Week 7 Waiver Wire Pickups, Streaming Options, & News
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Fantasy Football Podcast for October 20, 2015. The Fantasy Footballers are back again and talking fantasy football waiver pickups for Week 7. Who should you sign on your league waiver wire this week? The guys discuss options, who to start, and go through all of the latest news and notes from around the NFL including fantasy football injuries you need to be aware of, updates on depth charts from around the league and more. You’ll always be up to date and ready to dominate your league with The Fantasy Footballers! Don’t miss another great waiver show, and listen Jason, Andy, and Mike give you their streaming quarterback options for the upcoming week as well.
How good is Christine Michael? Will he takeover the spot in Dallas?
Stefon Diggs and the Vikings WR options…
Theo Riddick, Blake Bortles, and more…
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Quick Question, How aggressive are you at this point of the season on Waivers?- 3:30
News & Notes From Around The League- 8:15
Waiver Wire Pickups- 17:20
Marvin Jones, Stefon Diggs, Michael Crabtree, Rishard Matthews, Tavon Austin, Jamison Crowder, Robert Woods- 17:30
Theo Riddick, Christine Michael, Charles Sims, James Starks,Ahmed Bradshaw, Knile Davis, Chris Thompson-23:55
Ben Watson, Austin Sefarian-Jenkins, Crocket Gilmore,Zack Ertz- 28:45
Blake Bortles- 31:30
Full Stream Ahead- 35:50
First year listening to your podcast, solid advice all the time! I don’t even check other fantasy outlets because they don’t come close to this show, so thank you very much!
My team is currently 4-2. I lost the last 2 weeks and want to put a stop to the downward trend. Here are my questions:
1) Tannenhill or Bortles this week?
2) Dion Lewis or Brandin Cooks in the FLEX this week?
what do you think of turbin going forward