Odell Beckham, Antonio Brown, and Le’Veon Bell, Oh My! In less than a week, all three of these fantasy football megastars have found new homes, and the implications are massive -- both for themselves, their new teammates, and the ones they leave behind.
What’s Beckham’s new value catching passes from Baker Mayfield instead of Eli Manning? How explosive can this team be, and what’s Mayfield’s value after all this? What happens to Saquon Barkley and the Giants now?
And how about Antonio Brown now in Oakland -- is his value ruined? Why could he be the same fantasy megastar we’ve loved under Jon Gruden? Who would we rather have -- JuJu Smith Schuster or AB? Who else could gobble up the massive Air Yards now available in Pittsburgh?
Lastly - Le’Veon Bell is now on the Jets. What is his value in this new home? Is there actually some sneaky upside with Adam Gase calling the shots, even after the horrible Dolphins’ backfields these last few years? Could the Jets be building a sneaky juggernaut?
All this and more on a can’t miss episode about some of 2019’s most important fantasy talents and their new homes.
2019 NFL Free Agency opens up on March 13th, so The Wolf and Truth are here to preview everything you must know fantasy-wise. We open by previewing the top “Value Holes,” aka depth chart openings, that’ll bring massive fantasy value to the players who fill them. From the Chiefs, Bucs, and Texans backfields, to the 49ers, Browns, and Colts WRs, find out where players could land for massive fantasy value.
Then, we rank the most important Free Agents available. From Le’Veon Bell, to Golden Tate, all the way down to Tyrell Williams and Adrian Peterson, we tier and run through 15 names that could carry massive fantasy value depending on their landing spots. Find out their rumored landing spots and ideal fits, and get full ready for March 13th, with the Ultimate Free Agency Fantasy Preview now!
While most 2019 NFL Combine breakdowns will laser in on the rookie performances, true fantasy football fans know the true value lies in the coach and GM interviews. Thus, The Wolf and Truth return to breakdown the meaningful “Combine Coachspeak.” Wolf has sifted through over 40 interview transcripts to find the 16 nuggets that will truly matter in 2019. This jam-packed fantasy football podcast covers all you need to know.
Why are Marlon Mack, Robby Anderson, David Johnson, Gus Edwards, Dante Pettis, and Damien Williams rifling up The Wolf’s Big Board? Which huge-upside RBs may have their ceilings capped by inexplicable committees? Plus, why do Chris Herndon, Christian Kirk, Elijah McGuire, Ito Smith, and maybe even *puke* Peyton Barber drip in Penny Stock upside?
All these must-know answers, plus a loaded breakdown on Kyler Murray and Nick Foles rumors, make this a must-listen for all fantasy football and NFL fans.
Punctuated by the Cardinals hire of Kliff Kingsbury, the “Air Raid” offense is slowly but surely making its way into the NFL. To teach fantasy football owners all they need to know about this high-powered attack, we host Washington State University quality control coach Drew Hollingshead (@WSUCoachDrew). Coach Drew been learning under “Air Raid Guru” Mike Leach for years now, and even played for Kingsbury in Houston. Simply put - he knows the Air Raid better than nearly everyone.
First, we paint the general picture: what are the staples of this Air Raid attack? How are the different weapons used, and what does an offense need to succeed? Why has it been so slow to transition to the NFL, and will it work at this level? Is it here to stay?
Then, we dig into Kingsbury and the Cardinals specifically. Will this offense actually help David Johnson? Can Larry Fitzgerald still get it done, or is Christian Kirk the better bet? Plus, will Todd Monken continue to bomb the NFL in Cleveland, and what does this mean for Baker Mayfield?
This is as close to the inside of an Air Raid attack you can get, so gain an edge few in fantasy football will have! Hollingshead is fantastic, and this interview is crucial for all NFL fans wanting to learn more about the newest attack they’ll see for years to come.
The NFL Coaching Carousel has sent Fantasy Football Values all over the place. The Wolf and Truth are here to bring you the Eight Biggest Winners who are now set to explode in 2019, including:
As if this loaded segment wasn’t enough, the boys also break down the Burning 2019 Fantasy Questions Raised by the NFL Playoffs, including must-listen takes around Todd Gurley, Damien Williams, Sony Michel, Julian Edelman and the entire Patriots offense.
