Week 12 Preview, Injury updates and Waiver Wire adds | Fantasy Focus Live!

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We are back again with Fantasy Focus, LIVE from 11a-Noon EST. Field Yates, Stephania Bell, and Matthew Barry give us the latest news and injury updates from around the league and preview the Thanksgiving slate of games along with the rest of weekend. They’ll also get into who should be a lock for your lineup in Week 12.

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