Bye Week Warriors: Okay, so there’s always an option or two to grab on your bye week, but here’s a couple things that people often forget about bye weeks. 1- During a bye week, most leagues will see undervalued or disappointing players get dropped, players that have no right being on the waiver wire. You can’t forget about these guys just because you weren’t the idiot that dropped them. Guys like John Carlson, Dallas Clark, Anthony Fasano, Matt Hasselbeck, Anthony Gonzalez, etc.. All I’m saying here is, when searching the waiver wire, don’t just click on “Last Game” to order the fantasy players, because that is likely to ignore all the best options in the bunch. The 2nd thing is this, if your team is full of hits, not a single miss in the bunch, but you’re still going to have to drop one for bye week help, don’t feel too bad about taking a little bit of a value hit in a trade to get the guy you want. Look at it like this, if you are going to drop Jonathan Stewart because he’s your worst option and you already have 4 good running backs, then instead of dropping him for Steve Breaston, feel free to offer him up for someone like Dwayne Bowe, Jericho Cotchery, or maybe even a Chad Johnson. People will undoubtedly need help at running back, and Stewart is one talented cat that many would like to get their hands on. Anyway, those are all good examples, but even a lesser guy like Hines Ward is a better option than Breaston. Be creative in your maneuvers – value in trades isn’t always a must – especially if you’re dropping a guy anyway.