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Week 9 Preview – How to Rid Your Roster of an Unwanted Player

By Steven Van Tassell (@SteveVT33)

With the Wednesday news that New Orleans WR Michael Thomas was declaring himself out for the rest of the 2021 season, followed by Cleveland WR Odell Beckham Jr. being dismissed from practice, how to rid your Dynasty Owner roster of a high salary player should have been a hot topic of discussion among Dynasty Owners. There was a lot of other news on Wednesday as well with Aaron Rodgers testing positive for COVID followed by the news of his unvaccinated status, plus the sad news about how fast Henry Ruggs was driving on a residential street in Las Vegas when he crashed his car and killed a woman. It was a busy off-day for the NFL and Dynasty Owners with those players on their rosters. The Raiders rid themselves of Ruggs after the incident and Dynasty Owners probably need to do so as well. However, what’s the best way to remove Ruggs or another player, from your Dynasty Owner roster or should you do it at all? It’s not like a regular redraft or dynasty league, in which you make the decision on whether to drop the player and move on. This is Dynasty Owner which unites the fun and excitement of Fantasy Football with the skill and strategy of the Front Office and the business side of owning an NFL Franchise.

For those with Rodgers in Dynasty Owner, you’ll need a replacement in your Starting lineup, or Bench, for this week and maybe next week. Not great as Rodgers is someone who is costing you $33.5 million in salary cap room, but things could be worse. Dynasty Owners likely aren’t getting rid of Rodgers for misleading everyone about his vaccination status, but they could if they wanted to do so.

For those with Ruggs still on your Dynasty Owner roster (56.8% rostered at just after Noon on Friday), it’s pretty simple. He was released by the Las Vegas Raiders and is now listed as a Free Agent in Dynasty Owner. His salary gets reduced to a one-year contract for $4,167,907, which was his average annual salary, so it’ll cost you 25% of that amount to drop him ($1,041,976.75 in Dynasty Dollars). The only way to avoid this fee is to trade him to someone else (unlikely, but it could happen to make a deal work for salary cap purposes) or keep him until he is signed by another NFL team (a highly unlikely prospect at this point). Even if you wait until next season to drop him off your roster, you’ll still have to pay the drop fee. If your Dynasty Owner team is in contention for the playoffs, dropping Ruggs and picking up Jacksonville WR Jamal Agnew (3 years/$4.75 million per year, only rostered in 18.3% of Dynasty Owner leagues right now) could help fill that roster spot and only cost your team about $600,000 more in salary cap room. That’s about it for available free agents in Ruggs’ salary range.

The Odell Beckham Jr. (OBJ) situation is a bit more fluid than Ruggs’ situation. For now, everyone with OBJ in Dynasty Owner is advised to hold him. He’s been moved to being a Free Agent on Dynasty Owner as of Friday afternoon, but his salary is still $18 million for one year. If you think he’s done being a productive NFL player and want the salary cap room now, then it’s probably time to make a final attempt to trade him. If nobody wants him from you, then go ahead and just drop him and pay the 25% drop fee ($4.5 million Dynasty Dollars). Since an Amnesty Provision costs $5 million Dynasty Dollars, it’s actually $500,000 cheaper to just drop him. This will free up his $18 million in salary cap room for your team. For $18 million, your team can likely acquire two players, such as New England WR Nelson Agholor (2 years/$11 million, only rostered in 27.2% of Dynasty Owner leagues) and Cincinnati TE C.J. Uzomah (1 year/$6.1 million, rostered in 48.5% of Dynasty Owner leagues) and save $900,000 in salary cap room. Another WR who is widely available for only $5.5 million is Keelan Cole of the New York Jets. He is only rostered in 11.2% of Dynasty Owner leagues, but he won’t help your team this week since he played on Thursday night and scored 11.6 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (5 receptions for 66 yards).

Finally, we have Michael Thomas who announced on Wednesday that he would miss the rest of the 2021 NFL season. At $19.25 million per season, he’s the fifth most expensive non-QB in Dynasty Owner. His contract runs for four more years, so that’s $77 million in total. After the 2020 season in which he only played in seven games and averaged just under 12.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points per game, some Dynasty Owners threw in the towel on Thomas and used their Amnesty Provision on him (myself included). Thomas is still rostered in 85.2% of Dynasty Owner leagues now, down slightly from 89.35% on Wednesday, but that’s still really high for someone who takes up 15% of your salary cap and has produced zero fantasy points this year.

