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FANTASY PLAYS: Fewer Waiver Pickups, but Still Worth a Look

This is not a great week for the fantasy football waiver wire and that's a good thing. That means there were no major injuries to key players.
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FANTASY PLAYS: Fewer waiver pickups, but still worth a look

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This is not a great week for the fantasy football waiver wire and that's a good thing        

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