Streaming defenses uses the Streaming D app and the wizardry of Jeremy Marin and Matt Wispe to provide the best low-owned defensive options each week.
Defenses… Am I right? The DST position in fantasy can be annoying in season long leagues, and streaming can sometimes be a rocky road. Jeremy Marin and I have been offering up three to five defensive streaming options each week, but I’m going to go with a slightly different approach
I’m not going to oversell this, but Week 4 was a bloodbath for streaming defense options. The best matchups were largely high-ownership defenses, so Jeremy Marin had to take some risks. He managed to avoid the negative fantasy performances, but also missed the top end plays.
Another week in the books, and we’re back on the hunt for low-owned defenses with positive matchups to stream. Jeremy did a good job in Week 2 with his picks of the Buccaneers, Chargers and Raiders (and his honorable mention selections of Arizona and Baltimore).
Drafts are done, and now it’s time to adjust our lineups for Week 1. Each week, either Jeremy Marin or I will bring you DST options to claim off of waivers and plug into your lineups.
As we complete our final preparations for the 2017 regular season, we also must prepare for the less exciting but critical portions of our lineups. With that in mind, Jeremy Marin and I will be providing weekly options to stream at the DST position.
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