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To start, or to sit? That is the question. Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageously bad fantasy decisions, or to take arms against a sea of injury woes and clouded matchups, and by further educating oneself, end them. To lose—to writhe in anger, no more. Indeed, that is the question. To start Anthony Richardson in his NFL debut, or have him ride the pine. Do you roll with Breece Hall at home against Buffalo in Week 1, or wait and see how the Jets backfield shakes out? To start, or to sit. To sit, or to start. In some aspects of life, it is essential to sit before you start. Such is the case with the words before you. Take a seat, fire up that roster, and start reading. Week 1 start vs. sit begins now. 

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The NFL Draft was off-the-walls bonkers this year, right?  Will Levis dropped out of the first round altogether; TWO running backs are taken within the first 12 picks, and not a single wide receiver until No. 20? Nothing seemed to go as planned, but that just makes it all the more fun. Without further exposition, […]

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Last week I covered the Big Four at quarterback – Bryce Young, C.J. Stroud, Anthony Richardson and Will Levis – but this week, we’ll be switching gears to wide receivers and running backs. Let’s dive in and take a look at my best possible landing spots from a fantasy football perspective. (Landing spots will not […]

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Countless hours of research. Long, sleepless nights. Tossing and turning in bed… start or sit? Start or sit? Moments of believing we are actual NFL general managers. All that over-exaggerated drama brings us here: The fantasy football final four. The margin of error has now decreased from slim to none. One wrong push of a […]

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Before the fantasy football season starts, we all think we know everything, right? We’ve seen all of the expert rankings – including our very own Razzball rankings – and we’ve made our own personal determinations based on personnel, coaching staffs, analytics and those magical gut feelings that lead us to the Promised Land. We’re so […]

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    Week 9 Fantasy Football Trade Targets.     Each week we’ll take a look at the top trade targets for each position. Trade targets can be any player at any time throughout the season. The objective (when possible) is to “buy low” and “sell high,” acquiring and getting rid of players as they […]

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It was yet another head-scratching week in the NFL – wait the Giants and Jets are actually good, and maybe even the Seahawks? – headlined by some highlight-reel performances from big-time receiving options. Let’s take a look at this week’s target leaders…  Who needs Jonathan Taylor?  The Matt Ryan-led Colts’ offense has been sputtering throughout […]

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Frank Reich adjusted his bifocles, inhaled a deep breath filled with mile-high air, and stared endlessly into the eyes of Nathaniel Hackett. The newly-minted Denver Broncos head coach didn’t flinch. Instead, he extended his right hand, embraced Frank and whispered, “Three-pointers only. Deal.” They shook. They cackled in unison. And the rest was history: another dreadful Thursday Night Football game highlighted by zero touchdowns and a concerning brain injury on the national stage. And I’m making no joke of that last part. Once again, it was a bad look for the NFL, as Nyheim Hines sustained a hit from several Denver defenders and was unable to stand under his own power upon getting up. He was noticeably wobbly as teammates helped him off the field. His status will need to be monitored moving forward, especially since it was clear Indianpolis was going to lean on him in Jonathan Taylor’s absence — feeding him on each of the first three plays from scrimmage. But enough is enough. Here’s what else happened on Thursday night.

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