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2019 most accurate fantasy football draft expert, Sean Koerner of The Action Network, is with us while we share our thoughts on which athletes will rise up draft boards between now and the start of the season. Tyrod Taylor (10:29) may benefit from the impact COVID-19 might have on the NFL's 2020 rookie class and James Conner (23:53) seems primed to be a big-time producer. The show closes with a fun, fantasy football trivia game named Fantasy Odd Man Out (55:05).
We chat with Davis Mattek of SportsGrid about which undervalued players boast some seriously high potential this season. D.K. Metcalf (12:35) carries top-10 WR upside for a borderline WR2/3 price and the guys discuss who carries more league-winning potential between Ronald Jones and Ke'Shawn Vaughn (25:37). What exactly could we expect from Tony Pollard (39:07) if anything happened to Ezekiel Elliott and have we overestimated the impact CeeDee Lamb would have on Michael Gallup's (49:51) value?
Chris Raybon of The Action Network is on with us for our latest mock draft! Who do each of the guys select in the first round (4:19)? Will Cooper Kupp (18:02) finish as a top-10 WR again, who is Houston's top wideout between Brandin Cooks and Will Fuller (33:33), and is DeSean Jackson (48:19) primed to lead the Eagles in air yards? Stay tuned all the way through to see who came out on top!
We break down every single mid-round RB and share our insight on who we prefer and which backs we'd rather stay away from. Can Devin Singletary (10:15) overcome his lack of opportunity and does Raheem Mostert (28:01) have RB1 upside? Later on, our trio examines how Cam Newton (41:57) might fare in New England and they end the show by analyzing each coaching change in the NFL (56:14) and how they will impact their team's respective offenses and fantasy football as a result.
Joe Pisapia, author of the best-selling Fantasy Black Book series, is with us as we shine light on the players you should avoid in drafts. Is Alvin Kamara (3:59) worthy of a top-five selection despite the questions surrounding him and does Todd Gurley's (21:45) injury history make him undraftable at his current price? Will the 49ers fall flat this season and crush Raheem Mostert's (33:41) value as a result and does the Rams' scheme make it impossible for Cooper Kupp (55:46) to live up to his lofty ADP?
Pat Fitzmaurice, host of the Fitz on Fantasy Podcast, is with us today as we dig deep into the first round and examine each player that might be taken. Is Lamar Jackson (3:26) the first overall pick over Christian McCaffrey in superflex leagues and is it smart to take Travis Kelce (37:45) at the turn? We then share some insight on our favorite players to target in the late rounds. Should Laviska Shenault (44:24) be taken late and is Breshad Perriman (1:00:33) primed to seize his opportunity with the Jets?
On today's show we examine which athletes have the widest range of outcomes. Does it make sense to draft Derrick Henry (3:45) and Josh Jacobs (5:09) in the first round and can Courtland Sutton (37:11) boom on sheer talent alone? Our second segment is devoted to analyzing which players are currently the most undervalued in dynasty drafts (44:19). Is it silly that Jordan Howard (47:28) is going outside the first 10 rounds in dynasty drafts and is Jonnu Smith (1:00:41) a league-winning hidden gem?
We're throwing caution to the wind and getting crazy! Our trio shares their top fantasy hot takes heading into the season and predicts the chances of those coming to fruition. Will Gardner Minshew (10:46) play well enough for the Jags to commit to him as their franchise signal-caller, what are the odds that Justin Jackson (23:22) out-touches Austin Ekeler, and is Aaron Rodgers (35:34) ready to bounce back and produce top-three QB numbers?
We are joined by our friend, Jared Smola of DraftSharks, and spend the hour sharing insight on our most overvalued and undervalued players at each position. The show starts off with the trio diving into the impact of Ezekiel Elliott's (1:05) COVID-19 diagnosis. Will Raheem Mostert (5:04) struggle to repeat his solid production down the stretch last year, is Kenny Golladay (21:07) primed to regress, and does David Johnson (38:57) still have gas left in the tank?
The guys are back for another fantasy football mock! Bobby once again gets the first overall pick while Tags and Yates are at third and fourth overall, respectively. Who does Tags choose in the first round between Ezekiel Elliott, Michael Thomas, and Alvin Kamara (3:56), how much upside does Kareem Hunt (23:32) have, and is Corey Davis (29:10) this year's DeVante Parker? Listen all the way through to hear who comes out on top!
We've got all four analysts on for today's special 500th episode! We jump right into the fun with an intense game of Fantasy Feud where Tags faces off against not one, but two adversaries (4:08)! Do Dan and Yates give Tags his first loss, or will Tags claim another victory against two more foes? The back half of the show features a spelling competition involving some of the NFL's most tricky names (26:39)! Stay tuned to see Bobby, Tags, and Yates compete for the first-ever FantasyPros Spelling Bee title.
On today's show, our trio gives you the lowdown on which five players they each expect to bounce back after a disappointing 2019 campaign. Will A.J. Green (8:15) return to being a pillar of consistency or will a significantly lower target share impair his value? Can David Montgomery (21:53) and the Bears' offense only go up after hitting rock-bottom last year and was a low touchdown rate the only thing that prevented Aaron Rodgers (49:15) from being a top-five QB last season?
