Peyton Barber is in the midst of another pathetic game as I’m writing this. He’s at 8 rushing attempts for 33 yards and I don’t see that number growing more than that. If the Buccaneers are serious about winning they’ll release their rookie RB Ronald Jones on the league for week 4. Either way — he’ll make his debut soon and have no one in his way from quickly gaining RB1 status. He’s currently unowned in about 80% of leagues, but smart owners (that’s you!) will start sitting on him now to reap the benefits later.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Fantasy football ain’t for the faint of heart. This is real sh*t right here. Injuries happen. You can’t avoid them. I can’t remember the last time I owned a fantasy team, in any sport, that didn’t suffer a huge loss due to injury. Part of being a successful fantasy football owner is how you handle those injuries. You can’t sulk and say, “That’s it. My season’s over.” No way. Get on the waiver wire. Make some trades. Fight till the end. No one likes a quitter. My boy DMX said it best: either put up or shut up!Please, blog, may I have some more?