If your fantasy football team has made it this far, chances are you just need one more win in order to be named champion of your league this year.
The playoffs are finally here for many Fantasy Football leagues, which means that starting lineups must be flawless this week in order to advance to the next round.
To help Fantasy Football owners decide who to sit and who to start, Athletico’s Athletic Trainer Jacob Dailey is offering insights into the player injuries that are impacting teams around the NFL. These insights are put together to form the Athletico Fantasy Football Injury Report.
It’s already week eight of the NFL season, which means there isn’t a lot of time left to turn around your Fantasy Football season if your performance has been less than stellar so far.
To help your team earn a win this week, Athletico’s Athletic Trainer Jacob Dailey is providing insights into the league’s most notable injuries. These insights, dubbed the Athletico Fantasy Football Injury Report, assist Fantasy Football owners in deciding who to sit and who to start on a weekly basis.
With week 1 of the NFL season in the books, many Fantasy Football players are analyzing and adjusting their rosters in hopes of a better performance in Week 2.
One of the areas that should be examined is player injuries, as notable injuries can have a significant impact on a team’s performance. To help Fantasy Football players in their decision-making process, we are highlighting tips from Athletico’s Athletic Trainer Jacob Dailey each week. These tips, called the Athletico Fantasy Football Injury Report, provide a roundup of the most notable injuries around the league.
In Week 2’s edition of the #AthleticoInjuryReport, Jacob is offering insights to those who have Russell Wilson, Keenan Allen and the Miami Defense on their team. Learn more by checking out the infographic below (click to enlarge):
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The NFL season begins tonight, but there is still time for Fantasy Football players to make adjustments to their lineups before kickoff.
To ease the decision process for those adjusting their lineups, we are highlighting tips from Athletico’s Athletic Trainer Jacob Dailey throughout the NFL season. These tips are put together to create the Athletico Fantasy Football Injury Report, which is a weekly roundup that sheds light on notable injuries throughout the league.