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2011 Archives

For you history buffs, we will archive every article penned by the Shark Team in 2011.  As each week is finished, we will move the content to this page so you can reminisce about the good old days ... like week 1.

Because of the huge number of articles, this archive is divided into sections:
Preseason | Weeks 1-4 | Weeks 5-8 | Weeks 9-12 | Weeks 13-17 | Playoffs

Week 1

Jim Bukowski Week 1 - Last Minute Tidbits Fantasy Football Spacer Week 1 - Last Minute Tidbits
Jim Bukowski, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 11, 2011
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Looking for that last minute nugget that will put you over the top? Not sure that I'll be able to help you there, but each week I'll try to put together a list of players who may be available on your waiver wire or are sitting on your bench that just might be able to help you out. And if your team is locked and loaded then come on in and see how for $36.55 you can be like a millionaire. 

Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi Side Lines Fantasy Football Spacer Side Lines
Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi, Fantasy Football Staff Writers
Sep 10, 2011
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Braun and Dolfi try and put a smile on your face with a new sport-toon every Monday, Wednesday and Friday - only on FantasySharks.com!

Vinnie Against the Odds (2011) - Week 1 Fantasy Football Spacer Against the Odds (2011) - Week 1
Vinnie, Caribbean Affiliate
Sep 9, 2011
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Breaking from tradition, four of Vinnie's six picks this week feature division rivalries. Read on to see why there are plenty of NFL odds that haven't caught up yet to how teams stack up as of right now.

Gary Davenport IDP STUDS AND DUDS: Week One IDP Start/Sit Fantasy Football Spacer IDP STUDS AND DUDS: Week One IDP Start/Sit
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 9, 2011
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It’s time to get those IDP lineups submitted for the first weekend of fantasy football action. With that in mind, here’s a look at some players you should give serious consideration to getting into your lineups or who could outperform expectations (Studs) and some that, for whatever reason, you may want to consider leaving alone, or at least take into account that they may be a relative disappointment this week. (Duds)

David Grey The Grey Report - Week 1 Fantasy Football Spacer The Grey Report - Week 1
David Grey, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 8, 2011
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The Grey Report will help you make those tough lineup decisions and help you identify potential sleepers and busts. Don't set your final lineup without consulting the Grey Report, because not all matchups are black and white.



Tony Holm The Prognosticator - Week 1 Fantasy Football Spacer The Prognosticator - Week 1
Tony Holm, The Prognosticator
Sep 8, 2011
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While the Saints are good, and will be better, an opener in Lambeau isn't what the doctor ordered. The Packers depth chart has been set for weeks, they're Superbowl champs and are ready to defend. They know who the Saints are, they know they'll be good, but Aaron Rodgers and company will be better.


Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun Games to Watch - Week 1 Fantasy Football Spacer Games to Watch - Week 1
Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun, Podcast
Sep 8, 2011
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The "Games to Watch" guys are back, but in honor of shorter attention spans everywhere, they reveal the top games to watch each week... PODCAST STYLE! In this opening week of the 2011 season, Chris and Tom give you an opening day offensive match-up, a defensive match-up that you wont want to miss, and a battle between brothers. They even throw in a bonus game that's sure not to be a 'pain in the neck'!

Click here to download “Games to Watch - Week 1 Podcast" or listen to Chris and Tom's other weekly podcast, the "Fantasy PRE-wind"!

Marc Griffis Week 1: A Manning-less Cause Fantasy Football Spacer Week 1: A Manning-less Cause
Marc Griffis, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 8, 2011
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Welcome back to "The Dive". After a stressful offseason with questions of whether a season would even occur, we are now set for the opener and a full weekend of games. Take a dive with me and read my Week 1 column to see which players may be in store for a productive debut.

The Sin City BetBot 6000 Season Preview Extravaganza! Fantasy Football Spacer Season Preview Extravaganza!
The Sin City BetBot 6000, FantasySharks.com
Sep 8, 2011
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What robot could possibly dispense this much football knowledge and also regale you with a story about the time he dated Wonder Woman?  The Sin City BetBot 6000 is back, son.

Nick Pagliuca Survivor Pool Analysis - Week 1 Fantasy Football Spacer Survivor Pool Analysis - Week 1
Nick Pagliuca, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 8, 2011
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A new season begins on Thursday night, which brings new life to survivor pool hopefuls. Everyone begins with a clean slate with 17 weeks ahead of them. However, with the wrong choice in Week 1, your chances could be over in the blink of an eye. Check out a full game-by-game analysis for opening weekend …

Ron Anish Start/Bench List - Week 1 Fantasy Football Spacer Start/Bench List - Week 1
Ron Anish, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 7, 2011
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Welcome to the Start/Bench list for 2011! It was a strange offseason with lots of uncertainty, but one thing we know for sure: we are ready to lead your team to the promised land. As in year’s past, the Studs list will evolve as the season progresses, but we are steadfast in our predictions and confident that we are supplying the best information to help you dominate your league. Come along for the ride. You just might like it.

Ed Bonfanti Burning Questions and Ridiculous Predictions Fantasy Football Spacer Burning Questions and Ridiculous Predictions
Ed Bonfanti, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 7, 2011
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With the fantasy football season mere hours away, several burning questions need to be answered. Who will be this year’s Ray Rice/Arian Foster? Which receiver, still available on most waiver wires, can help take owners to a championship? Who will be this year’s biggest bust?