Our good friend Joe Pisapia, author of the Fantasy Black Book series, is back as we break down our favorite breakout candidates for 2020. How high can fantasy owners still feel comfortable grabbing Kenyan Drake (5:09) and what are the risks that come with selecting Raheem Mostert (24:43)? Also, why does Calvin Ridley (32:02) have the potential to be a WR1 in fantasy and what sets Joe Burrow (1:02:05) apart from the average rookie QB?
We're back to give you our top 10 early fades heading into the 2020 season. Cleveland's run-heavy offense may cap Austin Hooper's (5:06) target load and Emmanuel Sanders (20:36) might lack the boom upside that fantasy owners may be seeking from him. Plus, playing in an offense that is set to regress isn't the only issue facing Austin Ekeler (40:26) and Cooper Kupp (58:11) could be a casualty of the Rams' scheme.
The band is back together with the return of Kyle Yates! Together, our trio dives headfirst into a dynasty mock draft, giving you the skinny on who they're picking and why at every step of the way. Can fantasy owners feel comfortable with D.J. Chark (12:57) as their WR1, does Tarik Cohen (25:14) offer a solid floor no matter who the QB is in Chicago, and are dynasty drafters sleeping on Tua Tagovailoa (40:02)? Stay tuned to hear which analyst assembled the best team!
We are joined today by the hilarious Jason Moore of The Fantasy Footballers to examine which wide receivers the industry is too high or low on. Does Marquise Brown (9:16) have league-winning upside and is Michael Gallup (23:08) actually above CeeDee Lamb in Dallas' pecking order? Plus, will Allen Robinson (38:37) fall short of expectations and is it wise to doubt Odell Beckham (48:49) heading into 2020?
Today we're joined by Justin Boone of theScore to analyze which tailbacks are too low or high on the latest expert consensus rankings. Is Jonathan Taylor (7:24) a better bet for fantasy production than Austin Ekeler (3:06) this year, are people exaggerating Zack Moss' impact on Devin Singletary's (18:00) production, and will Derrick Henry (42:14) maintain last year's second-half surge heading into 2020?
'Tis the season for dynasty, folks. As such, we analyze each NFL team's most undervalued player in dynasty drafts. Do the Cardinals view Kenyan Drake (4:29) as their long-term answer at RB and why is Robby Anderson (16:19) being so heavily underrated? Plus, are the Packers ready to turn Marquez Valdes-Scantling (33:07) loose in the slot and is Jamison Crowder (53:44) destined to be the Jets' top WR?
Our friend Joe Pisapia, author of the Fantasy Black Book series, has returned to seek revenge against undefeated Mike Tagliere in our latest game of Fantasy Feud. Will Joe finally knock Tags off his throne, or will Tags defeat Joe yet again? Listen all the way through to find out!
On today's show, we shed light on our latest WR and TE rankings with our guest, Joe Dolan of Fantasy Points. What does the selection of CeeDee Lamb mean for Amari Cooper's (7:53) value, how should we evaluate Calvin Ridley (21:58) heading into his third season, and what is Robert Woods' (35:01) ceiling now that Brandin Cooks is gone? Plus, is Austin Hooper (53:24) being heavily underrated or will Kevin Stefanski's scheme kill his value?
Heath Cummings of CBS Sports is on with us today for an early analysis of our RB and QB rankings. Is Chris Carson (2:52) locked in as a top-10 back or will Rashaad Penny finally steal his thunder? Who has the edge in Tampa Bay between Ronald Jones (21:59) and Ke'Shawn Vaughn and is Tom Brady (43:24) underrated heading into the 2020 season? Lastly, how much value does Tyrod Taylor (50:49) offer in superflex leagues?
The schedule is here and football is on its way back! Our trio scours the calendar in search of the best Week 1 streamers (3:48), the top potential fantasy playoff performers (18:55), and their favorite matchups heading into the new season (24:57). Derek Carr (4:21) may be worth a late-round pick due to his Week 1 opponent, Carson Wentz (18:55) appears to have a string of nice matchups during the fantasy postseason, and Davante Adams (21:32) might face the softest schedule among all wide receivers.
The most accurate expert from 2015-17, Sean Koerner of The Action Network, competes against Bobby and Tags in our latest mock draft episode! Who should be taken at fifth overall between Alvin Kamara and Dalvin Cook (4:41), does Odell Beckham (11:16) present great value in the third round after a lackluster 2019 season, and is Ronald Jones (38:09) extremely undervalued right now? Listen all the way through to find out who drafted the best team!
Our very own Kyle Yates is back on with us today as our trio performs a rookie mock draft while analyzing each and every pick. Who's the top overall rookie selection between Jonathan Taylor and Clyde Edwards-Helaire (3:07) and why should dynasty owners be concerned about Justin Jefferson (20:00)? Also, does Cam Akers (33:14) carry more upside than Ke'Shawn Vaughn (32:20) and is Darryton Evans (43:46) primed to be the workhorse in Tennessee if Derrick Henry leaves next season?
On today's show, Jeff Ratcliffe from Pro Football Focus competes against Bobby and Tags in a fun best ball mock draft. The festivities begin with Bobby taking Michael Thomas (3:10) at third overall, but is that too high for him? Plus, what's the difference between Jonathan Taylor (10:25) and Nick Chubb, does Henry Ruggs III (33:57) make more sense for Las Vegas than most think, and is DeSean Jackson (45:12) disposable now that Jalen Reagor is in Philly?
