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July 6, 2020
The Ringer's latest narrative podcast, 'The Cam Chronicles,' written and reported by Tyler R. Tynes, follows the life and career of Patriots quarterback Cam Newton. The six-episode series will premiere Monday, July 13, on the 'Ringer NFL Show' feed.
July 2, 2020
Kevin is joined by The Ringer’s Danny Kelly and Kaelen Jones to list their tiers of teams that could win the Super Bowl in 2020 and break down what those teams need to do to get there. They begin by discussing the Chiefs, 49ers, Ravens, and Saints before talking about the fringe teams that could make the leap this season. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Danny Kelly and Kaelen Jones
July 1, 2020
Bakari Sellers, host of ‘The Bakari Sellers Podcast,’ is joined by Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson to talk about his time playing at Clemson and the Black Lives Matter movement within the NFL. Host: Bakari Sellers Guest: Deshaun Watson
June 29, 2020
Kevin is joined by Ringer staff writer Tyler Tynes to break down Cam Newton’s signing with the New England Patriots. They talk about why this deal works for everybody involved, what this season could mean for the rest of Cam’s career, and the biggest misconceptions about the star quarterback (0:05). Later, Ringer staff writer Danny Kelly joins the show to talk about Cam’s fantasy outlook and how he changes the Patriots offense (22:10). Host: Kevin Clark Guests: Tyler Tynes and Danny Kelly
June 29, 2020
We give our instant reactions to the Patriots signing Cam Newton and discuss how Bill Belichick pulled this off, the financial details of Newton's contract, and how Cam changes New England’s offensive scheme and overall potential in 2020. Host: Danny Heifetz Guest: Tyler Tynes and Nora Princiotti
June 25, 2020
Kevin is joined by The Ringer’s Danny Kelly and PFF’s Sam Monson to discuss how to identify the best player in the NFL and how a player's position factors into the conversation. Then, they each offer up their selections for the best player in the league, best quarterback, and best player not in the conversation this year who will be next year. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Danny Kelly and Sam Monson
June 18, 2020
As we prepare for the 2020 season, we ask who will take the leap this year. We offer up the players, coaches, and teams who will make a significant improvement this season. Host: Kevin Clark Guests: Nora Princiotti and Evan Silva
June 11, 2020
NFL Network senior correspondent Steve Wyche joins the show to talk about what has stood out over the last two weeks in terms of player activism and participation in the movement toward racial justice in the NFL. We touch on what still needs to be done by the league’s owners, as well as how players can sustain this movement throughout the season (0:40). Then, the Ringer’s Nora Princiotti calls in to talk about the biggest storylines of the 2020 season (31:50). Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Steve Wyche and Nora Princiotti
June 10, 2020
As draft seasons approaches, we break down one of the hottest draft strategies in fantasy football: zero RB, also known as waiting to draft running backs until the middle rounds and loading up on wide receivers and tight ends early. We discuss the logic behind the strategy, and offer up the most valuable middle-to-late-round running backs. Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck Donate to help support the fight for racial justice here
June 10, 2020
As draft season approaches, we break down one of the hottest draft strategies in fantasy football: zero RB, also known as waiting to draft running backs until the middle rounds and loading up on wide receivers and tight ends early. We discuss the logic behind the strategy, and offer up the most valuable middle-to-late-round running backs. Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck Donate to help support the fight for racial justice here
June 3, 2020
Steve and Pete are joined by San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich to have a conversation about the state of our nation, how we got here as a country, our absence of leadership, and how we can take action to grow and bring about change following the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer. Host: Steve Kerr and Pete Carroll Guest: Gregg Popovich This show is raising money for COVID-19 relief. You can help! Donate here!
May 29, 2020
Steve and Pete are joined by Pete’s former college housemate and baseball super agent Scott Boras to chat about helping players overcome fear, the similarities and differences between coaches and agents, and understanding how to negotiate for a player. Next they get into the necessary measures being taken to begin the process of bringing sports back amid the COVID-19 outbreak.  Hosts: Steve Kerr and Pete Carroll Guest: Scott Boras  This show is raising money for COVID-19 relief. You can help! Donate here!
