Welcome back to the War Room! Last season, 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 four hours a day, for virtually the entire season.
The War Room was launched in order to help people in this era of the 24-hour news cycle. A Top 200 ranking is helpful, but even waiting a couple days to update it can leave a fantasy football player hopelessly out of date. The War Room will be able to provide you answers on the latest breaking news, and how it impacts your fantasy draft board.
The War Room is live six days a week during September. It runs 4-8:30 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET and Sunday. In October, it will be closed on Fridays. Drop in with any and all fantasy football questions If you have questions when we are not around, feel free to hit us up at @sbnationfantasy.
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All official SB Nation answers will come from the user SB Nation Fantasy. For today, the account will be run from 4-6 p.m. by Jack Choros. Jack writes for SB Nation Fantasy, and can be found on Twitter @jackchoros. The account will be run from 6-830 by Andrew Miller of Cincy Jungle. Andrew was born into a Packers household, but grew to follow the Bengals as he realized he had an NFL team in his hometown of Cincinnati. If his fan persona were a Facebook profile, his NFL relationship would be listed as "complicated." Regardless, he's here to give you objective advice on all sorts of fantasy questions you may have. He can be followed on Twitter @AndrewFoxMiller.