We have two weeks in the books and the stakes are starting to rise in fantasy football. In Episode 23 of The GetSportsInfo Podcast we take a look at the key storylines heading into Week 3’s action.
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Week 3 of the NFL season is here. There are many 2-0 teams and a ton of 0-2 fantasy squads too, but winning still boils down to one thing – getting the right player in the lineup. Who do we like this week? Which players don’t we like? Find out in the latest edition of Studs, Duds and Sleepers.
Whether it’s a Confidence Pool, a Survivor Pool or Against the Spread we’ve got your covered with our Office Pool Picks. After Week 1 we bounced back nicely in Week 2 and are now turning our attention to Week 3’s slate of games.
Two weeks of fantasy football is in the books. There are some teams sitting 2-0 and others that stand at 0-2. No matter your record, starting the right guys is crucial. Don’t set your lineup alone. Here’s a look at our Week 3 GSI Cheat Sheet – fantasy football rankings by James Rapien.
I take a first look at the Week 3 waiver wire. Plus I wrap up Week 2 in fantasy football in the latest episode of The GetSportsInfo Podcast, including a look at the latest injuries and handing out some Game Balls and this week’s Game-Used Sock Award.
Week 2 of the NFL season is here. Some of the duds from last week will become studs. Some of the surprises will flop. Who do we like this week? Check out our weekly Studs, Duds and Sleepers for Week 2.
I returned my weekly segment on the FOX19 Morning Show (a day early this week due to travel) talking Week 2 fantasy football advice, including some of the latest injury news. Watch the video on-demand now.
The NFL season is back and so too are my Office Pool Picks. Week 1 is always a tough challenge for handicappers, and it was rough for me last week in Survivor and Against the Spread. Let’s take another crack at it for Week 2.
The second week of the NFL is already here for fantasy owners. Don’t set your lineup alone. Here’s a look at our Week 2 GSI Cheat Sheet – fantasy football rankings by James Rapien.