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Bobby Sylvester (@bobbyfantasypro) & Mike Tagliere (@MikeTagliereNFL) host a lively discussion with our network of 100+ experts that will keep you both informed and entertained. Find out who the experts have on their “must-draft” lists and the sleepers they’re targeting. During the season we’ll help you spot hidden gems on the Waiver Wire and offer analysis that will help with Start/Sit decisions. Got a question you want answered on the show? Shoot us a message for our listener mailbag.

Sep 27, 2016

Jake Ciely (@allinkid) of RotoExperts joins us to break down Week 3 of the NFL season and how fantasy owners should react moving forward. We begin by looking at which 3-0 teams are most surprising to us (2:17) and which teams we think can be Super Bowl contenders in the NFC (5:59) before moving on to injuries and standout performances from Week 3. We start by covering Rashad Jennings and the Giants backfield (12:28), Marvin Jones' hot start (13:42), Jimmy Graham's respectable production (16:08), Russell Wilson's sprained MCL (16:41), Kelvin Benjamin's scoreless week (18:57), Ryan Matthews' injury concerns and how it impacts the Eagles tailbacks (21:06), the mess in the Dolphins backfield (24:00), Christine Michael's performance during Thomas Rawls' absence (24:53), Jeremy Langford's injury and Jordan Howard's value moving forward (29:20) and Terrelle Pryor's presence as a multi-threat player (32:40). We continue by looking at high upside waiver wire pickups and discuss Dwayne Washington (35:52) and DeAndre Washington (37:22). We have a quick Adrian Peterson (39:28) digression where we discuss his injury timetable before diving back into the waiver wire and examine which wide receiver you should pick up between Davante Adams, Cole Beasley and Jamison Crowder (42:36), which running back between Cameron Artis-Payne, Kenneth Dixon and Chris Thompson (49:06), which tight end between Zach Miller, Jack Doyle and Cameron Brate (48:07), and we finish by looking at the top streaming defenses for Week 4 (51:26).