Of course, with new breaking that Kareem Hunt is joining the Browns, we take a look at his and Nick Chubb’s values and speculate on their 2019 ADPs and fantasy fortunes. We also breakdown the importance of Kyler Murray declaring for the 2019 NFL Draft, and where we want to see him land.
And in the most pressing issue, we wrap up with a question on everyone’s mind: would you rather elbow drop a sleeping but angry Aaron Donald, or a ferocious mountain lion?
Between the invaluable insight and entertainment, this might be the best Fullback Dive yet. Don’t be a Sheep and miss it. Be a Wolf and devour.
We take a slight detour from paving your path to Fantasy Football glory to preview Super Bowl 53… specifically, through Prop Bets. Come fatten those wallets and learn all the props you need to hammer. Which Rob Gronkowski, Todd Gurley, and other player props are no-brainers? What can we expect from Gladys “Empress of Soul” Knight? Who’s leaving Super Bowl 53 as MVP… and who will they thank to begin their speech? And what song is a lock to open Maroon 5’s Halftime performance? With these crucial answers and so much more, Fullback Dive No.6 is the perfect way to spice up the Big Game, and achieve financial freedom for life.
Featuring RSJ mainstays: The Wolf, The Truth, Cjay, Jimbo Slice, and Keegs
The 2019 NFL Coaching Carousel is spinning wildly, and the Packers made the first move by hiring Matt LaFleur. The Wolf is of course here with the most extensive breakdown of all the fantasy football implications that you can find (article here). From LaFleur’s history being groomed under Sean McVay and Kyle Shanahan, to his Offensive Scheme and Philosophy, to how all the exciting weapons here fit, you won’t find more well-informed LaFleur analysis out there.
How will Aaron Rodgers fare with his first new playcaller since Mike McCarthy? Does he truly have No.1 QB upside? Why is Aaron Jones set to explode? Can Davante Adams repeat as Fantasy’s No.1 WR? Which sleepers could explode under LaFleur’s direction? With so much offensive firepower in Green Bay, and LaFleur’s impressive coaching roots, this hire could easily be 2019’s most important for fantasy football owners. Find out all you need to know now about the NFL’s newest HC.
Following the best Championship Sunday in NFL history, The Wolf and Truth return to recap what you truly care about… our first Fantasy Football Mock Draft of 2019. After cruising through Rounds 1 and 2 in Episode 3, we burn through the remainder of the draft, digging in deepest from Rounds 3-6. Who did The Wolf consider the best picks and values? Which late round steals could explode… and who’s Wolf’s early candidate for 2019’s Pat Mahomes?! Which choices sickened him? What overall positional drop-offs can you already expect, and what might be some early ideal Draft Strategies to consider? The answers to all these, and so many more scorching takes around Aaron Jones, Derrick Henry, George Kittle, Phillip Lindsay, Hunter Henry and so much more.
Plus, we dig into all the Championship Weekend action, breakdown Larry Fitzgerald and Kareem Hunt news, and so much more. The path to 2019 Titles is already being paved, so don’t miss out on any Fantasy Fullback Dives.
Though the Fantasy Sheep may be resting, the Wolves at the Fullback Dive Fantasy Football Podcast know every edge matters… including Fantasy Mock Drafts in January. We’re fresh off our staff’s first 2019 Mock -- a 12-team, Half-PPR league The Wolf and Truth are here to breakdown the first two rounds. From tier and trend analysis, to individual reaches and steals, we cover tons in a jam-packed 40 minutes, including:
-- Who’s worthy of No.1 overall consideration… and who should go?
-- What WR should be the first off the board, and who’s in the “Elite Target Hog” tier?
-- Is the edge of Travis Kelce worthy of a first rounder?
--When is it times to take the Pat Mahomes plunge, and does he shatter the typical “Wait on a QB” mold?
--Which second-rounder is most likely to be 2019’s Christian McCaffrey, and who’s going to flop and ruin fantasy seasons?
Plus, we also fire through the 2019 NFL Coaching Carousel moves so far. Though we’ll go in far more depth on each individual throughout the offseason, we let you know who’s been hired, which moves we’re loving, and which moves leave us scratching our heads. We also give our predictions for the Divisional Rounds, and who you can expect to see fighting it out in the AFC and NFC championship games. It may be early, but we’ll never stop paving your path to 2019 titles… and the work starts now! Don’t miss this loaded episode.
