Fantasy Football

The Fantasy Edge Week 2: Back To Business


After all the fantasy tumult of the past week, it’s back to business on The Fantasy Edge Week 2. We settled for a cure by watching Bengals and Texans. It’s the best we had.

Dennis Sosic and Richard Savill look at the Texans at Bengals. A defensive game with few fantasy points and a lot of punts.

Alex Hamrick joins the program with his starts and sits of the week.

Tyler Thompson delivers his Stream-o-Matic defenses for Week 2.

Dennis and Richard also preview the weekend with games of the week, players to watch, sleepers and much more!

Plus all the fantasy news, views and stories from around the NFL.

The Fantasy Edge Week 2: Back To Business

The Fantasy Edge Week 2

Back To Business

Giving you the edge for your fantasy football team…

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In this podcast we discuss:


Texans 13 at Bengals 9

One of these was going to perhaps turn things around and the other was not. Turns out that the Texans for all their shortages have the ability muscle through their offensive difficulties – especially at the tight end position. Watson made another step toward leading this team with confidence. What a story.

Eagles at Chiefs

What goodies do the Chiefs have in store for us this week? With Tyreek Hill and Kareem Hunt emerging higher in the fantasy pack, how will they fare against the Eagles?

Packers at Falcons

A playoff matchup from last season. A game that Dennis calls a fantasy jackpot. And why not? These teams are poised to produce a heavy scoreline.

Chris Hogan, WR, Patriots

A reluctant sleeper by Richard because of the nature of the Patriots offense.

All this and much more on The Fantasy Edge…

… giving you the edge for your fantasy football team

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About Richard Savill

Richard is an NFL Fantasy Football Writer and Editor of Fantasy Six Pack. Host of The Fantasy Edge Podcast. FantasyPros Contributor. Member of the FSWA. Richard is known for his "outside the box" insight into NFL fantasy football. Winner of the 16-Team 2015 FSWA challenge.

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