Informative Essay: Fantasy Injury

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Wow. Did we actually have a week of football without a crazy injury? Around fantasy playoff time no less?! We’ll chalk up last week’s injury-free week in the fantasy world as a win, but there’s still a lot of big names that are shelved for the season. If you are someone like me who has struggled mentally, physically and emotionally with all these injuries in your season long leagues, daily fantasy is the place to look.

Fantasy6 is among the fastest growing fantasy sports sites on the planet. And there’s a good reason for that. Rather than rating players and placing a budget associated with the rating, Fantasy6 gives you just six options per position and you pick the one you think will perform the best. No budgets. No prices. Just good old fashioned pick and choose. This week, I will be giving you my recommended plays for each position as offered by Fantasy6.
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Without further ado, roll out the red carpet for this list.

Quarterback

Ben Roethlisberger, PIT at CIN

If Big Ben isn’t officially considered dialed in right now, then the dictionary people officially need to change the word “dialed in.” Or two words. Whatever. Over his last four games, Ben has tossed 1,533 yards and 10 touchdowns while completing nearly 62% of his passes. The Steelers have a poor matchup against the 13th ranked pass defense on the road. However, Roethlisberger’s assortment of weapons are too irresistible to pass up.

Running Back

Doug Martin, TB vs NO

Watching the media “war” unfold this week between LeSean McCoy and Chip Kelly has been real. It’s been fun. And it’s been real fun. I’m excited to see if Shady comes through and runs circles around the Eagles all game on Sunday. But c’mon. The Dougernaut gets the Saints, and their league worst rush defense, at home. This is the easiest call on the slate.

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