When you are done gawking over the literal beating I gave my opponent in the first week of Fantasy Football, it is important to know I came from humble beginnings. I grew up in the pre-cable era. My house had one television and very limited channels.
Below we present the up-to-date top three at each fantasy position for the week, a sleeper likely to have a breakout game (generally chosen as the best $/FP value on daily fantasy sites), a player to avoid (the worst $/FP value) and some injury situations to monitor heading into the week.
If your team is likely to qualify for you fantasy league's playoffs, you should already be looking ahead to ensure that the players on your roster have as many favorable match-ups as possible during the playoff weeks.
Jordan Schultz and the guys broke down the Red River Rivalry game this weekend between No. 1 Oklahoma and archrival Texas, talked about the Hank Williams Jr. disaster and, of course, made all their picks for the upcoming marquee games.
I am what you call a three-day-a-week player: I scan the waiver wires for five minutes at lunch and check on key match-ups, but I do not aimlessly read blogs all day searching for the edge. Without further ado, here are my three fantasy studs and duds for Week 4.
In the debut episode of Sports Blitz Now -- the brand new Huffington Post sports radio show -- Jordan Schultz and the guys broke down all the marquee matchups in college football this weekend, ranked their power 10 NFL teams and offered plenty of fantasy advice.