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Fantasy Football Week 4 – Time To Panic?

Matt Forte In a 12-week Fantasy Football season, every game counts. FF players don’t have the luxury of waiting a few weeks for their guys to get hot. It is even more crucial that top draft picks play to their value. A bust with your top pick could make or break your season. Week 3 is over, you’re 0-3 and it is time to come to grips with your busts and make alternative plans.

I wrote a blog a few weeks back looking at guys who should make you panic or not. At this point, you really don’t have the time not to panic. But there are a few guys who are starting slow for a variety of reasons. I am going to go out on a limb here and try and talk you (and me) down off the ledge.

The only and I mean only luxury of going 0-3 or finishing in last place is the waiver wire pickup. You have the first or second shot of rebuilding your team with the hottest waiver wire selections available in your league. I have completely turned my season around by picking up guys like Derek Anderson a few years back and Mewelde Moore last season. I’ll talk waiver wire pickups later in the week.

So here we are going into Fantasy Football Week 4 and your top pick has given you nothing. Panic or don’t panic?

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