Piggybacking my post from Thursday, when you have a slumping stud, you shouldn't sit him. This early in the season, everything can turn around in one game, and you don't want to miss out on the big chunk of the production you drafted him to deliver.
But starting and sitting isn't the full extent of the game. Obviously, you shouldn't panic or do anything rash, but should you ammend your expectations, if only slightly?
Al Melchior discussed that on Thursday's Fantasy Baseball Today. For some players, the answer may surprise you.