FantasyPros Football Podcast

Bobby Sylvester hosts a lively discussion with our network of 100+ experts that will keep you both informed and entertained. Find out who the experts have on their “must-draft” lists and the sleepers they’re targeting. During the season we’ll help you spot hidden gems on the Waiver Wire and offer analysis that will help with Start/Sit decisions. Got a question you want answered on the show? Shoot us a message for our listener mailbag.

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Ep. 65: DFS Lineup Advice – Divisional Round Matchups

We’re back this week with our Divisional Round DFS coverage. With four games on the slate again, we’re going to name every player that’s worth considering as you build your lineups ahead of kickoff. To help, we’ve got Jared Kwart of FantasyCruncher joining us to go matchup by matchup starting with Seattle heading to Atlanta (2:15) to take on Matt Ryan (3:18), Julio Jones (3:36) and Devonta Freeman (4:39). On the other side of the ball, Russell Wilson (10:37) and Doug Baldwin (11:45) are the offensive leaders, but it’s hard to forget about Thomas Rawls (13:10) after last week. The second game that we’re breaking down has the Texans visiting the Patriots. Outside of C.J. Fiedorowicz and Ryan Griffin (26:31), Bobby and Jared aren’t wasting time on any Houston players, but if you’re wondering which Patriots to use, they’ve got you covered starting with Tom Brady (19:13) and LeGarrette Blount (21:08). The third game features the Steelers at Chiefs (27:15) and you can call it “chalky”, but Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell are without question the studs to use (29:33). To finish out the show, they’re looking at how unstoppable Aaron Rodgers (38:41) is as he heads to Dallas to take on Dak Prescott (40:40) and Ezekiel Elliott (41:24). Don’t miss a second of this player packed episode.

 
 
Ep. 64: DFS Lineup Advice – Wild Card Matchups

We’re here with our first ever playoff podcast and Justin MacMahan of Daily Fantasy Insider joins host, Bobby Sylvester to break down the four matchups this weekend. Not all the matchups are pretty, and in some cases, they’re downright ugly, but we’re covering all the big names starting with the G-Men visiting Green Bay (3:56) as the two talk about Paul Perkins (5:07), Aaron Rodgers (7:46), Eli Manning (8:23), Odell Beckham (9:59), Jordy Nelson (11:28), Ty Montgomery (14:17) as well as a few smaller names in Aaron Ripkowski (5:51), Sterling Shepard (13:15) and Geronimo Allison (13:39). Then it’s arguably the worst playoff matchup of the season with the Raiders and Texans facing off (15:05). While there aren’t many appealing plays, hear what Bobby and Justin have to say about Latavius Murray (18:26), Lamar Miller (19:22), DeAndre Hopkins (21:00) and the two Raiders receivers (21:13). The Lions will head to Seattle in a great matchup and you’ll want to hear about why Doug Baldwin (24:17), Golden Tate (27:56), and Anquan Boldin (28:19) could all be solid plays. To close the show, the Steelers should rack up points against the Dolphins (32:51) and it’d be foolish to not have any Steelers in your lineup, namely Antonio Brown (34:04) and Le’Veon Bell (34:44).

 
 
Ep. 63: DFS Lineup Advice – Week 17

The Week 17 DFS show features Doug Norrie of DSFR.com and host, Bobby Sylvester. The pair starts with quarterbacks (2:46) and are both big believers in Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson this week. Then they move on to running backs (14:46) where they discuss the controversial Pittsburgh backfield situation and whether it makes sense to fade David Johnson. When they chat about wide receivers (30:18) Jordy Nelson is an easy piece for them to agree on and both Doug and Bobby have cheap wide receivers they are excited about. They close out the show by talking about tight ends (41:05), defense (43:34) and stacks for the main slate (45:22)

 
 
Ep. 62: Fantasy Awards & Early 2017 Preview

Joe Dolan of FantasyGuru.com joins host Bobby Sylvester to hand out fantasy awards for season-long leagues position by position. The pair discusses quarterbacks at 5:09, running backs at 10:48, wide receivers at 14:24, tight ends at 20:55 and finally defenses at 23:47 before handing out league-wide awards (25:03) including the best quarterback to target for the season and the most disappointing fantasy player. Joe and Bobby close out the conversation (32:06) by taking a peek into 2017, talking about who they are excited about and which players they’re targeting in keeper leagues during the off-season.

 
 

Ep. 61: DFS Lineup Advice – Week 16

Jared Kwart (@FCJaredK) from FantasyCruncher.com joins the show to discuss the Week 16 slate for daily fantasy contests. Topics include: quarterbacks (4:19); running backs (17:32); wide receivers (27:58); tight end (39:37); defenses (43:41); and stacks (46:19).

 
 
Ep. 60: Week 16 Rankings & Start/Sit

Mike Tagliere (@MikeTagliereNFL) of Pro Football Focus joins the show to discuss his rankings versus the Expert Consensus heading into Week 16. Topics include: 2016 MVP picks (1:04); rankings for quarterbacks (8:26), running backs (16:25), wide receivers (29:36), tight ends (36:51), and defenses (42:04).

 
 
Ep. 59: Waiver Wire & News – Week 16

Dan Clasgens (@DanClasgens) of GetSportsInfo.com joins us to chat about the waiver wire for fantasy football championship matchups in Week 16. We begin with ‘three truths and a lie’, a game where Bobby gives Dan three truths and one lie, and Dan must determine the lie (1:59) and move on to wide receiver waiver wire options (6:09); running backs (22:09); streaming tight ends (26:48); streaming quarterbacks (29:53); and streaming defenses (32:45).

 
 
Ep. 58: DFS Lineup Advice – Week 15

Derek Farnsworth, otherwise known as Notorious (@RG_Notorious) in DFS circles, chats with host, Bobby Sylvester about Week 15’s DFS slate. The pair starts with quarterbacks (2:10) and are both high on Matt Ryan, Tyrod Taylor and Joe Flacco. When they transition to running backs (9:47), Derek is a big believer in running out both David Johnson and Le’Veon Bell. They also break down Kenneth Farrow and a handful of other intriguing running backs. Derek and Bobby have different opinions about the top wide receivers (18:52), then dive into some cheaper plays like Sammy Watkins and Stefon Diggs that could help listeners this week. When chatting about tight ends (27:44), Bobby gets really excited about LaDarius Green, while Derek mentions several interesting plays. Finally, they wrap up the conversation (30:28) by discussing defensive units and their favorite stacks of the weekend.

