Waiver wire pickups: 10/3/17

So week four of the NFL regular season is in the books.  If you’re not quite happy with the way your roster is shaking out, we have the top five players for you to target on your league’s waiver wire for week five.

Fantasy Impact: The loss of Dalvin Cook

Minnesota Vikings' rookie running back Dalvin Cook was off to a great start in 2017, amassing over 450 total yards of offense and two touchdowns.  If you were lucky enough to draft Cook, you were probably feeling pretty good about your chances to advance to your fantasy league playoffs. Now, after Cook suffered a week 4 ACL-tear, you're probably in panic mode, sending out trade requests and scanning the waiver wire for a replacement.  Here at the SFFS, we feel your pain and offer our advice in finding a suitable replacement(s).

The Spirited Fantasy Football Show’s Week 4 Sleepers

Do you have a tough matchup in week 4 and need to find bunches of points from unexpected sources?  The SFFS brings you our list of sleepers to start in week 4.  These players are not obvious starts, tend to be cheaper in DFS play and/or are available on the waiver wire in a large majority of ESPN and Yahoo leagues.

Waiver Wire Pickups: 9/27/17

So week three of the NFL regular season is in the books.  If you’re not quite happy with the way your roster is shaking out, we have the top 5 players for you to target on your league’s waiver wire for week four.

Bible Verse of the Week

"Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, before you were born I set you apart; I appointed you as a prophet to the nations." Jeremiah 1:5 God spoke these words to Jeremiah commissioning him to the high calling of the nation's prophet. He would become known as "the weeping prophet" as he,... Continue Reading →

Waiver Wire Pickups: 9/19/17

So week two of the NFL regular season is in the books.  If you’re not quite happy with the way your roster is shaking out, we have the top 5 players for you to target on your league’s waiver wire for week three.

Bible Verse of the Week

So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal. -2nd Corinthians 4:18 Simply put, we waste an awful lot of time worrying about simple things. Even the apostle Paul called his own significant worldly troubles "light" and... Continue Reading →

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