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FantasyPros Football Podcast: Listener Hot Takes

Aug 7, 2018

What are the odds that Corey Davis can see at least 130 targets?

Welcome to the latest episode of the FantasyPros Football Podcast. The show is hosted by Bobby Sylvester (@bobbyfantasypro) and Mike Tagliere (@MikeTagliereNFL). Throughout the NFL season, we’ll be interviewing featured experts and team correspondents who will offer insight to help your squads.

Today’s show is dedicated to you, the listener, as we spend the whole show analyzing your hot takes. Your intriguing bold predictions forced us to ponder the odds of Aaron Rodgers stealing Peyton Manning’s single-season passing touchdown record this year (13:06) and Keenan Allen (19:55) and Joe Mixon (26:02) finishing 2018 as the top fantasy WR and RB, respectively. We also discuss the chances of Adam Shaheen producing more fantasy points than Trey Burton (43:20) and Corey Davis receiving 130+ targets (57:16).

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Intro music courtesy of Absofacto. [Listen to the full track here].

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