Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Need Fantasy Advice?

This post will include some of the Wednesday start and sit suggestions as well as some waiver picks...but first, I wanted to give you all a heads up on a few different ways that you can get the fantasy football advice you need:

  1. TJI (This Just In) is offering up a personalized analysis of your team and who exactly you should sit and start, add, drop or trade this week. As long as you get your questions in by Saturday at 11 am, TJI's got you covered.
  2. Myfantasylineup.com lets you posted your questions and others from across the globe will answer - if you're wondering what sort of questions have been asked, click on the link to browse the questions from weeks 1 or 2. You do need to register with them to post or answer a question but it could be well worth it.
  3. Your friendly FF Librarian. Look to the right and you should see my new online chat feature. If I could be online all day long to chat about football, I would be...but that shouldn't stop you from asking questions. So chat away or send me an e-mail using the Contact Me link below. I'm happy to give you my opinion or provide you with some expert resources.
Many of you have noted an interest in stat projections for the upcoming week. Try FFToolbox's Week 3 Cheat Sheet/Ranking by position with projected fantasy points. As a Maroney owner, it gives me a little bit of assurance to see 15+ fantasy points projected for him this week. Granted it's just one projection, but I'm grasping at straws here...

Lots of love for TJI in this post...for some advice on who to pick up this week, check out his Free Agent Frenzy: Wynn Some, Lose Some post. I like the way TJI points out who could be a nice choice for this week, next week, and further down the line.

And how about NFL.com's Michael Fabiano's Week 3: Fantasy waiver wire...note, this is a short video, not a column. This is making me think you're just not cool and 21st century if you don't have videos or podcasts. For more Fabiano, check out Now's the time to buy low and sell high for his thoughts on who might make for good trade material - and a more in-depth list of waiver wire picks than his video segment provides.

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