Mike Sarmento Musical Defense for week 1- Denver Broncos Fantasy Football Spacer Musical Defense for week 1- Denver Broncos
Mike Sarmento, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 7, 2011
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Playing musical defenses is something that I have done for the last few seasons with moderate success. This year I knew that no one in my league would draft the Denver Broncos Defense. They have favorable match-ups in the first two weeks and I am high on the upside. This week they are at home vs. the Oakland Raiders.

Tim Davoll The Diary of a Fantasy Virgin: Let The Season Begin Fantasy Football Spacer The Diary of a Fantasy Virgin: Let The Season Begin
Tim Davoll, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 7, 2011
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The Virginator has just completed his draft. And thus begins the next chapter of the Virgin Chronicles. I will talk about my team. I will scream about my team. Most of all I will drag the reader along on a journey that will also have some instructional portions. These are mandatory consequences if you just suffered amnesia for the 10th time.

Patrick White RB Production Issues Fantasy Football Spacer RB Production Issues
Patrick White, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 6, 2011
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There are two running backs getting a lot of attention in drafts this season that may not be able to meet your expectations due to offseason roster moves. One of these backs is going in the first round. Can you guess who?

Marc Griffis Jockeying For Position Fantasy Football Spacer Jockeying For Position
Marc Griffis, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 6, 2011
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After reading every fantasy magazine, printing your Fantasy Sharks cheat sheets, and arguing with opposing managers about your Top 25, the time has finally come to build your fantasy dream team. Many of us drafted teams this weekend and may participate in a few more drafts before Thursday’s opener. However, is the bigger question “who to draft” or “which position to draft?” Take a dive with me as we analyze your positional draft strategy.

Keith Jordan Week 1 Warnings Fantasy Football Spacer Week 1 Warnings
Keith Jordan, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 6, 2011
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The NFL season kicks off this week on the heels of the strangest offseason in memory. Pundits from all around are speculating as to what the lockout and its after effects will mean for fantasy football owners. Coaching changes, missed organized team activities and new schemes will certainly have repercussions on the field. Here is a rundown of what you should keep in mind as you prep for your Week 1 matchup.

John Miller Last-Minute Fantasy Football Draft Wisdom Fantasy Football Spacer Last-Minute Fantasy Football Draft Wisdom
John Miller, Fantasy Football Guest Writer
Sep 6, 2011
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So here we are. You did it. You survived the lockout, the holdouts and the injury scares. This is the Main Event. It’s time for your Draft, with a Capital D, no less. By now you should have done some prep work and have a decent plan for your draft. If for some reason this is the first thing you are reading about fantasy football, don’t panic. Keep on reading, and get yourself a solid set of rankings before the draft.

Walter Collazo Week 1: Fundamentals and Matchups Fantasy Football Spacer Week 1: Fundamentals and Matchups
Walter Collazo, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 5, 2011
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This is the Brew Crew Corner season kickoff edition. Thursday kicks off the season with the Green Bay Packers hosting the New Orleans Saints. Every year the defending champions have won the season opener. The streak is at seven and every season the matchup seems to get tougher and tougher. In this case, I’m sticking with the Packers to win at home. Until the defending champion falters in a season opener, you have to stick with the favorite.

Eric Huber Fantasy Intelligence Report: Diner Food, Shiny Toy Cars, and Back To The Future Fantasy Football Spacer Fantasy Intelligence Report: Diner Food, Shiny Toy Cars, and Back To The Future
Eric Huber, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 5, 2011
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If I could pick one decade to go back in time and live through, it would easily be the 1950s. And while I don’t know any Bill or Ted with a time machine who could possibly help me out with this kind of request, I certainly have the ability to bring the 1950s to life a little here. So in this final preseason edition of the Fantasy Intelligence Report I’ve decided to go down memory lane and bring back diners, muscle cars, and even the movie that made Marty McFly famous.

Gary Davenport IDP ROUNDUP: News, Notes, and Opening Night Start/Sit Fantasy Football Spacer IDP ROUNDUP: News, Notes, and Opening Night Start/Sit
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 4, 2011
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The 2011 NFL preseason is in the rearview mirror, and now just a few scant sunsets stand between us and getting down to the nitty-gritty of the 2011 fantasy football campaign. So, as you’re counting down the hours to opening night’s game, here’s an update on some injuries and player news of significant interest to Individual Defensive Players league owners, as well as a quick peek at Thursday’s New Orleans Saints-Green Bay Packers tilt from a Start/Sit standpoint.


Week 2

Jim Bukowski Week 2 - Last Minute Tidbits Fantasy Football Spacer Week 2 - Last Minute Tidbits
Jim Bukowski, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 18, 2011
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Looking for that last minute pickup before the games start and the waiver wire gets locked? Are you in need of a last minute quarterback or tight end? Are you looking to tweak your dynasty roster? Or do you just want to see what I wrote about so that you can mock me with your friends? Either way come on in, you just may learn something. But whatever it is, it definitely won't help you in real life.

