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Week 6 Recap, Waiver-Wire Targets, Interesting Mailbag Questions

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The Flex! – Fantasy Football Podcast

NFL Week 6 Fantasy Recap, Waiver-Wire Targets, Interesting Mailbag

On the show, today:

NFL Week 6 Recap.  The guys provide insight and takeaways from NFL Week 6.  The Flex always “flexes out of bounds” each episode as they transition from fantasy football to pop culture and everyday life.  Today is no different.  Chris and Jeff answer a handful of mailbag questions, three of which are very interesting, as you will hear a snippet in the show’s opening.  Each week the guys discuss their preview show predictions and breakdown where they were right and where they were wrong in a segment we call, “Nostradamus or Nostra-dumbass?”

Of course, The Flex gives you this week’s waiver wire targets.  They also provide a game plan for fantasy owners who were stricken by the recent quarterback injuries.  Who should you target to replace Aaron Rodgers?  Is Adrian Peterson a must start going forward?  Who is this week’s number one waiver wire add?  All of these questions and more will be answered on the show.  Find out now.

Also on the show, Jeff continues his recent trend of fantasy football transactions while doing the show.

Thank you to all of the listeners and subscribers.  You guys are the best!

We will have the Week 7 Fantasy Preview Show later in the week.  Make your waiver-wire claims now and don’t forget to check out FantasySportsStudios.com for this week’s Daily Plays of the Week, Bets of the Week, Starts/Sits, and so much more.

Also, don’t forget to follow us on Twitter @FantasySstudios and on Facebook at Facebook.com/FantasySportsStudios.  Submit all mailbag questions to Questions@FantasySportsStudios.com.

Again, Good Luck this weekend! Remember, you love fantasy and so do we!  Thanks for listening to The Flex!

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