 
 
Ep. 57: Week 15 Rankings & Start/Sit

James Koh (@JamesDKoh) joins the show to discuss Week 15 rankings and the fantasy playoffs. Topics include: Week 15 quarterback matchups (2:12); San Diego’s backfield (5:28); Adrian Peterson’s possible return (7:57); high-end wide receiver injuries (10:43); if Dak Prescott and Marcus Mariota are worthy of starting this week in your playoff matchup (14:35); Kenneth Dixon’s role in the Baltimore offense (23:22); if Mike Gillislee is worth a dart throw (27:01); if Allen Robinson, DeAndre Hopkins or A.J. Green are worth starting in a fantasy playoff matchup (29:35); Taylor Gabriel’s place in the Atlanta receiving corps (33:35); and if you should start Donte Moncrief or Malcolm Mitchell despite their tough opponents (36:56).

 
 
Ep. 56: Waiver Wire & News – Week 15

Jeff Ratcliffe (@JeffRatcliffe) of ProFootballFocus.com joins the show to break down Week 14 and look ahead to waiver wire additions for the fantasy playoffs. Topics include: Matt Forte’s injury and the Jets’ backfield (3:15); Melvin Gordon’s injury and how it impacts the San Diego backfield (6:00); Robbie Anderson’s stretch of solid performances (8:20); the running back situation in Green Bay and Detroit (10:42); Dontrelle Inman’s emergence in the San Diego passing game and if he or Marqise Lee are worthy pickups (13:22); Allen Robinson and DeAndre Hopkins’ dynasty value (19:53); what to do with Tyler Lockett (19:48); streaming defenses in the fantasy playoffs (24:03); and tight ends worth streaming in your playoff matchups (28:22).

 
 
Ep. 55: DFS Lineup Advice – Week 14

Doug Norrie (@DougNorrie) of Daily Fantasy Sports Rankings joins the show to discuss daily fantasy sports contests for Week 14. Topics include: quarterbacks (3:02); running backs (21:24); wide receivers (32:09); tight ends (45:05); defenses (49:33); and stacks (52:43).

 
 
Ep. 54: Week 14 Rankings & Start/Sit

Chris Harris (@HarrisFootball) from HarrisFootball.com joins the show to discuss his Week 14 rankings compared to the Expert Consensus. Topics include: Jeremy Maclin’s return possibly making an impact on Tyreek Hill’s production (0:51); Derek Carr (2:28); Jameis Winston (6:37); Tom Brady (11:00); Marcus Mariota (13:23); Devontae Booker (16:30); Todd Gurley (18:25); Theo Riddick (22:39); Devante Adams (25:37); Tyrell Williams (28:04); Randall Cobb (30:50); Sterling Shepard (33:05); Cameron Brate (35:25); Vernon Davis (37:35); Hunter Henry (39:53); and defenses (43:26).
 
 

Ep. 53: Waiver Wire & News – Week 14

Scott Pianowski (@scott_pianowski) from Yahoo! Sports joins the pod to break down Week 13 and look ahead to some waiver wire pickups for Week 14. Topics include: Thomas Rawls’ big game on Sunday night and how that impacts the Seahawks’ offense moving forward (0:37); the Detroit offense (2:08); AFC playoff talk (4:59); and waiver wire pickups for Week 14 (8:28).
 
 
Ep. 52: DFS Lineup Advice – Week 13

Justin MacMahan (@JustinMacMahan) of Daily Fantasy Insider joins us to look at the Week 13 slate for DFS contests. Topics include: quarterbacks (3:08); running backs (15:58); wide receivers (27:29); tight ends (43:10); defenses (46:58); and stacks (51:55).

 
 
Ep. 51: Week 13 Rankings & Start/Sit

Greg Smith (@gregsauce) from twoqbs.com joins us to cover Week 13. We begin with injury discussion where topics include: Ameer Abdullah (0:55); Adrian Peterson (2:04); Stefon Diggs (5:47); Jeremy Maclin (6:55); and John Brown (7:53). We move on to Week 13 rankings where topics include: quarterbacks (9:20); running backs (18:09); wide receivers (25:48); tight ends (36:00); and defenses (40:45).

 
 
Ep. 50: Waiver Wire & News – Week 13

Graham Barfield (@GrahamBarfield) from FantasyGuru.com joins the podcast to break down Week 12 and look at waiver wire pickups for Week 13. Topics include: Russell Wilson’s poor Week 12 performance (1:51); volatile wide receiver performances from this past week (3:47); Michael Thomas’ impressive run and where he will rank at the beginning of next season (5:01); whether or not Tyreek Hill’s production will be sustainable moving forward (7:16); Bobby’s weekly Rams’ rant (8:11); waiver wire pickups for Week 13 (9:36); and defenses worth streaming this week (34:15).

 
 
Ep. 49: DFS Lineup Advice – Week 12

Jared Kwart (@FCJaredK) from FantasyCruncher.com joins us to examine the slate of NFL games for Week 12 daily fantasy. Topics include: quarterbacks (8:42); running backs (17:56); wide receivers (26:10); tight ends (36:04); defenses (38:49); and stacks (42:37).

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Ep. 48: Week 12 Rankings & Start/Sit

Sean Koerner (@The_Oddsmaker) – this year’s most accurate fantasy expert – from Stats.com joins us to preview Week 12 of the NFL season and to compare his rankings to the Expert Consensus. Topics include: the Philadelphia offense (5:34); Sean’s rankings for quarterbacks (7:37), running backs (18:33), wide receivers (29:31), tight ends (41:49), and defenses (48:49) compared to our Expert Consensus Rankings (ECR).

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Ep. 47: Waiver Wire & News – Week 12

Jake Ciely (@allinkid) from RotoExperts joins us to recap Week 11 of the NFL season and to look ahead to waiver wire adds for Week 12. Topics include: Dak Prescott’s impressive rookie season (3:12); Rob Kelley’s string of good performances (5:39); Thomas Rawls returning as a starter (7:20); Philadelphia running backs (10:45); Dwayne Washington and the Detroit backfield (13:33); AJ Green’s injury and how it impacts the Cincinnati receiving corps (17:21); LeSean McCoy’s injury (19:28); Malcom Mitchell emerging towards fantasy relevance (21:42); top wide receiver options on the waiver wire (24:39); and defenses worth streaming in Week 12 (30:14).

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Ep. 46: DFS Lineup Advice – Week 11

Today we’re joined by ‘Notorious’ (@RG_Notorious) from RotoGrinders to discuss the Week 11 slate for daily fantasy games. Topics include: quarterbacks (2:23); running backs (11:15); wide receivers (21:57); tight ends (32:13); defenses (36:18); and stacks (39:12).

