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THE DIVE: Week 17 “The Last Dance”

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Remember Jonnu Smith? It appeared he was poised for a monster season after three touchdowns in his first two games, but then completely fell of the radar. He has been heating up recently with double-digit points in back-to-back games and is a solid target for your Week 17 matchup.

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DFS: Plays of the Week – Week 17

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Derrick Henry is going to go ham on Sunday…the Titans never really got going against Green Bay on Sunday Night…they will not have the same issue this Sunday… as Derrick Henry is going to carry the Titans on his back to a AFC South division crown…

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PLAYER RANKINGS & PROJECTIONS: Week 17

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Our Fantasy Football Projections are available for Week 17. Projections will be updated continuously as practice reports are received and game-time decisions are made. We update our projections right up until kickoff every week. Check back often.

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START/BENCH: Week 17

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If your league is playing its title game in Week 17 and you got this far, there’s only one thing to do — make the best of the hand you are dealt and try to get one final victory this season.

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DIARY OF A FANTASY VIRGIN: Week 17

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So you think you know fantasy football? I drafted 10th in my 10-team league. My first draft pick was quarterback Drew Brees and my second draft pick was wide receiver Michael Thomas. And yes, I still made it to the finals.

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STREAMING DEFENSES: Week 17

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Denver has gotten healthy on defense, and will disrupt the Raiders offensive plans. Derek Carr will return from injury to face a unit with a decent pass rush that is good in coverage. This is not a good matchup for the Raiders, and I expect the Broncos to not allow many points on the board.

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WAIVER WIRE WONDERS: Week 17

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With the Giants playing from behind against Baltimore last week, Shepard was a favorite target in the loss. He ended the day with nine catches for 77 yards, including one that went for a score. The Giants will need to win on the final week to keep their playoff hopes alive, so look for Shepard to once again be a busy ball catcher.

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