Didn't catch all of Week Three's NFL action? Get one man's observations of everything that occurred during it here.
In keeping Dynasty owners ahead of the game when it comes to the NFL's next crop of rookies, here's an early take on 6'5", 230-lbs Michigan WR/TE Devin Funchess.
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With the recent spate of injuries and suspensions across the NFL, the topic of whether or not to "handcuff" your starters in fantasy leagues is as relevant as ever.
Will the Chargers suffer a letdown following their big win in Seattle? And how does the RB rotation shake out minus Ryan Mathews? For Washington, has Niles Paul earned a bigger role in the offense, and how will DeSean Jackson fair against his former team?
DFW owner Jeff Melbostad gives his thoughts on the current dynasty stock market and provides your buys, sells and holds for week 3 of the 2014 NFL season.
Of all the injuries that occurred in Week Two, the one to Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III may prove most opportunistic for Dynasty owners. Can Kirk Cousins become this season's Nick Foles?
DFW guru Dan Heins let you know his thoughts following Week One's slate of games. Now it's Luke Grilli's turn to give his take on what went on around the NFL in Week Two.
It's not the most exciting aspect of fantasy football, but kickers still get you points. And Cody Parkey just may be one of the most consistently high-scoring options out there.
The value of Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Markus Wheaton is on the rise, but there are ways to obtain him. And you might as well get on the "Wheaton Wagon" now, before it's too late.