Week 8 Fantasy Football Rankings October 27, 2016  |  Jeff


Week 8 has arrived and brings bye week havoc into the lives of fake footballers everywhere. Six NFL teams will be resting this week while we sweat out Week 8 matchups, so be sure all Rams, Dolphins, Giants, Steelers, 49ers, and Ravens players are placed safely on your fantasy bench. Below, you will find The Fake Football’s Staff Week 8 Fantasy Football Rankings. As always, be sure to check back frequently throughout the week as these ranks will be updated as injury news surfaces. Good luck in Week 8!

 

 


 


 

2 Responses

  1. Jeff says:

    I think I’d cut Shepard for him

  2. I would like your input on my WR issues. 10 team standard; 2 RB, 2 WR, TE, FLEX (RB/WR,/TE). I’ve got Julio & Cooks, but after that it is DeSean Jackson, Travis Benjamin & Sterling Shepard. Jackson has been a train wreck. He hasn’t topped 55 yds in the last 4 weeks. Benjamin is the guy, but the ball gets spread around a lot & keeps him with a WR2 ceiling. Shepard looked like a steal in the first 3 weeks but his production has come back down and no big plays. Are any of those droppable to take a flyer on Corey Coleman? He could still be a legit third option for me in the coming weeks. I was leaning toward dropping DJax. Thanks!

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