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Fantasy Football Week in America

Fantasy Football Week in America, #FFWIA for you twitter-heads, is here and USA Today is going all out to bring you some of the best that the fantasy football industry has to offer. 

Each day USA Today will entrust one of their stellar fantasy football affiliates to tackle a specific fantasy football topic. And of course, Fantasy Sharks will be represented as


Wally Spurlin 
will bring us his QB sleepers. Look for a reference to Wally’s online article on Page 2C this Tuesday, August 27th, in the USA Today sports section.

Here’s the complete schedule…

Mon., Aug. 26 — Draft strategy overview (FantasyKnuckleheads)


Tue., Aug. 27 — QB sleepers(Fantasy Sharks) Wally Spurlin

Wed., Aug. 28 — RB sleepers (Bruno Boys)

Thur. Aug. 29 — WR sleepers(The Huddle)

Fri., Aug, 30 — Risk/reward players (KFFL)

Mon., Sept. 2 — (no paper) risers/fallers (FFToolbox)

Tue., Sept. 3 — Dynasty/Keeper League sleepers (Dynasty League Football)

Wed., Sept. 4 — Injuries to watch or other topic (FFToday)

While articles are very helpful, maybe you have a specific question that you’d like to have answered. If so, USA Today will be providing daily chats throughout Fantasy Football Week in America. And of course, Fantasy Sharks will be part of the action as

Tony Holm will take to the chatroom
on Wednesday, August 28th. The complete chat schedule is below…

Mon., Aug. 26 — Greg Brosh, FantasyKnuckleheads

Tue., Aug. 27 — David Dorey, The Huddle (12N) and Ben Standig,
FFToolbox (2 p)


Wed., Aug. 28 — Tony Holm, Fantasy Sharks

Thur. Aug. 29 — John Tuvey, The Huddle

Fri., Aug, 30 — Ken Moody, Dynasty League Football

Mon., Sept. 2 — no official chat … all Twitter

Tue., Sept. 3 — David Dorey, The Huddle

Wed., Sept. 4 — Doug Orth, FFToday (12N) and Tim Heaney, KFFL (4p)

Chats will begin each day starting at noon ET and then you’re welcome to continue the conversation on Twitter. You’ll be able to ask the USA Today stable of experts questions on draft strategy, keepers, trade possibilities and much more. Just use the hashtag
#FFWIA .

And if that’s not enough, come on back home to FantasySharks.com as we’ll be rolling out plenty of new content along with updated rankings and projections up until the start of the regular season.

Best of luck with all your drafts!

About Fantasy Sharks

FantasySharks.com began in 2003, disseminating fantasy football content on the web for free. It is, or has been, home to some of the most talented and best known fantasy writers on the planet. Owned and operated by Tony Holm (5 time Fantasy Sports Writer Association Hall-of-Fame nominee,) Tony started writing fantasy content in 1993 for the only three fantasy football web sites in existence at the time.