Week 9 Fantasy Forecast, Starts of the Week, & TNF
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Fantasy Football Podcast for November 5, 2015. Week 9 preview! The Fantasy Footballers deliver your daily dose of fantasy football knowledge, breaking down the week 9 fantasy football matchups and giving you their starts of the week. Get everything you need to know to make smart lineup decisions, start/sits, trade questions, waiver decisions and more. The #1 podcast for a reason, tune in to the Fantasy Footballers to get exactly what you need to dominate your fantasy league.
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Jeremy Langford time?
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Quick Question, Can you start any QB vs the Broncos?- 4:30
News & Notes From Around The League- 6:35
Fantasy Forecast- 18:05
Browns vs Bengals – 18:20
Dolphins vs Bills- 23:20
Packers vs Panthers- 27:15
Jaguars vs Jets- 31:50
Rams vs Vikings- 34:30
Redskins vs Patriots – 36:10
Starts of the Week- 39:30
Tyrod Taylor, Derek Carr, Eli Manning- 39:40
Jeremy Langford, Demarco Murray, Jeremy Hill- 41:20
Mike Evans, Brandin Cooks, Eric Decker- 44:00
Delanie Walker, Martellus Bennett, Heath Miller- 46:00
Hey guys I wanted to know should I start martavis Bryant or dawayne harris for this based on the match up
Hey guys anoth WR question should I start decker or Crabtree over Cobb this week?
I’m not one of the guys but here’s my personal response. Decker is really consistent thus is the SAFEST option. Also, Fitzpatrick is expected to play and not Geno Smith which will help. In my standard league, Decker has never scored less than 9.40 points. Finally he is going up against Jacksonville which is a good match-up.
On the other side, I believe Crabtree has a higher ceiling than Decker especially with Carr on fire. But I’m not so sure about Carr this week just because of what Pitt did to the red hot Andy Dalton.
Both are good options over Cobb who will probably be very limited because of Norman.