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Fantasy Football Live Week 5 on Yahoo Sports

Scott Pianowski
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The dogs days are over, friends. The dog days are gone. Fantasy wins are critical in October, and we're here to get you off to a winning push in Week 5.

Fantasy Football Live is back Sunday at 11:30am ET, 8:30am PT. Experts Brandon Funston, Brad Evans, Andy Behrens and Kay Adams are ready to sort through the key issues of the week, separate the potential heroes from the dangerous zeroes.

Is the Drew Brees traveling circus going to post big numbers on the road at Chicago? Can we trust Ray Rice after a few quiet weeks? What do we do with slumping Giants like Eli Manning and David Wilson - can they regain relevance against the scuffling Eagles? Is Justin Blackmon worth an add, or just another deck chair on the sinking U.S.S. Jaguar?

The pundits will also discuss breaking Sunday news, and they'll answer your lineup questions as well. You've got dilemmas, they've got solutions.

To join the show, charge up the cell and dial 877-335-4878. You can also tweet your lineup queries to the @YahooFantasy account. Please use the hashtag #AskFFL

Thirteen hours to get into character, gamers. We'll talk to you soon.

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