It has been a long day of wandering around Manhattan heading to different doctors for the latest on the baby that seems to have lodged permanently inside of me, rather than joining us in this great, wide, football-licious world. So I'm looking for a little mid-week distraction tonight and what helps you through a Wednesday better than a bunch of FF resources? Right, nothing. So read on for some great advice on how to secure a win with this first week of byes.
- A few more waiver wire links for those of you whose waiver requests haven't cleared yet or are looking for some free agent acquisitions still:
- The Talented Mr. Roto's Pickups and a pick-me-up - some interesting did-they-make-the-playoffs? stats on teams that were 0-3 or 3-0 (and everything in between) back in 2009.
- ProFootballFocus.com's Week 3 Waiver Wire
- IDP Guru's IDP Waiver Wire Pickups: Week 4
- And of course the start/sit suggestions are starting to roll out:
- FantasyFootballXtreme's Start and Bench Advice: Week 4
- FFToolbox.com's Start 'Em and Sit 'em for Week 4
- FantasySharks.com's Start/Bench List - Week 4
- Roto Arcade's Early Position Ranks, Week 4 are up and FantasySharks.com's Player Projections are up - expect more to come later this week on both the rankings and projections fronts.
- Meanwhile, FantasyPros.com has released their YTD accuracy report for weekly start/sit and rankings from experts. Should help you figure out which of these smarty pants experts to rely upon the most...but still keep in mind we're only 3 weeks in, but the results are getting more interesting and valuable each week.
- Finally, if you're curious about which players saw a lot of targets this past week, take a look at either RapidDraft.com's Week 3 Targets: Fantasy Football Advice (tons of team-by-team thoughts) or Roto Arcade's Target Practice, Week 3: Austin Collie refuses to fade. Both offer solid input and note that Roto Arcade's includes a segment on YTD targets.
I just discovered your site a few weeks ago, and it's been great. I'm in several leagues, and my wife and I each have a team in a public one. Your compilations have helped tremendously.
(We're also both librarians...)
G in NJ