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25 Yards Later Week 2 Fantasy Preview

Welcome to 25 Yards Later, Sports Obsessive and Rumination Radio Network’s fantasy football podcast! It was an exciting Week 1 from start to finish (well, almost, once the Bills got done destroying the Rams at least), and Week 2 looks like it will be just as exciting. Unfortunately, a large wave of injuries hit several prominent players, with ripple effects that can be felt throughout the league. But don’t worry, Nick and Allijah are here to help you figure out how to adjust your strategies in the wake of Week 1 and ring in some well-earned victories in Week 2.

How will Dak Prescott’s injury affect Dallas? Are we excited to pick up Jeff Wilson? Will Ken Walker’s return spell the end of Rashaad Penny’s RB1 status in Seattle? Has Curtis Samuel supplanted Terry McLaurin as the Commanders’ WR1? Is it time to start worrying about some mid-round (and in some cases, early-round) TE options? Is it time to sell high on Cordarrelle Patterson? Are we panicking about DeVonta Smith’s goose egg? What WRs are entering into “dinner roll” contention? Find out the answers to these questions and more on this week’s episode of the 25 Yards Later Fantasy Football Podcast!

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Written by Nick Luciano

Nick Luciano received a Master’s in Music Theory from the University of North Carolina Greensboro. He is a football editor for Sports Obsessive, former film writer/editor at 25YL, and cohosts the 25 Yards Later fantasy football podcast for Sports Obsessive and Ruminations Radio Network.

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