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Ep. 45: Week 11 Rankings & Start/Sit

Mike Tagliere (@MikeTagliereNFL) of ProFootballFocus joins us to discuss his Week 11 rankings and compare them to the Expert Consensus. Topics include: Christine Michael being cut by the Seahawks and what that means for him and the team going forward (1:48); Rob Gronkowski’s injury (7:43); Jordan Howard’s injury (10:49); Dion Lewis’ role going forward (12:53); quarterback rankings (14:53); running back rankings (22:36); wide receiver rankings (34:03); tight end rankings (43:22); and defenses worth streaming (48:42).

 
 
Ep. 44: Waiver Wire & News – Week 11

Andy Holloway (@andyholloway) and Jason Moore (@jasonffl) of The Fantasy Footballers join us to break down Week 10 of the NFL season and look forward to Week 11. Topics include: Melvin Gordon’s productive season and how we should value elite running backs moving forward (0:52); backup running backs worth stashing on your bench (5:50); Alshon Jeffrey’s suspension (17:29); waiver wire wide receivers to target (20:24); the tight end situation in San Diego (27:54); waiver wire tight ends (29:30); and defenses worth streaming in Week 11 (31:51).

 
 
Ep. 43: DFS Lineup Advice – Week 10

Justin MacMahan (@JustinMacMahan) of DailyFantasyInsider.com joins us to discuss the Week 10 slate of NFL games. Topics include: safe quarterbacks (4:39); lower priced quarterbacks (7:03); cash game running backs (12:42); cheap running backs (19:55); high-priced wide receivers (27:19); high risk/reward wide receivers (29:08); cheap wide receivers (32:18); tight ends (38:47); defenses (45:38); and stacks (51:26).

 
 
Ep. 42: Week 10 Rankings & Start/Sit

Matt Harmon (@MattHarmon_BYB) of NFL.com joins us to discuss his rankings versus the Expert Consensus. Topics include rankings for quarterbacks (2:22); running backs (10:06); wide receivers (23:36); tight ends (32:21); and defenses (36:29).

 
 
Ep. 41: Waiver Wire & News – Week 10

Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) from Rotoworld joins us to dissect Week 9 of the NFL season and look ahead to waiver wire pickups for Week 10. Topics include: Jay Ajayi’s status as a top 10 running back for the rest of the season (2:03); Marcus Mariota’s strong stretch of performances (4:17) which has helped Rishard Matthews gain fantasy relevance (6:26); the Saints backfield (8:24); Michael Thomas’ fantasy ceiling (11:56); possible waiver wire adds for Week 10 (13:57); injured players worth adding for their return during the fantasy playoffs (21:19); Dwayne Washington and the Detroit backfield (23:55); if JJ Nelson was a one week wonder in Week 9 (25:39); the Denver backfield (29:02); how Jeremy Maclin’s injury impacts the Kansas City receiving corps (31:12); the Giants backfield (33:50); Ronnie Hillman’s outlook in the Minnesota backfield (35:02); and players worth streaming in Week 10 matchups (36:46).

 
 
Ep. 40: DFS Lineup Advice – Week 9

Today we’re joined by Doug Norrie (@DougNorrie) of dailyfantasysportsrankings.com to talk about Week 9’s DFS slate. Topics include recommended plays for: quarterbacks (3:10); running backs (13:45); wide receivers (26:26); Tight Ends (39:23); defenses (44:56); and stacks (48:06).

 
 
Ep. 39: Week 9 Rankings & Mid-Season Awards

James Koh (@JamesDKoh) of NFL.com and Greg Smith (@gregsauce) of twoqbs.com join us to discuss Week 9 rankings. We begin with James Koh, and topics include; Jamaal Charles’ injury (0:44); Percy Harvin signing with the Bills (6:05); Norv Turner stepping down as the Vikings Offensive Coordinator (8:56); our mid-season awards (12:55); players who could carry fantasy teams through the second half (30:15); and tight ends that could serve as some good insurance moving forward (34:25). Greg Smith joins us at (40:28) to discuss his Week 9 rankings in relation to the Expert Consensus. Topics include quarterbacks (41:12); running backs (46:10); wide receivers (50:21); tight ends (54:06); and defenses (58:05).

 
 
Ep. 38: Waiver Wire & News – Week 9

Jeff Ratcliffe (@JeffRatcliffe) of Pro Football Focus joins us to recap the news from Week 8 and to look at waiver wire pickups for Week 9. Topics include the Patriots recent trade with the Browns (1:06); Jamaal Charles’ knee injury and how it impacts the Kansas City backfield (2:38); waiver wire running backs (3:46); Todd Gurley’s lack of production (5:00); DeAndre Hopkins’ outlook for the rest of the season (7:15); which Texans receivers outside of Hopkins are worth owning (8:37); Alex Smith’s injury (10:07); Jacquizz Rodgers’ foot injury and the Tampa Bay backfield (11:37); Washington’s running back situation (14:28); Mark Ingram’s struggles (16:47); Josh Gordon’s status (18:37); Denver’s backfield (21:17); CJ Prosise and Seattle’s outlook (23:18); Dion Lewis’ impact on New England when he returns from injury (29:34); teams we think have a chance to make the Super Bowl (31:38); waiver wire wide receivers (36:02); and defenses worth streaming for Week 9 (40:29).

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Ep. 37: DFS Lineup Advice – Week 8

Jared Kwart (@FCJaredK) of FantasyCruncher.com joins us to offer up daily fantasy picks for Week 8. Topics include: quarterbacks (3:16); running backs (19:53); wide receivers (33:27); tight ends (49:10); team defenses (52:51); and stacks (57:02).

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Ep. 36: Week 8 Rankings & Start/Sit

We’re joined by Christopher Harris (@HarrisFootball) of HarrisFootball.com and Matt Lutovsky (@MLutovsky) of The Sporting News to discuss Week 8 rankings and advice. Topics include rankings for: quarterbacks (5:18); running backs (14:41); and wide receivers (24:06). We also talk about CJ Anderson’s injury (33:58) before finishing with our tight end rankings (36:02) and defense rankings (42:23).

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Ep. 35: Waiver Wire & News – Week 8

Dan Harris (@danharris80) joins us to discuss what happened in Week 7, and how fantasy owners should react moving forward. Topics include Jay Ajayi’s impressive two weeks and how he should be treated moving forward (2:00); if we think Jacquizz Rodgers will keep his job even when Doug Martin returns (5:34); under the radar receivers that have been performing well through the first third of the season (9:13); the Packers offense (11:39); Arian Foster’s retirement (16:40); backfield situations in Green Bay (18:02), Detroit (21:42), and Philadelphia (22:59); LeSean McCoy’s injury (25:52); Tevin Coleman’s injury and how it impacts the Falcons (28:09); Chris Thompson’s role in Washington moving forward (30:30); waiver wire tight ends (33:28); quarterbacks worth picking up to fill starters on a bye (36:16); Dallas’ quarterback dilemma (37:42); defenses worth streaming in Week 8 (43:08); how to handle replacing a kicker on a bye (44:44); and wide receivers worth snatching off the waiver wire (46:16).