For those of you who might be new to Dynasty Owner and unfamiliar with the Amnesty Provision, here’s a quick primer on it. The Amnesty Provision is a unique aspect of Dynasty Owner that you don’t get in other fantasy football leagues. Of course, it’s not needed in leagues that don’t use real NFL salaries. Everyone who signs up for Dynasty Owner gets $10 million Dynasty Dollars and one Amnesty Provision for their inaugural season. Additional Amnesty Provisions can be purchased for $5 million Dynasty Dollars, but an additional Amnesty Provision cannot be purchased in your first Dynasty Owner season. If you use an Amnesty Provision, the 25% fee for the remaining amount of the player’s contract is waived and you drop him for free. It’s like a “get out of jail” free card in Monopoly and patterned on the NBA Amnesty Clause that was in effect in various forms from 2005 until 2015. The best definition I read about the NBA Amnesty Clause comes from the NBA salary cap Wikipedia page.

 The NBA Amnesty Clause provided franchises a means of escaping a contractual obligation to a player whose performance falls far short of the extremely large salary they initially agreed to pay him.

My personal recommendation is to use your Amnesty Provision and move on from Thomas. Just like OBJ, you can try to trade him and get anything in return, but if nobody wants to trade for him, then do it to free up that $19.25 million in salary cap room. You won’t be able to use another Amnesty Provision this year, but if your team is in playoff contention with Thomas on it, then you can get the players mentioned above for OBJ’s salary, or if you have $750,000 more in salary cap room, your Dynasty Owner team can add Agholor and Randall Cobb (2 years/$9 million, only rostered in 9.5% of Dynasty Owner leagues). Regardless of the players you add or if you just hold on to the salary cap room until next year, your team will likely be in better position than with Thomas on it.

Tim hasn’t used an Amnesty Provision on me just yet, so I’ll be here every week of the 14-game Dynasty Owner regular season and three game playoffs to give Dynasty Owners a player at each position (QB, RB, WR, TE) who you should have as a Starter in your Dynasty Owner lineup. After that, I’ll name one player per position who should be on your Bench or Practice Squad. The players to Start will be players who were clearly drafted to be on your Bench or Practice Squad, or who currently rank outside the Top 12 QBs, Top 24 RBs, Top 24 WRs and Top 12 TEs. For the Bench recommendations, I’ll suggest players drafted to be Starters or who should be in your Starting lineup based on their play so far this season, but who shouldn’t be in there this week based on matchups, past performance against a team or something else. Usually these players aren’t injured, but a few times so far this year, a player has been ruled out after appearing on one of these lists. It’s 2021, that stuff happens now.

I’ll also find one Dynasty Owner game, our Match-up of the Week, to preview. Both teams in this week’s Match-up of the Week are doing really well this season and one even has Michael Thomas on their roster. However, they can’t move him easily now since both teams used their Amnesty Provision back in September. The teams are in first and second place in their 2021 start-up League with the first place team in the Top 10 in the Chase for the Ring. Don’t forget that I’m always taking suggestions for the Match-up of the Week and if you want your team or a team in your League to appear in the future, then send me a tweet (@SteveVT33).

All stats cited are based on the Standard Dynasty Owner scoring system as outlined in the updated Dynasty Owner Constitution. Standard Dynasty Owner scoring gives you .1 points for every yard rushing or receiving, .1 point for every 2 yards passing, 1 point per reception, 6 points for a rushing, receiving or passing touchdown and 2 points for a successful 2-point conversion (rushing, receiving, or passing). Interceptions or fumbles lost cost you 3 points, while a fumble that is recovered by the player’s team is a loss of only 1 point. Bonus points are available for 100-199 yards rushing (2 points), 200 yards rushing or receiving (6 points), 300-399 yards passing (1 point) and 400 yards passing (4 points). There is also a 3 point bonus for clutch scoring, which is a score that results in a lead change in the final two minutes of the 4th quarter or overtime. Kickoff and punt return touchdowns are worth 6 points for the player and kickoff and punt returns are worth 1 point for every 40 yards.

For the purposes of this article, ADP and Dynasty Owner rostered percentage statistics were current as of the morning of November 5th.

