Fantasy Football Week 3 Waiver Wire Advice LIVE from the Podfather: Tre’Quan Smith all systems go

Fantasy Football Week 3 Waiver Wire Advice LIVE from the Podfather: Tre’Quan Smith all systems go

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Waiver Wired, Season 2, Episode 2: The Podfather Matt Kelley (@fantasy_mansion) prioritizes waiver wire adds heading into week 3 of the NFL season for fantasy football from Jerick McKinnon to Russell Gage to N’Keal Harry to Darrell Henderson to Myles Gaskin to Tre’Quan Smith to Dalton Shultz.
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    I’m curious as to how jerrick McKinnon is a “league winning” running back when you’re dead set on robust RB early. This is why people draft 0 RB. A 0RB team gets catapulted significantly further from a McKinnon / James Robinson / Hines / Darrell Henderson than a robust RB roster in the most common formats. There are breakout RBs every year and they’re the most valuable thing you can get. That’s what 0 RB is about. It’s not about valuing wide receivers over running backs.

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    Chase Claypool becomes a solid WR 2 with WR 1 upside if Juju or Johnson go down. Steelers have a history of feeding rookie WRs heavily if performing… and Claypool is showing it all with limited playing time on both offense and special teams.

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