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Ep. 34: DFS Lineup Advice – Week 7

Justin MacMahan (@JustinMacMahan) joins us to cover the Week 7 NFL slate for daily fantasy games. We begin by discussing quarterbacks (2:56), move on to running backs (9:28), wide receivers (19:28), tight ends (28:11) and defenses (31:34) before we finish by looking at some of our favorite Week 7 stacks (34:14).

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Ep. 33: Week 7 Rankings & Start/Sit

We’re joined by Mike Tagliere (@MikeTagliereNFL) to discuss the latest NFL news, Week 7 rankings and some buy/sell candidates. We begin with the latest news and try to sort out the Packers backfield (2:53), Ben Roethlisberger’s injury and how it impacts Antonio Brown and Sammie Coates (10:41), Carlos Hyde’s injury and Mike Davis’ prospects against the Buccaneers (14:35), Geno Smith’s impact on the Jets offense (16:21), our reaction to Jacquizz Rodgers’ Week 7 ranking and if we think it will be higher before game time on Sunday now that Doug Martin has been declared out (21:50) and LeSean McCoy’s injury (26:01). We continue on and look at our rankings compared to the expert consensus with quarterbacks (28:09), running backs (32:44), wide receivers (45:19), tight ends (52:09), and defenses (54:35). We finish by discussing trade strategy (56:37).

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Ep. 32: Waiver Wire & News – Week 7

Scott Pianowski (@scott_pianowski) of Yahoo! Sports joins us to look back at Week 6 and identify some worthy waiver wire additions. We begin by looking at the Chief’s backfield and how fantasy owners should approach the timeshare between Jamaal Charles and Spencer Ware (3:09), Jay Ajayi’s big week and his rest of season outlook (7:34), Todd Gurley’s slump and if Kenny Britt is the most consistent offensive player for the Rams moving forward (10:49), Ty Montgomery’s solid performance (13:07), if Cameron Meredith is a solid WR2 the rest of the way (14:53), Baltimore’s confusing backfield (18:38), Ezekiel Elliot’s continued dominance (20:40) and if Ladarius Green, Jack Doyle and Vernon Davis are fantasy relevant tight end options (24:05). We digress and admire the Patriots offense (25:16) before continuing to the Broncos backfield and if Devontae Booker is a threat to CJ Anderson (28:35), Derrick Henry’s prospects if Demarco Murray were to get injured (33:01), Jacquizz Rodgers’ value in the Buccaneers offense (34:16) and if any Lions running backs are worth owning (35:25). We close out by looking at Tyler Boyd (36:55) and Marcus Mariota (40:55) before we finish with defenses worth streaming in Week 7 (42:06).

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Ep. 31: DFS Lineup Advice – Week 6

Jared Kwart (@jaredsgotmoxy) from FantasyCrunchers joins us to discuss the daily fantasy sports picks for Week 6. We start with quarterbacks (2:18), move on to running backs (16:58), continue to wide receivers (29:55), tight ends (48:16) and defenses (53:51). We finish by discussing our favorite cash game stacks (56:41) and our favorite tournament stacks (59:03).
 
 
Ep. 30: Week 6 Rankings & Start/Sit

Today we are joined by Dalton Del Don (@daltondeldon) of Yahoo! Sports to discuss the latest NFL news and Dalton’s Week 6 rankings compared to the Expert Consensus. We begin by looking at Justin Forsett signing with the Lions and if he’s worth a spot on fantasy rosters (2:01), Colin Kaepernick’s value as a starter moving forward (2:48), and how the Jets and their receiving corps will deal with Eric Decker’s injury (6:14). Moving on to Dalton’s rankings versus the Expert Consensus, we start with quarterbacks (7:42), continue with running backs (17:26), wide receivers (27:13) and finish with team defenses (34:05). We end with some bold predictions for Week 6 (38:04).
 
 
Ep. 29: Waiver Wire and News – Week 6

Jamey Eisenberg (@JameyEisenberg) of CBS Sports joins us to chat about Week 6’s top Waiver Wire options including Chris Hogan (14:08), Cameron Meredith (14:40), Davante Adams (15:07), Sammie Coates (20:41), and Adam Thielan (22:37). RBs discussed include Jay Ajayi (25:00), Bilal Powell (27:59), and Bobby Rainey (27:31), among others. We continue the waiver wire talk by breaking down the top TE targets and the DSTs you should stream (30:10). We also chat about the seemingly invincible Vikings (1:50), a potential QB controversy in Dallas (5:39), Ezekiel Elliot’s ceiling (7:46), and Martellus Bennett’s outlook (9:10).
 
 
Ep. 28: DFS Lineup Advice – Week 5

We’re joined by ‘Notorious’ (@RG_Notorious) from RotoGrinders to discuss the slate of NFL games for Week 5. We begin with quarterbacks (3:00) and give our top cash and tournament plays at the position before moving on to running backs (10:38), wide receivers (20:06), tight ends (29:09) and defenses (32:33). We finish by discussing stacks (35:12) and what we think could be the highest owned, highest scoring and top tournament stacks for Week 5.
 
 
Ep. 27: Week 5 Rankings & Start/Sit

Andy Behrens (@andybehrens) of Yahoo! Sports joins us to look ahead to Week 5 matchups and Andy’s rankings compared to the Expert Consensus. We begin by trying to unpack the recent news concerning Odell Beckham Jr’s motivation (1:48) and then we move on to quarterbacks and examine some signal callers Andy likes better or worse compared to the expert’s consensus (5:20). We continue with running backs and discuss the Miami backfield (11:24), Terrence West (13:51) James White (16:41), Zach Zenner (18:40) and Duke Johnson (19:33). We move on to wide receivers (21:09) and look at how Sammy Coates, Tajae Sharpe, Victor Cruz, Terrelle Pryor, Mike Wallace, and Chris Hogan are ranked by Andy compared to the consensus. We then look at tight ends and why Andy likes Kyle Rudolph and Jason Witten in their Week 5 games (33:02). We take a quick look at some intriguing DST plays (36:05) before finishing up with bold predictions for this week’s slate of games (38:21).
 
 
Ep. 26: Waiver Wire and News – Week 5

2016’s most accurate expert, Dan Clasgens of GetSportsInfo.com joins Bobby Sylvester to discuss Week 5’s top Waiver Wire options (27:36) including Karlos Williams (26:08), Kenneth Dixon (29:09) and Hunter Henry (36:58). The pair discuss highlights from Week 4 and rest of season outlooks (2:09) including Jimmy Graham (14:35) and Matt Ryan’s (3:27). They also spend some time talking about the impact of a few injuries (16:28) ranging from Cam Newton (16:42) to Matt Forte (22:33).
 
