Will possible suspension harm Britt’s value?

Greetings, fantasy enthusiasts: Who wants to take a spin around the fantasy world with a little three-and-out?

WR Kenny Britt facing a suspension? The Titans receiver is expected to hear from Roger Goodell about a possible suspension this week according to reports, with Britt and fantasy enthusiasts hoping for the best. Or at least a quick resolution for this so we can adjust our draft boards. Britt is going to be an excellent value for those who grab him after he slides in your draft. I grabbed Britt as my No. 3 WR in our expert’s league, and I could not be happier.

Just as long as the suspension is not super long.

Bills RB Fred Jackson is going to start this week. Is it time to finally admit that C.J. Spiller is not going to have the fantasy impact that many of us expected? Who is more disappointing, Spiller or Chargers RB Ryan Mathews? Coach Chan Gailey promises that Jackson will be a big part of the offense. How could he not? Jackson will be a great fantasy steal for many of you. Look for him in the fifth round of your 10-team draft.

Avoid Pierre Thomas. The Saints running back has proclaimed himself at near 100 percent, or the threshold that would allow LaDainian Tomlinson to play in an AFC Championship Game (I kid, I kid). But be wary of Thomas because rookie Mark Ingram is getting all of the goal-line work in the preseason. Something to keep an eye on in the coming games this week.

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