4 Star Players You Need To Bench In Week 12 Of Fantasy Football
One of the mistakes some managers make, is that they don’t dare substitute their star players, even if it is crystal clear that their star player is under-performing. So it’s difficult to fathom what Wales rugby defence coach Shaun Edwards was getting at ahead of Friday night’s Six Nations clash between benchstarplayer.com Wales and Ireland in Cardiff when speaking about the prospect of prodigiously of hugely talented fly-half Sam Davies once again beginning the game on the bench.
Clint Capela doesn’t belong starting alongside Dwight Howard, and the fact that Houston needs him there shows how pathetic the rest of their roster is. Capela is one of the league’s best shot blockers and rim protectors, so if he is ever able to attempt a shot from outside of five feet from the rim he will become one of the deadliest players in the league.
The Mavericks have a team option on Nowitzki for $25 million for next year, but given his relationship with Mark Cuban and the fact that Dirk has played all 19 of his NBA seasons in Dallas, in all likelihood, the decision to return will ultimately be his.
While we all marvel at the spectacular show that players like, Durant, Harden, and Westbrook put up (and rightly so) we should not forget about the guys who come in off the bench, because these are the players (that when they catch fire) are just as fun to watch as any other player in our league, whether it be Crawford breaking some poor defender’s ankles, Louis Williams scoring 40, or Iggy running the show at the Oracle Arena.
Wales’ bench hasn’t even done a very good job this Six Nations, but neither has Howley and company when it comes to utilising it in defeats to England and Scotland. Players don’t have to partake in an event if they choose not to, however, and there have been more than a couple of Alabama players avoiding the bench press.