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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.
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This season has been one of the most brutal in recent fantasy memory. Several teams went into last week’s playoff action missing many of the early round draft picks as injuries have ravaged the elite of the fantasy football world in 2016.
As if that wasn’t bad enough, this week a nasty winter storm looks as if it will play a major role in deciding which teams will play next week for the championship. It’s expected to be two degrees with a -17 wind chill in Chicago for a game featuring many Green Bay Packers highly relevant in fantasy. The Giants and Lions game is also expected to be blasted by the cold, leaving many question marks there as well.
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Hopefully, you are still coming along for the magical ride called fantasy football. Hopefully, also you’ve been listening, because we here at Wayniac Nation have been en fuego. If you need reaffirmation as to why we should be your playoff go to, look no further than last week, and the start and sit of the week at each position.
Here we are, ladies and gentlemen. The final week of the 2016 regular season. You have survived the most injury-riddled fantasy season I can remember in my 19 years of doing this. Now, you either have the playoffs locked up, or are fighting for your playoff lives in one last game.
Every move counts this week. Who, oh who, should you start?
As always, we got you covered.
Happy Thanksgiving, turkeys! We have a full slate this week, three awesome Turkey Day games and, per usual, a ton of injuries.
We also have your award-winning, fantasy advice. We hope you and yours enjoy your Thanksgiving feast and win some fantasy!
After writing my plays for Week 11, I also wanted to give my thoughts on the FanDuel/Draft Kings merger. There is a lot of speculation as well as a lot of changes coming, but we can only speak about what we know and what we hope will happen in the future.
What a great Week 10 it was for me. I had one of my best days in DFS I’ve ever had. With Wayniac Nation on a hiatus last week, I wasn’t able to send out my plays, which it turns out would’ve been fantastic. But we are back this week and hopefully we can duplicate last weeks success.