FANTASY FOOTBALL WAIVER WIRE (2) BEAST OR BUST. FORGETTING BRANDON MARSHALL

FANTASY FOOTBALL WAIVER WIRE (2)

BEAST OR BUST. FORGETTING BRANDON MARSHALL

By Muntradamus

BEAST DOME NATION.

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It is important to be one step ahead of the game, and once again the Sheep Experts were fast asleep this preseason.

From Jared Cook (MUNTRADAMUS RANK #10 TE. FANTASYPROS ECR #17 TE) to Case Keenum (MUNTRADAMUS RANK #12 QB/FANTASYPROS ECR #25 QB), the Week 1 Waiver Wire stars were heavily part of the BEAST DOME Draft Strategy this year. Another WR who got no love this preseason, BRANDON MARSHALL (MUNTRADAMUS RANK #37 WR. FANTASYPROS ECR #79 WR)

The Seahawks need a WR to step up with Doug Baldwin out, what better player to step up than one of the best WRs in our last decade in Brandon Marshall. With no Baldwin all Training camp, Wilson and Marshall became locked in and it took no time for Brandon Marshall to find the end zone against his Former Denver Broncos.

Once again Brandon Marshall goes up against his former team, and once again Brandon Marshall is ready to put on a BEAST performance. The Bears secondary does not match Marshall in size, and you know Brandon Marshall will be more than motivated to score a TD against his former team. Brandon Marshall TD on Monday Night Football, you heard it here first.

BRANDON MARSHALL

BEAST

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2 Comments

  1. “Forgetting Brandon Marshall” has been the name of my fantasy team the last 2 years. After losing him to injury last year, and with the low general expectations, I was not interested in drafting him. Munt not only made a compelling case to draft him but advised me to start him week 1. I didn’t feel great about doing either but was glad I did! With Baldwin going down I needed Marshall to come through and he did to allow me to squeak by with a narrow 3 point win. I started with Munt early last season. With the help of his add/drop, start/sit and trade advice I was able to manage my team to eventually reach my league championship game. After falling just short in two consecutive years with rosters good enough to reach the playoffs but missing a few key pieces to win a championship, I decided to go all in with Munt prior to this season with the Beast Draft Strategy. Again, am I glad I did. He provided a well thought out plan for a roster not only built to make the playoffs but to win a championship. This is the most confident I’ve been going into a draft and into a season. Looking forward to a Beast year!

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