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Fantasy football: It's better to be a week early than a week late

Fantasy football: It's better to be a week early than a week late

Usually when I write this column, I start with a premise and then veer off a little bit to touch on some other things. This week, I just started writing the quick-hitters and noticed a theme throughout, that being: I'd rather be a week early than a week late. So what does that mean as it pertains to fantasy football? Quite simply, it means sometimes I'd rather be proactive than reactive, especially as the season goes on. That means trying to identify and add a player before a slate of favorable match-ups, or dumping a player of name recognition before something goes wrong. When you wait, you end up having to react, and it can cost you. Free Agent Acquisition Budget (FAAB)...

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