It is overwhelming trying to find championship winning fantasy football advice. For Week 9, Nate compiles a guide for the best advice 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 9
Currently, I don’t know if there’s a more divisive topic in #FantasyFootball than Justin Fields. Is he good? Can Claypool really help him? Jeremy Popielarz of FTN Fantasy Sports thinks there might be something to the second-year quarterback's recent success.
PA is great, after both Herbert & Montgomery were pounding these stretch plays they counter with this.— Jeremy (@PopesFFH) November 2, 2022
This false boot leg is a cool concept & Mooney sells the crosser to Diggs like candy & snaps it off nice, Fields hits him & now there cooking with fire 🔥 #FantasyFootball pic.twitter.com/IvTp2oq0vf
Logging on to fantasy football twitter to talk shit and assert theoretical dominancepic.twitter.com/Jzi1oUiAGk— Ian Hartitz (@Ihartitz) November 3, 2022
What’s more infuriating than having Kyle Pitts on your fantasy football squad this season? Leagues that allow vetoing of trades. Don’t be like Ryan Miner’s commissioner. #TeamNoVetoes
Title Belt Article Advice for Week 9
If this 2022 fantasy football season wasn’t hard enough, now we have six teams on bye heading into Week 9. So how do you beat the bye-pocalypse? Check out Marcas Grant’s Week 9 Sleepers on NFL.com and get the advice needed to be in the W column.
Setting line-ups can be a daunting task. Patrick Daugherty of NBC Sports Edge takes some of the guesswork out of it with his weekly positional rankings. Patrick is a smart guy, and his rankings are spot on. Check them out now and get yourself closer to winning that championship belt.
You can make start/sit decisions by simply using the boatload of data available in fantasy football, but who wants to dig through it all? Dave Hartman of ThePigskinPapers.com sifts through all the numbers weekly for you and drops all the pertinent info in his Week 9 Fantasy Preview.
Mike Faiella is ready with his Trophy Winning Sleepers article for Week 9. Which quarterback will exploit a bad secondary? Is there a particular Detroit back you need to start? Check it out right here.
Ring Worthy Podcast Advice for Week 9
The team at Fantasy in Frames is always bringing the fire, and this week is no different. In the latest edition of “Shoot the Gap,” Nate Marcum, Jorge Edwards, and Hollywood get you ready to confidently set those IDP league lineups.
The NFL Trade Deadline left many of our heads spinning. There were a lot of wild player and pick swaps, as well as some non-moves that spoke volumes. So what does it all mean for your fantasy squads? The guys over at The Full Tilt Dynasty Podcast have thoughts. Check out their latest episode with hosts Jakob Sanderson and Thomas Tipple, where they’ll tell you everything you need to know.
There’s so much NFL news that it can be almost impossible to keep it all straight. Lucky for you, Jon Impemba tidies it up and tells you everything you need to know, from player news to injuries to trends and more, every week in his Quick Outs podcast for Fantasy Alarm. Check out his Week 9 preview and get the proper advice.
YouTube Advice Worth Subscribing
Dynasty-format fantasy football can be a complicated endeavor. However, my friends Tyler Guenthner, James Kriess, and Doug E. Fresh over at Dynasty Happy Hour help make it less of a brain drain and help you make the moves you need to make to keep your squads in contention now and for years to come. So head on over, and make sure you hit that subscribe button while you’re there!
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.