We have returned after an exciting NFL Draft weekend to break down each team's picks and determine who made the best selections. Why might Denzel Mims (6:22) be primed to be fantasy football's top rookie wideout and will Devin Singletary keep his job with Zack Moss (13:15) in town? Who figures to be the Raiders' top receiver between Bryan Edwards (30:19) and Henry Ruggs III and is Ke'Shawn Vaughn (58:32) Tampa Bay's Week 1 starter?
J.J. Zachariason, author of The Late-Round Quarterback, joins us for a super-sized draft focused episode today! We spend most of the show breaking down the players we are most intrigued by heading into the big event. Is Jonathan Taylor (3:21) truly comparable to Ezekiel Elliott (4:43) and which other QB might have a higher ceiling than Joe Burrow (44:17)? We finish off the show with some fun, quick-hitting predictions (1:03:28) on how things may shake out during the draft.
On today's episode, we're showing off our addictive new Perfect Draft feature at fantasypros.com/perfectdraft. Listen as Tags and Bobby go head-to-head to see who can draft the best roster based on last season's stats and stick around to see who walked away with the better squad. Think you can nail the perfect draft? Be one of the first to give our newest feature a ride!
Jordan McNamara, author of The Analytics of Dynasty, is with us for our last mock draft before the big event next week! The Chargers move up to the third overall pick to snag their franchise quarterback (4:11) and who is the first wideout taken off the board between Henry Ruggs III, Jerry Jeudy and CeeDee Lamb (18:54), and is it really possible that the Falcons select an RB in the first two rounds after recently acquiring Todd Gurley (1:03:05)?
We've got a special show in store for you today! All four of our podcast hosts are together to take part in a sports movie draft. Who has the best list? Does your favorite sports film get taken? Listen all the way through to find out!
Dan Harris makes his return to the pod and hosts a fun and exciting showdown between Bobby and Tags in our latest edition of Fantasy Feud! Is Bobby ready to hand the defending champion his first ever loss, or will Tags stay hot and claim yet another victim? Listen all the way until the end to find out!
You're in for a treat today with a fun-filled NFL mock draft packed with a plethora of interesting trades. The craziness ensues immediately with the Bengals trading away the first overall pick to Las Vegas for a massive haul (1:42)! Which signal-caller do the Patriots take to replace Tom Brady (34:04) and does Pittsburgh use their second-round pick on a future franchise quarterback or a running back who can contribute instantly (59:59)?
Our trio breaks down their favorite comps and landing spots for each notable prospect and sheds some light on what their fantasy value could look like on those teams. Is Tennessee gearing up to grab Jonathan Taylor (5:28) and will Henry Ruggs III (22:21) be more comparable to star WR Tyreek Hill or draft bust John Ross? Would Justin Jefferson (33:46) have more fantasy value in New Orleans or Philadelphia and do the Bengals have enough weapons for Joe Burrow (51:55) to be a viable fantasy QB in 2020?
Derek Brown of FantasyData is on with us as we recap the most fantasy-relevant moves from the first week of NFL Free Agency. Is Kenyan Drake (8:26) the biggest winner of the DeAndre Hopkins/David Johnson (4:28) deal and what does Tom Brady's (14:27) arrival in Tampa Bay mean for both the Buccaneers' and the Patriots' receivers? Where do we rank Todd Gurley (36:05) now that he's in Atlanta and how does the Broncos' backfield shake out now that Melvin Gordon (42:16) has been added to the mix?
Danny Kelly from The Ringer is on with us as we perform another first-round mock of this year's NFL Draft. What is Jerry Jeudy's (25:23) fantasy potential if he lands in Las Vegas and would Henry Ruggs III (32:50) be a mid-round target for fantasy owners if the Broncos take him? Finally, will a high-risk, high-reward signal-caller like Jordan Love (49:07) pick up from where Tom Brady left off in New England?
We've got the skinny on all the major fantasy-relevant transactions that have taken place in free agency so far. Is Tom Brady (4:36) set up to succeed in Tampa Bay and how do the values of David Johnson and DeAndre Hopkins (6:30) change after the Texans and Cardinals swapped them? Does Austin Hooper's (30:58) arrival in Cleveland spell the end of David Njoku's tenure with the Browns and how far has John Brown's fantasy value fallen now that Stefon Diggs (37:51) is in Buffalo?
We've got a dynasty mock draft in store for you guys today! Tags decides between Davante Adams and DeAndre Hopkins (3:02) at fourth overall and Kyle invests in Chris Godwin (4:02) at seventh overall. Why should fantasy owners put their faith in David Montgomery (12:15) in dynasty drafts despite his forgettable rookie campaign? Plus, would it be foolish to forget about Jalen Hurd (29:09)? Listen to the end to hear whose team graded out better!
Jason Moore of The Fantasy Footballers has come aboard with us to break down where the biggest free agents will be heading and how those destinations will affect their fantasy value. Where do Melvin Gordon (3:59) and Derrick Henry (8:40) wind up and is it time for dynasty leaguers to proactively trade for Amari Cooper (23:54)? Will Tom Brady (34:31) don a different uniform in 2020 or is a return to New England imminent?
