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Players who killed your fantasy football team

Fantasy football ups and downs for week one

  • After being sent from the Ravens to San Francisco for a sixth-round draft pick, Boldin showed that he has plenty left in the tank, exploding for 208 y...

    Associated Press

    After being sent from the Ravens to San Francisco for a sixth-round draft pick, Boldin showed that he has plenty left in the tank, exploding for 208 yards on 13 catches with a touchdown.

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By Ashley Stewart, Herald Writer
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  • After being sent from the Ravens to San Francisco for a sixth-round draft pick, Boldin showed that he has plenty left in the tank, exploding for 208 y...

    Associated Press

    After being sent from the Ravens to San Francisco for a sixth-round draft pick, Boldin showed that he has plenty left in the tank, exploding for 208 yards on 13 catches with a touchdown.

Week one is always a surprise in fantasy football.
Players can come out of nowhere and make your week or fail the hype and send you back to the waiver wire.
Whether you started or went up against them, these are the guys who killed your fantasy football team this week.
Thanks, David Wilson.
How did week one go for you? Tell us about it or contest our picks in comments or email astewart@heraldnet.com.
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