Aug 18, 2012; Denver, CO, USA; Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch (24) is pursued by Denver Broncos linebacker Joe Mays (51) in the first quarter at Sports Authority Field. Mandatory Credit: Byron Hetzler-US PRESSWIRE
The SB Nation Fantasy War Room sponsored by Sprint returns tonight at 4 p.m. ET. We will be here to provide live fantasy football sit/start advice as you pour through final injury reports!
Welcome back to the 2012 Fantasy War Room sponsored by Sprint, where we'll be answering your fantasy football questions until 8:00pm ET. We'll be here to answer your sit/start questions for tonight, while also getting you ready for this weekend's full slate of NFL action. There is a ton of injury information to go through, so make sure and get your questions in here!
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As you are getting ready to set your lineup this week, we have some useful cheat sheets to help you out. Make sure and check review our Week 1 rankings across the board: Quarterbacks, Running Backs, Wide Receivers, Tight Ends, Defense/Special Teams and Individual Defensive Players (IDP).
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If you have a question, go down in the comments below and post the question in the subject line. In the message portion, include a quick rundown of pertinent facts about your league. Fantasy football has evolved to a point where most leagues differ on numerous issues. In order to best assist you on draft night, we will need to know some of the basics of your league.
You don't need to spell out every single point category, but things like where you have points per reception (PPR) and whether you have passing touchdowns equal to rushing touchdowns are incredibly important in determining drafting strategy. PPR vs. non-PPR is generally the most important distinction, but if you have any other rule tweaks that impact decisions, let us know so we can provide as much help as possible.
All official SB Nation answers will come from the user SB Nation Fantasy. For tonight, that account will be run by David Fucillo of Niners Nation. While David is a 49ers fan, he has generally been able to get around his 49ers biases in his draft advice. Of course, feel free to take his 49ers suggestions (and I suppose Cowboys suggestions, to a lesser extent!) with the proverbial grain of salt.
Others are more than welcome to throw in their own two cents. Just click on the reply button and let people know what you think works for a given draft situation.
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