Tony Holm The Prognosticator - Week 2 Fantasy Football Spacer The Prognosticator - Week 2
Tony Holm, The Prognosticator
Sep 17, 2011
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The Colts are obviously going to struggle in 2011 but there will be games, like this, that they have a solid chance in. There are a lot of proud football players on the Colts and after the beating they took last week, they're all ready to stand up and show that they aren't ready to roll over quite yet. Will the Colts struggle against the elite? Yes, they will without Peyton Manning. Do they have the talent to get past the Browns, especially in Indy? Yes, yes they do. What the Colts sorely missed last week was a power running game. It hasn't been their approach to the game since they've had the brilliant one under center for so long, but they realize now that they have to develop a solid run game which includes better run blocking. The silent benefactor to the Peyton Manning injury ultimately will be Joseph Addai and you can get him today for less than he'll be worth a couple of weeks from now.
 

Eric Huber Fantasy Intelligence Report: Week 1 Reactions, News Nuggets, and Cam Newton. Fantasy Football Spacer Fantasy Intelligence Report: Week 1 Reactions, News Nuggets, and Cam Newton.
Eric Huber, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 17, 2011
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It’s Week 2, and the Cam Newton craze has hit every facet of the NFL world. But who cares, right? It’s time for the Fantasy Intelligence Report. It’s also time I debut something new that will make you smile (I hope), and keep you coming back to fantasysharks.com before all those big sites. Also inside are opening week reactions, news nuggets, and a few fun words about the new Newton. Let’s get to it.

John Lanfranca JL's Week 1 Observation Deck Fantasy Football Spacer JL's Week 1 Observation Deck
John Lanfranca, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 16, 2011
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One of the most unpredictable and wild Week 1s in recent memory is in the books. It is important to learn from each week, adding it to your knowledge base, so you can make the best decisions moving forward. Do not disregard everything you thought in the preseason because of one week. Luckily, I’m here to aid you in this process.

Vinnie Against the Odds (2011) - Week 2 Fantasy Football Spacer Against the Odds (2011) - Week 2
Vinnie, Caribbean Affiliate
Sep 16, 2011
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Vinnie is getting behind a trio of home teams and a trio of road teams, this week. Read on to find out why.

Steve Rudy, Jr. Corner Lockdown: Covering Week 1 Fantasy Football Spacer Corner Lockdown: Covering Week 1
Steve Rudy, Jr., Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 16, 2011
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Welcome to the Corner Lockdown feature on Fantasysharks.com. This column will provide you with everything you need to know for the upcoming fantasy football week: Running back dilemmas, what sleepers to keep an eye on, a fantasy lock of the week and other vital advice to help you take home the hardware.

Gary Davenport STUDS AND DUDS: Week 2 IDP Start/Sit Fantasy Football Spacer STUDS AND DUDS: Week 2 IDP Start/Sit
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 16, 2011
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Here’s a look at some IDP players you should give serious consideration to getting into your lineups or who could outperform expectations (Studs) and some that, for whatever reason, you may want to consider leaving alone, or at least take into account that they may be a relative disappointment this week (Duds).

Nick Pagliuca Survivor Pool Analysis - Week 2 Fantasy Football Spacer Survivor Pool Analysis - Week 2
Nick Pagliuca, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 16, 2011
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I’ve always believed the toughest week to predict in the season is Week 2. You look at the point spread and you think you know a team and then the complete opposite happens. Or you start telling yourself that there is no way Pittsburgh will start 0-2. You don’t see the Cincinnati Bengals going 2-0. The Giants have to rebound at home, right? Plenty of big favorites in Week 2, but which teams are for real? Check out my full game-by-game analysis and selections.

Marc Griffis Week 2: Ravens' Revenge Fantasy Football Spacer Week 2: Ravens' Revenge
Marc Griffis, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 16, 2011
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Week 1 is over. Whether you won or lost, there is still a long season ahead. Take a dive with me as review some of last week’s highlights and then buckle our seat belts for Week 2.

Walter Collazo Week 2: Your Team at First Glance Fantasy Football Spacer Week 2: Your Team at First Glance
Walter Collazo, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 16, 2011
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Welcome to Week 2 of the Brew Crew Corner. The season is on a roll now, and before you know it, you’ll be gearing up for the playoffs. The season moves quick so enjoy it while you can.

Ed Bonfanti Week 2: Judgment Day Fantasy Football Spacer Week 2: Judgment Day
Ed Bonfanti, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 16, 2011
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Week 2 of the fantasy football season will be Judgment Day for some of the most high profile players. Can Chris Johnson bounce back after a worrisome performance against the Jacksonville Jaguars? Can LeGarrette Blount rush for more than 15 yards this week? We’ll take a hard look at these questions and more in “Week 2: Judgment Day.”

Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun Games to Watch - Week 2 Fantasy Football Spacer Games to Watch - Week 2
Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun, Podcast
Sep 16, 2011
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The “Games to Watch” guys are back, but in honor of shorter attention spans everywhere, they reveal the top games to watch each week … PODCAST STYLE! They serve you up a heapin’ helpin’ of the NFL’s best games, including a New Orleans po’ boy, some New England clam chowder and a Philly cheesesteak. So sit down and dig in to this week’s “Games to Watch!”


Click here to download "Games to Watch - Week 2 Podcast" or listen to Chris and Tom's other weekly podcast, "Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds"!

Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi Side Lines Fantasy Football Spacer Side Lines
Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi, Fantasy Football Staff Writers
Sep 16, 2011
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Braun and Dolfi try and put a smile on your face with a new sport-toon every Monday, Wednesday and Friday - only on FantasySharks.com!