May 28, 2020
Kevin is joined by The Ringer’s Danny Kelly and Rotoworld’s Patrick Daugherty to rank their top 10 coaches in the NFL as well as the worst. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Danny Kelly and Patrick Daugherty
May 27, 2020
As fantasy season begins to heat up, we share 15 of our favorite players for 2020 whom you shouldn't leave your draft without. We sell you on why middle-tier wide receivers like Robert Woods and Adam Thielen are more valuable than you think, and why the Steelers are the most underrated offense in the league. Host: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
May 22, 2020
Steve and Pete provide an update on their respective sports, express optimism on a possible NBA return, and discuss how the NFL is managing in the offseason (00:00).  Then they are joined by the one and only Bill Murray to talk about filming 'Space Jam' and playing golf with Larry Bird and Michael Jordan, the similarities between sports and filmmaking, stories from the set of 'Ghostbusters,' how he got his start in comedy, and more (00:00). Hosts: Steve Kerr and Pete Carroll Guest: Bill Murray This show is raising money for COVID-19 relief. You can help! Donate here!
May 21, 2020
The Ringer’s Bryan Curtis joins the show to talk about the specific ways this NFL season will differ from past seasons, how money affects the NFL’s preparation for the season, and the role of broadcasters with regard to replicating the passion of a game without fans (1:30). Then, former Packers safety Will Blackmon joins Kevin to chat about Mike McCarthy’s potential in Dallas, how a stunted training camp could benefit certain teams, and the Aaron Rodgers–Jordan Love relationship (24:25). Host: Kevin Clark Guests: Bryan Curtis and Will Blackmon
May 19, 2020
As we prepare for the upcoming season, we must ask ourselves the age-old question of how to feel about the players seemingly entering the twilight of their careers. We highlight the most popular aging players and decide if they are trusted, rusted, or dusted. Hosts: Danny Heifetz and Craig Horlbeck
May 15, 2020
Steve and Pete are joined by author Michael Lewis ('Moneyball,' 'The Blind Side,' and 'The Big Short') to talk about how he gets the ideas for his books, and the background story of ‘The Blind Side’ and how it influenced the NFL’s view on the left tackle position. They discuss how advancements in technology are affecting sports and whether or not a coach can change a player's natural ability. Finally they discuss the extraordinary influence of Timothy Gallwey‘s book ‘The Inner Game of Tennis.’ Hosts: Steve Kerr and Pete Carroll Guest: Michael Lewis This show is raising money for COVID-19 relief. You can help! Donate here!
May 14, 2020
Kevin is joined by The Ringer’s Danny Kelly and The Athletic’s Sheil Kapadia to preview the upcoming NFL season through a betting lens, specifically prop bets. They make picks on props like games play in front of fans, Gronk’s touchdowns, Brady’s touchdowns, Cam Newton’s next contract, Cowboys wins, Lamar Jackson’s rushing yards, Joe Burrow’s passing touchdowns, and more. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Danny Kelly and Sheil Kapadia
May 12, 2020
This offseason has given some players a new outlook on their fantasy future. We highlight the fantasy players whose 2020 outlook saw the biggest boost after free agency and the NFL draft.  Host: Danny Kelly and Craig Horlbeck
May 8, 2020
The NFL schedule was officially released, and it includes a coronavirus contingency plan to potentially push back the Super Bowl and add weeks to the back end of the season. We highlight the best games of the season, the Bucs' top matchups, and the teams with the most prime-time games. Host: Kevin Clark Host: Danny Kelly and Rodger Sherman
May 6, 2020
This offseason has been tough for many players, Aaron Rodgers being one. We highlight the fantasy players whose 2020 outlook took the biggest hit after free agency and the NFL draft.  Host: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
April 30, 2020
With the NFL draft complete, 2020 rosters taking shape, and teams starting to gain hope, Kevin is joined by Eric Eager and George Chahrouri of 'Pro Football Focus' to run through every team in the NFL and answer the question: How many teams in the NFL are actually good? Host: Kevin Clark Guests: Eric Eager and George Chahrouri
April 29, 2020
Now that NFL teams are done with their draft, it’s time to prepare for yours. We run through the top rookie running backs and wide receivers like CeeDee Lamb, Henry Ruggs III, Jonathan Taylor, J.K. Dobbins, and more, and give you our predictions on how they will perform in their rookie season, where you should draft them, and how they will fit into their teams' offense. Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
April 28, 2020
Pete Carroll gives an inside look at how the NFL draft went for the Seahawks, talks about a few of their picks, and discusses how college experience affects a player's draft stock in the NBA and NFL. Pete and Steve reflect on losing a Super Bowl and an NBA Finals in devastating fashion and how to learn and move forward from it (0:15). Then author and speaker Dr. Brené Brown joins the show to talk about turning vulnerability into strength as a coach, preparing players for public scrutiny, and more (24:30). Hosts: Steve Kerr and Pete Carroll This show is raising money for COVID-19 relief. You can help! Donate here!
