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2020 Fantasy Football: Week 12 Start/Sit Decisions + Thanksgiving Fun


In this episode, our analysts make their calls on who to start and who to sit for week 12 of the 2020 fantasy football season. Today our fantasy football analysts have some fun in the ultra show and start things off by dropping their thanksgiving day food power rankings.

After that, they get into the news and notes and discuss all the injury updates. Moving on from there they compare food and fantasy football players. Getting into the Thanksgiving day fantasy football matchups Pride and Q discuss which players you should be starting and which you should sit.

They then draft their own team from thanksgiving day games. Finally, they finish the matchup previews and give advice on players they think will play and which will miss in week 12. They also discuss who they would rather play and which matchups are good for fantasy owners.

Today, we debate which players will be best for your lineup for week 12 of fantasy football. Who will hurt your team and who will help? Listen till the end to find out!

Don’t miss debates and discussions on these players and more! Prep your redraft, keeper, and dynasty teams for 2020 with insights you can only get on Time Skew — Fantasy Football Podcast for November 25th, 2020.


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