Men in Stripes: Bengals Fantasy Football Preview

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Tim and Matt are both fantasy football fanatics and play in multiple leagues, so what better for the duo to tackle fantasy football in the latest Men in Stripes. They also continue the way to early preview with the Miami Dolphins heading to Paul Brown Stadium in week four.

Matt plays in Yahoo Fantasy and Tim plays ESPN Fantasy. The guys take a look at the how each of the top Bengals players are ranked in each of they two pre-draft rankings. How will each of them fair and what is the projection for what they will do in 2016. They breakdown which Bengals player underrated, which players should they be ranked ahead of, and where you should draft them.

The guys will also take a look at the rest of the NFL. Is Todd Gurley going to be the top fantasy running back? Who should you avoid? Who could be a value pick, best rookie pick, and most improved fantasy player from their rookie year?

In the way to early preview, the guys tackle the Bengals week four home match up against the Miami Dolphins. The last time these two teams met were on Halloween night in 2013. Geno Atkins had a season ending ACL tear.

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However there were a number of different positives to this gamr. The Bengals showed resiliency and Adam Jones showed his football IQ is still incredibly high. However the game ended on a safety in overtime and the Dolphins pulled off the win.

This time, the Dolphins have an incredible team, but so do the Bengals. On paper, these team will match up well against each other, but we will have to wait until week four to find out.

The guys return on the next episode with more Bengals and NFL news and opinions. If you have any questions, remember to send them to MeninStripesSH@gmail.com or find us on Facebook and Twitter.

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