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Fantasy war room 2017: Fantasy football advice, rankings, draft strategy, sleepers for August 30

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The SB Nation Fantasy War Room is LIVE! Check out our 2017 fantasy football draft preview guide, and bring all the questions you’ve got for our experts! Make sure and get your Yahoo! fantasy football league set up.

Welcome back for another edition of the SB Nation Fantasy War Room. The 2017 preseason wraps up in just over 24 hours, and then it will be one week until real football! We’ll be live until 10 p.m. ET tonight answering all your fantasy football questions. If you can’t see the comments at the bottom of the article, click here.

The most notable fantasy football news on Wednesday was the confirmation that Kansas City Chiefs running back Spencer Ware will in fact be done for the season. He tore his PCL and LCL. Kareem Hunt is climbing draft boards in a hurry. However, if you miss out in him early, don’t sleep on Charcandrick West as a deep sleeper.

This marks the sixth 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 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 officially into our normal August draft schedule. We will be operating from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET Monday through Friday and 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. These hours will take us to the Thursday kickoff opener the first week in September.

Today’s war room will feature fantasy analyst Jason Marcum answering questions. Drop in the comments with any questions you have to get ready for your fantasy drafts and the 2017 fantasy football season!

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2017 fantasy football draft strategy guide Top 150 overall rankings QB rankings RB standard rankings RB PPR rankings WR standard rankings WR PPR rankings TE rankings D/ST rankings

Fantasy football drafts require hitting on your high picks, but factoring in potential sleepers and busts is critical to winning your league. There will be players in the first couple of rounds who flame out, and you’ll find a player in round 10 or 11 who is the key to victory. Each week, we have taken a look at how potential sleepers and busts have performed to give you an idea of whom to consider and avoid in your drafts.

Preseason Week 1 fantasy football analysis

QB sleepers, busts performances RB sleepers, busts performances WR sleepers, busts performances TE sleepers, busts performances

Preseason Week 2 fantasy football analysis

QB sleepers, busts performances RB sleepers, busts performances WR sleepers, busts performances TE sleepers, busts performances

Preseason Week 3 fantasy football analysis

QB sleepers, busts performances RB sleepers, busts performances WR sleepers, busts performances TE sleepers, busts performances

There is a host of new rookies in the NFL each season, and they can be critical to your success. If you are in a dynasty or keeper league, they hold a little more value, but even in single-year leagues, there will be rookies worth considering in your drafts. Here is Week 1 and Week 2 preseason rookie analysis.

Preseason Week 1 fantasy football rookie analysis

Quarterbacks Running Backs Wide Receivers Tight Ends

Preseason Week 2 fantasy football rookie analysis

Quarterbacks Running Backs Wide Receivers Tight Ends

Preseason Week 2 fantasy football rookie analysis

Quarterbacks Running Backs Wide Receivers Tight Ends

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