We've got a very special show with none other than NFL wide receivers Terrell Owens and Matthew Hatchette. Getcha Popcorn Ready because we've got laughs to go along with insight that only these guys can bring. Does Tony Romo belong in the Hall of Fame (7:23) and who is the best receiver in the game right now (12:18)? What happened when T.O. was asked to work out with Jerry Jeudy (19:36)? You won't want to miss what the guys have to say and be sure to tune into their new podcast, Getcha Popcorn Ready.
We've got Trevor Sikkema from The Draft Network on the pod today as we perform a mock draft of the first round in the 2020 NFL Draft. Follow along pick by pick for in-depth analysis of each selection. Who does Cincinnati grab first overall (2:43) and is Isaiah Simmons (6:45) the impact player the Lions need? Where does Tua Tagovailoa (14:23) go and do the Jaguars reach for an athletic freak who can put their defense back on the map (36:16)?
Paul Perdichizzi, co-host of the Saturday2Sunday Football Podcast, joins us as we discuss which players saw their draft stock rise and fall the most during the NFL Combine. Justin Jefferson (3:37) appears to be more versatile than most initially thought and A.J. Dillon (25:41) should bolt up draft boards after a very strong combine. Also, was Jalen Reagor's (46:11) slower-than-expected 40-time truly indicative of his real speed?
Travis May from RotoViz has returned to discuss the wide receivers and tight ends who might be most impactful for fantasy owners. Is Jalen Reagor (5:31) the most athletic receiver in this class, why might Justin Jefferson (16:47) compare to Davante Adams in the NFL, and how come Albert Okwuegbunam's (23:55) performance dipped so much in 2019? Be on the lookout for our full combine review as well, which drops early next week.
We are joined by Travis May of RotoViz today to analyze which running backs and quarterbacks might have the greatest future fantasy impact. Does Clyde Edwards-Helaire (6:18) have the potential to be the top back in this class, what are the concerns surrounding J.K. Dobbins (13:14), and would Tua Tagovailoa (27:55) have been the best consensus rookie quarterback if not for his injuries?
We're back with Matt Waldman, the creator of the Rookie Scouting Portfolio, and today we set out to discuss which WRs and TEs we will be on the lookout for throughout the NFL Combine. What would a solid showing at the combine do to Justin Jefferson's (4:40) stock and what makes Michael Pittman (14:37) such an intriguing prospect? Plus, can Thaddeus Moss (27:52) excel at the next level?
Matt Waldman, creator of Rookie Scouting Portfolio, is on with us today to go over which RBs and QBs we should be watching closely during the NFL Combine. How much can Zack Moss (10:58) boost his draft stock with a strong combine and what concerns do we have regarding this draft's top consensus back, D'Andre Swift (17:33)? Also, what is the importance of the combine for quarterbacks and which passers are expected to have the best performance or be impacted the most by their combine showing (28:45)?
The guys break down last season's biggest breakouts and whether their production is sustainable heading into 2020. Can Derrick Henry (4:40) reach 2,000 rushing yards, how high should Austin Ekeler (16:36) be taken, and is Courtland Sutton (19:21) now a bona fide WR1? We later dive into the listener mailbag (35:40) and tackle a plethora of interesting questions, like how to keep people engaged in redraft leagues all season long (36:52) or whether timers for people in offline drafts is a good idea (54:10)?
Our new analyst, Kyle Yates, makes his debut as a member of the FantasyPros squad by sharing his thoughts with the guys on the most interesting stats from last season. Is Lamar Jackson primed to regress in 2020 (3:50) and what do we make of Curtis Samuel (18:01) after a perplexing 2019 campaign? Should we start viewing Ryan Tannehill (38:15) as an elite QB and can his top wideout, A.J. Brown (50:16), sustain his production from last season?
The Super Bowl is just days away and we've got Ian Hartitz on the show to talk about all our favorite prop bets heading into the big event. Will the two teams hit the over or under (3:21) and is Emmanuel Sanders bound to have more than 2.5 receptions (10:50)? With the potential for a big return, is it smart to wager on Deebo Samuel scoring the first touchdown (14:09)? As with any Super Bowl, there are more than a few non-sporting related props that are always entertaining (26:11).
The Super Bowl is just days away, but it's never too early to start thinking about the next fantasy football season. We've brought in NFL Network's Adam Rank to have some fun as we think through the prospects of what our 2020 fantasy team could look like. How early do you take Michael Thomas (3:35) and has the tight end position proven that you need to take one in the first two rounds (7:38)? Odell Beckham Jr. (10:19) and JuJu Smith-Schuster (11:55) are the perfect bounce-back candidates.
Jared Smola from DraftSharks has returned to fully analyze both conference championship games with us. Together, we identify the weekend's top DFS plays from the two-game slate. Is it wise to take a chance on Sammy Watkins (11:44) if you need to save money, how much better of an RB play is Derrick Henry (22:41) than the rest of the field, and can Jamaal Williams (44:32) pay dividends as a GPP option?
Joe Holka from The Fantasy Footballers has come back to break down this week's best DFS plays with us. Are either Jimmy Garoppolo and Kirk Cousins (5:06) worth using in your lineups and what should we do with Derrick Henry (22:27)? Can Deshaun Watson (37:30) break the slate against the Chiefs' solid defense and is it wise to use Davante Adams (55:01) in cash games?
The guys are back to bring you a taste of their early rankings for the 2020 season and we've got Justin Boone from theScore with us to shed light on his rankings as well. Where should you take Derrick Henry (8:21) after his huge second half, how high up can Michael Thomas (22:44) be drafted, and would it be smart to trust Odell Beckham (28:07) again? Is Lamar Jackson (45:40) primed to be a first-round fantasy selection and can Kyler Murray (50:53) make a big second-year leap?
Chris Raybon of The Action Network is back with us as we dive into our top DFS plays for Wild Card Weekend. How much risk does Devin Singletary (9:27) carry this week and is a big game in the cards for Cole Beasley (15:28)? Can Tom Brady (23:57) prove to be a safe cash game option or is he primed to bottom out? Also, how much upside do Adam Theilen (46:28) and D.K. Metcalf (59:47) have heading into the weekend?
Davis Mattek from Swolecast is back with the guys to chat about the best cash game and GPP plays on FanDuel and DraftKings for the regular season's final week. Will Christian McCaffrey (2:13) be the slam-dunk play he has been almost all season, is Leonard Fournette (13:40) worth a spot in your cash game lineups, and is Jameis Winston (30:05) this week's top QB play? Also, could John Ross (44:09) and Justice Hill (48:23) explode this week and provide major value in GPPs?
We're back to commemorate the 2019 season and recognize the players who either made our year or broke it. Joining us for this fun-filled foray into the fantasy season is Joe Pisapia, host of the Fantasy Black Book Show. Who do we nominate as the fantasy MVP (10:18) and will Dallas Goedert (27:14) finally be unleashed next year? Who was the biggest disappointment in fantasy football (37:57) and which athlete do we recognize as the fantasy rookie of the year (45:33)?
The guys are back for the final weekly recap of the 2019 NFL season and share their thoughts on what 2020 might have in store for fantasy owners. How much has Kenyan Drake's (4:58) tenure with the Cardinals affected his stock, did Jameis Winston's (10:43) clunker alter his future with Tampa Bay, and can DeVante Parker (27:46) be trusted as a WR2 next year? Where will Lamar Jackson (41:32) be drafted in 2020 and how much upside does Courtland Sutton (56:17) have with Drew Lock under center?
We've got Derek Carty of ESPN and RotoGrinders in with us while we break down this week's top plays in cash games and GPPs! Can Ezekiel Elliott (10:18) overcome a tough matchup against Philadelphia and would it be unwise to use D.J. Moore (28:03) in cash games? Does the Browns' defense (39:03) actually have cash game viability despite facing Lamar Jackson and the Ravens and is Miles Sanders (49:37) a solid GPP play thanks to his increased volume?
Ian Hartitz of Rotoworld joins today's show as we discuss our favorite starts and warn you about who might end up being a disappointment during championship week. What should we think of Mike Boone (4:22) if Dalvin Cook were to sit, would it be wise to play Duke Johnson (19:49), and is Kenny Golladay (34:41) a must-start option? Can N'Keal Harry (40:30) produce against Buffalo now that he's a full-time player and should you reconsider using Tyler Higbee (56:53)?
Sigmund Bloom of Footballguys joins the fun as we discuss the waiver pickups with the most league-winning potential on this championship edition of our weekly waiver wire show. Is Mike Boone or Breshad Perriman (3:26) this week's top add, could Anthony Miller (21:49) outproduce them both, and would it be wise for fantasy owners to place Chris Conley (28:39) in the top tier of widely available WRs? Plus, which QB deserves your attention more between Ryan Fitzpatrick (42:39) and Gardner Minshew (44:41)?
We bring you our hard-hitting instant analysis for each one of Week 15's Sunday afternoon matchups! A.J. Brown (3:17) continued his late-season surge and Breshad Perriman (18:11) appears to be Tampa's top WR if Chris Godwin is sidelined. Which Giants WR (30:51) is viable next week, is Anthony Miller (41:42) an obvious play against KC, and should Mike Boone (58:27) be viewed as a must-start if Dalvin Cook (57:41) sits?
We analyze the top cash game and GPP plays with DailyFantasyInsider CEO, Justin MacMahan. Is it crazy to view Patrick Laird (7:07) as a viable cash game RB, should we roll the dice on Julio Jones (17:01) against San Francisco, and will Cooper Kupp (27:35) maintain his low snap count? Greg Ward (47:56) could be a target monster this week and Dak Prescott (1:04:49) may have a high ceiling thanks to his expected passing volume.
Michael Florio of NFL Fantasy joins the fun as we analyze our favorite starts and sits for the fantasy football semifinals! Who is the better play between Joe Mixon (3:54) and Raheem Mostert (6:22)? Will Josh Jacobs return this week or is DeAndre Washington (23:22) primed to smash as Oakland's lead back? Should we feel confident starting Tyler Lockett (26:38) and is Danny Amendola (43:17) an underrated play? Lastly, can we trust Aaron Rodgers (52:10) against the Bears?
