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Last week was a good one if you listened to the show. The Wayniac, Dunton and Fanduel Fee racked up big starts and went 5-2 against the spread. What’s in store for Week 10?Continue reading Fantasy Football: Wayniac Nation’s week 10 starts, sits, DFS plays and locks of the week
Week 9 of the fantasy football season is here. We are rolling and, dare I say, getting better each week.Continue reading Fantasy Football Week 9: Wayniac Nation Podcast – locks, DFS plays and Starts and Sits
Week 8 Recap
Welcome back to the Wayniac Nation Fantasy Football Start and Sit Spectacular. In this article we are going to take a look back at the Week 8 picks from our team.
Survivor and Spread Picks
All three writers survived with their survivor picks and we went 4-for-5 collectively against the spread for the second-straight week.
Survivor – Chiefs ✅
Spread – Eagles -8 ✅
Buccaneers -8.5 ❌
Survivor – Chiefs ✅
Spread – Colts-3.5 ✅
Broncos +3.5 ✅
Survivor – Seahawks ✅
Spread – Seahawks -3.5 ✅
Starts and Sits
|Wayniac||Carr – 15.7||Eagles RB – 8.9||Corey Davis – 22.8||Gronk – 12.1|
|Fanduel Fee||Burrow – 25.3||Jonathan Taylor – 4.1||Brandon Aiyuk – 19.1||Jimmy Graham – 2.3|
|Dunton||Brady – 25.9||Gurley – 10.6||Tyreek Hill – 26.8||Jonnu Smith – 3.9|
|Wayniac||Goff – 17.7||Montgomery – 11.5||Diggs – 12.2||Fant – 8.2|
|Fanduel Fee||Stafford – 32.8||Swift – 3.8||JuJu – 10.2||Hockenson – 10|
|Dunton||Josh Allen – 14||Ronald Jones – 5.6||Thielen – 4.2||Hunter Henry – 5.3|
Both our starts and sits were pretty solid in week 8. Only a few different spots where we were off on our picks. Overall a very solid week once again for the Wayniac Nation Crew. Come see us for our week 9 picks for Survivor, Spread, DFS, and Season Long.
The NCAA Division II baseball season is underway. Here is a quick look at freshmen to keep an eye on this season. This is not a ranking, but a simple list of names I have gathered that could make an impact as early as this season.
(BOLD = has already appeared in games in 2019)
Andrew Morris, RHP, Colorado Mesa
Anthony Lanier, RHP, Augustana (SD)
Brett McGee, DH/C, Southern Arkansas
Bryce Lewis, LHP, Mississippi College
Cam Nolet, LHP, USC Aiken
Cameron Hill, OF, Georgia College
Carson King, RHP, Florida Southern
Collin Camarigg, INF/RHP, Florida Southern
Daniel Irusarri, INF, Nova Southeastern
Dante Palacio, OF, Cal Poly Pomona
Duncan Pastore, INF, Nova Southeastern
Haydn McGreargy, 1B, Colorado Mesa
Isaiah Diandreth, INF, Seton Hill
John Michael Faile, C, North Greenville
Joseph Acosta, RHP, Azusa Pacific
Josh Hudgins, RHP, Georgia College
Kris Pirozzi, RHP, Millersville
Lance Logsdon, 1B, Quincy
Lonnie Morris, LHP, UCSD
Lucus Fomar, P, Mercyhurst
Luke Cantwell, OF/C, West Chester
Michael Fuhrman, INF, UCSD
Nathan Wilson, RHP, Colorado Mesa
Peyton Zabel, RHP, Augustana (SD)
Reece Davis, RHP, Bellarmine
Sam Kimel, OF, Mississippi College
Seth Miller, RHP, Augustana
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The DII baseball season is finally here. With the first pitch of the 2019 season on Feb. 1, the road to Cary, North Carolina will officially begin.