Any true Fantasy Wolf takes a "no days off" approach. Our Wolf flies solo to give you an early peek at his 2019 Fantasy Football Big Board and Rankings. He flies through roughly 75 names in 30 minutes, breaking down his tiers while touching upon some key 2019 offseason storylines to monitor. When should you take Travis Kelce? Why could Alvin Kamara rifle up as high as No.1 come August? Is Damien Williams really a potential Top 15 guy? Which Top-3 WRs are first round no-brainers… and who should be No.1? Who are some must track breakouts this offseason (*cough* Chris Godwin *cough*) All these takes, and so much more crammed into a jam-packed 30 minutes.
4 Must-Watch Fantasy Stories, Coaching Carousel Primer, & Playoff Predictions
Some may say we’ve hit the Fantasy Football Offseason, but, to quote Bill Belichick, there’s “no days off” with the Fantasy Fullback Dive. Thus, we’re already paving your path to 2019 titles with the Ultimate Fantasy Football Offseason Preview. We break down the 4 absolutely massive, must-watch fantasy stories that’ll send earthquakes through the Roto World, including:
-Alvin Kamara’s upside if Mark Ingram leaves in Free Agency
-Just how valuable whoever fills the Chiefs RB opening will be… and where to value Damien Williams if it’s him
-The ideal landing spots for FA Le’Veon Bell
-Antonio Brown’s trade status, and where we want him to go most
Plus, we break down the always-spinning Coaching Carousel: Who’s Fired, Rumored Fill-ins / Scheduled Interviews, and then Rankings the Openings “Fantasy Relevant” jobs out there. Who do we want to see land in Green Bay, Cleveland, and Tampa Bay? Why are the Bengals and Jets sneaky crucial teams to monitor? Should we care about Arizona, Denver, and Miami?
All this, plus a loaded Playoff Predictions segment to start our Season 4 Premiere make this podcast an absolute can’t miss for all you fantasy wolves (addicts)!
The 2018 Fantasy Football Finals are here! Follow the Fantasy Fullback Dive’s audio lead block one last time to ensure you hit fantasy pay dirt and win big. We preview all the injuries and breaking news you need to know going into the week, including:
-James Conner’s status and fill-ins if you missed Jaylen Samuels
-Josh Gordon’s suspension and ideal replacement plans
-Whether you can trust a returning Keenan Allen and Melvin Gordon
- How to approach Todd Gurley’s missed practice time
-Cam Newton and Ito Smith’s moves to the IR
-Leonard Fournette’s usability after a down week
-Ideal D/ST streamers thanks to returning corners
-Spencer Ware, Lamar Miller, and Matt Breida
Plus, as always, The Wolf helps you gain lineup clarity by answering a loaded mailbag, and breaking down who he is Higher, Lower, and willing to take a Hail Mary on. Why are Matt Ryan, Dante Pettis, Derrick Henry, and Leonard Fournette must-plays? Can The Wolf justify being 5+ spots lower on Nick Chubb, Ben Roethlisberger, Jarvis Landry, and James White? And, if you’re desperate for some available upside, why are Josh Allen, Robert Foster (again), and Kalen Ballage all worth stabs? All this, plus a jam-packed mailbag featuring huge burning questions on Robby Anderson, Jamaal Williams, Jaylen Samuels, and so many more. Whether you’re just finding us or you’ve followed our blocks all year, this episode cannot be missed for all you title hopefuls
If you somehow survived an absolutely brutal Week 15… congrats!
You’re going to the finals, and The Fantasy Fullback Dive Podcast is going to pave your path to fantasy paydirt one final time. Beforehand, however, Sunday saw plenty of crucial Risers, Fallers, and especially Penny Stocks + Injuries that any championship contenders MUST know. Find out why Derrick Henry (5:23-8:57), Dalvin Cook (12:26-14:04), Chris Carson (14:53-16:00), and Marlon Mack (17:36-19:17) were not only heroes for Week 15, but are set to dominate for you one last time in Week 16 (and what are their values for 2019?!)