These Guys Should be Starters This Week

First, let’s look at how my recommendations from the previous week fared (Good, Bad or Just Ok). I predicted performances worthy of being in your Dynasty Owner Starting lineup for these four players in Week 8 and here’s how they did.

QB: Teddy Bridgewater – 16.7 (Just Ok recommendation)

RB: Samaje Perine – 3.6 (Bad recommendation)

WR: Jamal Agnew – 17.9 (Good recommendation)

TE: Pat Freiermuth – 14.4 (Good recommendation)

It’s a streak of four Good TE recommendations in a row as Pat Freiermuth was the TE3 for Week 8, behind only T.J. Hockenson and Dan Arnold. Jamal Agnew had his best game of the season with 17.9 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. It was his third consecutive game with double-digit points. The RB recommendation was Bad for the seventh time in eight weeks. Samaje Perine only scored 3.6 Dynasty Owner fantasy points as he didn’t get any garbage time work as predicted with the Bengals losing to the Jets (and Dynasty Owner Player of the Week Mike White). Teddy Bridgewater wasn’t in the Top 12 QBs for the week, but he was tied for QB17 with Patrick Mahomes and just 6.9 Dynasty Owner fantasy points behind QB12 (Carson Wentz). Most other weeks, Bridgewater’s point total would have been labeled as Bad, but since there were eleven other NFL starting QBs who were worse than him, I’ll call that recommendation Just Ok.

It was one of my best recommendation weeks of the season as for the second time I had two Good recommendation and one Just Ok recommendation. Since the bye weeks started, I’ve had the same number of Good, Bad and Just Ok recommendations (4 of each). Let’s keep that going and see my Week 9 Starting lineup recommendations. Don’t worry, no players who should be dropped using an Amnesty Provision are listed here.

Tyrod Taylor (QB – HOU): In his return to the Texans lineup after missing the past six games with a hamstring injury, Tyrod Taylor gets the best matchup that he could have possibly asked for in the Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins allow the second most passing yards in the NFL with 291.1 passing yards allowed per game, only ahead of the Baltimore Ravens. In terms of Dynasty Owner fantasy points, they are allowing an average of 28.65 points per game. However, that average is skewed by the 55.8 Dynasty Owner fantasy point effort by the G.O.A.T. Tom Brady in Week 5, so we’ll look at other measures. Except for Week 1 when they faced rookie Mac Jones in his NFL debut, the Dolphins have not held an opposing QB to less than 20.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points in a single game. Against opposing QBs ranked outside of the Top 20, they allow an average of 21.3 Dynasty Owner fantasy points per game. Seven out of eight QBs they have faced have had a Top 3 personal best game of the season against them. Taylor did well in his only full game of the season, scoring 29.5 Dynasty Owner fantasy points against Jacksonville in Week 1. He also had 19.7 Dynasty Owner fantasy points in the first half of Week 2 against Cleveland. Dynasty Owners with Taylor on their roster should get him off on Injured Reserve and put him in their Starting lineup.

Boston Scott (RB – PHI): Scott had 18.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (60 rushing yards and 2 rushing TDs) last week against the dreadful Detroit Lions defense. The Lions rank third to last in rushing yards allowed with 134.5 yards per game (110.0 yards by RBs). You know who’s the worst rushing defense in the NFL? It’s the Eagles’ opponent in Week 9, the Los Angeles Chargers who allow 159.6 yards per game (132.3 yards by RBs). Last week, the Eagles split the RB carries three ways with Kenneth Gainwell getting 13 attempts, while Scott and Jordan Howard each had 12 attempts. However, Scott was the first RB on the field and had 7 carries for 35 yards and a TD in the first quarter. The only other Eagles player to have a rushing attempt in the first quarter was WR Jalen Reagor. Clearly, Scott was the first man up, followed by Jordan Howard. Kenneth Gainwell was last as he got all of his rushing attempts in the fourth quarter when the Eagles were ahead 38-0 and Gardner Minshew was playing QB. Scott is the most likely of the three Philadelphia RBs to repeat his Week 8 performance and the one who should be in your Dynasty Owner Starting lineup this week.

