Fantasy Losers On Sale
There are two ways people handle unproductive fantasy players: bench’em until they regain some sort of value, or cut the cord and trade them away. The impatient people (or trade lovers) are quick to move a fantasy player without thinking; their loss is your gain. It’s a long season and acquiring a struggling player for next to nothing is a smart investment.
Through the first 2 weeks we have all witnessed some impressive fantasy performances from the likes of Drew Brees, Chris Johnson, Andre Johnson, Tony Gonzales and many others, but the bums are the talk around the water cooler. Most people love to bitch about a guy who cost them a win; if you play your cards right you can steal them away for a bag of footballs. The following are struggling fantasy players that might turn it around quickly:
Coming off an impressive rookie campaign, Steve Slaton was highly sought after in this year’s fantasy drafts. Through 2 weeks Slaton has carried the ball 26 times for 51 yards (2.0 ypc), and zero touchdowns. He has also caught 6 balls for 60 yards with zero touchdowns. In standard scoring leagues, Slaton is tied for “th