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Fantasy Sleepers for Week 17

Congratulations to those who captured their league’s championship in one of the most challenging years to date to navigate fantasy football. For those players whose leagues play into the season’s final game, Week 17 offers many obstacles due to teams sitting players for rest with nothing on the line to play for.

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2019 Fantasy Football Week Six: Starts, Sits, and Sleepers

Here’s hope that your week five was a success and you started Will Fuller and didn’t sit him on the bench. If you started Mike Evans, here’s hope the rest of your squad pulled the weight and got you the win. Though on to week six and looking to recover from last week or keep the momentum going and to help fantasy football players with their roster construction, three of our writers have provided some insight on which players they would start, would sit, and consider a sleeper for week six. Be sure to follow all of them on twitter and ask any of The Scorecrow’s fantasy writers for fantasy advice.

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The Walsh Way – Week 6 DFS Values

Another week in the books, and another page of value chalk that failed spectacularly. As with most weeks, much of the popular value ends up being from one team. Last week, it was Bengals pass-catchers, this week it looks to be the Dolphins offense. We will try to navigate through the landmines the best we can.

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2019 Fantasy Football: Top Waiver Wire Adds after Week One

Week one of the 2019 NFL season is in the books, and it was a wild one as usual. From the defensive struggle in the 100 year opener to Tom Brady and the Patriots dominating on Sunday night, the NFL came back to our living rooms with a vengeance.

Whether your fantasy team didn’t perform how you expected – you’re not alone – or absolutely crushed it in week one, now is the time to scrounge the waiver wire for the next breakout star.

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New England Patriots: Lawrence Guy Locks Down Interior of the Trenches

Grayson Pinney looks at the impact Lawrence Guy has already left in New England, and how his usage will only grow as the Patriots lose more talented linemen.

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