Fantasy owners should not avoid Big Ben
We don't have to break bread with the players we rely on for statistical prowess. I recall drafting Barry Bonds a few times during his crazy home run seasons and fellow owners would mock me for "liking" an unlikable player. Let's have some perspective here: I hardly know for sure what the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback did or did not do with his free time the past couple of months, but it's just not relevant to a fantasy football blog discussing his value, and neither are my personal feelings about him. What matters is the player is a valuable fantasy asset. That's all.
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