There is a passage in the Yogavasistha that says: “Troubled or still, water is always water. What difference can embodiment or disembodiment make to the Liberated? Whether or calm or in tempest, the sameness of the Ocean suffers no change.”
Now, at this point, many of you are wondering why I am quoting the Yogavasistha in a fantasy article, but it’s actually very easy: Just because a rift happens in fantasy (Andre Johnson catching 3 balls for 33 yards, while Mark Clayton catches 10 for 119) doesn’t mean it is the norm. "…the Ocean suffers no change.”
This little slide is geared towards highlighting another oft unmentioned aspect of fantasy football: What NOT to do in Week 2.
It’s really easy to jump on a players bandwagon, especially after one solid week and especially if you are new to this. I am here to help you slow your roll a little bit, so let’s take a look.