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Two weeks in the books means we're starting to figure out some trends out and getting our questions answered. It's nice and calm. We are settling into our every-week roster. Even our kicker is a solid weapon. WRONG.
Fantasy sucks because our questions can never be answered. Asking yourself if and when will Larry Fitzgerald awake from his slumber is not the correct path. Questioning whether Jamaal Charles could blow the football further then the amount of rushing yards he put up on Sunday? It is not the move. The fact is, your damn well starting these boys next week. Hell, everybody who had Chris Johnson last year still convinced themselves to put Mr. Holdout in their roster on every given Sunday.
The frustration of screaming at the television, throwing pillows at the wall, and waking up angry Monday morning is a common trend that can easily be remedied with a steady dose of being an active fantasy owner who looks at trends and stats. Go create answers to problems and stop asking questions.
I have to apologize. This article would have made press earlier folks, but I was too busy picking up Kevin Kolb and buckling my seatbelt on the Arizona Cardinals bandwagon (editor's/Starbonell's note: I also aided in the delay of posting, but instead of dudes named Kevin, I was picking up females named Chastitty).
Listen up people, there's more after the jump: