Get caught up on all the latest football news and analysis with the Fantasy Football Beat, the podcast that will never let your fantasy football team die in darkness.Hosted by Mike Hume, Des Bieler and Jeff Dooley, the Beat is devoted to uncovering the top tips to help you draft and manage a winning fantasy team. [This podcast is no longer releasing new episodes.]
Des Bieler, Jeff Dooley and Mike Hume discuss Todd Gurley's historic, league-winning run, while lamenting the likes of Jay Ajayi, DeMarco Murray and Amari Cooper, who turned out to be high-priced anchors around fantasy owners' necks.
With so much at stake, which big names are looking like shaky starts, and who could become unheralded heroes? Des Bieler, Jeff Dooley and Mike Hume answer those questions, and they also offer some Carson Wentz replacements.
Just when the fantasy playoffs are starting in most leagues, the top-scoring player in fantasy has the roughest of matchups -- a visit to Jacksonville. Scott Allen, Des Bieler and Mike Hume debate his prospects and other tricky Week 14 lineup decisions.
Scott Allen, Des Bieler and Mike Hume discuss better uses for your roster than holding onto fringe players, now that we're through the bye weeks. Plus, they go over some players with rising and falling values, look ahead to the Thanksgiving slate and more
Speaking with Des Bieler, Jeff Dooley and guest host Scott Allen, Chris Harris of Harris Football says he likes what he has been seeing from the Chargers RB, despite some unsettling performances of late and the emergence of Austin Ekeler.
Des Bieler, Jeff Dooley and Mike Hume are joined by Rotoworld's Pat Daugherty to speculate on which players will stand out in the second half and how to refocus on some players who haven't matched early-season expectations.
Des Bieler, Mike Hume and special guest Neil Greenberg discuss the spate of deals that shook the fantasy world, including changes of scenery for Jay Ajayi, Kelvin Benjamin and Jimmy Garoppolo, as well as the Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott-less backfield.
Des Bieler, Mike Hume and special guest Neil Greenberg raise the red flags over Green Bay's pass-catchers and discuss worrisome situations in Arizona, Denver and Washington as well. Plus, key players to add, avoid and monitor in Week 8.
With Adrian Peterson heading to Arizona, Des Bieler, Jeff Dooley and Mike Hume craft a few deals that would solve headaches for fantasy owners and NFL teams alike. Plus, weekly value picks, bust candidates and more.
Des Bieler, Jeff Dooley and Mike Hume evaluate whether some of the surprising players atop the fantasy leaderboard can remain there all season long. Plus, Week 3 risers, fallers, value picks and red-flag players.
Des Bieler, Jeff Dooley and Mike Hume advise owners to R-E-L-A-X if their early-round stars underperformed. But not David Johnson owners. You should totally panic -- and make these moves to replace your injured star.
Des Bieler, Jeff Dooley and Mike Hume discuss players to add ahead of next week's waiver-wire rush, as well as the fallout from the postponement of Buccaneers-Dolphins, the latest developments with Ezekiel Elliott, and more!
Guest host Scott Allen (D.C. Sports Bog) joins Des and Jeff to discuss how to approach the vexing draft issue of the Cowboys' suspended RB, who is out until Week 8, and his suddenly in-demand backup. Plus, what to watch for in Week 3 of the preseason.
Christopher Harris joins The Beat to discuss "Crutch Arguments," faulty logic that can cost fantasy football owners dearly on draft day. Plus, some early player-rankings movement after Week 1 of the NFL preseason.
Mike and Des make sense of the Ezekiel Elliott suspension news while Jeff suns himself in South Beach. Plus, Neil Greenberg details the fanciest fantasy football stat ever with a draft-centric Big Idea.
The Post's fantasy football guys give you tips on tight ends you should target in drafts this year, along with players to avoid and some strategies for how to approach a position at which injuries are common.
You can't win a fantasy football championship unless you get things right at the running back position. The Post's fantasy guys identify this year's blue-chip RBs, in addition to ones you should approach with caution or target as late values.
Prepping for your fantasy draft? Set your board with the help of the Post's fantasy guys, as they look at this year's top QBs and identify potential bargains and buyer-beware players at the position. (The best advice? Don't draft a QB until late.)
The Washington Post’s fantasy guys are back for another season of football news, friendly wagers and league-winning advice. Come see what’s in store for 2017, including new segments, new music, and a new co-host.