April 27, 2020
We analyze the NFL draft as a television show, including Roger Goodell’s front and center performance (1:42). Then, we go through a list of some of the other quirks and best moments from the three-day event (17:10). Finally, we do our best to make sense of the Green Bay Packers’ confounding selection of Utah State quarterback Jordan Love (38:00). Hosts: Riley McAtee and Rodger Sherman
April 26, 2020
Draft expert Danny Kelly and Mallory Rubin join Kevin in doling out superlatives for the 2020 NFL draft, including best draft, worst draft, steal of the draft, most shocking slide, weirdest Skype presence, and more. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Danny Kelly and Mallory Rubin
April 24, 2020
Round 1 of the very first remote NFL draft is in the books, and we break down all of the most intriguing events of the night, including Tua Tagovailoa going fifth to the Dolphins, Justin Herbert going sixth to the Chargers, Jordan Love being Aaron Rodgers's backup, Kliff Kingsbury’s flex of an at-home draft office, and much more. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Mallory Rubin
April 23, 2020
Kevin Clark is joined by NFL draft guru Danny Kelly to dive into The Ringer’s final mock draft as we head into the 2020 NFL draft on Thursday night. Danny predicts how he thinks the first 17 picks will unfold and offers up some pre-draft superlatives. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Danny Kelly
April 21, 2020
The Ringer’s Riley McAtee and Rodger Sherman break down all of the weirdness that could happen in the first-ever remote NFL draft, including QB Justin Herbert's late surge to get drafted before Tua Tagovailoa, how the Giants will screw it up, technological mishaps, Roger Goodell on Zoom, the league sending prospects hats from all 32 teams, and more. Hosts: Riley McAtee and Rodger Sherman
April 20, 2020
Kevin Clark is joined by Danny Kelly to break down every aspect of the Joe Burrow vs. Tua Tagovailoa discussion, including the most NFL-translatable qualities each QB possesses, whether Tua would be drafted ahead of Burrow if he had never gotten hurt, Burrow’s legendary competitiveness, where Tua should land, and more. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Danny Kelly
April 17, 2020
The Ringer’s Mallory Rubin is joined by ESPN’s Mina Kimes to discuss some of their most intriguing questions heading into the the 2020 NFL draft. Among the questions answered are who their no. 1 overall pick is, which team will have a draft-night malfunction, who will be Belichick’s next QB, who will be the fantasy rookie MVP, who will be draft night’s fashion MVP, and more. Host: Mallory Rubin Guest: Mina Kimes
April 16, 2020
On this special Thursday episode, Kevin is joined by former Jets and Dolphins executive and current ESPN analyst, Mike Tannenbaum, to talk about the NFL draft and how that could work in the era of working from home. They also discuss the possibilities for Tua Tagovailoa, as well as what the NFL may look like in the future. Hosts: Kevin Clark Guest: Mike Tannenbaum
April 15, 2020
We take a look at the upcoming NFL draft through a fantasy lens, examining the biggest skill-position names on the board and predicting where they will get drafted, where they should get drafted, and which destination would be the unlikeliest. Host: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
April 14, 2020
Yahoo senior NFL reporter Charles Robinson joins the show to preview the first virtual NFL draft and discuss how teams are scouting prospects, the possibility of having no NFL offseason, Christian McCaffrey’s new four-year extension that averages $16 million per year, and how the lack of clarity on Tua Tagovailoa’s health maybe affect his draft position (2:00). Then, The Ringer’s Rodger Sherman calls in to talk about the XFL filing for bankruptcy (40:55). Host: Kevin Clark Guests: Charles Robinson and Rodger Sherman
April 13, 2020
Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr and Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll sit down for the premiere episode of their new podcast ‘Flying Coach With Steve Kerr & Pete Carroll,’ in which they offer up their unique perspectives as championship-level coaches in the NBA and NFL. Hosts: Steve Kerr and Pete Carroll This show is raising money for COVID-19 relief. You can help! Donate here!
