The Broyles Treatment
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It's official. The halfway point of the season has arrived and can we just pull over for a second and take a breather? I mean, Calvin Johnson is miles behind us and is lost in some overrated city named Detroit. Arian Foster keeps churning and has established himself as a reliably legit “fantasy workhorse” that will go down in the books. It sure has been hard to find many of those this year. Check Heath Miller on the list of consistent gentlemen that were severely underrated when the season commenced.
Fantasy football truly is no easier than putting together a perfect bracket during March. The only reason we have success and win leagues is because were only competing against friends with similar “intellect.” And this claimed intellect is defined as stumbling into the front door at 3:38 AM on a Sunday morning and deciding it's time to be “bold” and bench Eli Manning for Michael Vick. Two things need to be acknowledged here: all fantasy decisions need to be made before the second Heineken is consumed (insert Jim Carry scene from The Cable Guy) and never, ever, ever bench Eli Manning.
Staying focussed throughout the second half is undoubtedly how you use the waiver wire. Make the big moves before they can be seen. Read up for serious knowledge about how even the common man can turn that 4-4 start into a league championship and riches.
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