Fantasy football owners are no different than NFL general managers and head coaches in many respects. It's difficult, if not impossible, to place a healthy amount of trust in someone who has failed us countless times before. We all want the security of knowing the players we start are going to deliver the type of production we need with a minimum amount of risk attached.
Of course, that isn't always the case. There are times our backs are against the wall and we are asked to place our trust in players we don't entirely trust.
Enter Matt Leinart.
With Matt Schaub likely done for the year with a foot injury, the Houston Texans have turned the reigns of their potent offense over to Leinart. You remember Leinart, don't you? He was the 10th pick in the 2006 draft but gained more notoriety in Arizona for posing in hot tubs with college babes then he for anything he did as a quarterback on the football field.
After being banished from Arizona before last season, Leinart found a home as...