April 9, 2020
NFL expert Warren Sharp shares his favorite stats and metrics that make a college quarterback standout, explains why Joe Burrow’s NFL fit is so important, breaks down how NFL teams should be using analytics, and discusses the teams that helped themselves the most this offseason (1:20). Then Ringer draft guru Danny Kelly calls in to chat about the most exciting prospects in this year's draft (33:45). Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Warren Sharp and Danny Kelly
April 8, 2020
Draft guru Danny Kelly feeds Danny Heifetz and Craig Horlbeck digestible nuggets on this year's class of running backs. DK compares running backs to archetypes from the standout 2017 class of Christian McCaffrey, Leonard Fournette, Alvin Kamara, and Dalvin Cook; guesses which RB could join the 1000/1000 club; and determines which under-the-radar RB from 2020 could become the next Alvin Kamara. Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
April 2, 2020
Bleacher Report’s Adam Lefkoe joins the show to talk about how COVID-19 will affect 2020 NFL training camps as well as the regular season, and how hard it will be for teams to hit the ground running when the season begins (1:05). Then, The Ringer’s draft expert Danny Kelly joins the show to offer up the prospects we’re not talking about enough, including QB Jalen Hurts, WRs Brandon Aiyuk and Bryan Edwards, cornerback Jeff Gladney, and more (37:45). Hosts: Kevin Clark Guests: Adam Lefkoe and Danny Kelly
March 31, 2020
Danny Kelly has been grinding tape on the 2020 NFL draft so you don’t have to, and on this episode he feeds Danny Heifetz and Craig Horlbeck digestible nuggets on the deepest receiver class in years. DK compares receivers to archetypes from the standout 2014 class of Sammy Watkins, Mike Evans, Odell Beckham Jr., and Davante Adams; guesses which receiver might not pan out as a pro; and determines which receiver from 2020 could become the most exciting player in the league. Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
March 26, 2020
We run through the first 10 picks of the NFL draft, predicting who each team will select (0:25), before former NFL agent Joel Corry calls in to explain what’s happening in free agency, including how the CBA is affecting players' new contracts, how quarterback supply exceeded demand, and how this year was different from previous years (33:50). Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Danny Kelly and Joel Corry
March 25, 2020
We break down the recent happenings in free agency, including Todd Gurley to the Falcons, Melvin Gordon to the Broncos, Emmanuel Sanders to the Saints, and more (1:10). Then we open the first fantasy mailbag of the 2020 season (31:45). Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
March 19, 2020
Rich Ohrnberger, former NFL offensive lineman and teammate of Philip Rivers, joins the show to talk about how Rivers can succeed in Indianapolis, and how close the Colts are to a deep playoff run (4:00). Then we discuss Tom Brady’s potential in the Bucs offense, justifying Bill O’Brien’s decision to trade DeAndre Hopkins, how the Chargers are the new Bills, and more (16:50). Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Rich Ohrnberger
March 19, 2020
The first week of free agency featured the shuffling of several high-impact fantasy players. We react to every player's new home, including DeAndre Hopkins, Stefon Diggs, Tom Brady, and others; highlight the biggest winners and losers from the week; and predict how each player's potential draft ranking for next season is affected. Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
March 18, 2020
Danny Kelly joins the show to talk about Tom Brady’s fit in a potentially-explosive-but-not-perfect Tampa Bay offense (0:31). Then, Tom Brady superfan Kevin O’Connor joins to defend Tom’s legacy and future, and debate whether the Bucs or the Patriots have a better opportunity to compete for a Super Bowl this year (16:40). Host: Kevin Clark Guests: Danny Kelly and Kevin O’Connor
March 17, 2020
Tom Brady has said that he will no longer be a Patriot and that he wants to continue his career elsewhere. He will have a handful of teams to choose from. We give our first impressions of Brady’s announcement, speculate where he will land, and work through what the Patriots will do next. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Justin Sayles
March 17, 2020
We struggle to find the logic behind the Texans trading superstar WR DeAndre Hopkins to the Arizona Cardinals for pennies on the dollar. We also cover some of the other marquee trades around the league today, including DeForest Buckner to the Colts, Jack Conklin to the Browns, Byron Jones to the Dolphins, and more. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Danny Kelly
March 15, 2020
After 10 months of negotiations, the NFL Players Association has approved a new collective bargaining agreement, which will administer its relationship with the league for the next 11 years. We clarify what the deal entails, including a rise in player minimum salaries, an extra regular-season game, a padded practice limit, and much more (0:35). Then we discuss the Ravens' trade for Calais Campbell, and Ryan Tannehill’s extension with the Titans (13:50).  Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Danny Heifetz
March 12, 2020