Our dynamic duo spends today's show analyzing the top waiver adds after an injury-laden week in the NFL. What are the odds that DeAndre Washington (7:46) starts this week and is he the top overall waiver wire add? Is A.J. Brown (18:56) the best largely available wideout and does his quarterback, Ryan Tannehill (34:11), have the potential to be a top-five signal-caller in Week 15? Also, would it be wise to gamble on Mitch Trubisky (37:02) against Green Bay coming off a couple solid performances?
With the first week of the fantasy postseason almost through, we bring you all the instant analysis you need to evaluate Sunday's NFL action. Should fantasy owners fully trust Raheem Mostert (5:20) moving forward and can Anthony Miller (10:15) be started the rest of the way? Is it time to consider benching Austin Hooper (24:07) and Odell Beckham (34:01), should we start getting excited about Robby Anderson (48:14), and has A.J. Brown (1:00:15) become a viable option down the stretch after his big day?
We're breaking down the best DFS plays in Week 14 and Doug Norrie, owner of DFSR.com, is with us to share his takes. Who is the better cash game RB on DraftKings between Alvin Kamara (11:29) and Leonard Fournette (12:20), is Patrick Laird (25:54) a decent value play, and is Auden Tate (41:14) too inconsistent to trust? Even against Buffalo, Lamar Jackson (45:56) appears to be a stone-cold cash game lock and it might make sense to use both Nick Chubb (1:02:05) and Kareem Hunt (1:03:29) in GPP lineups.
Pat Fitzmaurice of the Fitz on Fantasy Podcast hangs with the guys today as we analyze our favorite starts and sits for Week 14. Is Jamaal Williams (4:56) a definite start and is Devonta Freeman (17:10) tough to love this week or should you feel confident in him? Emmanuel Sanders (26:28) may be more viable than most people realize, but what is the logic behind Christian Kirk's (35:54) relatively high ranking? Also, is Ryan Fitzpatrick's (51:47) upside worth the risk he presents?
Friend of the show, Christopher Harris of Harris Football, is on with us today to discuss the top waiver pickups for the first week of the fantasy football playoffs. Is Darwin Thompson (5:24) the top RB add and is Zach Pascal (19:27) too volatile to trust? Does Anthony Miller (30:26) have enough stability for fantasy owners to rely on him down the stretch and is Jacob Hollister (41:15) worth stashing for a tasty Week 16 matchup?
We examine the Thanksgiving and Sunday afternoon NFL action and bring you our takeaways from each of those matchups to give you an early edge heading into Week 14. Can we place any trust in Ronald Jones (2:53) throughout the fantasy playoffs and how concerned should you be about Le'Veon Bell's (26:45) lowered snap count? Are either of Tennessee's top WRs (30:45) viable options down the stretch and is Courtland Sutton (1:03:55) a bonafide stud?
Our good friend, Jared Smola from DraftSharks, has returned to talk DFS with us for both the main slate and the Thanksgiving slate. Is Miles Sanders (9:20) a must-play versus Miami if Jordan Howard sits and should GPP players pay up for Travis Kelce (33:27)? The trio discusses the Thanksgiving slate (47:07) towards the end of the show and together they break down whether rostering Michael Thomas (50:51) should be the top priority.
Derek Brown from The Quant Edge joins the fun today as we share our thoughts on our favorite starts and sits for Week 13. Will Phillip Lindsay (3:12) get enough touches for fantasy owners to trust him against the Chargers and how much confidence can we place in Todd Gurley (16:08) this week? Is a productive outing right around the corner for Robert Woods (43:39) and are Darius Slayton and Sterling Shepard (48:52) primed to expose the Packers' secondary?
We've got a special waiver wire show today with two of the industry's most fun and knowledgeable analysts, Jason Moore of The Fantasy Footballers and Joe Pisapia of the Fantasy Black Book Podcast. Does Benny Snell (6:45) have the potential to make the biggest immediate impact of all widely unowned RBs, is Anthony Miller (18:46) primed for a big Thanksgiving performance, and can a stellar matchup against the Buccaneers make Nick Foles (39:34) the top QB streamer?
With Week 12 almost in the books, we give you our top takeaways from each Sunday afternoon matchup. Is Rashaad Penny (1:26) primed to finally receive more work moving forward and has Chris Godwin (8:33) reasserted his status as a solid WR1 after slowing down over the past several weeks? Can Jamison Crowder (42:18) be trusted as a weekly WR3 down the stretch and is it crazy to rely on Ryan Tannehill (59:08) as a viable starter the rest of the way?
We are joined by Joe Holka, co-host of The Fantasy Footballers DFS Podcast, and together we break down Week 12's best daily fantasy plays for both FanDuel and DraftKings. Are Derrick Henry (5:35) and D.J. Chark (18:22) absolute locks in cash games? Is this the week we can finally trust Baker Mayfield (41:19) as a solid value play and is the Titans' defense (47:57) the perfect contrarian option for GPP contests? At the end, the trio closes out the show with their locks and stacks of the week (1:01:51).
With the start of Week 12's NFL action right around the corner, we chat about our favorite starts and sits with Kyle Yates of The Fantasy Footballers. Should we view Jaylen Samuels (2:50) as a must-start option and is Nelson Agholor (22:22) a better play than Terry McLaurin (23:56)? Should Michael Gallup's (31:24) tough matchup against New England scare fantasy owners away from him and is Noah Fant (1:02:43) a worthy dart throw for TE1 production despite facing Buffalo?
