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Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 4: Smart Sleepers to Exploit and Lineup Advice

Like NFL teams getting out to early wins, fantasy football owners can get out to major advantages by beginning to prep for a weekend's games days ahead of schedule. The early bird gets the worm is a cliche for a reason. Said saying applies...Show More Summary

Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 3: Latest Fantasy Football Lineup Advice for Sunday

The clock is ticking to set your lineup before Sunday's games and you still haven't figured out who to start or sit this week. It's too bad that Bill Belichick didn't tell anyone that Rob Gronkowski would score zero points in fantasy...Show More Summary

Fantasy Football Long-Term Forecast: Matt Camp's Week 3 Futures Report

Week 3 in the NFL is a checkpoint for your fantasy football roster management. It may not be a complete picture, but it is three games to develop opinions and assess your personal depth chart. That could facilitate trades, lineup shifts...Show More Summary

Fantasy football start/sit advice, Week 3

We're breaking down some of the lesser known matchups you should exploit and the ones you want to avoid in your lineup for Week 3. Last week's start/sit list was useful for the most part. LeGarrette Blount got the job done, Delanie Walker went off, and Carlos Hyde was quiet. Show More Summary

Fantasy football start/sit advice, Week 3: Who to start for Texans vs. Patriots

Dan Ciarrocchi reviews who needs to be in your fantasy lineup or on the bench for the first game of Week 3. Welcome back for another week of fantasy football. Week 3 kicks off Thursday night with the New England Patriots hosting the Houston Texans. Show More Summary

Fantasy Football Stock Report: This week's risers and fallers

6 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Every Monday, you dread looking at the injury list and discovering how many players on your Fantasy teams are out of the lineup.

Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 3: Reviewing Fantasy Football's Top Fringe Starters

Another week, another dilemma in your fantasy lineup. While it's important to not make too many knee-jerk reactions after one bad game, you need to be realistic and not play favorites. Antonio Brown had a rare bad game last week against...Show More Summary

An English Soccer Club Turns Fantasy Sports Into Reality

United London F.C., which plays in the 12th tier of England’s soccer pyramid, lets its fans set the team’s lineup each week.

Fantasy football advice, Week 2: who to start for Philadelphia Eagles vs. Chicago Bears

Dan Ciarrocchi reviews who needs to be in your fantasy lineup or on the bench for Week 2’s Monday night battle. Philadelphia Eagles Start ‘em After Will Fuller and DeAndre Hopkins combined for 161 receiving yards and a pair of touchdowns against the Bears’ thin secondary, Jordan Matthews has a dream of a matchup. Show More Summary

Fantasy football advice, Week 2: who to start for Atlanta Falcons vs. Oakland Raiders

Dan Ciarrocchi reviews who needs to be in your fantasy lineup or on the bench for a potential shootout. Atlanta Falcons Start ‘em If Matt Ryan wants to distance himself from a dismal 2015, he certainly got off on the right foot in Week 1, despite the loss. Show More Summary

Fantasy football advice, Week 2: Who to start for Jacksonville Jaguars vs. San Diego Chargers

Dan Ciarrocchi reviews who needs to be in your fantasy lineup or on the bench for an AFC showdown. San Diego Chargers Start ‘em Danny Woodhead and Melvin Gordon demonstrated that there’s enough room for fantasy production in the Chargers’ backfield for two backs in Week 1. Show More Summary

Fantasy football advice, Week 2: Who to start for Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Arizona Cardinals

Dan Ciarrocchi reviews who needs to be in your fantasy lineup or on the bench for a matchup between two high-flying offenses. Arizona Cardinals Start ‘em David Johnson remains a fantasy owner’s dream, accounting for all but two touches in the Cardinals’ backfield in Week 1 and having the talent to do special things with his opportunities. Show More Summary

Fantasy football advice, Week 2: Who to start for Seattle Seahawks vs. Los Angeles Rams

Dan Ciarrocchi reviews who needs to be in your fantasy lineup or on the bench for an NFC West battle. Seattle Seahawks Start ‘em Fantasy owners who were forced to bench Thomas Rawls in Week 1 should feel much more inclined to put him back into lineups against a Rams defense that just got steamrolled by Carlos Hyde. Show More Summary

Fantasy football advice, Week 2: Who to start for Tennessee Titans vs. Detroit Lions

Dan Ciarrocchi reviews who needs to be in your fantasy lineup or on the bench for a matchup with contrasting offenses. Tennessee Titans Start ‘em There was talk of a timeshare between DeMarco Murray and Derrick Henry, but Murray is the clear lead back after out-touching Henry, 18-7, and finding the end zone twice against an imposing Vikings defense. Show More Summary

Fantasy football advice, Week 2: Who to start for Kansas City Chiefs vs. Houston Texans

Dan Ciarrocchi reviews who needs to be in your fantasy lineup or on the bench for an AFC playoff rematch. Kansas City Chiefs Start ‘em Late-round fantasy draft pick Spencer Ware may have provided fantasy owners the most bang for their buck in Week 1, finishing third in fantasy points among running backs. Show More Summary

Fantasy football advice, Week 2: Who to start for New Orleans Saints vs. New York Giants

Dan Ciarrocchi reviews who needs to be in your fantasy lineup or on the bench for what could be another shootout for the ages. New York Giants Start ‘em The Giants fell victim to the clock-chewing Dallas Cowboys in Week 1, and didn’t rack up quite enough plays to support many viable fantasy options. Show More Summary

Fantasy football advice, Week 2: Who to start for Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Dan Ciarrocchi reviews who needs to be in your fantasy lineup or on the bench for a heavyweight AFC North bout. Pittsburgh Steelers Start ‘em Antonio Brown is a no-brainer every time he takes the field, as we saw him turn a matchup against Josh Norman and Bashaud Breeland into an 8/126/2 line while mostly working against the latter. Show More Summary

Fantasy football advice, Week 2: Who to start for Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns

Dan Ciarrocchi reviews who needs to be in your fantasy lineup or on the bench for an AFC North matchup. Baltimore Ravens Start ‘em? Yes, that is a question mark at the end of start ‘em, just like it was in Week 1 with this Ravens “offense...Show More Summary

Fantasy football advice, Week 2: Who to start for San Francisco 49ers vs. Carolina Panthers

Dan Ciarrocchi reviews who needs to be in your fantasy lineup or on the bench for an intriguing NFC showdown. San Francisco 49ers Start ‘em So, Carlos Hyde could be a thing after all this season, couldn’t he? It sure looks like that, after Hyde ran through what was supposed to be a capable Rams front seven. Show More Summary

Fantasy football start/sit advice, Week 2: Wide receivers

We examine some recommended starts and sits for wide receivers this week. With the fantasy football season entering its second week, owners should be careful about reshuffling their lineups at wide receiver. It's too soon to sit your stud players, even if Dez Bryant was strangely invisible last week. Show More Summary

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