We take a big-picture look at free agency, including the players on the open market who impress us the most, guys we’re not talking about who will make an impact, and 2020 bold predictions (1:30). Then we discuss the impending CBA vote, what both the NFL and players have learned from past bargaining agreements, the potential switch to 17 games, and varying players' opinions on the deal (34:50). Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Sheil Kapadia and Andrew Brandt
March 11, 2020
We start with a quick discussion about some NFL contract misconceptions before taking a look at the upcoming free agency free-for-all through a fantasy lens, examining the big names set to potentially join new teams—and how that could affect the fantasy landscape—and also dole out some of our favorite fantasy matches made in heaven. Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
March 6, 2020
Boston Globe’s Nora Princiotti calls in to give the inside scoop on the current state of the Tom Brady–Patriots relationship (0:55). Then Yahoo Sports senior NFL writer Terez Paylor joins the show to discuss how Brady's landing spot will affect the rest of the league. Plus, the most underrated players to look out for in free agency this offseason, how Tua's health shapes the future of the top five teams in the draft, and the future of the Chiefs (20:50).  Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Nora Princiotti and Terez Paylor
March 3, 2020
From a hotel room in Indianapolis, Danny and Danny offer their initial takeaways from a star-studded NFL combine. We start by discussing Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa’s promising medical examination, then break down the elite potential of guys like Alabama wide receiver Henry Ruggs III and Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor, and many more. Hosts: Danny Heifetz and Danny Kelly
February 27, 2020
On Tuesday night, NFL owners and the NFLPA met for hours to try to reach a new collective bargaining agreement. We discuss what this new deal could mean for the 2020 NFL season (1:15). Then, Danny Kelly highlights some exciting players who have risen in his NFL Draft Guide and lists the top players at each major position he’s most interested in watching at the combine (9:20). Finally, we offer up our dream landing spots for the top prospects in the draft (32:20). Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Danny Kelly
February 25, 2020
We pick the draft guru Danny Kelly’s brain about his key fantasy-relevant draft prospects to monitor at this year’s combine. We run through some guys who could gain a lot of buzz and boost their stock by either blowing up the event's athletic events or—in the case of Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa—nailing their medical checks. Plus, we’ll throw out a few names of sleepers to keep your eye on at each fantasy-relevant position.  Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
February 20, 2020
We discuss the teams that will define this offseason whether it’s because they hold top-five draft picks, have a large amount of cap space, or are in a transition period. We lead with the Dallas Cowboys, a team with an unsigned star quarterback and wide receiver, and the Miami Dolphins, who have the ability to take control of the NFL draft. Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
February 18, 2020
We couldn’t wait, so we created our official (but not really) top-25 fantasy football rankings for the 2020 season. We discuss players we like a little too much as well as the guys we just don’t get the hype for, headlined by Danny Heifetz ranking Saquon Barkley ninth overall. Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
February 13, 2020
We answer listener questions about the most fun landing spots for high-profile free agents like Tom Brady, Cam Newton, and Dak Prescott, under-the-radar impact free agents, the two players we would start a team from scratch with, and more (1:10). Then, fresh off a Super Bowl victory, All-Pro Chiefs offensive tackle Mitchell Schwartz joins the show to talk about how they celebrated, what it’s like to play with Patrick Mahomes, and playing for Andy Reid (38:45). Host: Robert Mays Guests: Danny Heifetz and Mitchell Schwartz
February 12, 2020
Today we’re transporting ourselves back to the preseason to look at who ended up being the biggest surprises and disappointments of this season as well as to speculate on the reasons why each player's success was either bolstered or stifled. We talk about sleepers who paid off like Chris Godwin and Austin Ekeler, and players who burned us like Baker Mayfield, Odell Beckham Jr., and Adam Thielen. Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
February 3, 2020
Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs delivered Kyle Shanahan his second blown Super Bowl lead in three years and Andy Reid cemented his Hall of Fame legacy as one of the best coaches of all time. We break down our biggest takeaways from the game, including how the Chiefs mounted yet another comeback, standout players on both sides of the ball, Kyle Shanahan becoming the new Andy Reid, San Francisco’s future, and more. Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
January 31, 2020
DK and Craig touch on the array of athletes and celebrity sightings from radio row in Miami before we talk about which players we like in the Super Bowl for daily fantasy and, more importantly, why we like them. We discuss things like Mahomes inside and outside the pocket, how the Chiefs utilize Travis Kelce, Jimmy Garoppolo’s passing outlook, and more. Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
January 30, 2020