Keith Jordan Targeting 101 Fantasy Football Spacer Targeting 101
Keith Jordan, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 16, 2011
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Fantasy football stars are at their finest when talent meets opportunity. As you entertain potential trade offers and look at the free agent receivers and tight ends available in your league there is an often overlooked stat to give you a clue as to players who are getting the opportunity to let their talent shine. Keep reading to find out about the importance of the number of times players are targeted in the receiving game and why you need to be aware of this stat.

Gary Davenport IDP CHEATSHEET: WEEK TWO Fantasy Football Spacer IDP CHEATSHEET: WEEK TWO
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 15, 2011
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Need help setting your IDP lineup? Well then, we've got what you're looking for. Come on it and take a look at my Top 30 defensive linemen, Top 30 linebackers, and Top 30 defensive backs for Week 2 of the 2011 season. And if that isn't enough to help you out I'll tell you where you can find me, or James Elvins, for any IDP specific questions.

Mike Sarmento Big Bodies- Rise of the Tight End Fantasy Football Spacer Big Bodies- Rise of the Tight End
Mike Sarmento, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 15, 2011
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I won't bore you with trivial info or news that other sites are reporting. I have my own ideas about how things are going to shake out this year. This week I am focusing on the big men at the Tight End position.

David Grey The Grey Report - Week 2 Fantasy Football Spacer The Grey Report - Week 2
David Grey, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 15, 2011
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The Grey Report will help you make those tough lineup decisions and help you identify potential sleepers and busts. Don’t set your final lineup without consulting the Grey Report, because not all matchups are black and white.

Click here to get the week 2 Grey Report

Patrick White Early Implications Fantasy Football Spacer Early Implications
Patrick White, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 15, 2011
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One game can either ease your nervousness on specific players or completely turn your stomach upside down. One game is a small crack into the door to peak through but it is indeed large enough to catch a little of the bigger picture. We’ve already learned a lot from the first game and will continue to do so as the season progresses. Heading into Week 2, here are my early dynasty thoughts stemming from the first week of play. I do feel the need to warn you though that it’s mostly in relation to value downfall.

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Curt Kestila, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 15, 2011
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It’s a little too early to give you solid fantasy football advice. One week just isn’t enough time to see what players were just having a down week and which ones need to be dumped off your roster. Instead, here are 10 things I think about Week 1.

Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds - Week 2 Fantasy Football Spacer Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds - Week 2
Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun, Podcast
Sep 14, 2011
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The “Fantasy PRE-Wind” guys are back, but they heard your feedback and shortened their podcast and changed the format to a more fun and interesting look at “Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds!” Chris and Tom break down the biggest Fanatic and Frauds from Week 1 and predict the most likely fanatics and frauds for Week 2!


Click here to download "Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds - Wk2" or listen to Chris and Tom's other weekly podcast, the "Games to Watch"!

Ron Anish Start/Bench - Week 2 Fantasy Football Spacer Start/Bench - Week 2
Ron Anish, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 14, 2011
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Where’s the defense? The offense took center stage in Week 1. Will that change in Week 2? The Pittsburgh Steelers, Philadelphia Eagles and Green Bay Packers are just a few teams that will answer the call once again and put smiles on their owners' faces across fantasy football nation.

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Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi, Fantasy Football Staff Writers
Sep 14, 2011
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Braun and Dolfi try and put a smile on your face with a new sport-toon every Monday, Wednesday and Friday - only on FantasySharks.com!

John Miller RB Handcuffs - Week 2 Fantasy Football Spacer RB Handcuffs - Week 2
John Miller, Fantasy Football Guest Writer
Sep 14, 2011
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As we learned in Week 1, injuries happen often. Have you handcuffed up your stud RB? Do you know who is getting the goal line carries? How about the most work in the passing game? We've got it all right here.

Doug Coutts Waiver Wire Wonders Fantasy Football Spacer Waiver Wire Wonders
Doug Coutts, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 13, 2011
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The 2011 NFL season is off and running, and the completion of Week 1 brings our first installment of the ‘Waiver Wire Wonders!’ We start the season with an extra large helping of players that are likely to be available in your league. Yes, it’s only been one game, but it will be worth your while to scrutinize your roster to see if you can make an upgrade at any position.

Thomas Casale The Feeding Frenzy Fantasy Football Spacer The Feeding Frenzy
Thomas Casale, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 13, 2011
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Now that Week 1 is in the books, join me as I take a look at which players you should be targeting on the waiver wire and which ones to avoid. So here’s how it works: I’ll list some of the top waiver wire targets of the upcoming week and give you my opinion on whether or not you should go after that player. Then, depending on how accurate I am over the year, you’ll either be hoisting that fantasy trophy or fighting to stay out of the basement.


Tim Davoll The Diary of a Fantasy Virgin : Week 1 Fantasy Football Spacer The Diary of a Fantasy Virgin : Week 1
Tim Davoll, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 13, 2011
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The theme song from Monday Night Football is still ringing in my wee brain. Da Da Da Daaaaaa! Football is officially back, yet summer has yet to relinquish its grasp on New England.

