Congratulations! You made it to the end of the fantasy football regular season! As the playoffs kick off next week, it’s more important than ever to be sure your lineup is set in this win-or-go-home situation.
Entering week 10 of the fantasy football season, playoffs are on the horizon which makes it crucial to get your team in the best position heading into the weeks ahead.
To help you start your best lineup in week 10, Brandon Bowers, PT, DPT, ASTYM Cert. is highlighting player injuries that are impacting teams around the league. These insights can be found inside the Athletico Fantasy Football Injury Report, a resource to help fantasy players shape out their best lineup on a weekly basis.
In this week’s edition of the #AthleticoInjuryReport, Brandon is discussing the injuries impacting notable quarterbacks, Russell Wilson, and Trevor Lawrence, along with Arizona running back, Chase Edmonds. Learn more by checking out the infographic below (click to enlarge):
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If your fantasy football team didn’t perform as well as you hoped for in Week 3, it may be time to make some changes to your lineup!
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