We make the case for both the 49ers and the Chiefs to win the Super Bowl, touching on how to slow down Patrick Mahomes, what the 49ers can do offensively to keep up with the Chiefs, how motion will play a huge role in this game, how Travis Kelce will be defended, and the 49ers' offensive game plan. Then we offer our picks on who will win. Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
January 29, 2020
NFL analyst Warren Sharp sits down with us on radio row to talk about Kyle Shanahan and Andy Reid trying to outsmart one another, the weaknesses and strengths on both sides of the ball for each team, what will swing this game, each team's most underrated unit, and more. Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark Guests: Warren Sharp
January 28, 2020
We give our takeaways from Super Bowl LIV’s opening night, aka media night, including Patrick Mahomes's comfort in the spotlight, underrated impact players like San Francisco's Kyle Juszczyk and Kansas City’s Sammy Watkins, what we would like to see from Jimmy G, and more. Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
January 27, 2020
We’re live at radio row in Miami to break down the most interesting matchups in the Super Bowl. We analyze how the 49ers will defend the Chiefs’ elite speed, and how the Chiefs will handle the 49ers' relentless run game. We talk Kyle Shanahan’s Belichickian coaching preparation, each team's X factor, prop bets, Miami as a Super Bowl host, and more. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Danny Kelly and Rodger Sherman
January 23, 2020
Danny Kelly calls in from Mobile, Alabama to give us his scouting report on the top seniors in college football after spending the week at the Senior Bowl (0:50) Then, we list the 10 reasons why we’re excited for the Super Bowl, kicking it off with the most fascinating coaching matchup in years (20:00). Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark Guests: Danny Kelly
January 20, 2020
The 49ers leave no doubt as to whether they are the best team in the NFC by dominating the Packers and throwing the ball only eight times (2:40). They will face Patrick Mahomes and a potent Kansas City Chiefs offense who outperformed an impressive Titans team. Plus Richard Sherman’s Twitter pettiness continues to delight us (21:45). Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
January 17, 2020
We dive deep into each of the two games this weekend while highlighting the players to bet on and avoid. Then we build our daily fantasy lineup for the conference championships. Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
January 16, 2020
At 28 years old, the league’s best linebacker, Luke Kuechly, has retired. Meanwhile, the open coaching positions are getting filled, with Kevin Stefanski headed to the Browns and LSU offensive coordinator Joe Brady heading to Carolina (2:35). Then we preview the Titans-Chiefs and Packers-49ers conference championships matchups (28:30). Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
January 13, 2020
The Seahawks participated in yet another abnormal football game in their loss to the Packers, which featured a clutch Aaron Rodgers performance. Then we break down the Chiefs' historic 24-point comeback against the Texans (2:00). Next, we appreciate the incredible Titans' win over the Ravens and the 49ers taking care of business against the Vikings (22:50). Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
January 10, 2020
We break down the players to bet on and stay away from in each game of this weekend’s divisional round (4:00), before Danny Heifetz’s grandmother joins to talk about over 50 years of Giants fandom, the most attractive QB of all time, and her bone to pick with Pete Carroll (43:40) Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck Guest: Danny’s Grandma
January 9, 2020
Wasting no time at all, the Cowboys have hired Mike McCarthy as their new head coach, the Giants hired Patriots special teams coordinator/wide receivers coach Joe Judge, and the Panthers hired Baylor head coach Matt Rhule (1:25). Then we preview a divisional round featuring four heavy home favorites, highlighting the Titans taking on Lamar and the Ravens, and Russell Wilson heading to Lambeau to face the Packers (25:45). Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
January 6, 2020
After nine straight seasons, Tom Brady and the Patriots played in a wild-card game and lost to the Titans. Speculation has begun on whether or not this is the end of the Brady–Bill Belichick era (2:17). Next, we express disappointment over not predicting this Vikings performance, and express confusion over the refs’ refusal to call pass interference on the final play (33:20). Finally, we break down the Seahawks’ win over the Eagles and the wild Bills-Texans ending (43:20). Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
January 3, 2020
We offer a comprehensive breakdown of each wild-card game this weekend and highlight the players to start and avoid, including cheaper options to help fill your lineup. Then, we hear about a new fantasy football playoff format before building our daily fantasy lineup. Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck Guest: Bill Simmons
January 2, 2020
First, we participate in the rumors and gossip from across the league’s front offices, lead by Jason Garrett’s peculiar place in Cowboys purgatory (1:50). Then we break down each game from wild-card weekend (21:50). Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
December 30, 2019
The NFC playoff picture (02:00), the Patriots drop one to the Dolphins (25:45), Joe Burrow in the NFL (43:30), and Jameis Winston caps off a historic season (51:45).