Matt Wilson In The Spotlight: Week 1 In Review Fantasy Football Spacer In The Spotlight: Week 1 In Review
Matt Wilson, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 13, 2011
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Lockout? What NFL Lockout? It’s amazing how one exciting weekend of NFL football has helped a large majority of fantasy football owners finally shelve their lingering anger about the longest work stoppage in league history. Time heals all wounds, and so does the super-addictive hobby of fantasy football. What did we learn in Week 1? Matt Wilson talks fantasy football storylines and players in his new edition of “In The Spotlight.”

Drew Magyar What Have We Learned - Week 1 Edition Fantasy Football Spacer What Have We Learned - Week 1 Edition
Drew Magyar, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 13, 2011
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Football is finally back. And surprise, surprise Aaron Rodgers is good. But what did fantasy owners find out this week that they might not have known already?

Gary Davenport IDP WAIVER WIRE: Week 2 Fantasy Football Spacer IDP WAIVER WIRE: Week 2
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 13, 2011
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The first week of the 2010 season is in the record books, which means IDP owners across the land are either gloating about a Week 1 win or smarting after a Week 1 defeat. There were some great performances and some real stinkers, but whether you’re 1-0 or 0-1 it’s time to put last week in the rearview mirror and look forward to Week 2, and the first step in doing so is getting your Week 2 waiver wire claims in order.

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Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi, Fantasy Football Staff Writers
Sep 12, 2011
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Braun and Dolfi try and put a smile on your face with a new sport-toon every Monday, Wednesday and Friday - only on FantasySharks.com!


Week 3

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Eric Huber, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 24, 2011
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It's Week 3 and it's time for the latest news nuggets, reactions, and the trendy hot sheet. I've also taken the liberty to address all the Tony Romo haters in my latest speaking out rant. Yeah, it's time for this week's Fantasy Intelligence Report.

Vinnie Against the Odds (2011) - Week 3 Fantasy Football Spacer Against the Odds (2011) - Week 3
Vinnie, Caribbean Affiliate
Sep 24, 2011
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Vinnie is backing a rookie quarterback, three of four home teams, and three of four favorites in Week 3. Read on to find out why two coaches are on the hot seat, a first-year head coach and a future Hall of Fame head coach will be disappointing those who bank on their respective teams to beat the spread.

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Patrick White, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 24, 2011
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With every week comes the chance for players to improve their value. But also with every week comes the opportunity to underwhelm and slip back in the overall rankings. I’ve found one player for each game who has the biggest chance to either improve or digress given their Week 3 performances. With each game brings value changes, and Week 3 offers plenty of opportunity for advance and decline. You better pay attention…

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Curt Kestila, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 24, 2011
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Four quarterbacks, four running backs, four wide receivers, four tight ends and whether or not starting them this week is a good call or a bad call.

Steve Rudy, Jr. Corner Lockdown: Covering Week 3 Fantasy Football Spacer Corner Lockdown: Covering Week 3
Steve Rudy, Jr., Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 24, 2011
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Welcome to the Corner Lockdown feature on FantasySharks.com. This column will provide you with everything you need to know for the upcoming fantasy football week: running back dilemmas, what sleepers to keep an eye on, a fantasy lock of the week and other vital advice to help you take home the hardware.


Nick Pagliuca Survivor Pool Analysis - Week 3 Fantasy Football Spacer Survivor Pool Analysis - Week 3
Nick Pagliuca, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 23, 2011
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Two weeks are in the books, and the Baltimore Ravens were the top team who knocked out survivor hopefuls last week. I was wary about Baltimore after their big win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, so check out which big favorite in Week 3 should be primed for an upset as well as my game-by-game analysis.

Gary Davenport IDP STUDS AND DUDS: Week Three IDP Start/Sit Fantasy Football Spacer IDP STUDS AND DUDS: Week Three IDP Start/Sit
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 23, 2011
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As we gear up for week three of the 2011 season some IDP storylines are taking shape, from studs in the making to fading stars to injuries and lineup switches. Plenty of drama, loads of action…all we need is some popcorn and a cold one and we’ll be set. With that in mind, here’s a look at some players you should give serious consideration to getting into your lineups.

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Marc Griffis, Fantasy Baseball Staff Writer
Sep 23, 2011
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Don't panic if your team is 0-2, and don't get overly confident if you sit atop the standings at 2-0. The Detroit Lions and Buffalo Bills are also off to nice early starts with a number of rising stars. Check out Week 2's highlights and take a dive with me as we discuss a few key players for Week 3.

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Walter Collazo, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 23, 2011
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Welcome to Week 3 of the Brew Crew Corner. Take the time to monitor the players that are dropped in your league. Some owners could become desperate and dump good players on the market. If you feel that a player dropped could come back later in the season to help you and you have the room on your bench to stash him then pick him up.

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Mike Sarmento, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 23, 2011
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Audibles looks at the bleak future of two NFC and two AFC teams all 0-2. Is there any hope for these teams? Can we still count on any of these players to help us win our fantasy games each week?

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The Sin City BetBot 6000, FantasySharks.com
Sep 23, 2011
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Another week, another robot dispensing life lesson. Information this good deserves to be behind a pay wall. So count your blessings while you read it, if you can do two things at once.

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Brad Gillespie, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 23, 2011
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Whether you are looking for roster additions or adjustments, 'Inside The Gamebook' takes a look inside the numbers to spot trends before they happen.

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Brad Gillespie, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 23, 2011
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Whether you are looking for roster additions or adjustments, ‘Inside The Gamebook’ takes a look inside the numbers to spot trends before they happen.

Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun Games to Watch - Week 3 Fantasy Football Spacer Games to Watch - Week 3
Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun, Podcast
Sep 23, 2011
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The Games to Watch guys are back, but in honor of shorter attention spans everywhere, they reveal the top games to watch each week -- PODCAST STYLE! This week Chris and Tom bring you three classic rivalry match-ups, or at least two of them and a surprisingly interesting third rivalry that could turn into something special.Click here to download Games to Watch - Week 3 Podcast or listen to Chris and Tom on their other weekly podcast, Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds!

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Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi, Fantasy Football Staff Writers
Sep 23, 2011
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Braun and Dolfi try and put a smile on your face with a new sport-toon every Monday, Wednesday and Friday - only on FantasySharks.com!

Tony Holm The Prognosticator - Week 3 Fantasy Football Spacer The Prognosticator - Week 3
Tony Holm, The Prognosticator
Sep 23, 2011
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The Bengals are young and Andy Dalton has done well with the opportunity. Why Carson Palmer can't be in a Colts uniform or a Seahawks uniform is beyond me. I know that was a quick tangent, we stay on our toes here people. Quarterbacks are so precious that there aren't 32 to go around that can play at an NFL starting level. Having one on the sideline is bad for the game. In this case, both men have made it personal and neither can see the game through the trees.


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David Grey, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 22, 2011
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Don't set your lineup without consulting the Grey Report, Because Not All Matchups are Black and White

 
 

Gary Davenport IDP Cheat Sheet: Week 3 Fantasy Football Spacer IDP Cheat Sheet: Week 3
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 22, 2011
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We’re only two weeks into the 2011 NFL season and already new Individual Defensive Player (IDP) stars are emerging (hello Kam Chancellor, nice to meet you), old stars are scuffling mightily (has DeMeco Ryans even been on the field?), and the injury bug has bitten some fantasy teams on the butt (Thomas Davis, again). With that in mind, here’s a look at my Top 30 defensive linemen, linebackers and defensive backs for Week 2 of the 2011 season in IDP leagues.

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Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun, Podcast
Sep 21, 2011
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In this week's Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds, Chris and Tom run down last week's top Fanatic and Fraud, and tell you which players are most likely to be contenders to outscore all other fantasy players this week, and which players are pretenders for your fantasy attention.


Click here to download Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds - Week 3 Podcast or listen to Chris and Tom's other weekly podcast, Games to Watch!

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John Lanfranca, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 21, 2011
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What is with teams blowing big leads in the NFL this season? Is Tony Romo a goat or hero? Are the Kansas City Chiefs the worst team in the league? What are some attractive fantasy pickups heading into Week 3? Is your fantasy season over if you are 0-2? All these questions answered and more inside.

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Ron Anish, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 21, 2011
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It's only week three and we've seen big names at QB, RB, and WR go down to injuries. Team depth is very important for this very reason. Teams don't win their league on draft day. It's the week-to-week management that makes the difference. Find those gems on the waiver wire, start your Bills, Patriots, Packers, and Bears this week and sit back and enjoy as the stats pile up in two of the best games for fantasy numbers this week.

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Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi, Fantasy Football Staff Writers
Sep 21, 2011
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Braun and Dolfi try and put a smile on your face with a new sport-toon every Monday, Wednesday and Friday - only on FantasySharks.com!

Doug Coutts Waiver Wire Wonders Fantasy Football Spacer Waiver Wire Wonders
Doug Coutts, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 20, 2011
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We searched high and low this week, digging for potential free agents, and we ended up with a column that was close to 100% dominated by wide receivers. Sure, Jamaal Charles went down and is done for the season and Adrian Foster is still on the shelf, so we've got their backups listed; this is a column dominated by the wideout. We've got plenty of them listed, and many of them have the potential to be productive fantasy starters for the entire season.

Thomas Casale The Feeding Frenzy Fantasy Football Spacer The Feeding Frenzy
Thomas Casale, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 20, 2011
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With Jamaal Charles and other big names going down, Thomas Casale looks at some players you should be targeting on the waiver wire this week.

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Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 20, 2011
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We’re only two weeks into the 2011 season, and already the injuries are starting to pile up (Outside linebacker Thomas Davis of the Carolina Panthers blew out his knee…again, and inside linebacker Karlos Dansby of the Miami Dolphins has the always ubiquitous groin injury), so IDP owners everywhere are scrambling to plug the holes in the boat before their seasons are sunk. With that in mind here are some players that should be available on many IDP waiver wires that can give your fantasy squad a boost.

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Ed Bonfanti, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 20, 2011
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Only two weeks have passed and yet it feels like the world of fantasy football has been turned upside down. How will three of the Top 5 overall picks being busts affect fantasy football in general? Which receiver is making a case to be drafted in the Top 5 WRs next summer? Which formerly woe-begotten franchise has somehow become a Fantasy Football Wonderland?

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Drew Magyar, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 20, 2011
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One week does not a season make, but with Week 2 in the books, fantasy owners need to know what kind of team they have. So what can we glean from this past week’s action and news?

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Mark Chamberlin, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 20, 2011
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As the game of fantasy football develops, buy low and sell high deals are becoming more and more difficult to execute. If you can go out and get DeAngelo Williams, Chris Johnson, or Antonio Gates for $0.50 on the dollar or sell Cam Newton, Deion Branch, or Aaron Hernandez at a 200% mark-up then absolutely go do that. However, the reality of it all says that's not likely a feasible option for you. In today's game you must offer deals that benefit both parties, so I give you the 2-for-1 trade and how to execute it.

