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Fantasy war room 2016: Fantasy football advice, rankings, draft strategy, sleepers, more for August 24

The SB Nation Fantasy War Room is back! The SB Nation fantasy football draft guide is live, and in conjunction with that, we're running the fantasy war room all day every day for the next two weeks! We're here to answer all your fantasy football questions.

Welcome back to the War Room! This marks the fifth season of a chat room that offers you the most extensive fantasy football advice on the Internet. In 2012, SB Nation created a live chat called the Fantasy War Room in order to help you better prepare for your fantasy football drafts and weekly lineup decisions. Unlike other chats that are for an hour or two on game day, the Fantasy War Room is live several hours a day for virtually the entire season.

The War Room is launching a couple weeks earlier than normal to help fill that fantasy need! These first two weeks of the preseason, the War Room will be open 24 hours a day. We will have a live person from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. ET Monday through Friday and 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Additionally, someone will drop in throughout each day to answer questions. Starting August 22, we will run it just during the hours mentioned above.

During these first two weeks, we will also be offering a variety of information in this article. We will provide injury updates and depth chart changes throughout the day. You can check out all our draft strategy content here:

Top 150 overall rankings
QB rankings
RB standard rankings
RB PPR rankings
WR standard rankings
WR PPR rankings
TE rankings
D/ST rankings
Top 20 rookies
Top 5 rookies by position

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