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We’re trucking toward Week 7 of NFL action, and it’s time to check in with our dynasty squads because, let’s be honest, just like Lays potato chips, you can’t have just one. Your teams have likely sustained some injuries, and players like Josh Jacobs and Chris Godwin have drastically underperformed. To make matters worse, we are […]

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Well, that was a doozy. The Aaron Rodgers-Jets Experiment lasted about as long as my underground rapping career. Last night, the Minnesota Vikings were about as good at possessing the football as Antonio Cromartie is at possessing contraceptives. And the Cowboys looked about as dominant in Week 1 as ever while Daniel Jones played the part of Benjamin Button at his first birthday party. We unpacked all of that, turned the page, and now we stand before Week 2. One game is in the books, leaving you to either celebrate your bold decision to roll out D’Andre Swift or scream out in agony as you watched him post 25-plus fantasy points on the bench. Although it’s too late to assist you with that decision, here’s my Week 2 insight as you go about making your start vs. sit calls. If I don’t hit on the player you’re looking for this week, hit me up in the comments section and we can discuss it at length.

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The NFC North defenses aren’t talked about much. Do you blame them when you have Justin Fields, Justin Jefferson, and, until this season, Aaron Rodgers dominating the conversation? But maybe the time has come. Who am I kidding? It is always a good time to talk about defenses and their defensive coordinators. So, let’s talk […]

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Last week I covered the fantasy landing spots for intriguing rookie WRs like Jordan Addison, Zay Flowers and Jaxon Smith-Njigba, but this week I’ll be turning my attention to the weaker tight end position. This certainly wasn’t a WOW class for tight ends, nor one with hype like the Kyle Pitts and TJ Hockenson draft […]

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Last week I covered the landing spots for rookie RBs, with stars Bijan Robinson and Jahmyr Gibbs leading the way, followed by promising talents like Zach Charbonnet and Kendre Miller. This week we turn our attention to the very intriguing WR position, one highlighted by ‘opinion’ this year: Who is the best in the class? […]

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Don’t be sad that the fantasy football season is over; be glad it happened in the first place. However, if you are among the many football enthusiasts who play dynasty-format fantasy football, you know the season never truly ends. So while we might be staring down the barrel of the NFL offseason, there’s plenty to […]

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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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Last week I dove deep on the wide receivers who changed teams – including some interesting and intriguing players like Allen Lazard, Parris Campbell and Trent Sherfield – but this week we switch gears to the tight end position. It’s not as bad as you think, really! This is ultimately a noteworthy NFL offseason when […]

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In classical journalism, we are always taught to “know your audience.”  That said, we are in a rapidly moving and changing world these days, right? Everything is quick. Everything is instant. Thus, I try to be economical in my articles while keepin’ things moving for you. Unfortunately, when that happens, some fantasy football options get […]

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Just because there is still confetti stuck to the uniforms of the Kansas City Chiefs players and the champagne is still dripping down the locker room walls doesn’t mean it’s too early to look ahead to 2023 drafts and start anticipating the next six months of the NFL offseason. In fact, if you’re already drafting […]

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