 
Ep. 25: DFS Lineup Advice – Week 4

Doug Norrie (@DougNorrie) of Daily Fantasy Sports Rankings joins us to cover Week 4 from a daily fantasy perspective. We being by discussing quarterbacks and decide who is a better expensive cash game play between Cam Newton and Drew Brees (4:28), our top value QBs (7:58), and we give a few contrarian plays that could end up in million dollar winning lineups (12:01). Moving on to running backs, we discuss who could be the top owned player this week and if he’s worth fading (15:55), how to treat lower priced backup players with good opportunities (17:16), which obscure player could finish with the highest score (24:29), and we give our predictions on who could finish with the most carries in Week 4 (28:26). We continue with wide receivers beginning with whether we think Antonio Brown is worth his massive price (32:10), cheap players we think could score enough points to be value plays (35:35), our favorite options in PPR formats (39:17), and who between Marvin Jones, Kelvin Benjamin or Stefon Diggs will have the best week (43:08). Our tight end discussion features Rob Gronkowski (45:55) and Hunter Henry (47:39), then we cover defenses and examine the projected best plays and some possible contrarian options (48:40). We finish with stacks and give our safest picks, along with stacks that have a chance to score points despite possible low ownership (52:02).
 
 
Ep. 24: Week 4 Rankings & Mailbag

James Koh (@JamesDKoh) of the NFL Network joins us to discuss Dez Bryant’s injury (2:35), Week 4 rankings at quarterback (5:02), running back (10:27) and wide receivers (18:44), and then answer a question from the listener mailbag about sell-high and buy-low players. Then, Greg Smith (@gregsauce) of TwoQBs.com comes on the show (31:13) to answer more listener mailbag questions about Start/Sit, Spencer Ware, Sterling Shepard and more players. We conclude the show by making some bold predictions (47:12) about Zeke Elliott, Kenyan Drake and Tyrell Williams among other players.
 
 
Ep. 23: Waiver Wire & News – Week 4

Jake Ciely (@allinkid) of RotoExperts joins us to break down Week 3 of the NFL season and how fantasy owners should react moving forward. We begin by looking at which 3-0 teams are most surprising to us (2:17) and which teams we think can be Super Bowl contenders in the NFC (5:59) before moving on to injuries and standout performances from Week 3. We start by covering Rashad Jennings and the Giants backfield (12:28), Marvin Jones’ hot start (13:42), Jimmy Graham’s respectable production (16:08), Russell Wilson’s sprained MCL (16:41), Kelvin Benjamin’s scoreless week (18:57), Ryan Matthews’ injury concerns and how it impacts the Eagles tailbacks (21:06), the mess in the Dolphins backfield (24:00), Christine Michael’s performance during Thomas Rawls’ absence (24:53), Jeremy Langford’s injury and Jordan Howard’s value moving forward (29:20) and Terrelle Pryor’s presence as a multi-threat player (32:40). We continue by looking at high upside waiver wire pickups and discuss Dwayne Washington (35:52) and DeAndre Washington (37:22). We have a quick Adrian Peterson (39:28) digression where we discuss his injury timetable before diving back into the waiver wire and examine which wide receiver you should pick up between Davante Adams, Cole Beasley and Jamison Crowder (42:36), which running back between Cameron Artis-Payne, Kenneth Dixon and Chris Thompson (49:06), which tight end between Zach Miller, Jack Doyle and Cameron Brate (48:07), and we finish by looking at the top streaming defenses for Week 4 (51:26).
 
 
Ep. 22: DFS Lineup Advice – Week 3

Justin Elick of DailyFantasyCafe joins host, Bobby Sylvester to break down the top plays for Week 3’s DFS contests. The duo begins by discussing the obvious and contrarian stacks (1:08) then moves over to quarterbacks where they agree on some of the top plays (4:09). In the running back segment (13:24), they agree on DeAngelo Williams and Melvin Gordon then each toss out some bolder plays. Justin tells us in the wide receiver segment (24:07) why Stefon Diggs is a must-play, while Bobby is bullish on a few other players. Both Justin and Bobby are high on Delanie Walker as this week’s top tight end (33:12). They close out the show by discussing Defenses to target including the Dolphins and Bucs.
 
 
Ep. 21: Week 3 Rankings and Start/Sit

Jeff Ratcliffe of ProFootballFocus joins host, Bobby Sylvester to discuss big NFL news (1:07), Jeff’s week 3 rankings compared to the Expert Consensus (9:40), questions from our listener mailbag (37:39), start/sit (49:22) and top predicted performers of the week (53:03).
 
 
Ep. 20: Waiver Wire and News – Week 3

John Halpin (@jhalpin37) of Fox Sports joins us to run through waiver wire targets and recap all of the action in the NFL. We begin with the slough of injuries and discuss Adrian Peterson (2:09), Arian Foster (4:53), Doug Martin (6:05), Jonathan Stewart (8:18), Rashad Jennings (11:20), Thomas Rawls (13:23), Ameer Abdullah (16:02), Danny Woodhead (17:37), Jamaal Charles, and Rob Gronkowski (19:44). We look ahead to some backup quarterbacks like Jacoby Brissett (20:59) and Cody Kessler (23:02) who could impact their team’s offense and defensive matchups while the starters are out. We get some breaking news about Adrian Peterson’s injury and offer analysis on what we think about him and the Vikings running backs going forward (27:50). Moving on, John gives us his top running backs (30:52) and wide receivers (32:00) on the waiver wire worth picking up this week, and then we look at tight ends (38:08) and quarterbacks (38:55) worth streaming in Week 3. We finish by discussing players whose stock has risen or fallen for us after the second week of the season including Russell Wilson (41:30), Tyrod Taylor (42:58), Jameis Winston (44:13), Brock Osweiler (45:11), Matt Ryan (46:24), Isaiah Crowell (47:25), Matt Forte (48:20), Tevin Coleman (48:33), Ezekiel Elliott (49:08), Jeremy Hill (50:10), Travis Benjamin (51:58), Jeremy Maclin (53:07), Stefon Diggs (54:13), Will Fuller (55:17), Allen Robinson (56:05) and Michael Floyd (57:22).
 
