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Congratulations! If you are reading this, you have made it to your league’s fantasy playoffs, or you are relegated to the consolation bracket and appreciate this column.
I think the former is the more likely reason.
Regardless of your reason, it is good to know that you are seeking advice. This is it. You have to do any and everything to win your league. The past week of games gave me a lot to think about, and made me question what can be done to push your team to the top. Your rise depends on your decision to take a chance, or stand pat. To be fair, what you have done my column or not, has worked. I am the person who can cut bait if part of the ship starts to take down the rest. That being said, take a look at the highs and lows I have for the first week of the fantasy playoffs.
Brandon Saad, Left Wing, Chicago Blackhawks: I mentioned that Saad was slowly rising on the list of players to watch and/or add, and he has made me look like a geniu...