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The Best of Week 8

Matt Waldman scouts our in-season content and shares five must-knows and his takes on each.

You guys have a ton of articles. 

This statement about Footballguys is a blessing but it can feel like a curse. Our staff delivers insights that change seasons for the better yet realistically, no fantasy owner has the time to read everything we publish in a week. 

If this describes you, let me be your scout. Here are five insights from Footballguys articles that I find compelling for the weekend ahead. I'll share what should help you this week, touch on the long-term outlook, and sometimes offer a counterargument.  

This week we examine the immediate opportunities for Marlon Mack and Aaron Jones, check out some promising college quarterbacks, profile three defensive linemen with strong IDP value, examine notable changes in dynasty values, and reveal seven sleepers for Week 8.   

1. Marlon Mack and Aaron Jones

The two mid-round rookie runners are making fantasy noise and they have the fantasy community wondering if they will become valuable starters during the second half of the season. Mack has seen more touches in recent weeks, and the Colts staff has expressed the desire to get him the ball more often.  Even so, Frank Gore has done little to lose the confidence of his team.


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