Van Jefferson (WR – LAR): Van Jefferson is the clear WR3 for the Rams now with the release of DeSean Jackson and the injury to Tutu Atwell. Atwell was unlikely to overtake Jefferson, but definitely can’t now as he was placed on Injured Reserve after getting hurt last week. Jefferson has been on the field almost as much as both Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods the past two weeks (121 snaps for Kupp and Woods compared to 117 snaps for Jefferson) and it’s paid off with 26.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (7 receptions, 131 receiving yards, 1 receiving TD) in those two games. The Rams’ opponent this week is Tennessee who has allowed an average of 16.5 receptions and 216.0 receiving yards per game to WRs, along with 12 TDs (1.5 TDs per game). Dynasty Owners with Kupp and Woods should definitely have them in their Starting lineup as they are WR1 and WR18, but those Tennessee passing averages support being able to have all three Rams WRs as Starters, including Jefferson who is tied for WR41. Promote Jefferson to your Starting lineup this week.

Jordan Akins (TE – HOU): I could go with Pat Freiermuth again as he’s still the TE20 currently in Dynasty Owner scoring and TE16 when you take out all of the TEs either injured (Dawson Knox), out with COVID (Noah Fant) or on bye (T.J. Hockenson and Rob Gronkowski), but that’s not keeping with the spirit of these picks. Instead, I’ll pick a TE outside of the Top 12 who is most likely to score a TD this week, since six out of the Top 12 TEs last week scored a TD. Back in Week 1, Texans TE Pharaoh Brown had 10.7 Dynasty Owner fantasy points with Tyrod Taylor at QB, good enough for him to rank as the TE12 for the week. Brown is likely out this week, so I’m going with Jordan Akins who quietly had a good performance last week for the Texans with 10.3 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (5 receptions for 53 receiving yards). Akins had far more snaps last week than Brevin Jordan (39 for Akins vs. 15 for Jordan), but Jordan got more attention and more Dynasty Owner fantasy points (13.1) because he scored a TD. Akins will be the guy scoring the TD this week, so put him in your Starting lineup.

These Guys Should Be on the Bench (or Practice Squad) This Week

Now it’s the time to look at how my Bench recommendations from Week 8 worked out (Good, Bad or Just Ok). There were a few close calls this week, but nobody listed had such a poor game that they should have definitely been on the Bench. However, for the first time since Week 4, there weren’t any Good Bench recommendations.

QB: Tom Brady – 34.9 (Bad recommendation)

RB: Antonio Gibson – 8.4 (Just Ok recommendation)

WR: Mike Evans – 12.8 (Bad recommendation)

TE: C.J. Uzomah – 7.3 (Just Ok recommendation)

Let’s start with the obvious Bad recommendation. It was stupid of me to put the G.O.A.T. on this list and he proved it by being tied for QB2 with Josh Allen for the week, behind only Mike White. The other three were close calls. Antonio Gibson was the RB35 for the week in Dynasty Owner, so he was just outside of the range for a FLEX starter and a Just Ok recommendation. C.J. Uzomah was TE17 for the week, but only had 2.5 fewer Dynasty Owner fantasy points than the TE12, so the recommendation to Bench him was also Just Ok. Finally, Mike Evans should have been in as Starter at FLEX, but just barely, so while it was Bad, but wasn’t that Bad of a recommendation. I’ve had plenty of worse ones.

Instead of doing worse, how about I try to find some Good recommendations for players to Bench in Week 9. I’m willing to settle for a couple of close Just Ok recommendations as well.

Jalen Hurts (QB – PHI): While I didn’t really consider Hurts very much last week, he would have been a good choice as he only had 12.2 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. It has always been his rushing upside that keeps Hurts scoring 20.0 or more Dynasty Owner fantasy points week in and week out. He has scored that many points in 10 out of his 11 NFL starts prior to last week, only missing it once before last week when he was inexplicably pulled for the fourth quarter in Week 17 of last season after scoring 16.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. The Eagles game plan should be similar to last week – run the ball a lot. It was successful against the Lions and should work as well against the Chargers who are worse at stopping the run than even Detroit. Sure, Hurts could run the ball for 71 yards again this week, then add a rushing TD and ruin this prediction, but after scoring a season-high 44 points last week with a run-heavy game plan, the Eagles coaching staff should do it again, even if it means Hurts has another week in which he only throws 14 passes and none for TDs. It could be a winning game plan for the Eagles, like it was for New England who ran the ball 39 times last week in their 27-24 victory over the Chargers. Bench Hurts in anticipation of a run-heavy game plan this week.

