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Tony Romo had to leave the Monday Night Football game with a back injury, Giovani Bernard missed Sunday’s game and A.J. Green might be back for Week 9. RotoExpert Kyle “Doc” Soppe offers his take on these injuries and more.
FNTSY Sports Network’s Pat Mayo reveals his Week 9 QB Rankings, telling you which quarterbacks you need to get into your lineup, and which passers can make an impact in deeper leagues and DFS formats.
Week 9 is going to be a difficult week for many teams. There will be six NFL teams on bye for Week 9 (Atlanta Falcons, Buffalo Bills, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers and Tennessee Titans), leaving gaping holes in some Fantasy team lineups. That means the waiver wire will be humming with action.
Charles Sims could be a desirable RB and Donte Moncrief and Martavis Bryant had breakout games that will make them hot waiver wire WRs. RotoExpert Evan Tarracciano has the lowdown on their value for the rest of the season.
FNTSY Sports Network’s Pat Mayo and Jon Collins recap the Week 8 NFL injury report and debate Mayo’s Week 9 Waiver Wire FAAB Rankings.
Welcome to the Friday edition of The Xpert Eye, where we take up our usual Passing and Rushing Matchups to Exploit or Avoid, as we head into Week 8 of the NFL/Fantasy Football season. As always, matchup data is best utilized when comparing somewhat equally ranked players.
Mike Cardano (@MikeCardano) talks about Top Tournament Daily Fantasy plays for Week 8, striving to find NFL players with big upside and potential low ownership to help you separate from the field and climb your tournament the leader board in Daily Fantasy… As seen on DKTV…
Why has Cordarrelle Patterson struggled so much? Can the Falcons turn their offensive line problems around and keep Julio Jones and Matt Ryan productive? Hall of Fame defensive end Chris Doleman offers his views.