Once again we welcome in from FFToolbox.com, Mr. Tony Casale as he joins John Barchard & James Seltzer to breakdown all your fantasy quandaries. Each week leading up to the NFL Football season we will go over different philosophies of drafting, go through different scenarios & break down exactly where you should be grabbing certain players. Once the season begins we will focus heavily on who to sit, who to start, who to grab off of the wavier wire and who can at least get you 10 points for the week.
We really want everyone that plays Fantasy Football to get involved! Use the thread for all your fantasy questions & comments, use the hotline (1-267-245-6066) and we will put you on the air, but most importantly… bring some snacks, kick off your shoes and enjoy.
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In This Episode We Cover:
Who is one guy who stood out to you in a positive way? Who stood out in a negative way? And in a more general sense, what was your biggest takeaway from Week 1?
Waiver Wire - Allen Hurns Jaguars WR. Browns RB options.
Worried or Not Worried: Are you worried about any of the following Week 1 poor performers:
Jamaal Charles .
Injuries to significant players:
Ben Tate, Alshon Jeffrey, Jordan Cameron
Moving on to Week 2:
A quick look at QB's for Week 2: Locker is a nice play vs Dallas, Palmer at NYG is nice play, Dalton vs Falcons is nice play. Does this prove that you don't need to draft a QB early? See above
Are there any defenses that you already believe you must start your players against no matter what? Cowboys? Bears vs RB's? etc.
Be apart of the #TWIFBag every week! Tweet your questions to @BGN_TWIF or @BGN_Radio.
Who are a couple of your top plays for the week?
Who are some bigger names you are shying away from?
Sit or Start