Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Unsolisited Advice From an Injured Guy: Conclusion: "Hang in There"

There's a lot that happens in a single week of NFL play these days. This directly impacts the fantasy season one way or another. Either your guy was injured or you picked up an injured guy's replacement or you are finally ready to trade your entire team to the competition. Perhaps you want to call out your fantasy players and tell them, "Be a man!" Slap 'em around a little and make your fantasy team #1 priority in their lives. Totally understandable. You're probably not the first. The NFL just doesn't play out the way you'd like it to work out. It is out of your maniacal control and you just don't think you can keep it together any more.

It is also National Jump to Conclusion Week too. Tom Smykowski: "It was a 'Jump to Conclusions' mat. You see, it would be this mat that you would put on the floor... and would have different CONCLUSIONS written on it that you could... JUMP TO."

Maybe we also need the rest of Tom Smykowski's advice to Peter: "Just remember If you hang in there long enough, good things can happen. I mean, look at me!"

How ironic that a near fatal car accident can be considered "good things." Fantasy football might not be Office Space, but it is a test to see if you are looking long or short term. The moves that do or do not transpire now can either make you or break you. So with that in mind, take a look at a few pieces of help out there available to us for free because even if week one was akin to a car wreck, "good things can happen. I mean, look at me!"

Maybe you benched H Nicks WR on his 3 YD day (ahem: Yankinfowlsandfeline). If so, maybe you need some better sit/start advice. So take a quick look at FantasyPros first week's accuracy results of the experts sit/start advice (yes that is two separate links; one for the results in statistics and one in a commentary format).

If you're ready to play the waiver wire or make a trade take a gander at these trade analyzer tools:
KFFL's Player Trade Analyzer
FantasySP's NFL Trade Analyzer
DynastyGuys Trade Analyzer

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