The AAF's first fantasy season has been... something. A bit of an experiment if you dare say. If your team is anything like mine, it needs a lot of work this week. I did a little digging for you to help you get your team on track to win your first AAF Fantasy Championship. Names will be listed in top priority order.
Rashad Ross- Ross caught 5 balls for 103 yards and a touchdown. Not only is he productive but it seems he may have the leagues best QB in John Wolford. If he's on your waiver, make sure you nab him.
Branden Oliver- Asiata was literally nonexistent in his first bit of action, leaving former Chargers RB Branden Oliver room to steal carries. He turned those into 8 carries for 40 yards plus he was targeted 3 times out of the backfield. Those are numbers you can work with.
Dustin Vaughn- Vaughn was benched last minute before the game for Logan Woodside. In his first start, Woodside went 18/36 for 255 yards and 2 picks. Vaughn is by far the superior QB and should get a look as soon as next week. In a league where a good QB is a premium, take a chance on him.
Jalin Marshall- Marshall caught 3 balls for 51 yards and threw a five-yard touchdown, channeling his inner Nick Foles on the Philly Special. Going forward this former NFL wideout should return top 20 WR value and could be useful.
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