A bad, bad week in fantasy football

Some weeks you get lucky, other weeks you don't. I couldn't have done much worse than I did in Fantasy Football this week:

I started Mike Sims-Walker (deactivated for partying the night before, 0 points) in several leagues, over such players as Cedric Benson (27 carries for 120 yards and a touchdown, 19 points) and Roddy White (8 catches for 210 yards and 2 touchdowns, 33 points), and made the last-second decision to start a banged-up Calvin Johnson (1 catch for 2 yards, 0 points) over Ahmad Bradshaw (11 carries for 110 yards and 2 touchdowns, 28 points) in two separate leagues, one of which I lost by a single point.

The problem with liking certain players is that you always end up picking them up over and over again, and then getting crushed when they disappoint.

For example, I started David Garrard (181 yards, 0 touchdowns, 3 points) in more than half the leagues I'm in this last week. Sigh.