It is overwhelming trying to find championship winning fantasy football advice. For Week 8, Nate compiles a guide for the best of the best in print and sound.
It can be an overwhelming task trying to find good fantasy football advice. There is so much information out there these days that it can be hard to know what is worthwhile and what isn’t.
That’s where I come in.
Every week for the rest of the season, I will tirelessly compile the best of the best in print, sound, and social media. So make sure you follow, like, and subscribe to everything here and get these fine folks in your weekly rotation.
Trophy Winning Tweets of Week 8
Instead of combing through loads of data on your own, Sports Illustrated’s Michael Fabiano has done the work for you! Here are his start/sit recommendations for each position heading into a brutal Week 8:
Your Week 8 edition of Start Em, Sit Em is here! Get those fantasy lineups set! @sinow @SI_Fantasy— Michael Fabiano (@Michael_Fabiano) October 26, 2022
TEs: https://t.co/4dOFXeNLhy pic.twitter.com/suieovfKQy
A lot happened last that will affect how we navigate our fantasy squads in Week 8. Unless you had the week off work, it’s overwhelming information to break down. That’s why Davis Mattek does it for you every week, all tied up in a neat little thread. Here’s what he saw in Week 7:
Every Monday, I do a massive fantasy football thread with relevant fantasy football usage & production takeaways from every team that played on Sunday— Davis Mattek (@DavisMattek) October 24, 2022
We saw multiple season-ending injuries, so there is loads to parse out!
2022 has been a painful fantasy football season, and no one is feeling more than those of us who invested in Kyle Pitts this offseason. FootballGuys’ Jeff Bell encapsulates the pain perfectly in this hilarious tweet:
Me, an idiot, telling people to draft Kyle Pitts in fantasy football.— Jeff Bell (@4WhomJBellTolls) October 27, 2022
Title Belt Article Advice for Week 8
Start/sit decisions can be a brain drain, especially as we get deeper into the season. However, FantasyPros’ Derek Brown has you covered with his weekly article “The Primer.” He breaks down all the fantasy-relevant players in every match-up to save you time and get you on track to winning Week 8.
As the NFL season grinds on, dynasty managers are taking stock of their squads and deciding whether they are contenders or it’s time to look ahead to the next season. In this week's edition of Fantasy Football Dynasty: Buy, Sell, & Hold for The League Winners, Sheldon Hand tackles the AFC West. Who are you keeping? Who are you moving? Find out right here.
One of the keys to a successful fantasy football season is keeping your teams fresh. Adding players on waivers and making trades is a great way to add talent. However, making space on your rosters for wire ads can make for some difficult decisions. Jeff Krisko tells you which players are safe to set free in his “Week 8 Cut Candidates” article for Football Absudity.
Since Week 1, Mike has been spitting hot fire on his lineup advice. Where else could you go to find a column with Greg Dulcich and Jimmy Garoppolo for Week 7. Let's not even discuss his calls on Carson Wentz, Trevor Lawrence, James Robinson, or Tyler Conklin—we don't want it going to his head. If you need some sleeper advice for Week 8, be sure to check out his piece below.
Ring Worthy Podcast Advice for Week 8
Any time you get Joe Pisapia and Pat Fitzmaurice together, you're going to get excellent fantasy football advice. This week they are joined by the consistently brilliant John Hesterman. They compare their quarterback and running back grades versus the FantasyPros expert consensus rankings, give advice on must-start/sit players for Week 8, and much more.
While injuries have continued to stack up in this 2022 NFL season, that’s not the only thing crushing our championship hopes. We’ve also drafted some players who are getting us closer to a Toilet Bowl than a Championship Ring. On this week’s episode of RotoViz Overtime, Colm Kelly and Shawn Seigele break down what we saw in Week 7 and what it means for your Week 8 rosters.
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Should we be concerned with the lackluster performances from Baltimore tight end Mark Andrews and Indianapolis running back Jonathan Taylor? On the other hand, was the breakout performance from Carolina wide receiver D.J. Moore for real? Get the boys' thoughts right here.
There’s a good chance your rosters are pretty thin heading into Week 8. Unfortunately, you’re probably not suffering alone in your leagues. If you missed out on some of the marquee waiver wire targets, you’re in luck. Joe Bartel and Jake Letarski have some deeper players in a position turn your week around. Plus, they break down some advice on emerging players you want to keep your eye on entering Week 8, all on the RotoViz network.
YouTube Advice Worth Subscribing
If you are a dynasty format manager, you know the importance of making trades to stay in contention. However, it isn’t always easy to figure out the right moves, especially when you lose a marquee player and need a fill-in. That’s why you need to subscribe to Dynasty Trades in Five.
Shane Manila, Scott Connor, and Clay from DynastyPandemic.com can get you headed in the right direction, and not just with trades. They have player insight, rookie draft advice, and general dynasty strategy to bring home the championship trophy.
Whether you’re chasing a TrophySmack Championship Trophy or are just a casual NFL fan, there is a lot to look forward to on the horizon. All I ask is you enjoy the ride.