Found September 09, 2012 on Razzball Football:
Fantasy football is back, baby!  And with all the hooblah and fantasy goodness everyone is praying for in week 1, there are still a lot of last second decisions to be made as you pick your final line-up as rosters lock. We’ve already seen a possible every week starter emerge as if from nowhere in Kevin Ogletree, which is why I am admittedly short-sighted in my fantasy views.  As Nick and I discussed on the Podcast this week, I drafted the same defense (the Detroit Lions) in every single league as they were up against the Rams in week 1.  Then it’s stream and pick the best available in week 2.  One week at a time. That’s the same strategy I use for my last RB, WR or Flex spots as well.  I drafted BenJarvus Green-Ellis in a number of leagues, but he’s not getting a starting nod in any of those line-ups.  I know the Ravens aren’t quite as stout a D as we’ve seen in year’s past, but I still want to play the match-ups and try someone with more upside. If this is your first year checking ...
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