December 27, 2019
Although most fantasy leagues have ended, we are here to help you compose a winning Week 17 daily fantasy lineup and maneuver you through a week of teams resting players. We also debate whether or not the Panthers should bench Christian McCaffrey, start only players in the Falcons-Bucs game, and start Robert Griffin III.  Host: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
December 26, 2019
It’s the holiday season, and we celebrate by giving out our season-long awards, including MVP (spoiler: It’s Lamar Jackson), non-quarterback MVP, Defensive Player of the Year, Coach of the Year, Executive of the Year (3:50), Assistant of the Year, Defensive Rookie of the Year, personnel move of the year, game of the year, and play of the year (33:15). Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
December 24, 2019
To close out the 2019 fantasy football season, we give out some season superlatives, including the Most Valuable Pick, Comeback Player of the Year, Waiver Wire League Winner, and the infamous Cool Uncle award. Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
December 23, 2019
After a demoralizing Cowboys loss to the Eagles, it looks like we are finally witnessing the end of the Jason Garrett era (0:25). Then, a Stock Up led by the New England Patriots, who look a little closer to the Patriots of old, and a Stock Down led by a Steelers team in desperate need of offense (7:30). We then spotlight Michael Thomas’s record-breaking season (40:20). Host: Kevin Clark Guests: Danny Heifetz and Danny Kelly
December 20, 2019
We highlight the high-priced players to bet big on, tell you why Lamar Jackson is worth it this week (and every week), and offer up some midrange players (7:20) before we help your wallet with the bargain bin players of the week and build our Week 16 daily fantasy lineups (29:35). Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
December 19, 2019
To lead off the show, we talk about Tom Coughlin’s recent firing from the Jaguars front office, and the pointlessness of Pro Bowl selections (0:40). Then, a Take Shop about players publicly voting for the Pro Bowl and prohibiting the franchise tag for players over 30 years old (12:45) before we get to the three biggest games of the week, headlined by Packers vs. Vikings (25:30). Finally, resident Philadelphian Chris Ryan joins the show to review the disappointing Eagles season and talk Carson Wentz (47:40). Host: Kevin Clark Guests: Rodger Sherman, Danny Kelly, and Chris Ryan
December 17, 2019
It’s championship week, and we offer up our top players to add off of waivers after going over a few significant Week 15 injuries (4:40). Then we highlight some key players who might be on your start-sit bubble this week and help you decide which way to lean (16:00). Finally, Bill Simmons joins the show to talk about his recent playoff loss, why fantasy is about pain and suffering, rule changes, and Bill’s playoff fantasy league (46:45). Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
December 16, 2019
Kevin traveled up to the Bay Area to watch the Raiders play their last game in Oakland. He talks about witnessing one of the most storied fan bases in sports support their team one last time (0:38). Then, a Stock Up led by the 10-win Buffalo Bills (10:30) and a Stock Down led by a disappointing 49ers loss (35:45), before we break down why we are excited about the duo of Kyler Murray and Kliff Kingsbury, as well as the best rookie wide receivers across the league (48:00). Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Danny Heifetz and Danny Kelly
December 13, 2019
We offer up the best and worst daily fantasy bets for the weekend, including Danny Heifetz’s courageous recommendation to sit Patrick Mahomes and start David Blough (2:00). Then we pick our middle-range sweet-spot players and bargain buys of the week before assembling our daily fantasy lineup for Week 15 (24:20). Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
December 12, 2019
The Patriots' “scandal” has come and gone. Why aren’t we as upset at New England as before? Then, who advanced analytics is telling us should be the MVP and why they’re wrong (0:30). Next, a take shop about legalizing sideline spying (11:50) before we preview the biggest three games of the week headlined by the Rams vs. Cowboys (27:50). Finally, we speculate about which coaches Jerry Jones will look to hire (Lincoln Riley and Urban Meyer) if and when Jason Garrett gets fired (48:00).  Host: Kevin Clark  Guests: Rodger Sherman, Danny Kelly, and Bryan Curtis
December 10, 2019
Week 14 witnessed a catastrophic slate of injuries across the fantasy landscape. On today’s show we map out how to salvage your team at every position. Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
December 9, 2019
A little over one year ago, we witnessed what felt like a new era of football after watching the Rams and Chiefs score over 100 points in an epic offensive showcase. Today, the Saints and 49ers proved this new era was no fluke (0:40). Then, a Stock Up lead by a strong Chiefs win over the Patriots, as well as a huge day for rookie QB Drew Lock (9:20), and a Stock Down lead by a disappointing and bizarre Seahawks loss, before predicting tomorrow's headlines (30:30). Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Danny Heifetz
December 6, 2019
We invest our daily fantasy cash on three Tennessee Titans, debate whether we should buy or sell Leonard Fournette, disclose a few sleepers at tight end, and Danny Heifetz makes the case for the one and only Eli Manning (4:00) before we assemble our daily fantasy lineup for Week 14 (37:45). Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