 
Ep. 19: DFS Lineup Advice – Week 2

We’re talking daily fantasy for Week 2 and we have Josh Shepardson (@BChad50) aboard to preview the weekend for DFS. We begin by discussing players that could falter despite being over-hyped by the fantasy community (2:47) before moving on to whether you should pay up for top quarterbacks like Cam Newton and Drew Brees (5:53), if Eli Manning or Matthew Stafford is the best middle-tier play at their position (9:40), and which of the low priced signal callers are most intriguing (12:00). We move on to examine running backs, beginning with players we think could finish with the most points at their position (13:06), our favorite value plays at running back (15:24), which running backs are worth a look in games with PPR scoring (17:23), and tailbacks we think can make for a sneaky under-owned play (21:32). We begin our wide receiver discussion by pondering if it’s better to pay up for the top receivers this week or spend money elsewhere (25:15), and continue with who we like if you decide to save some money at the position (29:22), lottery ticket plays that could pay dividends (32:38), and reliable middle-tier players worth sliding in to your cash game lineup (36:41). Moving on to tight ends, we discuss our top plays (38:43), and which cheaper options could end up having huge games (40:35). We finish by discussing our top player stacks for Week 2 (42:42) and which defenses we’re plugging in to our DFS lineups (46:38).
 
 
Ep. 18: Week 2 Rankings & Start/Sit

Matt Lutovsky (@MLutovsky) of The Sporting News joins us to discuss weekly rankings, answer some mailbag and Start/Sit questions, and give bold predictions for Week 2. We begin with the Seahawks backfield and speculate how the Christine Michael/Thomas Rawls dynamic will play out going forward (0:45), which quarterbacks we have ranked higher (2:49) and lower (7:23) than the Expert Consensus, and running backs we like better (12:15) or worse (15:50) than the consensus. Bobby and Matt have a quick discussion about whether to start Sammy Watkins and Travis Benjamin (18:13), before moving on to receivers they are high (21:18) and low (26:18) on for Week 2. On to the listener mailbag where we answer questions about whether you should trade Tom Brady for Blake Bortles (28:30), who between Sammy Watkins and Josh Gordon will play more games this season (29:52), if you should be concerned with Coby Fleener’s Week 1 usage (31:54), if you should buy low on Todd Gurly (33:59), who to drop between Charles Simms, Jerick McKinnon and Tevin Coleman (37:08), and what defenses with a good Week 3 matchup are worth picking up sooner rather than later (38:41). We move on to our start/sit segment and pick two players each from a group of four quarterbacks (40:50), running backs (42:02) and wide receivers (43:25) that we’d start this week. We finish by making bold predictions about which quarterback (45:36), running back (49:04), wide receiver (51:04), and tight end (53:01) has a chance to finish with the most fantasy points at their position for Week 2.
 
 
Ep. 17: Waiver Wire & News – Week 2

With Week 1 in the books, we chat with Nick Raducanu (@projectroto) from ProjectRoto to discuss all the happenings from the NFL’s first weekend. We begin by discussing injuries to Keenan Allen (1:21), Russell Wilson (5:01), Rob Gronkowski (6:48), Sammy Watkins (10:37), Jamaal Charles (12:58), and Robert Griffin III (15:28). Before we move on to the wavier wire, we give some players worth buying low in trades after a middling first week (17:58). On to the waiver wire, where we give our top adds at running back (21:52), wide receiver (25:02), and tight end (29:57). We finish with a Week 1 review where we assess the stocks of some players at each position, starting with quarterbacks (32:39), running backs (35:37), and wide receivers (40:56).
 
 
Ep. 16: DFS Lineup Advice – Week 1

With the first week of the NFL season upon us, we’re covering the DFS slate for Week 1 of with Doug Norrie (@DougNorrie) of Daily Fantasy Sports Rankings. We begin with general strategy, and Doug gives us some common mistakes made by novice daily fantasy players (1:39), if taking players in later games is a viable strategy (3:26), the difference between the scoring systems on FanDuel and DraftKings and how you should approach building a lineup on each site (7:00), the difference between “cash” and “GPP” style games (9:57), the concept of “stacking” when building a lineup (12:42), and if you should feel comfortable leaving money on the table after you’ve built your roster (15:12). Moving on, Bobby and Doug discuss quarterbacks beginning with Dak Prescott and Carson Wentz, both of whom have been priced very low for Week 1 (18:36), which quarterback will finish with the most points at his position (22:52) and a mid-range play at quarterback that could surprise with strong first week’s performance (24:09). The convo moves on to running backs, where Bobby and Doug discuss Spencer Ware and Christine Michael and their low Week 1 prices (29:16), which tailbacks could finish with the most points at their position (34:33), and if mid-tier players like Ryan Matthews and LeGarrette Blount are worth a look (36:01). Next we examine wide receivers and give our top high priced plays for the week (38:09), receivers we like in the middle tier (43:21), some bargains that could pay off (45:47) and who we think could finish with the most points at the position (48:55). We finish with tight ends where we discuss whether Rob Gronkowski or Jordan Reed are mandatory plays (51:52), who we like outside those two (53:00), and some tight ends we think could have a big day for GPP lineups.
 
 
Ep. 15: Week 1 Start/Sit and Mailbag

Raymond Summerlin (@RMSummerlin) of Rotoworld joins the pod to discuss his Week 1 rankings versus the expert consensus. We begin with quarterbacks Raymond has ranked lower (2:44) and higher (6:39) than the consensus. Moving on, Raymond and Bobby discuss running backs they have ranked lower (10:35) and higher (14:40) compared to the ECR. Bobby and Raymond discuss Derek Henry’s value heading into this season (19:32) before moving on to wide receivers they have lower (21:36) and higher (23:30) than the ECR. We answer some listener mailbag questions that involve Week 1 Star/Sit conundrums like whether you should start Mattthew Stafford or Tyrod Taylor (26:37), who is the best flex option between James White, Arian Foster and Michael Thomas (29:02), if fantasy owners should adjust their rosters based on weather (31:13), waiver wire tight ends worth adding (32:13), how to manage your last bench spot (35:03), and if Bobby’s “double streaming defense” strategy is viable this season (38:25). Moving on, we have a new segment called “start/sit” where we pick two players from a group of four that we would prefer to start over the others. Starting with quarterbacks, we debate Derek Carr, Phillip Rivers, Jameis Winston and Blake Bortles (41:56). Running backs include Ameer Abdullah, Matt Jones, Christine Michael and Justin Forsett (45:52), and we finish with a wide receiver group of Will Fuller, Vincent Jackson, Kelvin Benjamin and Stefon Diggs (48:32). We finish by giving our predictions for who could finish with the most fantasy points at their position for Week 1 (51:31).
 
