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The Fantasy Fullback Dive | Episode 59: Week 17 DFS Spectacular ft. Ian Hartitz of Fantasy Labs

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The Fantasy Fullback Dive | Episode 59


No self-respecting fantasy league should still be going as of Week 17. But everyone should be trying their hand at DFS to keep the fantasy itch scratched just a little longer. To make sure you’re fully prepared, The Wolf (@RotoStreetWolf) and Truth welcome back Fantasy Labs’ Ian Hartitz (@IHartitz) to craft the perfect lineup. First, we breakdown key players who may be rested or out with injury, and the guys to consider in their wake — Rams RB Malcolm Brown at $3900, anyone? Then, Ian runs down the chalk (most popular), fade (avoid), and his personal pick for each position before turning it over to The Wolf and JimboSlice for their selections. Which bargain stack are Ian and The Wolf both targeting? Why is Jimbo all over Kirk Cousins and Washington? Is Jamaal Williams primed for one last explosion? And which basement priced tight ends could swing the week for owners? This, and so much more, make this our most in-depth Daily Fantasy Breakdown ever, and it’s a can’t miss for anyone tossing out lineups.

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