Week 12 is upon us, and with that comes our analysis of the best waiver wire options at every position. Is Jonathan Williams (2:17) an RB2-worthy back with Marlon Mack out this week and can Randall Cobb (30:43) excel again versus New England? With this being the final week many fantasy owners have before the fantasy trade deadline, we close out the show with our favorite buy-low and sell-high candidates heading into the stretch run (52:52).
Week 11 is almost in the books and we are back to give you our top takeaways from each of Week 11's Sunday afternoon games. Nick Foles' return bodes well for D.J. Chark (2:00) and Courtland Sutton (6:18) seems to rack up the numbers no matter who his QB is. How should we feel about Kenny Golladay (21:18) with Jeff Driskel under center, is Calvin Ridley (40:26) a rock-solid WR2 without Austin Hooper and Mohamed Sanu, and is David Johnson (55:58) actually droppable?
On today's show, the guys are joined by Brit Devine of RotoGrinders to analyze the top DFS options in Week 11. Are Brian Hill (4:25) and Michael Thomas (17:32) both must-plays choices in cash games? Is it smart to spend up for Lamar Jackson (31:45) and how good of a value is Derek Carr (36:35) this week? Lastly, does Mark Andrews (47:53) make sense as a contrarian play in GPP formats?
Our friend and host of the Fantasy Black Book Podcast, Joe Pisapia, is on with us as we analyze our favorite starts and sits for the upcoming week. Are both Buffalo RBs (10:22) reliable options and who should fantasy owners trust the most between Ronald Jones, Phillip Lindsay, and Sony Michel (22:39)? Is Sammy Watkins (36:13) getting far more opportunities than most people realize and would it be smart to take a shot on Noah Fant (52:14)?
We come to you after another great week of football to break down the top waiver pickups heading into Week 11. Should fantasy owners use all their FAAB on Brian Hill (2:47) and can Darius Slayton (16:09) be trusted as a viable wideout for the rest of the season? Who is the better tight end pickup between O.J. Howard (37:09) and Dallas Goedert (38:45) and would it be wise to sell Mark Andrews (58:09)?
We return with all the Week 10 instant analysis you need to start your preparations for the upcoming week. What in the world is going on with Saquon Barkley (35:17) after his career-worst performance? Is Christian Kirk (1:37) finally starting to come into his own and has Marquise Brown (5:11) bounced back into WR3 territory? Should Nick Chubb's fantasy owners be worried about Kareem Hunt's (24:39) presence and what do we make of David Johnson (47:48) and JuJu Smith-Schuster (1:03:46)?
We're back again to give you the skinny on our favorite cash game and GPP plays for Week 10. Will Aaron Jones (12:56) rebound against Carolina and would it be silly to fade Michael Thomas (26:53)? Is it crazy to play Mike Gesicki (40:54) this week and does Kareem Hunt (56:10) have sneaky GPP value?
The guys are here to give you their favorite starts and sits for a difficult, six-team bye week. What do we expect from Jaylen Samuels (2:04) with James Conner seeming likely to suit up and should fantasy owners trust LeSean McCoy (19:37) against Tennessee? Can Robby Anderson (33:58) rebound thanks to a bad Giants defense and is Jimmy Garoppolo (47:19) a viable option versus Seattle?
The guys are here to give you their favorite starts and sits for a difficult, six-team bye week. What do we expect from Jaylen Samuels (2:04) with James Conner seeming likely to suit up and should fantasy owners trust LeSean McCoy (19:37) against Tennessee? Can Robby Anderson (33:58) rebound thanks to a bad Giants defense and is Jimmy Garoppolo (47:19) a viable option versus Seattle?
Adam Aizer from CBS Sports has joined the fray to go over this week's top waiver pickups with us. Is Ronald Jones (4:59) the best add heading into Week 10 and can Corey Davis (24:22) possibly have WR3 upside for the rest of the season? Can fantasy owners have any confidence in Dallas Goedert (41:47) as a weekly play and should you seriously consider buying low on Terry McLaurin (54:39)?
Another Sunday of NFL action is in the books and we've got you covered with our fantasy takeaways from every Sunday afternoon game. We discuss Adam Thielen's ailment (0:24) and how it affects Stefon Diggs next week (30:45). Who will be the biggest loser in Seattle now that Josh Gordon (4:13)? Is Minshew Mania (21:40) done in Jacksonville, what do we make of the Chiefs' backfield (32:43) now, and is Chris Carson (51:28) in danger of fumbling away the starting gig?
We share our thoughts on this week's top DFS cash game and GPP plays for FanDuel and DraftKings with DailyFantasyInsider CEO, Justin MacMahan. Who is the best DFS cash game play between Dalvin Cook and Christian McCaffrey (2:16)? Demaryius Thomas (28:18) has the makings of a sneaky good play, Washington's defense (42:16) has the best combination of price and upside, and Terry McLaurin (51:31) has the potential to smash at a mid-tier price.
