In Week 3, I finally put a W on the board in my highest-stakes league and now appear primed to return to .500 following a strong showing on Thursday Night Football against a low-life opponent. Have no fear, 1-2 is a perfectly fine place to be unless you’re playing Skip-Bo against your four-year-old niece. In sports, especially fantasy, there is an unavoidable degree of variability and uncertainty that can make life maddening. However, if we commit to the process the same way Deion Sanders does to his hair follicle treatment, failure is not an option. The season is long. Continue to make the right decisions based on facts and the wins will come. This week, that might mean making a difficult call on Trevor Lawrence as your QB1 or starting Alvin Kamara in his first game back. Should you dare put Quentin Johnston in your lineup in his increased role? WHat about DeVon Achane? We’ll get to all of that and more in the Week 4 start vr. sit, which begins right now.
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