Got ?’s

Working the Wire is here to answer any and all Fantasy football questions.  from “who do I start” to “who do I pick up” to “who are the sleepers to look for this year”.  Working the Wire has you covered.

Need help deciding between two running backs, or which defense to pick up for a bye week fill in.  Let Working the Wire break down your team and provide you with the best options for each week.

2 comments on “Got ?’s

  1. Been getting questions about 8 person leagues, and where the best place to draft from is. I’ve always said that I would rather draft late in an 8 person league than early, I’d rather have 2 of the best 9 players than Aaron Rodgers and who ever is left at 16.

    There are some execeptions to the rule:
    1. Type of league, Keeper leagues can change things dramatically, if there is only a few dynomite lock of a player left after your keeper league, early is better.
    2. Point scoring, some leagues will differ in their scoring, sometimes its as simple as a ppr league, other times, like a league I played in last year, QB’s are drastically over-rated in the scoring opportunities.
    3. The people you are playing with. I played in a league with a bunch of friends a few years back, none of whom knew Fantasy Football well, becasue of that Jason Elam (yes that Jason Elam) went in the 3rd round (Broncos fans). In these situations, draft positions mean very little.

  2. Latest FAQ: What does “working the wire” mean in fantasy football?

    A: Working the Wire is a phrase used to describe the addition and subtraction of players from your current roster, by means of the waiver wire. So to “Work the Wire” means using available players from the wiaver wire to add contributors to your team.

    The best fantasy football players will frequently add average defenses when going up against sub par offensive talent (the reason no one drafts a defense before the 15th rd in standard leagues). The most frequent need to “work the wire” is to add players during bye-weeks.

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