Plus, after solid efforts from DaeSean Hamilton (30:49), Robert Foster (25:53-29:16), and Robby Anderson (29:50-31:01), who would The Wolf target first on the Waiver Wire? And who’s his top choice between new-featured backs Jamaal Williams (33:13-34:58) and Kalen Ballage (31:04-33:07)? All this, and so much more, somehow packed into under 40 minutes!
With fantasy titles on the line, you can’t afford to miss this pulverizing lead block.
Week 15, aka Fantasy’s Final Four. Win, and secure your shot for history and glory. Lose, and you stoop into fantasy depression. Of course, the Fantasy Fullback Dive is here to pave the path of least resistance, and help you find fantasy paydirt. First, we cover must-know injury notes, including Spencer Ware, Tyreek Hill, the Chargers RBs, James Conner, the Ravens QBs, Carson Wentz, and a loaded Rapid Fire. Where does Damien Williams slide into the Week 15 Rankings? Would Justin Jackson be in line for Redemption? Do they rank above Jaylen Samuels?
Plus, as always, The Wolf gives you a positional rundown of the players he is Higher, Lower, and willing to take a Hail Mary on. Why are Tom Brady, Dalvin Cook, Doug Martin, Dante Pettis, and Cameron Brate all on The Wolf’s Start ‘Em list? Is he crazy for being lower on Big Ben Roethlisberger, Sony Michel, and Alshon Jeffery? And would you ever be willing to take a Hail Mary on Kenneth Dixon, Ito Smith, DaeSean Hamilton, Ian Thomas, or… *GASP* Derek Carr?
Last, we tackle our most loaded mail bag ever. Here The Wolf’s takes and rankings of countless of players to help you set your own lineups. There’s no stronger lead block than The Fantasy Fullback Dive, so follow us right into your Championship Game.
The first week of the Fantasy Football Playoffs is done, and hopefully you’re still standing as some crazy fantasy dust settles.
If so, The Wolf and Truth are here on our Fantasy Fullback Dive to help you pick up the pieces with every meaningful takeaway from a crazy Week 14.
Waiver Wire, Injuries, and DST streams make up the most actionable items for the rest of the season, and our agenda is stockpiled with them. Find out which underowned WRs, RBs, + a TE and QB should be rostered down the stretch.
Plus, we break down an often overlooked but absolutely essential late season Waiver Wire Strategy that may just push your team to stardom. We also discuss Playoff Heroes like Amari Cooper & Dak Prescott, George Kittle, and Derrick Henry, and whether or not you can trust them yet again in tougher Week 15 matchups.
Last, we explain why Courtland Sutton should be cut, but Justin Jackson NEEDS to be held, after both come off brutal duds. If you’re moving on to the Semis (or want to mess with the owners who have), you MUST listen to our Week 14 Stock Watch.
The Fantasy Playoffs are here! Don’t enter the battlefield without following the pulverizing audio blocks of The Fantasy Fullback Dive… unless you like an early exit. There’s tons of crucial injury news you NEED to here to prepare, including:
-A shocking season-ender for Emmanuel Sanders
-The new-look Bengals without AJ Green
-A vacant RB hole in Kyle Shanahan’s invaluable zone blocking scheme (and potential RB1 set to explode here)
- Melvin Gordon and Kerryon Johnson’s current health, and why Justin Jackson and LeGarrette Blount are highly intriguing RB2s in their absence
- What DeSean Jackson’s extended absence means for Adam Humphries and Chris Godwin
- The impact a returning Mitch Trubisky would have on Nagy’s aerial circus
As always, we help you through tough lineup decisions with both a jam packed mail bag, and our usual Higher, Lower, and Hail Mary segment. Why does The Wolf have Matt Ryan, Justin Jackson, Adam Humphries, and Jaylen Samuels well above the experts? How come Cam Newton, Lamar Miller, Kenny Golladay, and Trey Burton all fall on The Wolf’s “lower” list? And is The Wolf really going back to the well with Josh Allen and the Ravens RBs as Hail Mary’s? Can Dante Pettis, Bruce Ellington, and Tyrell Williams truly swing games out of the FLEX?
We plow through all the above so you can find fantasy pay dirt, and land safely into your semis. So don’t miss out on a crucial episode of The Fantasy Fullback Dive during the best time of the year!
