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By   Ernie Estrella

Drafting your fantasy football team is the easy part, now comes the hard part, knowing who and when to sit your players on any given week. Sure, it’s easy to decide what to do with your studs or your bench players, but at Bruno Boys Fantasy Football, we concentrate on giving our readers start and sit advice about players who are lower down the rankings. If you assembled your team on the strength of positions other than the one we’re highlighting in this article, chances are you have players where you have to consider the best matchups, the skill players around them, the strength of the opposing defense and their health. On rare occasions, because the matchup is stacks so high against a player, that even studs or high draft picks need to be benched on occasion Here are our recommendations on who to sit.

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By   Ernie Estrella

Drafting your fantasy football team is the easy part, now comes the hard part, knowing who and when to sit your players on any given week. Sure, it’s easy to decide what to do with your studs or your bench players, but at Bruno Boys Fantasy Football, we concentrate on giving our readers start and sit advice about players who are lower down the rankings. If you assembled your team on the strength of positions other than the one we’re highlighting in this article, chances are you have players where you have to consider the best matchups, the skill players around them, the strength of the opposing defense and their health. On rare occasions, because the matchup is stacks so high against a player, that even studs or high draft picks need to be benched on occasion Here are our recommendations on who to sit.

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By   John Ferguson

Each week we are going to be taking a look at a few players or situations that should be on your fantasy football watchlist. These players/situations will be a combination of a few things.

Some will be potential rising stars with low ownership percentages that could become hot names on the waiver wire in coming weeks that you can grab now. Some will be muddy situations we are hoping to shed some light on and get clarity in the coming weeks.

Other situations will be analyzing trends as the season goes on to determine what the most probable future outcome will be for a player’s value and if you should consider buying low, selling high, holding or dropping after the coming weeks performance. Here are our players to monitor for the Week 3 Watchlist:

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By   Marc Caviglia


By doing an in-depth Flex ranking article each week we are trying to help fantasy owners make better decisions about which player or position to go with at the flex spot. Our flex rankings are based on standard scoring and combine the three most common flex-eligible positions, running backs, wide receivers and tight ends into a single ranking sheet.

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By   Marc Caviglia


Take a quick look at the fantasy football landscape over the past 10 years and you will see a significant change at the tight end position. While the amount of “stars” at the position has fallen off, the depth has risen. Fantasy owners nowadays have a legitimate 10-12 guys at the tight end position that could produce on a regular basis.

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By   John Ferguson


Take a quick look at the fantasy football landscape over the past 10 years and you will see a significant rise in production from the wide receiver position. Nowadays, it’s a passing league and each team has two or three wideouts that have fantasy relevance on a weekly basis. With all the depth at the position, it makes ranking wide receivers a tall task weekly.

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By   Marc Caviglia


Take a quick look at the fantasy football landscape over the past 10 years and you will see a significant drop in production among the running back position. Gone are the days in which every NFL team has a bell cow running back that is guaranteed 20-plus touches weekly. Nowadays, it’s a passing league and fantasy football players are at an extreme disadvantage if they don’t get their hands on the top running backs.

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LB Kwon Alexander (hamstring) has been officially ruled out for Week 3 vs. Minnesota.

Rookie LB Kendell Beckwith will likely fill in for Alexander in the middle and LB Adarius Glanton for Beckwith at the strongside. Beckwith should be in for a good game for fantasy owners.

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The New Orleans Saints have ruled out rookie starting cornerback Marshon Lattimore (concussion) and veteran backup cornerback Sterling Moore (chest) for Sunday’s game at the Carolina Panthers.

With both CB Latimore and CB Sterling out the Panthers can make this interesting if they decide to go pass heavy Sunday. FS Marcus Williams and CB P.J. Williams might be strong plays this weekend for fantasy owners.

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NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport is reporting that the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has set their hearing date for Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott for October 2.

Now that the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has set their hearing date for Oct. 2, Elliott will be able to play for at least the next two games. However, if the court rules in the league’s favor, his suspension could begin as soon as Week 5. If Elliott is ultimately suspended, Darren McFadden and Alfred Morris will handle the Cowboys’ RB duties in his absence.

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The 5th U.S. Circuit of Appeals set an Oct. 2 date for a hearing in Ezekiel Elliott’s case, ESPN.com reports.  The court will hear arguments from the NFL and NFLPA as the league seeks a stay to nullify Elliott’s preliminary injunction.

The good news for fantasy owners is that the timing of the hearing means that Elliot will be available to play in Week 3 in Arizona and Week 4 against the Rams.  Now Elliot just needs to bounce back from a career worst performance in Week 2 against the Broncos. 

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By   Ernie Estrella

Drafting your fantasy football team is the easy part, now comes the hard part, knowing who and when to sit your players on any given week. Sure, it’s easy to decide what to do with your studs or your bench players, but at Bruno Boys Fantasy Football, we concentrate on giving our readers start and sit advice about players who are lower down the rankings. If you assembled your team on the strength of positions other than the one we’re highlighting in this article, chances are you have players where you have to consider the best matchups, the skill players around them, the strength of the opposing defense and their health. On rare occasions, because the matchup is stacks so high against a player, that even studs or high draft picks need to be benched on occasion Here are our recommendations on who to sit.

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Rex Burkhead (ribs) has been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Texans, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.

Even though Burkhead is ruled out for Week 3 the injury does not look to be one that will keep him out for an extended period of time.  Expect Dion Lewis to see an increase in touches on Sunday with Burkhead sitting the game out. 

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Pro Football Talk is reporting the NFL could elect to begin Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott’s six-game suspension as early as Monday night’s Week 3 matchup against the Arizona Cardinals if the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit rules in the league’s favor.

It appears that if the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit rules in the NFL’s favor, the league could begin Elliott’s suspension as early as Monday night—if the court makes their ruling by Monday afternoon that is. In translation, Elliott could miss Week 3 and beyond, which means Darren McFadden and Alfred Morris will carry the workload for the Cowboys’ backfield in his absence. However, this is also a situation that could drag out until the offseason, which is the expected outcome by most experts. Until the ultimate decision, it is a waiting game for Elliott’s fantasy owners as well as Cowboys faithful.

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Alfred Blue (high-ankle sprain) returned to Texans’ practice Wednesday, but according to head coach Bill O’Brien, he is doubtful to suit up in Week3.

Blue has yet to dress for a regular season game this year after injuring his ankle in late August and is behind both Lamar Miller and rookie D’Onta Forman on the Texans’ depth chart. Miller and Foreman will be the main RBs in the Houston backfield in Week 3 at New England.

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