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Tim Davoll, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 20, 2011
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We are now into Week 2 and there are some surprises. Just look at those Detroit Lions for the good. Look at Kansas City Chiefs for the bad. And I guess it could be the Indianapolis Colts for the ugly.


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Matt Wilson, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 19, 2011
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A new case of "Anti-Awesomeness," a torn ACL, The Amish Rifle, The "Michael Vick Bowl," two very pass-happy triggermen and a whole bunch of fantasy studs and duds. That’s what Matt Wilson has placed "In The Spotlight" for his recap of Week 2.

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Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi, Fantasy Football Staff Writers
Sep 19, 2011
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Braun and Dolfi try and put a smile on your face with a new sport-toon every Monday, Wednesday and Friday - only on FantasySharks.com!


Week 4

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Jim Bukowski, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Oct 2, 2011
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Looking for that last minute pickup before the games start and the waiver wire gets locked? Are you in need of that last minute player to put you over the top? Are you looking to tweak your dynasty roster? Or do you just want to see what I wrote about so that you can mock me with your friends? Either way come on in, you just may learn something. But whatever it is, it definitely won't help you in real life.

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Eric Huber, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Oct 1, 2011
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Week 4 is almost among us, and you know what that means. That’s right, it’s time for the latest news nuggets, reactions and the trendy hot sheet. I’ve also taken the liberty to accommodate most smash mouth football fans, and those who love to sling mud at Michael Vick, with my latest speaking out rant. Yeah, it’s time for this week’s Fantasy Intelligence Report. Proceed with gusto!

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Patrick White, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Oct 1, 2011
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Each week I’ll feature an installment of all games played and which individual player has the most value on the line. It could be a chance for a huge upswing in value or an enormous slide in worth. But no matter the matchup there will always be one player who could climb the charts or dip into the dumpster. Week 4 offers 16 players who will see value changes. Educate yourself …

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John Miller, Fantasy Football Guest Writer
Sep 30, 2011
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With the staggering amount of fantasy football content available to owners, it's tough to gain an edge. If every owner is trying to buy-low and sell-high on the same players, how do you ever make a trade?

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Steve Rudy, Jr., Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 30, 2011
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Welcome to the Corner Lockdown feature on Fantasysharks.com. This column will provide you with everything you need to know for the upcoming fantasy football week: Running back dilemmas, what sleepers to keep an eye on, a fantasy lock of the week and other vital advice to help you take home the hardware.


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Vinnie, Caribbean Affiliate
Sep 30, 2011
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Vinnie’s rolling out not only a three-star pick, but a rare four-star pick to boot. Enjoy!

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Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 30, 2011
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Here’s a look at some players you should give serious consideration to getting into your lineups or who could outperform expectations (Studs) and some that, for whatever reason, you may want to consider leaving alone, or at least take into account that they may be a relative disappointment this week. (Duds).

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Walter Collazo, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 30, 2011
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Welcome to Week 4 of the Brew Crew Corner. So what can you do if your 3-0 and have injuries or bye week fill-ins to worry about? The key is to target the players that are still under the radar but have a chance to make an impact later on. Think of it as a second draft of sleepers.

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Curt Kestila, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 30, 2011
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Eli Manning, Kevin Kolb, Darren Sproles, Daniel Thomas, Jordy Nelson, Julio Jones and more. Find out which ones are good calls and bad calls to be in your starting lineup this week.

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Marc Griffis, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 30, 2011
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How has the season treated your team so far? If you are 0-3, then it is way too early to give up. Many teams have been frustrated early with injuries to Antonio Gates, Peyton Manning and Arian Foster. Checking depth charts, scouring the waiver wire, and making key trades can help your team raise their head above water. Take a dive with me and check out several key matchups for Week 4.

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Tony Holm, The Prognosticator
Sep 30, 2011
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If you're looking for blame as to why the Patriots lost to the Bills, the Patriots defense is the only place you have to point a finger, it's not pretty right now and is already a turnaround project in the making for the coaching staff. There are big problems in the secondary, pass rush and linebacking crew. The one thing they tend to do fairly average is run stop but these are the Raiders, one of the elite running teams in football, they'll be able to run and pass all over the Patriots play after play. The Patriots match up very poorly against some teams, this is one of those matchups. No one likes to play in Oakland, it will be a struggle for the Patriots' defense all day long but as usual, Tom Brady will answer, but it won't be enough to keep up with the Raiders.


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David Grey, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 30, 2011
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Don't forget to checkout the Grey Report before setting your starting lineups, Because Not All Matchups are Black and White.


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Ron Anish, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 30, 2011
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October football will be upon us in Week 4 with several offenses still firing on all cylinders. The Patriots, Panthers, and Chargers will lead the way in the air while the Vikings, Redskins, and Raiders find much success in the ground attack. Defenses will start to wise up to all these offensive numbers this week, but there is still plenty to go around.

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Doug Coutts, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 30, 2011
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The waiver wire still has plenty of potential. We've got a couple of running backs listed that are in line to be starters for their team this week. A couple of tight ends for those that are hurting at that position. Wideouts continue to get a lot of play here, one in particular will have an immediate short term and long term impact. We've even got a kicker listed in this week's "Hot List", something for everyone!

