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Benjamin Ditlevson

I may be new to the Fantasy Football writing game, but I've been giving winning advice to friends and family for years. I have run numerous leagues including my league of record for 17 years. If I'm not working/studying Fantasy Football, I'm spending time with my wife and my furry, long-eared kids, Cinna and Grayson.

GRAB BAG: Week 15

RB Adrian Peterson WAS

It is probably the end of the road for Derrius Guice's 2019 campaign after suffering another MCL injury. Peterson will once again take over the large majority of carries and even against a tough Eagles run defens, Peterson's opportunity and skill will make him a fantasy starter.

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GRAB BAG: Week 14

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With the Ryan Finley experiment coming to an end, Dalton started Week 13 and led the Bengals to their first win of the season. We should expect Cincinnati to continue to play from behind - which means more passing for Dalton. He's an easier find as he is unrostered in over 90% of leagues.

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GRAB BAG: Week 13

RB Rashaad Penny SEA

Rashaad Penny is around 70-80% available, which should make him an easier find. Definitely worth a stash in standard formats - slightly less in points per reception formats - for anyone who already knows they are playoff bound.

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GRAB BAG: Week 12

TE Noah Fant DEN

There's a quite a few fantasy relevant tight ends that teams will have to temporarily replace this week and Noah Fant makes for a good option. He's roughly 70-85% available depending on your fantasy platform.

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GRAB BAG: Week 11

QB Kyle Allen CAR

Over the next four weeks, Carolina will see the Falcons twice - a juicy matchup for opposing quarterbacks - as well as the Saints who could force a shootout or pass-heavy game script. Kyle Allen is a legit talent and now he has the added confidence knowing his role is secure.

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GRAB BAG: Week 10

QB Nick Foles JAC

With the Broncos, Eagles, Jaguars, Patriots, Redskins and Texans all on bye this week, it's very likely that multiple teams in your league - possibly you included - are going to have considerable issues with filling a starting lineup. Luckily, there are still plenty of options for a one-week fill in for those of you with roster problems.

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GRAB BAG: Week 9

RB Raheem Mostert SF

Mostert had his highest number of carries since Week 3. If Breida or Wilson miss more time, Mostert is the main beneficiary of those vacant touches and with a Thursday night game against Arizona, a two-headed running game between Coleman and Mostert could emerge.

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GRAB BAG: Week 8

QB Kirk Cousins MIN

Kirk Cousins became the first player in NFL history to throw for over 300 yards and achieve a passer rating of at least 135 in three consecutive games. That's something to take note of.

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GRAB BAG: Week 7

QB Ryan Tannehill TEN

After taking over for Marcus Mariota, Tannehill was pretty solid. He completed 13 of his 16 pass attempts in about half of a game. It would be surprising if the Titans don't go with Tannehill against the Chargers in Week 7. This season was looking to be make-or-break for Mariota, anyway, and it seems like he broke.

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GRAB BAG: Week 6

RB Adrian Peterson WAS

If there's a week that you can comfortably start you Skins - if you have any - it's Week 6 against the Dolphins. Even with Jay Gruden gone. Adrian Peterson is one of the elite players of this generation going up against one of the weakest defenses this season.

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GRAB BAG: Week 5

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Tyler Eifert is healthy and capable of big games and he's more than 80% available. Add him to your team and you'll almost certainly get a boost at one of the toughest positions in fantasy football.

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GRAB BAG: Week 4

QB Jacoby Brissett IND

Saquon Barkley (ankle), T.Y. Hilton (quad) and Julian Edelman (chest) are some players who could miss time with injuries. And with Cam Newton, Drew Brees and Ben Roethlisberger on the shelf, we got to see some newer, younger quarterbacks get an opportunity to shine.

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GRAB BAG: Week 3

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The real reason you want to add Mr. Witten to your roster is the Week 3 matchup with the tanking Dolphins. If you're in the more than 80% of leagues where he is available and you're still scrambling from the loss of Hunter Henry or the goose egg from O.J. Howard, #82 is your Week 3 safety net.

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GRAB BAG: Week 2

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Did you lose a player or two to injury this week and you’re trying to find a suitable replacement? Are you trying to improve the bottom of your roster and you’re not sure who to turn to? Have no fear! ...

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DRAFT DAY: Team Defenses

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Buffalo is a great team defense to start the year with and you should have little trouble taking them very late in your draft. They start the season with a set of very favorable matchups (at New York Jets, at New York Giants, vs. Cincinnati).

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QUARTERBACKS: Late Round Bargain Shopping

QB Josh Allen BUF

The Bills have improved the number and quality of weapons for Allen this offseason by adding wide receivers John Brown and Cole Beasley along with running back T.J. Yeldon. Beasley should act as a target-machine for Allen with John Brown being a reliable deep-ball threat. Yeldon’s pass catching skills make him a great third down target too.

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TIGHT END: Getting The Most Bang For Your Buck

Tight End Hunter Henry San Diego Chargers

Now fully taking over for future Hall of Famer Antonio Gates, Hunter Henry will have a lot of opportunities to make big catches on a team that values and utilizes it's TE to the fullest. And you don't have to burn an early pick on him, as he is currently being drafted at the end of the 5th round.

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