As long as he's playing, I'm gonna pick him up and start him. With Heap out, I'm starting to develop a new tight end strategy (or more like a neurosis). I'm gonna play them after they have a *bad* game. With most of the em only scoring a handful of times a year, you can't expect them to have two good games in a row. LOL.
Week 3. I pick up Pollard after he scores a TD in week 2. He gets 16 yards.
Week 4. I drop Pollard, who then ends up scoring a TD. Instead I pickup Washington TE Cooley because the coaching staff vows to give him redzone looks since Portis ain't cutting it around the goalline. No catches, but does get looks.
Week 5. Pollard is the hot TE and I drop Cooley for Shad Meier who is also coming off a good game. But, at the last second, I say screw it, and pick up Cooley again, and start him. And wouldn't you know it? He gets in the endzone while Pollard and Meier don't register a single catch.
I think I finally got the timing thing down, just as Heap is getting healthy.