Fantasy Football Podcast: DFS Lineup Advice – Divisional Round Matchups

Jan 12, 2017
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Will the Patriots shut out the Texans again?

Welcome to the latest episode of the FantasyPros Football Podcast. The show is hosted by Bobby Sylvester (@bobbyfantasypro). Throughout the NFL season, we’ll be interviewing featured experts and team correspondents who will offer insight to help your squads.

We’re back this week with our Divisional Round DFS coverage. With four games on the slate again, we’re going to name every player that’s worth considering as you build your lineups ahead of kickoff. To help, we’ve got Jared Kwart of FantasyCruncher joining us to go matchup by matchup starting with Seattle heading to Atlanta (2:15) to take on Matt Ryan (3:18), Julio Jones (3:36) and Devonta Freeman (4:39). On the other side of the ball, Russell Wilson (10:37) and Doug Baldwin (11:45) are the offensive leaders, but it’s hard to forget about Thomas Rawls (13:10) after last week. The second game that we’re breaking down has the Texans visiting the Patriots. Outside of C.J. Fiedorowicz and Ryan Griffin (26:31), Bobby and Jared aren’t wasting time on any Houston players, but if you’re wondering which Patriots to use, they’ve got you covered starting with Tom Brady (19:13) and LeGarrette Blount (21:08). The third game features the Steelers at Chiefs (27:15) and you can call it “chalky”, but Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell are without question the studs to use (29:33). To finish out the show, they’re looking at how unstoppable Aaron Rodgers (38:41) is as he heads to Dallas to take on Dak Prescott (40:40) and Ezekiel Elliott (41:24). Don’t miss a second of this player packed episode.

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