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Guest Post: Week 5 prep

We've got one more guest post for you before I return to the land of the fantasy living. Our son, Nicholas Wilson Holladay (adorable dude on the left), thanks you all for being patient. Ryan from LestersLegends.com brings us another guest post today full of links with Week 5 links - enjoy and if you've seen some new resources here that you like, be sure to let me know as I'm always open to scoping out new links.

Guest post
Greetings fantasy football world. I'm back for another guest spot while Sara is teaching her baby boy the intricacies of the West Coast Offense. 
  • We're a quarter of the way through the season and it's a buyers' market. I'm here to navigate the players you should be targeting like Joe Flacco, whose fantasy playoffs schedule is ultra soft, as well as which ones to avoid.
  • The Fantasy Football Armory won't be making fans with the Librarian recommending selling Brandon Lloyd and Eddie Royal, but with a quartet of capable WRs and the return of Knowshon Moreno, I can see the logic. 
  • FF Toolbox has a list of players to downgrade for Week 5 including Marques Colston. 
  • No-Offseason.com discusses the Marshawn Lynch traded in this week's risers and fallers article. 
  • FFToday looks at who's Moving Up and Who's Moving Down. Darren McFadden's latest injury has Michael Bush signing The Jeffersons theme. 
  • The Bruno Boys take a look at which players, like Alex Smith, should go straight to the waiver wire without passing go or collecting $200.
  • Ryan Torain is one of this week's teacher's pets in the Rotoprofessor Week 5 Start/Sit article. 
  • KFFL has Sam Bradford and others among their Week 5 Sleepers.
  • If IDP is your thing, check out Hatty's Week 5 IDP Waiver Wire Pickups.

Comments

scotteb said…
DAWWWWWWWW! I mean the baby, not you, Ryan. Although I'm sure you're cute too.
LestersLegends said…
Funny Scott.

He is a handsome little dude.

I missed a link. Be sure to check out this one from Fantasy Fanplay:

http://fantasyfanplay.com/features/play-em-and-lay-em/
Unknown said…
Move over MJD. There's a new "Pocket Hercules" on the scene :-)

Adorable. Congrats again.
LestersLegends said…
Please do not give him the Tebow friar cut Sara at any point in his life.
Chet said…
Sooo cute!
Anonymous said…
I wish you and your family the very best! Congrats!

BIG DUKE
Ann in Texas said…
Congratulations!!! Wonder if he would play Brett Favre or Mark Sanchez this weekend? I think I'll check out the guest post for that. :) Thanks for all the football news and congrats on your new baby.
Mike from WI said…
AWWW Cute pic! When is Nicholas gonna begin the consensus Start/Sit posts? :)
Anonymous said…
he's so cute! congratulations, and thanks for all the help!
J from Dallas said…
Congratulations!
Ohio Longs said…
Congratulations! Very sweet and cute; we have Nicholas too, fantastic kid but watch out!

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