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Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun, Podcast
Sep 30, 2011
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The Games to Watch guys are back, but in honor of shorter attention spans everywhere, they reveal the top games to watch each week – PODCAST STYLE! This week Chris and Tom bring you an AFC matchup of division leaders, a homecoming for one of the NFL’s most outspoken coaches, and a battle of two teams that were an afterthought to many but are now challenging for their division lead.

Click here to download Games to Watch - Week 4 Podcast or listen to Chris and Tom on their other weekly podcast, Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds!

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Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi, Fantasy Football Staff Writers
Sep 30, 2011
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Braun and Dolfi try and put a smile on your face with a new sport-toon every Monday, Wednesday and Friday - only on FantasySharks.com!

Gary Davenport IDP CHEATSHEET: Week 4 Fantasy Football Spacer IDP CHEATSHEET: Week 4
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 29, 2011
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Three weeks into the 2011 season some IDP storylines are taking shape. Navarro Bowman may be the real deal, Paul Posluszny in Jacksonville may not, and Bob Sanders has made his annual pilgrimage to injured reserve. That said there’s still more IDP questions than there are answers, and setting weekly lineups is as maddening a task as ever.

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Mike Sarmento, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 29, 2011
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It's time to look at Week 4 folks! I have a nice musical defense play, a flex play, a waiver wire add, and a one week wonder nostalgic play. All of these for you if you are willing to "Do As I Say."

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Nick Pagliuca, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 28, 2011
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Three weeks down and a heavy road favorite fell to a divisional opponent last weekend. Beware of the road teams. Checkout a full game-by-game analysis for Week 4, as well as selections.

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Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun, Podcast
Sep 28, 2011
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In this week’s Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds, Chris and Tom run down last week’s top Fanatic and Fraud, and tell you which players are most likely to be contenders to outscore all other fantasy players this week, and which players are pretenders for your fantasy attention.


Click here to download Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds - Week 4 Podcast or listen to Chris and Tom's other weekly podcast, Games to Watch!

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Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi, Fantasy Football Staff Writers
Sep 28, 2011
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Braun and Dolfi try and put a smile on your face with a new sport-toon every Monday, Wednesday and Friday - only on FantasySharks.com!

Thomas Casale The Feeding Frenzy Fantasy Football Spacer The Feeding Frenzy
Thomas Casale, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 27, 2011
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It’s another week in the books and another week of star players going down. One week after Jamaal Charles was lost for the season Kenny Britt’s year was cut prematurely short with a knee injury. Toss in some ineffective play and a suspension and the waiver wire will be burning up once again.

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Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 27, 2011
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As we get deeper into the 2011 NFL season injuries mount, defensive lineups are shaken up, and trends and situations develop that often either leave IDP owners struggling to fix holes in their rosters or that present solid opportunities to strengthen fantasy squads. With that in mind here are some players that should be available on many IDP waiver wires that are worth targeting as we near the end of the season’s first month.

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Drew Magyar, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 27, 2011
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With three weeks in the books, the cream is beginning to rise to the top. But with injuries to key players, who can fantasy players look to, either for a temporary fill-in or for a long-term answer?

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Keith Jordan, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 27, 2011
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Buying low and selling high isn’t just the key principle of Jerome Simpson’s (alleged) little side business; it is a fundamental component of successful in-season fantasy football management. Who are the bargains to target, and whose value has peaked? Your answers are here.

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Ed Bonfanti, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 27, 2011
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These fantasy busts had been left for dead, roadkill on the fantasy football highway. Then, out of nowhere, these fantasy busts rose from the dead and the implications of their breakout performances will severely affect the value of the key fantasy players surrounding them.

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Tim Davoll, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 27, 2011
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Feast or famine strikes the hearts of fantasy football owners everywhere. The third week is about settling in and figuring some stuff out. It is right about now when you figure out what teams are going to bring the offense this year. Just look at Darren McFadden of those Oakland Raiders.

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John Lanfranca, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Sep 27, 2011
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The injuries are starting to pile up and so are some significant stats and trends. Time to put things into perspective as we can now officially enter the heart of the season when bye weeks start and teams begin to establish themselves in the 2011 NFL Season.

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Matt Wilson, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Sep 26, 2011
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What do Hakeem Nicks, Philip Rivers, Steve Smith (Car), Frank Gore, BenJarvus Green-Ellis, Michael Turner, Deion Branch, Rashard Mendenhall and Santonio Holmes all have in common? Matt Wilson answers that question and looks back at Week 3 in his newest edition of "In The Spotlight."

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Sep 24, 2011
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Feeling down because Jamaal Charles is done for the year? Losing Jon Beason or Thomas Davis destroy your linebacker corps? Draft Peyton Manning this year? So you are 0-2 after two weeks. So what? Time to panic? I think not.


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Value WR's for 2014
Hurns sorry...
Percy Harvin
looks great...
Strategy from the elbow
Wrongthread, not really geared towards how you did with the number 1 pick...
Patriots WRs (Thompkins, Lafell, Dobson)
get shane vereen,dude is gonna avg 5 to 7 rec a game and 60 yds and also get ...
Week 1 streaming defense
OH MY JOSH (Gordon)
Bad drafting etiquette!

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