Of course, there are always decisions to be made. Being a good general manager means never resting on your laurels. Of course, who would have imagined that this week's issue could be at quarterback?
Once you drafted Aaron Rodgers, it seemed like a no-brainer that the only week he wouldn't start would be his bye week. Then again, no one predicted that he'd suffer big losses in the wide receiver department. Randall Cobb is out for at least eight weeks and James Jones is uncertain for this week. That's bad news with Joe Haden and the Cleveland Browns defense coming to town.
See, maybe it's not such a no-brainer.
On the other hand, there's Stevan Ridley. The matchup against the Jets isn't the best on paper. But if last week is any indication, Bill Belichick seems to have regained confidence in the running back. Then again, you wouldn't be the first fantasy owner fooled by #Belitricks, which is always a possibility with LeGarrette Blount lurking on the sideline.
Last week, America's Team used Kenbrell Thompkins as a bye week replacement. It looked like he would be a bust before scoring the game-winning touchdown in the waning seconds of New England's win over New Orleans. Not that it mattered in the long run since you crushed Elliot Harrison's unhealthy Healthy8.
Sadly, it's time to say goodbye to Julio. It's a roster spot that could be better used by another player.
With just three running backs on the roster, it would have been nice to beef up that position. But it's not an exaggeration to say the market for fantasy running backs is pretty barren. So your best options right now center around a group of wideouts.
For the moment, that's all secondary to the task for the week -- take down Matt "Money" Smith's Suhey's Soup Sifters. Can you run your winning streak to six and take another big step toward the fantasy postseason in the process?
Be sure to get your votes in to help Team America set its lineup for Week 7. You can make your voice heard by clicking on the images to the right or by going over to Fantasy Genius. And if you still have questions that you need answered for your own fantasy team this week, head over to Genius and put it out to the fantasy audience at large.
Good luck and happy Week 7. Go America!