 
Ep. 14: Week 1 Rankings and News

We welcome Justin Boone (@justinboone) of theScore.com to discuss Week 1 of the NFL season. We start with the Vikings trade for Sam Bradford and how that impacts Week 1 along with the team’s fantasy value moving forward (2:13). We also take a look at how the Eagles offense changes after the trade (6:42). Moving on, Bobby and Justin examine running back committee battles for the Chiefs (10:02), Ravens (12:38), Seahawks (14:16) and Redskins (18:14). With Week 1 upon us, we delve into the weekly rankings and discuss over and undervalued quarterbacks (23:35), running backs (28:06) and wide receivers (34:13). Game scripts are a topic of our Week 1 discussion, and Bobby asks Justin which players will benefit the most from their team’s initial matchup (39:31), and who will suffer from their team’s matchup in Week 1 (46:14). We finish by asking Justin the one matchup he’s targeting for immense fantasy production in the first week of the season (49:54).
 
 
Ep. 13: Predictions for 2016

Mike Tagliere (@MikeTagliere_NFL) from Pro Football Focus joins the pod to discuss the news of the week, predictions for the upcoming NFL season and deliver some hot takes. We begin with Teddy Bridgewater’s injury and how it impacts this year and the future for the Minnesota Vikings (1:06), and we also discuss Bruce Ellington’s injury and how the 49ers will compensate for his absence (7:55). Moving on, Mike and Bobby discuss which running backs can rush for over 1000 yards this year (11:12), if the Steelers passing game can continue to put up gaudy numbers (15:38), which quarterbacks could throw 40+ touchdowns this year (18:19), and how many receivers will haul in over 100 receptions in 2016 (21:58). We move on to hot takes and make predictions for Alshon Jeffrey (25:56), Coby Fleener (27:09), Tyrod Taylor (27:57), podcast favorite Donte Moncrief (28:44), Sam Bradford (30:41), and Carlos Hyde (33:23). We finish with who we think will finish as the fantasy MVP this season (34:33), and which players have a chance to be the breakout fantasy assets of the year (37:48).
 
 
Ep. 12: Scott Pianowski vs. Expert Consensus Rankings

Scott Pianowski (@scott_pianowski) of Yahoo Sports joint us to cover news of the week and players he likes better and worse than the Expert Consensus. We begin with Tony Romo’s injury and Dak Prescott’s value in drafts (1:10), whether you should take Prescott or Robert Griffin III (2:11), if Josh Gordon is worth a reach (3:22), Ezekiel Elliot’s off-field concerns and if that will impact his production (4:51), A.J. Green’s injury scare (6:04), and if Jimmy Graham is still a viable tight end (7:48). Moving on, we discuss players Scott is higher and lower on compared to the Expert Consensus Rankings. Players include Andrew Luck (8:51), Doug Baldwin (13:05), Ameer Abdullah (17:05), Zach Zenner (18:45), Rashad Jennings (19:22), Dez Bryant (21:24), Kevin White (23:17), Brandin Cooks (25:01) and Vincent Jackson (25:53). We finish by asking Scott for a player outside the top 100 that has a chance to finish in the top 20 at the end of the season (26:53).
 
 
Ep. 11: 2-QB Mock Draft

We’re joined by Greg Smith (@gregsauce), founder of TwoQBs.com, to complete a mock draft using our Draft Simulator. We begin by discussing two quarterback leagues and why they can be so much fun before diving into our mock draft (1:53). We set our mock drafts up to pick from the eighth slot in a 12-team league with rosters that include two quarterbacks, two running backs, three wide receivers, one tight end, one RB/WR/TE flex position and four bench slots (4:41). Our first round discussion involves passing on a quarterback to take a player like Julio Jones (5:47) or if Drew Brees at eighth overall is a worthy pick (7:40). The second round features players Lamar Miller (8:27) and LeVeon Bell (9:03). Greg mulls over his third round quarterback choices before he decides to take another running back in Mark Ingram (9:55). We agree on Demaryius Thomas’ value in the fourth round (11:05) before moving on to the fifth round where we discuss players like Kirk Cousins (12:02), Thomas Rawls (12:23), Jonathan Stewart (12:47) and Tyrod Taylor (13:13). Bobby talks about why he likes Jordan Reed (14:10) before Greg satiates our love for Donte Moncrief and takes him in the sixth round (15:25). We have a hard time finding value in the seventh round, and we discuss if Jordan Matthews (17:00), Andy Dalton (17:34), Duke Johnson (17:46) and John Brown (18:26) are worth a pick. Eighth round discussion involves Josh Gordon (19:26) and Robert Griffin III (20:46). Greg tells us why he likes Michael Crabtree’s value in the ninth round this year (22:21). In the tenth round Bobby considers quarterbacks before settling on Kevin White (23:20) while Greg decides on a running back and selects Chris Ivory (24:06). Greg takes Jay Cutler as his third quarterback and talks about why it’s a high floor pick at this point in the draft (25:37) while Bobby selects Devin Funchess in the 11th round (26:53). In the twelfth round Greg takes another quarterback (27:13), and Bobby debates taking Blaine Gabbert or Teddy Bridgewater (28:21). We finish our drafts by discussing Dwayne Allen (29:16) and Michael Thomas (29:54) and then we compare our draft grades (30:31).
 
 
Ep. 10: Sleepers for 2016

JJ Zachariason (@LateRoundQB) joins the pod to talk fantasy football sleepers heading into drafts. We begin with a player JJ thinks could possibly be a late round steal like David Johnson was in 2015 (1:41). We continue by looking at rookie wide receivers who have a chance to break out (4:19) and backup running backs who could finish the season as an RB1 if there is an injury ahead of them on the depth chart (6:24). JJ gives us sleepers at each position, starting with quarterbacks Matthew Stafford (10:14) and Jameis Winston (11:29). Bobby and JJ discuss Tyrod Taylor (12:36) and Robert Griffin III (14:19) before moving onto sleeper running backs outside the top 40 ADP. Players include Bilal Powell (15:55), James White (17:06), free agent Karlos Williams (18:20) and Zach Zenner (19:11). Moving onto wide receivers outside the top 40 ADP we discuss Phillip Dorsett (20:27), Mohamed Sanu (21:24), Jermaine Kearse (23:04), Steve Smith (23:40) and Bruce Ellington (24:41). We talk about Charles Clay being a possible deep sleeper at the tight end position (25:28) and then move over to players going between 50 and 100 in ADP that could end up top-5 at their respective positions (26:37). Players include podcast favorite Donte Moncrief (26:57) and Melvin Gordon (28:31). We finish by looking at players we like at the back of the first round (30:33), and backup quarterbacks you should look at drafting if you take Tom Brady (36:21).
 