December 5, 2019
Ron Rivera is the first coach to be fired in the 2019 season. We analyze why he wasn't the right fit in Panthers owner David Tepper’s plans for the team (1:45). Then, a Take Shop about the Titans' potential (25:00) before we get into a stacked slate of games, highlighted by the Patriots hosting the Chiefs, and our quick pick for 'Thursday Night Football' (33:15). Host: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
December 3, 2019
As we head into the first round of the fantasy football playoffs, we highlight the standout performances from Week 13 (looking at you, Devante Parker), note the injuries from the weekend, and recommend our top adds (3:15). Then we discuss the players who are fool's gold in this week's Deceiving Yards and pick our streamers of the week, before wrapping up with a rousing edition of Fantasy Court (26:45). Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
December 2, 2019
After a loss to the Texans, is it finally time to worry about the Patriots? We also discuss where the Texans sit among AFC contenders after Sunday night’s win (2:00). Then, we give our takeaways from the Ravens-49ers game before getting to Stock Up, led by the sneaky Bills and surging Titans, (23:15) and Stock Down, led by the Eagles. Finally, we throw challenge flags on the NFC East and predict tomorrow’s headlines (45:50). Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
November 29, 2019
We invest our daily fantasy money into Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs offense this week, debate whether or not to use any Rams players against the Cardinals, buy in on the new-look Bengals with old faithful Andy Dalton, and offer up our bargain-bin players of the week before building our daily fantasy lineup for Week 13. Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
November 27, 2019
It’s Thanksgiving week, and we celebrate by answering listener questions on all things NFL, including the biggest surprise of this season, Freddie Kitchens's future in Cleveland, trading Sean McVay, sending Tom Brady to the Chargers, Drew Brees’s legacy, how the Titans can be anything better than average, and more! Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
November 26, 2019
We make sense of fantasy football’s newest superstar Ryan Tannehill and take the time to recognize Christian McCaffrey's and Derrick Henry's amazing seasons (3:15). Then we list the injuries from Week 12 and highlight the top waiver pickups for this week (11:00), discuss Rashaad Penny’s breakout after Chris Carson’s fumble-palooza, and pick our streamers of the week (30:40) before ESPN's Mina Kimes drops by for a special edition of Fantasy Court (49:15). Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck Guest: Mina Kimes
November 25, 2019
The Cowboys continue to underperform despite having one of the best rosters in the league and it’s time for a coaching change (0:30). Then, Stock Up led by the Seahawks’ win over the Eagles, Stock Down led by the Packers’ embarrassing performance in San Francisco, a challenge flag on tripping, and tomorrow’s headlines (18:30). Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
November 22, 2019
We break down the fantasy implications from the highly anticipated Cowboys-Patriots game and discuss whom you should actually start against New England's stout defense (3:00). Then we buy tons of stock in the Browns against Miami, find a secret gem at tight end, and build our daily fantasy lineup for the weekend (19:30). Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
November 21, 2019
The MVP award is predictable at this point, and Lamar Jackson and Russell Wilson are running away with it. Is it fair that a non-QB is essentially ineligible to win each year? Also, how good does a quarterback’s team need to be to qualify them for the award? (1:30). Then, a Brian Flores–themed Take Shop, the biggest three games of the week, and a 'Thursday Night Football' preview (38:15). Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
November 19, 2019
Lamar Jackson is on track to best Patrick Mahomes's incredible 2018 fantasy breakout (01:30) Plus, we break down the injury landscape (05:15), help you get through the final bye week (13:30), and discuss what to make of Josh Allen's mistake-free day (20:45). Then we adjudicate the case of how much trash talk is too much trash talk (33:30).
November 18, 2019
The guys discuss how the most anticipated quarterback matchup of Week 11 turned one-sided as Lamar Jackson and the Ravens proved they’re as complete as any team in the NFL (0:29). Plus, a Stock Up led by the Vikings’ incredible comeback and an impressive division win for the Colts (12:16), before a Stock Down headlined by the Bears’ struggles, the Eagles’ waning playoff chances, and how Tua Tagovailoa’s injury affects the tanking race (23:11). Finally, they throw a pair of challenge flags on the NFL’s pass interference rule and the Washington football franchise (47:07). Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
November 15, 2019
Browns defensive end Myles Garrett was ejected from Thursday's game against the Steelers for swinging a helmet at Pittsburgh quarterback Mason Rudolph. The NFL has suspended Garrett indefinitely, with a minimum of at least this regular season and playoffs. We provide initial reactions, context, and analysis from the incident. Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
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