
But what about those less heard moments in fantasy lore where injuries not only mess with your starting lineup, but are exacerbated by a waiver wire that is more desolate than the Atacama Desert?
Well sir, you’re looking at one of those guys, going through one of those things.
A few day...

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