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Which running backs should you be targeting on the waiver wire? Adam Ronis shares his RB Waiver Wire Power Rankings for Week 3.
Pat Mayo compiled literally everything you’ll need to know about Week 3 in his weekly FLEX rankings. Podcast, videos, lists, #jokes, tweets, strategy, and theoretical physics. Ok, maybe not that last one — but this post is awesome. Check it out…
Either foolish luck or full blown denial is the only reason you’re not in need of a waiver wire pickup after last Sunday’s relentless body count of top-tier names. Here are the players you should be targeting for Week 3 and beyond:
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ESPN’s Week 1 projections sucked. Week 2 was different — my projections sucked. See how I did, plus my picks for Week 3, inside…
FNTSY Sports Network’s Pat Mayo and Tim Anderson review the disaster that was Week 2 in the NFL and talk through their Week 3 Waiver Wire Power Rankings. They reflect on how the league should handle the Jets timeout situation moving forward, if Adrian Peterson will be suspended for the season and at what price is it worth it to trade for his services. Plus, a full Week 3 injury report, target recap, and full positional rankings, after the jump…
FNTSY Sports Network’s Pat Mayo reveals his Week 3 WR rankings, telling you which wide receivers you need to get into your lineup for Week 3 and which normally lower ranked options will excel in favorable match ups. Plus, a trio of available WRs that can plugged in to provide consistent, safe production, especially in PPR leagues.
There are two truths in fantasy football: Shitty things are going to happen to you, and no one except you is going to care about them.