Tuesday, 08 November 2016 00:00

Episode 153: Cutler's chance

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Jay Cutler has a plush matchup this week against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He could exceed his DFS value which makes him an intriguing contrarian play. Jay Cutler has a plush matchup this week against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He could exceed his DFS value which makes him an intriguing contrarian play. Mike Morbeck/Flickr

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On Tuesday's weekly podcast, Adam Inman of FFLockerroom.com joins us to discuss why Jay Cutler is a good contrarian play against Tampa Bay this week. We also discuss how to upgrade your team from good to great as the fantasy playoffs near. That, plus a sell-high candidate you might want to get rid of given his upcoming playoff schedule.

 

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George Banko

George Banko started talking about fantasy football shortly after graduating college. He started as an intern at FFChamps.com before working as a staff writer for Fantasy Knuckleheads. He currently contributes to the Fantasy Hot Read podcast, which is available on itunes. He also educated himself on player evaluation and is a graduate of The Scouting Academy in 2015, which is an online course run by former NFL Scout Dan Hatman. He started Fantasy Football Helpers as a blog in 2011 and converted it to a full-scale website in 2014. Read more.

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