Ravens-Steelers Postponed, Picking up Perine, Player Props! (11/26 Fantasy Football Podcast)
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We react to the postponement of Ravens-Steelers and Samaje Perine's potential opportunity. We've got a lot more injury notes for you and Dave's favorite player props for Thursday's games.

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