 
Ep. 9: Christopher Harris vs. Expert Consensus Rankings

Christopher Harris (@HarrisFootball) joins us to talk about the players he likes better and worse than the Expert Consensus. We begin with quarterbacks Tom Brady (3:14) and Kirk Cousins (5:31) before moving on to running backs David Johnson (7:52), Jamaal Charles (10:45), Jonathan Stewart (12:59), Demarco Murray (18:54) and Duke Johnson (20:18). We finish by discussing wide receivers Larry Fitzgerald (22:47), Marvin Jones (26:23), FantasyPros podcast favorite Donte Moncrief (27:15), and Kevin White (27:48).
 
 
Ep. 8: Players to Avoid & Latest News

Mike Tagliere (@MikeTagliereNFL) of Pro Football Focus joins us to talk about the latest NFL news and players to target or avoid in your fantasy drafts. We begin our discussion with a quick chat about Bears wide receivers (4:49) before we get to news of the week where we discuss Dez Brant (9:00) and Duke Johnson (12:50), both of whom have had concussion scares. Injury news continues with our thoughts on Matt Jones (15:50), and Dion Lewis (17:53). Moving on to draft strategy, we talk about players we think are over-hyped. The list includes Tyler Lockett (21:38), Julian Edelman (22:46), Latavius Murray (25:18), and Greg Olsen (27:39). It wouldn’t be a FantasyPros podcast if we didn’t talk about our love for Donte Moncrief (28:51) before moving on to why Mike is low on Jordan Reed (32:05). We discuss why Mike is high on Coby Fleener (35:54) and talk about whether Odell Beckham Jr. is a definite top 5 pick (37:53). Mike gives us his final over-hyped player, Ben Roethlisberger (43:39), before telling us why he likes taking Jeremy Langford at his ADP (46:36), why he’s fading Chris Ivory in drafts (49:44) and why he has Kelvin Benjamin on his do not draft list (53:00).
 
 
Ep. 7: Listener Mailbag

James Koh (@JamesDKoh) of NFL.com joins us to answer listener mailbag questions. We discuss questions that deal with common draft mistakes (2:28), money management and nomination strategies in auction drafts (5:54), trading early round draft picks (11:15), waiting on quarterbacks (12:56), how experts use their bench picks (17:24), draft strategy in 14 team leagues (19:06), reaching on players you like in drafts (21:02), Josh Gordon vs. Tyler Lockett as dynasty keepers (24:58), keeper strategy in leagues with complicated keeper rules (27:12), and we finish with looking at who we have been moving up our draft boards since the beginning of training camp (32:26).
 
 
Ep. 6: Jamey Eisenberg vs. Expert Consensus

On today’s episode, host Bobby Sylvester (@bobbyfantasypro) is joined by Jamey Eisenberg (@JameyEisenberg) of CBS Sports to discuss a wide range of topics. We begin with a quick discussion of IDP leagues (1:47), Spencer Ware’s status as the handcuff for Jamaal Charles (3:36), and Malcom Mitchell’s preseason hype (5:08). We move on to the players Jamey likes better and worse than the Expert Consensus. The group includes Tom Brady (7:58), Ben Roethlisberger (10:19), Eddie Lacy (12:06), Thomas Rawls (13:57), Devonta Freeman (17:35), Rashad Jennings (19:17), Matt Forte (21:08), Donte Moncrief (22:42), Sterling Shepard (25:04), Sammie Coates (26:24), and Jordan Matthews (28:41).
 
 
Ep. 5: PPR Mock Draft

Host Bobby Sylvester (@bobbyfantasypro) is joined by Mike Castiglione (@castiglione_nfl) of Pro Football Focus to complete a PPR mock draft using the Draft Wizard simulator. Mike and Bobby go back and forth discussing their picks in a 10-team draft where they each have the fifth overall pick. They talk about drafting David Johnson (4:37), Brandon Marshall (5:50), Mark Ingram (7:30), Sammy Watkins (8:14), Randall Cobb (9:15), Cam Newton (10:05), Doug Baldwin (11:38), Donte Moncrief (13:04), Duke Johnson (14:00), Danny Woodhead (14:49), Giovani Bernard (16:13), John Brown (16:31), Gary Barnidge (17:38), Zach Ertz (18:44), Charles Sims (19:42), Kevin White (21:18), Eli Manning (22:44), Tyrod Taylor (23:11), Josh Gordon (23:40), and Stefon Diggs (23:38). They wrap up by comparing rosters and draft grades (25:05).
 
 
Ep. 4: Listener Mailbag & Boom or Bust Players

Marcas Grant of NFL.com joins us to help with our listener mailbag and to chat about boom or bust players for this upcoming fantasy season. We answer questions about drafting players with consideration about their fantasy playoff matchups (3:15), our ideal draft positions (4:44), and defensive streaming targets (6:24). We move on to discuss draft strategy and we cover the idea of drafting an “all suspension team” (8:46), the “zero RB” strategy (10:32), and waiting on wide receivers (14:32). Our boom or bust discussion includes players like Jameis Winston (17:47), Tyrod Taylor (19:42), Devonta Freeman (21:45), Dion Lewis (23:42), Matt Jones (25:36), Ameer Abdullah (27:38), Donte Moncrief (29:42), Kevin White (31:46), Dorial Green-Beckham (33:40), and Coby Fleener (37:30).
 
 
Ep. 3: Draft Rankings Analysis & Trivia

We’re joined by Jake Ciely of RotoExperts.com to discuss the players Jake is high and low on compared to the Expert Consensus. First, we cover News including Ryan Matthews and his draft status (4:50), the Bills rushing game (6:13), injured pass catchers (7:05), Jimmy Graham’s status (8:40) and Jared Cook with the Packers (10:30) before we get into Jake’s draft rankings. Players discussed include David Johnson (12:50), Eddie Lacy (16:13), Matt Forte (17:50), Michael Floyd (19:50), Brandon Marshall (22:02), Rob Gronkowski (24:37), Thomas Rawls (27:45), Dion Lewis (31:01), Jeremy Hill and Derek Henry (33:03). Producer JP shares his bearish player (39:15) and we finish with Jake showing off his trivia chops (42:05).
 
 
Ep. 2: Mock Draft & Bounce-Back Players

Could Tevin Coleman take over for the Falcons and which QB is due for the most regression? Guest, Greg Smith of TwoQBs.com discusses these questions and more with host, Bobby Sylvester. The pair chat about training camp headlines (3:08), blitz through a Draft Wizard standard scoring mock draft (14:02), then cover bounce-back and regression candidates (34:54).
 
 
Ep. 1: Undervalued Players in ECR

Who are the most undervalued fantasy players and who is going to win the Dolphins running back battle? Raymond Summerlin of Rotoworld.com joins host, Bobby Sylvester to answer these questions and more as they cover this week’s big news stories (4:06), the most undervalued players (21:13) and this season’s training camp battles (43:04).