There’s nothing like being spoon fed some fantasy football advice. It’s never that fantasy owners aren’t smart enough, either. Instead, 99% of your desire to have fantasy football advice content set before you is a lack of time available to you to pilfer through the data on your own.
Blindly following weekly fantasy player rankings isn’t your bag, and one start and sit article a week often won’t cut it. After all, one man’s rankings may not fit your vision, while one start and sit column certainly can’t tackle all of the possibilities of even your own fantasy football roster. Numerous links, flowing from the ever-giving waterfall of advice here at BF? That just might do.
Long-winded intro and ego-stroking aside, we really do aim to help every fantasy football owner the best we can each week. But we realize we’re not the only content producers or the only fantasy football prognosticators. More than that, there are often angles or topics we don’t cover (gasp!). It’s true. And for that, we will aim to cover up our flaws by pushing out a daily fantasy football links piece, which should point you to some of the fantasy industry’s top notch content – that isn’t already on our site.
Click what you will and keep in mind going forward our daily fantasy link intro won’t be so exhaustive. Enjoy:
Start and Sit Barrage
- I actually agree with a lot of Michael Fabiano’s calls for week three. You can see his start and sit plays this week, and also hit up our own Terrence Kirker’s start/sit calls.
- CSN Chicago vouches for Isaiah Crowell in their start and sit calls for week three. So there’s that.
- JJ Zachariason shoves out his week 3 start and sit calls unto the world. Take notice.
- Week 3 start and sit advice courtesy of SportingNews.com.
- Bro Bible goes biblical on you with their week three start and sit suggestions.
- You gotta be a member to enjoy the week 3 start and sit advice from Pro Football Focus, but it just might be worth it.
Trending News/Injury Updates
- Drew Brees has a good chance to suit up vs. the Panthers in week three. I just don’t suggest you start him if you can help it.
- Chris Ivory isn’t sure if he’ll play in week three. Bilal Powell and Zac Stacy are tentatively on notice.
- Eric Decker is also iffy with a knee sprain. Brandon Marshall could be in for a butt load of targets.
- Mike Evans isn’t expected to be on a pitchin count (he was last week), but NumberFire wonders if fantasy owners should be worried, regardless.
- C.J. Anderson is back to full strength and could be in for a solid week 3. Oh, and he has none of the cares about your fantasy squad.
- Alshon Jeffery continues to miss practice and could sit in week three after missing week two. With no Jay Cutler, who even cares?
Let There Be Rankings!
- Matthew Berry’s top 200 and Gronk is on top.
- The Sablich Brothers get you ready for week three over at the NY Times.
- Take a gander at the week 3 fantasy rankings over at Sports Illustrated.
- Each week we’ll give a special shout out to a smaller site that is absolutely awesome. This week it’s the fellers at The Fake Football. Check out their rankings.
- Get your week 3 fantasy player rankings personalized over at FantasyPros, where you can pick your experts or view the consensus.
- Matthew Berry does his usual Love/Hate thing and points out some guys you may not want to invest in this week.
- Our own Jonathan Valencia gets behind Indy wide receiver T.Y. Hilton this week, citing a breakout on the horizon.
- NFL.com’s Matt Harmon looks at 10 possible fantasy sleepers for the third week of the 2015 season.
- SportsGrid unleashes some solid fantasy football sleepers, as well.
- If you haven’t hit up your league’s waiver wire yet, RotoBaller suggests these guys could end up being solid sleepers for week 3 and possibly beyond.
Free Rolls, Bitches!