James Robinson (RB – JAC): Robinson missed back-to-back practices on Wednesday and Thursday due to the heel injury that he suffered in Jacksonville’s Week 8 game versus Seattle. I suspect that he’ll play, but be limited because of the injury and the love that Jacksonville Head Coach Urban Meyer seems to have for his backup, former Ohio State RB Carlos Hyde. Neither Robinson or Hyde is an advisable player to start this week because Jacksonville is facing a Buffalo defense that only allows 64.3 yards per game rushing to opposing RBs plus just 3.4 receptions for 32.9 receiving yards. That would be just 13.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points in total for Robinson if he got all of the carries and receptions. Even though Hyde’s usage slipped in the weeks prior to Robinson’s injury, it’s not very likely that an injured Robinson would get all of those yards and receptions. Jacksonville also figures to be playing from behind as Buffalo averages 32.7 points per game (tops in the NFL), while the Jaguars’ highest-scoring game of the year is 23 points. Robinson should take a seat on your Dynasty Owner Bench this week.

Mike Williams (WR – LAC): After a great start to the season with 80.5 Dynasty Owner fantasy points in the first three weeks of the season (26.8 points per game), Williams has scored less than 5.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points in three of his past four games. The exception was a 36.5 Dynasty Owner fantasy point effort in Week 5 versus Cleveland. In the other three games, he scored a total of 10.7 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. This week, he’ll likely be matched up against Philadelphia cornerback Darius Slay who has largely shadowed fellow outside WR threats D.J. Moore, Mike Evans and Henry Ruggs the past three weeks and held them to an average of just under 7.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points per game and zero TDs. Because of Philadelphia’s poor rush defense (ranked 23rd in rushing yards allowed per game) and top 10 pass defense (8th fewest yards allowed), the Chargers will probably run more than usual, thus limiting Williams’ opportunities as well. While Williams is still ranked as WR13 in Dynasty Owner for the 2021 season, this isn’t a week to have him in your Starting lineup. Bench Williams this week, but keep him around since he has played well and his $15.68 million contract only has one year left on it.

Kyle Pitts (TE – ATL): In the Falcons’ first game without Calvin Ridley back in Week 5, Pitts had his best game as a professional to date with 26.9 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (9 receptions, 119 receiving yards, 1 receiving TD). However, that performance should be taken with a grain of salt as it came against the New York Jets. Last week, when Pitts didn’t have Ridley on the field with him in a divisional game against Carolina, he struggled with only 3.3 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (2 receptions for 13 receiving yards) despite being targeted six times. The Falcons’ Week 9 opponent, the New Orleans Saints, have only allowed TEs to catch 32 passes for 263 receiving yards and zero TDs against them this season. Granted they haven’t faced a TE as good as Pitts, but those are still impressive numbers. The Saints have a great cornerback in Marshon Lattimore, who might shadow Pitts. After all, do you think the Saints are going to waste Lattimore’s talents on one of the Falcons WR trio of Russell Gage, Olamide Zaccheaus and Tajae Sharpe? With Pitts as the Falcons’ de facto #1 receiver this week, the Saints should make someone else on the Falcons step up and beat them. I’d put Pitts on my Dynasty Owner Bench this week.

Dynasty Owner Match-up of the Week – Bills Mafia vs. John Boy’s Bolts

It’s time for another quality match-up as the ninth Dynasty Owner Match-up of the Week of the 2021 season. We have the top two teams in League #76062 going head-to-head this week. The first place team (John Boy’s Bolts) was also in eighth place in the Chase for the Ring after Week 8, while Bills Mafia sits one game behind in second place.

In keeping with this week’s theme, the first thing to note is that Bills Mafia is 6-2 even after drafting Michael Thomas and his $19.25 million contract with the 12th pick in the 12th round of their start-up draft. They also drafted Christian McCaffrey with the overall #1 pick, but traded him in early September in a deal that saw them acquire Jonathan Taylor, as well as Ryan Tannehill who was dropped using the Amnesty Provision two weeks later. They just made another trade to acquire Joe Burrow, Saquon Barkley and two other players for Kyler Murray, Diontae Johnson, Myles Gaskin and Laviska Shenault. Bills Mafia likes to trade.

