Sit/Start Week 9: Reviewing All Fantasy Relevant Players In Every Single Game

Fantasy Football Sit or Start recommendations for every player in Week 9 of the 2022 NFL season

Welcome to Week 9! Fantasy playoffs are right around the corner. We’ve got some good matchups this week and after the trade deadline some new faces on teams. We are here to look at every game and give you an expected range of outcomes for every player.

I wanted to take some time to highlight one of our writers: Bryan Sweet (@FantasyFreakTN on Twitter)

Bryan started playing fantasy football back in 1996 and despite Barry Sanders being his favorite player he followed the magazine rankings and took Emmit Smith. Smith got injured and Bryan missed out on Sanders leading the league in rushing. That’s why we provide up-to-date news and information — so you aren’t stuck with out-of-date magazine data. He took over as a league commissioner shortly after that and has been playing ever since.  He still roots for his Detroit Lions even through the lean years.

Bryan started writing for QB List back in 2019 and has been part of the Sit/Start and What We Saw staff ever since. He provides us with some great content and is a great follow on Twitter.

 

If you like what you read please follow us on Twitter, you can follow QB List as a whole as well as the individual writers by finding their Twitter handles on their game-specific write-ups. We strive to connect with other fantasy players and help in any way we can. We also have a discord that you can join by subscribing to our monthly access

For more coverage of Week 9, check out our Sit/Start Podcast as well as our Weekly Range of Outcomes Tool!

 

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2 responses to “Sit/Start Week 9: Reviewing All Fantasy Relevant Players In Every Single Game”

  1. Nick F says:

    So I’m confused. In this article, you say Justin Fields is a must-start against Miami, and Trevor Lawrence is a sit versus Vegas. But the “Range of Outcomes” tool seems to indicate that Lawrence is a pretty solid point or two better than Fields. Which way do I go?

    • Dustin Ludke says:

      The Range of Outcomes tool just shows you the probability. doesn’t actually give you any real advice or analysis.

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