NFL Training Camp Blog: Zeke finally eats! Plus, injury round-up.

It’s finally here. After months of hype, rumors and news, the NFL regular season finally begins on Thursday. For fantasy football fans, this is our Christmas Eve, as we have but one sleep remaining until we can begin to unwrap our gifts.

With rosters now settled, most of the news regards injured players and their chances of playing this weekend. There was one glaring exception, however. Ezekiel Elliott finally ended his holdout to sign a six-year deal worth $90 million early Wednesday morning. He then joined his teammates for his first practice of the summer.

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Falcons- Scheme and Metrics Preview

Scheme and Metrics- we’ll take a look at each of the 32 teams and look at a combination of offensive scheme/philosophy and some player metrics to give us something else to think about when drafting our fantasy squads this summer. In this edition, we’ll look at the Atlanta Falcons.

The Falcons have been a fantasy-friendly offense for a number of years, but there are sure to be some subtle changes in player values this season.

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Training Camp Notes

We start out today’s notes with great news out of Falcons camp, where Julio Jones has proclaimed himself 100 percent, and he’ll be ready to play when the regular season begins. Although there hasn’t been major reason for concern that he would miss regular season action, this news should put fantasy owners at ease when spending roughly the 15th pick in average drafts to acquire the superstar receiver. After struggling to find the end zone last season, he’s become quite a value pick, and with a bit of positive touchdown regression, he’s one of the few early draft picks who could easily outperform his draft position.

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RotoWire & FanDuel Fantasy Football Championship – Week 10

We have reached the final week of the RotoWire and FanDuel Fantasy Football Championship qualifying rounds. Man, time sure does fly. It feels like just yesterday that we were debating whether or not Kareem Hunt’s explosive start to the season was worth buying into. Well, I guess we are still pondering that following his recent slump, huh? Well, this is awkward….. Anyways! This is the last opportunity to get your hands on an entry into the $1,000+ Week 11 RWFC Championship Free Play! In case you’ve been living under a rock, here are the rules and how to get in on the action this week:

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Fantasy Football Draft Duels: Wide receivers

This fantasy football season, drafters will face many tough decisions among multiple players at certain positions.

Rankings and sleepers lists can’t always tell the full story: Sometimes, it makes sense to take a risk. That’s why fantasy football players could use input from numerous sources. 

We’ve gathered some RotoWire personalities to give their opinions on which fantasy wide receiver they’d take when posed several matchups — or in some cases, make some mini-rankings.

QB | RB | WR | TE (coming soon)

(Note: We used our NFFC PPR rankings to compare players.)

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