John Boy’s Bolts also used their Amnesty Provision to drop Jarvis Landry in late September and have used the Free Agent Auction to add to their team as well as mix and match backup QBs (Tyrod Taylor, Jacoby Brissett, Derek Carr and Case Keenum) behind their first round pick, Josh Allen. It is ironic that Josh Allen will be facing Bills Mafia in this match-up. Having drafted Cooper Kupp and Austin Ekeler on their roster has been quite the advantage for John Boy’s Bolts this season.

With the recent trade, the Bills Mafia Starting lineup and Bench may be different than when these projections were made, but either way, they are the underdog against John Boy’s Bolts.

The gap was nearly ten points before the Thursday night game and is down to just under seven points now. Bills Mafia had Jonathan Taylor produce 35.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points against the Jets on Thursday night, exceeding his projections, while both teams got a little bit from players on their Bench as well (Mo Alie-Cox for John Boy’s Bolts and Michael Badgley for Bills Mafia). The edge for John Boy’s Bolts is based on projections that his RB2 Darrell Henderson will significantly outscore Chase Edmonds who is the RB2 for Bills Mafia. Other than that, the teams are pretty even. Neither team has any players currently in their lineup on Monday night, but Bills Mafia may use James Washington as a Bench WR depending on if they have additional moves planned before Sunday.


While teams like John Boy’s Bolts and Bills Mafia aren’t looking to drop any productive players, there are plenty of ways to get rid of a player who you don’t want anymore. Players are added and dropped on a daily basis and many Dynasty Owners love nothing more than to trade players constantly. However, there are only a few players in Dynasty Owner who should be dropped using an Amnesty Provision. Michael Thomas is one of them by virtue of his lack of production over the past two years plus the number of years left on his high paying contract. Before his (eventual) release, OBJ was another player who could be sent packing using an Amnesty Provision. Now, Dynasty Owners should hold him as his time in Cleveland is coming to a close.

In general, just dropping an unproductive or injured player is the more cost-effective option unless the player has more than $20 million in salary left on his contract. The list of players who cost that much is mostly QBs with a few highly paid RBs, WRs and TEs included. No kicker has more than $20 million left on his contract, although Miami kicker Jason Sanders has a new contract that starts next year which pays him $22 million over four years.

While Patrick Mahomes hasn’t been great so far this season, I don’t think Dynasty Owners should go and use their Amnesty Provision on him just yet. Sure, getting his $45 million contract off your salary cap would help this season, but with the salary cap going up every year, his contract should be less onerous over time. Same with Christian McCaffrey and Derrick Henry. They may be injured right now, but should come back at some point and hopefully be productive. It might not be this Dynasty Owner season for Henry, but dropping him would be an overreaction.

Please read my weekly preview article each and every week to see who should be in your Dynasty Owner Starting lineup and who should be on your Bench. Maybe I’ll start an Amnesty Player of the Week category after this eventful week. While some Dynasty Owners may heed my advice, others might disagree, or not have a better option for their Starting lineup and choose to ignore a Bench recommendation. Other Dynasty Owners may not need Starting lineup help as they have a stud player at a position who isn’t moving to the Bench unless he’s injured or on bye. Hopefully, the choices for your Starting lineup and Bench are solid, your team wins its game and doesn’t suffer any injuries, and you stay in contention for the playoffs and even the Chase for the Ring.

In addition to this weekly preview article, Dynasty Owner has plenty of other great content to help you win your League Championship and maybe the Chase for the Ring. On Monday, Jay Pounds will preview the Monday Night Football matchup from the Dynasty Owner perspective. Tuesday has a double shot of Dynasty Owner content with my Week 9 recap article and Jay’s Free Agent Auction targets article and video. Wednesdays is when Matt Morrison – The Jerk will dive into a topic of his choosing with an article and a video. Currently, he is doing a series about Opportunities by position. The next day, he’ll have an article previewing the Thursday Night Football game that will start Week 10 of the Dynasty Owner regular season.

Don’t forget about the weekly Dynasty Owner livestream on Wednesday with myself, Tim Peffer, and Dr. Cousin Justin. If there is a particular injured player who you are interested in learning more about during the livestream, drop me a line on Twitter (@SteveVT33) and I’ll put it on the list for Cousin Justin to research. Set the timer on YouTube so you don’t miss it live, or make sure to watch it afterwards. Either way, don’t forget to smash the Like button.

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Steven Van Tassell is the Head of Content for Dynasty Owner Follow us on Twitter: @SteveVT33 and @Dynasty_Owner

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