2019 Fantasy Football Sleepers – Top 5 Deep Dynasty Wide Receiver Stashes

Fantasy Football!

This is a Fantasy Football Podcast by the FF Faceoff’s 2019 Deep Dynasty Wide Receiver (WR) stashes episode. Not only will we discuss our top deep sleeper dynasty WRs, but we will also tell you why we believe these backs will help you dominate your dynasty fantasy football leagues. Today’s featured players will include Marquise Goodwin, Curtis Samuel, Anthony Miller, Keke Coutee and Devin Funchess.

1:40 PSA
4:15 NFL News
19:05 Deep Sleeper Targets

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NFL News and Rumors:

The Jets have fired GM Mike Maccagnan

Jets HC Adam Gase will take over as interim general manager in the wake of Mike Maccagnan’s firing

Jets beat writer Manish Mehta is reporting Jets HC Adam Gase did not want to sign RB Le’ Veon Bell

ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting NFL Network Draft personality Daniel Jeremiah “under serious consideration for a prominent front-office position” with the Jets

Patriots HC Bill Belichick will serve as his own defensive coordinator for 2019

Colts TE Jack Doyle (hip) is on track for training camp

Redskins QB Colt McCoy (leg) is expected to be ready for training camp

Panthers RB Christian McCaffrey has gotten “way stronger” than he was in 2018

Bengals TE Tyler Eifert (ankle) has “essentially been a full-go” in the team’s offseason program

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