Fantasy Focus CSS DFS: Week 3 Daily Fantasy | ESPN

Fantasy focus css dfs: week 3 daily fantasy | espn

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Join Daniel Dopp, Mike Clay and Al “Smizzle” Zeidenfeld as they get you ready for all of Week 3’s best DFS plays for both tournament and cash games.

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