The DGW makes rankings seem like a person who has a stutter.  Every third guy is from the same team, and are basically only enticing because of the extra fixture.  This week, that is not the case.  The fixtures are bordering on blah and the options to gain fantasy aptitude are limited.  Yea the Palace players seem interesting and then you realize their opponents.  Then you move onto United and realize that, who do you really trust there?  Then you have Middlesbrough who’s favorite soccer stylings seems to be stuck in neutral.  Not very appealing my friends, like I said.  The best case scenario for the week is to take a minimum hit transfer wise and bring in the usual DGW faces that you hear about all over the inter-webs, and of course use some of that good ole common sense. So good luck with transfer ideas and enjoy some DGW rankings for week 34 of the FPL.  Cheers!

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With extra money breeds repetition. The allotment of funds and dispersal of them now that the 13m from Aguero is off the table leads to limited amounts of viable directions for FPL owners to go. Some view it as a windfall for their teams now that he is off the payroll, but is it really? His price and the money devoted to him makes owners have to scrimp in other areas like midfield, especially. Now they don’t. Everyone will be owning Harry Kane and Diego Costa for the foreseeable month as they can now fit both players in and maintain a respectable team through the midfield. This is what Transfer Tuesday is all about. Talking stuff out or reading it in this case, to try and formulate the best possible tact for the next match week or weeks. So my first piece of advice is that you sorta have to go the Kane Diego route to keep up with the Fantasy Jonses’ so to speak. You will be at a significant disadvantage if you don’t as they are the best forward options going. So if you don’t already that is your first pawn move of the week. Stay here as we get into the rook and horsey looking piece move in the Week 15 FPL transfer Tuesday chess game. Cheers!

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The second phase of our weekly ranking experiment and the controversy of our rankings which weren’t premeditated in anyway rages on.  Three separate minds, all warped, yet sharp in their own special way.  Or that’s what my grandma told me anyways.  Defense to me is all about the secret thing that make your team great from week to week and is my main point of gambling and using my free transfer.  I like to gamble, because the allure of that clean sheet is like fantasy crack and I like it.  Intervention to follow.  Look two games ahead only, I get a kick out of people looking farther then that down the schedule, by that time I will have had 2-3 transfers at my discretion to fix what I thought was broken.  Second key thing is find a stud any fantasy defensive stud and ride him for almost ever.  Last find a rotation that you like to start the year and stick with it for at least 4-5 games.  Like I just said, you can tinker here and there and the dreaded -4 looks better in the beginning of the year a rather then the end.  Here are the rankings, commentary brought by myself and Kevin Devries as well John Wallin of playtogga, the hippest and coolest draft style fantasy footie out there today…

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