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Robinson's Fantasy Rundown: What to do with unsustainable producers

Last week on Robinson’s Fantasy Rundown, we highlighted a handful of players who were struggling to find sustainable footing early this season. Some of those players were running on an icy-cold shooting percentage. Some were relying far too heavily on the man-advantage to buoy these metrics.

This week, we’re flipping the switch. We’re looking at some players who are skirting by on some gaudy totals, but when we pull back the curtain, we’ll see that instead of a giant magician, there’s a scared little man with a microphone.

Now, just because a player is cutting through butter like a hot knife and quickly running out of heat, doesn’t mean we want to cut bait. Sometimes we do. We’ll identify what to do with each player in the short term and long term.

It should be noted that the advanced metrics

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