Welcome to The Fantasy Six Pack Hour. As usual, myself and A.J. Applegarth will be your hosts. We are calling this episode The 2017 Fantasy Football Final Countdown. We will discuss the many injuries that happened in Week 3 of the preseason, the Zeke appeal and some risers and fallers as the season approaches.
2017 Fantasy Football Final Countdown
Week 3 of the preseason was brutal. Julian Edelman, Spencer Ware and Cam Meredith were lost to season ending injuries. Who is going to step up in their places? Where should you draft them? The guys cover it all.
News and Notes
Along with other NFL news, we dig into the Ezekiel Elliott saga and just what this means for his draft stock. Should you draft him with more confidence now that this might linger into the season?
Risers and Fallers
Next, we take a look at some players who are rising up and falling down draft boards as the season approaches. Some players we cover are Dalvin Cook, Kelvin Benjamin, DeVante Parker, and Sammy Watkins.
If you want to get in on the discussion yourself, feel free to call in live during the show to ask them your own burning questions. Otherwise, you can always send them in via Twitter to @fantasysixpack, and hear your questions get answered live on air.
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