Heath Cummings from CBS Sports is on with us as we dig into our favorite starts and top sits for Week 9. Would fantasy owners be wise to start Kenyan Drake over LeSean McCoy (10:15) and does Mark Walton (19:53) have RB2 potential against the Jets? Is it time to seriously consider benching Odell Beckham (40:21) and can desperate fantasy owners in a pinch pick up Darren Fells or T.J. Hockenson (52:55)?
We're halfway through the season! Today, our dynamic duo shares their insight on which players are the top pickups heading into Week 9. Savvy owners would be wise to stash Rashaad Penny (6:28) and Alexander Mattison (8:51). The guys debate Anthony Miller's (20:35) short-term viability, discuss Diontae Johnson's (30:17) likelihood for weekly WR3 value, and analyze whether Dallas Goedert (42:49) should be streamed against Chicago.
We are back after another week of football to shine light on how Sunday afternoon's slate of action has changed the fantasy landscape. What does Tevin Coleman's (1:11) dominant outing mean for his value moving forward and should we still view Zach Ertz (7:44) as an elite tight end? Can Christian Kirk (34:08) now be relied upon as a weekly WR3 and can Leonard Fournette (47:52) be safely viewed as a top-five RB moving forward despite the lack of touchdowns?
We share our opinions on this week's best cash game and GPP plays for DraftKings and FanDuel. Is it wise to spend up on Christian McCaffrey (4:29) against the 49ers and should Indy's pass defense concern those who use Courtland Sutton (23:50)? Is Allen Robinson (30:04) an underrated play and is Zach Ertz (46:49) a safer GPP play than most people realize?
The guys are joined by Lauren Carpenter from The Fantasy Footballers as they shed some light on their favorite starts and sits for this week. Is Latavius Murray (4:45) a potential RB2 option and can Marvin Jones (26:53) be trusted for big production again versus the Giants? Is Teddy Bridgewater (50:17) a good desperation streamer and should fantasy owners actually rely on O.J. Howard (57:23) coming off his bye?
Christopher Harris from Harris Football joins us to chat about the top waiver pickups heading into Week 8. Is Ty Johnson (4:13) the top RB pickup and can Cole Beasley (21:22) be a dependable option over the next month? Is Ryan Tannehill (34:02) a QB1 against Tampa Bay and would you be wise to sell Leonard Fournette (53:58) right now?
We have returned to provide our analysis on each Sunday afternoon game for Week 7. What can we take away from Chase Edmonds' (1:56) big day and what can we expect from the Chiefs' receivers during Patrick Mahomes' (14:24) absence? What should we think of Kenny Stills (35:49) if Will Fuller is sidelined and is it time to get excited about the Titans' WRs (55:03)?
We are joined by Ian Hartitz from Rotoworld to chat about this week's top DFS plays for both GPP and cash games. Should Chris Carson (12:38) be considered in cash games and how viable is Latavius Murray (15:42) if Alvin Kamara sits? Evan Engram's (36:40) target volume may make him an even safer play than you think and it might be unwise to underrate Derrick Henry's (58:24) floor.
The guys are back to bring you their top starts and sits for Week 7. Are both Phillip Lindsay and Royce Freeman (12:50) startable versus the Chiefs despite the probable negative game script? Does Buffalo's backfield belong to Devin Singletary or Frank Gore (15:28)? With Jalen Ramsey gone, is Auden Tate (41:36) a sneaky good start against Jacksonville? Also, is Jason Witten (48:28) a surprisingly safe option this week?
On today's show, we are joined by Jamey Eisenberg from CBS Sports as we share our favorite pickups heading into Week 7. Is Benny Snell (7:07) a much better pickup than people may realize and can Jakobi Meyers (20:27) become a viable long-term fantasy option? Is O.J. Howard (40:14) droppable and is it time to sell DeAndre Hopkins (56:45)?
We bring you our immediate thoughts on Sunday's NFL action and how it alters the fantasy football landscape moving forward. Is it time to sell-high on Stefon Diggs (2:02) and how concerned should Sony Michel (16:35) owners be? Should we expect more production from Travis Kelce (30:17) in the near future and has Robby Anderson's (57:01) buy-low window shut?
Our guys have got the scoop on which players you can use to help you win money in DFS this week. Is Alvin Kamara (9:58) the top RB option and will Cooper Kupp (19:54) maintain his must-play status against the 49ers? Who is the better cash game QB between Kyler Murray and Matt Ryan (37:53) and will people be sleeping on Tyreek Hill (47:41) in GPPs if he returns this week?
Today, Joe Pisapia, author of the best-selling Fantasy Black Book series, joins the show to discuss who you would be wise to start and sit in Week 6. Should fantasy owners have any reservations about starting Melvin Gordon (9:39) and is Jordan Howard (21:05) poised to lead Philly's backfield moving forward? Can Marquez Valdes-Scantling bounce back this week (34:38) and what happened to Baker Mayfield (52:50)?
Jake Ciely from The Athletic is on the show today as we go through our top waiver wire pickups heading into Week 6. Does Gus Edwards (6:59) have viable streamer value against Cincinnati and is Jakobi Meyers (20:16) worth gambling on facing a poor Giants pass defense? What can we expect from Chris Herndon (32:53) upon his return if Sam Darnold is healthy, should fantasy owners be concerned about Robert Woods (36:34), and is it time to give up on Stefon Diggs (48:18)?