Week 14 Rankings: http://www.rotostreetjournal.com/2018/12/04/week-14-fantasy-football-rankings-2018-playoffs/
In easily our most rage and expletive filled show yet, The Wolf and Truth purge themselves of awful, playoff-costing fantasy football beats…. And then bring you all the Week 13 Risers, Fallers, and Waiver Wire Penny Stocks you MUST know before your fantasy playoffs. Before the usual rundown, we breakdown all the insane news surrounding Mike McCarthy and Kareem Hunt, and the fantasy implications that come with both. Then...
We dive into Tarik Cohen’s soaring value and record-setting Sunday, and discuss how high he belongs both on Rest of Season and 2019 Big Boards. We break down Philip Lindsay -- 2018’s leading canidate for Waiver Wire Pick Up of the Year -- and yet another massive Sunday. We break down a brutal list of fallers (3 of who personally violated The Truth), including Aaron Jones, David Johnson, and two former QB1s who’ve become essentially unstartable. And for you Waiver Wire Hunters, we’ve got a loaded list of low-owned options who can bolster the squad for a playoff run, including hard-hitting takes on Justin Jackson, Dante Pettis, and the Ravens backfield (behind The Bus). Plus, Sunday saw a James Conner scare, as well as AJ Green and Greg Olsen’s seasons end. Needless to say, the fantasy implications are absolutely massive after a wild Week 13, and you won’t find a podcast that covers it better (or drops more f bombs) than the Fantasy Fullback Dive. Just like James Develin, come plow into the end zone for a season-winner here.
Only one week remains until the Fantasy Football Playoffs, and for many Week 13 is already Do or Die. Thus, you cannot afford to miss the pulverizing lead block of The Fantasy Fullback Dive Fantasy Football podcast!
We start with a jam-packed Trainer’s Room / Stock Watch, tackling news on AJ Green (toe), Leonard Fournette (suspension), Gus “The Bus” Edwards (ankle) & Alex Collins (foot), the banged up Colts weaponry, Mitch Trubisky (shoulder), the state of the Panthers WRs heading into the juiciest possible matchup vs. TB, and Kerryon Johnson (knee).
Then, as always, we run through The Wolf’s Higher, Lower, and Hail Mary picks at each position. Why is he getting all tingly about Philip Rivers, James White, Josh Reynolds and (puke) Kyle Rudolph? What has The Wolf down on Russell Wilson, Adrian Peterson, Alshon Jeffery, Jarvis Landry, and Trey Burton? And is The Wolf nuts for tossing Hail Mary bomb plays like Josh Allen, Ty Montgomery, Curtis Samuel, and Matt LaCosse into lineups?!
We end the podcast with all our loyal Wolfpack’s dilemmas, tackling our most jam-packed mailbag yet. Preview: START PHILIP LINDSAY! With so much at stake, you can’t afford to miss the hardest hitting, boldest fantasy takes in the business. Come follow this block into the Fantasy Playoffs, Wolves!
Even with only 1 game left until the Fantasy Football Playoffs, the Fantasy Stock Market continues to turn. Don’t miss a single move and shake, and tune into our Monday Week 12 Fantasy Stock Watch podcast. We’ll tackle the devastating Melvin Gordon injury, plus answer burning questions such as:
Where does Christian McCaffrey rank Rest of Season after his enormous 46.9 FP explosion? Can you finally trust Amari Cooper? Is Josh Adams actually a true workhorse? Plus, how far down do Jarvis Landry, Carson Wentz / Alshon Jeffery, and Adrian Peterson fall after their latest duds? Where should Eric Ebron rank ROS after Jack Doyle’s move to the IR?
Plus, we wrap up with a look at the Week 12 Waiver Wire, giving you 2 WRs and an RB who could provide a boost to your stretch runs. And of course… this late in the year… it’s Cuffing Season. Who NEEDS to be on your “Handcuff Radar,” whether you own the workhorse or not?
Don’t miss a single difference-making value swing. Follow the best audio lead block in the fantasy game to Fantasy Football Paydirt now!
Week 12 and Thanksgiving are here, meaning only 2 more games are left before the Fantasy Football Playoffs. Nearly every owner -- whether you’re clawing your way into the dance, trying to get a Bye, or avoiding a last place punishment -- needs the W. There’s no better spot to begin your prep than following the lead-block of The Fantasy Fullback Dive Week 12 Preview Show.
