Week 2 Ranks Fantasy Football 2020

Week 2 Ranks Fantasy Football 2020

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Week one is in the books, People of the Possum. Christoper Harris has watched all the film, adjusted the ranks and here we are to dive into it all! Johnathan Taylor tickle your fancy? How about Myles Gaskin? WE cover it here. And to top it all off, some funny footage of the chin himself, Jimmy G!


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    So I think this video is a bit weak given the number of different storylines and the fact u are covering very fringe players besides emmanuel sanders and Hines. Wish you would talk more about players coming off a bad week and your reasoning for putting them lower like OBJ and Devin Singltary and discuss others that should come back to the mean like mark ingram. Sorry I usually like your takes but your videos tend to be shorter so I feel for this subject it makes more sense to discuss at least players that we should be looking to see who should start at say the WR 2 or flex spot, not waivir wire adds that you would only start out of desperation and had literally no one on your bench. Please know I say this knowing you are a great analyst and that this is just come constructive criticism

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    my league is down to 8 people this year, so everyone is loaded at every position. my WRs – Robert Woods, OBJ, Emanny Sanders, Diggity, and AJ Green – so numbers 8, 20, 21, 22, and 26 respectively. too much choice, too early in the season. not going to get much work done before (or during) TNF with OBJ v AJ

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    At least you actually have a revolving floor for your selections, not just who’s the best player! Some weeks a certain start is simply smarter and I rarely see any one change their lists accordingly. Such as James Conner, just watched a video where Snell wasn’t even mentioned and Conner was like 8th.. yeah right, maybe on pure speculation..

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