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Fantasy football rankings and more by geeks with Ph.D. credentials
Fantasy football rankings and more by geeks with Ph.D. credentials

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Celebrating our 15th year on the web, a big THANK YOU goes to all the geeks out there that love fantasy football just as much as us. Whether fantasy football or anything else in life for which you enjoy, it is enriched by having the opportunity to share that experience with others that enjoy a similar interest (obsession!). So here's to the excitement of that last second Hail Mary TD or the thrill of a defensive sack, scoop, and score that helps push your team over the top - thank you for your support, comments, emails, and shared obsession through the years that help make fantasy football even that much more fun.

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Week 4 is already here, and we've got a fresh crop of fantasy players ready to go after popping big weekends in new emerging roles. Your fantasy football waiver wire is key to bringing new life blood to your roster and keeping things fresh. Without it, your team will dry on the vine. The key is getting the early jump to scoop up players before your competition knows what hit them. To help give you that fantasy edge, here is our early Monday release of our waiver wire advice column.

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It's been a wild ride to the season, and this fun train keeps rolling right into Week 3! We've got a lot of tasty match-ups on tap with loads of fantasy points waiting to be unleashed on your unsuspecting opponent. Without further ado, here is our #FantasyFootball #StartSit column for Week 3. Good luck to all and enjoy! 

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Week 3 has arrived and the #FantasyFootball waiver wire action is hot. We've got several key stars that sustained injuries this weekend, which has opened the door of opportunity for those with quick triggers on their #WaiverWire to pick-up starting RBs. Adrian Peterson, Jonathan Stewart, and even Thomas Rawls all left Sunday's contests with injuries. More will be known today as they undergo examinations to determine the extent, but the waiver wire waits for no one, so now is the time to try to capitalize before your opponents realize what happened.

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Let's get ready to RUMMMMM-BLE! Week 2 is here, and it's either payback time or keep the good times rolling time. Either way, it's all about the win baby. After starting your studs, let our #FantasyFootball #StartSit list for Week 2 help you backfill with some key players that can step in for a nice game for your team. Without further ado, let's get to it! 

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Week 2 is a GREAT time to cherry pick rising stars that snuck through #FantasyFootball drafts and are immediately available for pick-up on your fantasy football #WaiverWire. After watching all the games from this weekend, the Docs will get you dialed in on the movers and shakers in the NFL that can help bolster your fantasy line-up. A quick trigger on your fantasy football waiver wire can go a long way to helping bolster your team, so without further ado, let's get to it!

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Time to see what the rookie can do and get this season underway. Our Weekly #FantasyFootball Player Rankings for Week 1 are up and #EzekielElliott ranks near the top.

http://www.footballdocs.com/running-back-weekly-rankings.html
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Let's get this party started! Finally, after many months of waiting, the NFL and #FantasyFootball seasons are ready to kickoff. Fantasy geeks are pumped and primed to take their newly drafted fantasy teams out for a test drive, and we're here to help make sure that test drive ends with a smile on your face rather than a totaled mess requiring an insurance adjuster. Without further ado, let's get to our fantasy football #StartSit column for Week 1 - good luck to all and enjoy!

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For those with #FantasyFootball drafts on tap, BAL RB Terrance West is a great target as a late round #sleeper.

The 4 headed RBBC is down to West and Allen, and West came to camp in incredible shape after a strong off-season of conditioning. The coaches love him, and he's set to be the goal line back (almighty TD still rules supreme in fantasy). The emergence of West is a big reason why Justin Forsett was released. West's Average Draft Position (ADP) is starting to shoot up as folks catch-on, and he's now a 13th round pick and rising. If you've already drafted, good move to make room for West on your roster if he is available on your waiver wire.

http://www.fantasyfootballcalculator.com
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Tough decision between two seemingly equal players in your #fantasyfootball draft? Let our Strength of Schedule help:
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