Struggles Among Fantasy Football Elite Through Two Weeks and What It Means

September 23, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

How exactly did the fantasy football universe become more upside-down than Aunt Bertha’s pineapple cake?
Just two-plus short weeks ago, everything was in its place. The Chris Johnsons, Maurice Jones-Drews, and Adrian Petersons of the world were sitting at their rightful place atop most people’s rankings, ready to wreak havoc on defensive units that had no answers for their rushing fury. Just 14 days ago, the Michael Vicks and Jason Snellings were nestled away on their respective team’s depth charts, offering no more than a deep sleeper option to fantasy football redraft owners.
But someone during the past two weeks took a jackhammer to the ordered peacefulness that we call fantasy football. What does it mean? Is it time to worry about preseason “studs?” Let’s discuss…
If someone had told me in late August that the top four players in standard PPR fantasy leagues after two weeks of play would all be running backs, I would have no...

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