The title says it all. Let’s just—yeah. Here’s the scoreboard.
Every part of this week went poorly. The execution was shite from everyone on the squad—myself included, as I made a number of roster moves and substitutions that left us with far fewer points than could have otherwise been earned.
The good(?) news is that even if I had made the right calls, the team still would have lost by about six points. What I’m trying to say is that for the second week in a row, we had no chance because players on my opponents’ teams KEEP POPPING OFF WHEN I PLAY THEM.
Here’s what to look forward to in the coming weeks:
- I will stop panicking and replacing guys who underperform for a single week
And that’s… I don’t know. I think that might be it. Basically, I need to rethink my approach to setting the lineup and playing the waiver wire each week. There’s a way forward; I just have to put a little more care into finding it.
Or, you know, I could focus on getting my synopsis together for Accounting for it All, since completing it is the only thing keeping me from having a complete query package put together.
I’ll let you guess which priority might win out over the course of the coming weeks. 🙂