The Fantasy Authority Fantasy Football Podcast Ep. 65, October 13, 2016.
This week we’re talking the legitimateness of the Atlanta Falcons, young RB dominance, the return of Tom Brady and more of the biggest stories from week 5! We also help you get your team ready for week 6 with the best streaming options of the week and more ‘best of the rest’ options. Plus, we play buy, sell or cut with some of the most intriguing fantasy over-achievers, under-achievers and head scratchers this year.
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Also in this episode…
- Colin Kaepernick gets his first start in nearly a year.
- Why Brian Hoyer should remain the starting QB for the Chicago Bears.
- Surprise trip to IR for Charles Sims, what does this mean for Doug Martin?
- Devontae Booker gets more opportunities, cuts into CJ Andersons work load.
- Kevin expects long-term success from Cameron Meredith.
- How does Sammie Coates compare to Martavis Bryant?
- Amari Cooper finds the end zone, relieves fantasy owners.
- Alex Smith, Marcus Mariota and Brian Hoyer top the QB streaming options.
- Jesse James or Charles Clay? Who’s the better play this week?
- Titans, Lions and Jaguars defenses have rock-solid match-ups.
- Time to cut ties with Latavius Murray?
- We’re all buying up Doug Martin shares.
- Jerrick McKinnon is still a buy for Kevin.
- Zack is buying Terrelle Pryor.
- Kevin’s buying Michael Floyd, Zack buying off waivers only.
- Instant Debate: What to expect from Lamar Miller.
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