Bye week blues due to AZ, SEA, TEN, SD, DEN and KC got you down?
Shoot for atleast 4-2 after week 6. But don't let a poor start get you down. Check the rules to see how playoff spots are allocated. Perhaps it is best record and then most points, then next best H2H and then next best points scored. My point is there are some leagues where my teams start off slow even though they are good teams. Bad breaks with Arian Foster or Andre Johnson or R Mendenhall can get you down but do not give up the ship. Keep fighting on. In several leagues I am 2-3 or 1-4 but in the top 5 in points scored. That usually is a good indicator of things to come. I may have played the best teams early or gotten "unlucky" but things can change quickly. Especially with the bye weeks upon us.
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