Buying or Selling Fantasy Football's Slumping Studs

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Buying or Selling Fantasy Football's Slumping Studs
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We're three weeks into the 2013 fantasy football campaign, and some trends have already developed this year.

Even with a slow(ish) start, Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is still a top-five fantasy back in standard-scoring systems.

The Philadelphia Eagles offense has been a fantasy goldmine, with tailback LeSean McCoy, quarterback Michael Vick and wideout DeSean Jackson all at or near the top of their respective positions.

However, it's not all sunshine and puppies.

A number of players who were high-draft picks in fantasy leagues this year have fallen flat, leaving their fantasy owners scrambling for the liquor cabinet as they ponder whether to weather the storm or cut bait.

Which is it? Should fantasy owners ride it out or hit the "eject" button? Should they consider buying these slumping stars while the price is low, or would even that minimal investment be wasted?

Let's take a look!

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