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Fantasy Football Long-Term Forecast: Matt Camp's Week 4 Futures Report

We’re three weeks (and one game) into the NFL season. By this time, you’ve taken a long look at your fantasy football rosters to decide what needs to be done to get out of an early hole or what needs to be done to fortify an already strong squad. I’m here to help. Last week, I spotlighted six players who needed to come through in Week 3. Surprisingly, almost all of them did well.
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