We're one week into the 2021 fantasy football season, and many managers are already panicking.
That's what happens when your first-round running back gains less than 10 yards in the opener, like Green Bay's Aaron Jones. Or when your high-end quarterback throws for only 133 yards and tosses two picks, like Aaron Rodgers. Or when your WR2 gets zero targets and gets passed on the depth chart, like San Francisco's Brandon Aiyuk. Or when your running back isn't even active on game day, like Buffalo's Zack Moss.
Other than that, though, everything went fine.
However, the season is a marathon, not a sprint.