We start with a Trainer’s Room and Stock Watch to cover the fantasy implications around: Mitch Trubisky’s injured shoulder, the decimated Lions offense, Tre’Quan Smith’s latest foot injury, a possible AJ Green return, and some other early Actives / Inactives you must know.
Then, as always, we run through a position-by-position preview of Higher, Lower, and Hail Mary. Why is The Wolf all-in on a Russell Wilson - Doug Baldwin stack? Why is Aaron Jones so criminally low in the ECR? Is it time to go back to the Jameis Winston well, and which widely available Bucs WR do you need to take a second look at? And WHO did The Wolf just recommend as Hail Mary’s?!
Find out all this, plus a grueling mailbag and some ways to win fresh RSJ Gear, all jammed into the best fantasy football podcast around.
Only 2 games remain until the Fantasy Football Playoffs… and yet crazy value swings are still happening. From creatures like Gus “The Bus” Edwards emerging, to the new-look Ravens offense, to the Bucs’ QB Carousel from Hell, there are plenty of Week 11 developments that you NEED to know as your prepare for your stretch run. We also cover the surging Saints offense (and what it means for Tre’Quan Smith and Mark Ingram), Demaryius “The Vegan” Thomas’ pathetic existence, Kerryon Johnson’s poorly-timed injury, Eric Ebron’s dudliness, and some waiver wire targets (beyond The Bus, of course). Don’t miss a single beat from Sunday, and tune into our Week 11 Fantasy Football Stock Watch now!
Only 3 weeks stand between Fantasy Football Owners and the Fantasy Playoffs. Thus, locking in a perfect lineup is absolutely crucial, and there’s no better way to prepare than by following the lead blocks of The Fantasy Fullback Dive’s Week 11 Fantasy Football Preview show.
As always, we start off in the Trainer’s Room and Stock Watch with some must-know injuries and depth chart moves. We cover:
-The messy Seattle backfield
-James Conner’s health and a sneaky potential cheat-code behind him
-AJ Green’s surprising chance at suiting up
-The Ravens QBs mystery and why it’s crucial to track in Week 11
-What Randall Cobb’s absence means for Valdez Scantling’s skyrocketing ceiling
-A Rapid Fire segment covering D’Onta Foreman, Chris Thompson, Marvin Jones and Royce Freeman)
As always, we then dive into Higher, Lower and Hail Mary at each position, tackling 12 players with match-ups to exploit or avoid. In must-listen for Season Long or DFS truthers. Why are Alex Collins, Dak Prescott, and Amari Cooper set to explode? Why is The Wolf lower on Big Ben, Marlon Mack, Corey Davis and Trey Burton? And what widely available Hail Mary’s could be the answer to your Bye Week Hell prayers?
All this, plus a loaded mail bag that has The Wolf pondering some brutal trades around Joe Mixon, Mike Evans, and *gasp* Pat Mahomes, as well as some back-breaking Sit / Starts. It’s win-or-die time, so don’t run into the line of scrimmage. Follow our block into Fantasy Paydirt and ultimately your 2018 title, starting now in Week 11!
Between a devastating ACL tear, enormous RB1 breakouts, and news that a Fantasy First Rounder will miss the remainder of the year, Week 10 was arguably the most impactful of 2018. Catch up on everything you need to know with our Fantasy Football Stock Watch and Waiver Wire Preview.
Before diving into the Week 10 on-field action, The Wolf and Trut break down Le’Veon Bell’s shocking decision to sit out the remainder of 2018, and what this means both short and long term. We also discuss Joe Flacco’s hip injury, and the upside Lamar Jackson would have with this delicious schedule down the stretch. Additionally, we hit Cooper Kupp’s gut-wrenching ACL tear, and what it means for Robert Woods, Brandin Cooks, Josh Reynolds and the rest of the Rams’ offense moving forward.
Then, we recap all of Week 10’s Crucial Fantasy Risers and Fallers on the rest of the stock watch. Of course, Aaron Jones and Nick Chubb are featured, while we also talk about the impressive reemergence of two elite RB1s, a surging Titans and Bears offense, Amari Cooper’s continued rise.
We also analyze some brutal fallers, including Golden Tate’s underwhelming Eagles’ debut, Marlon Mack’s predicted fall, Jarvis Landry’s horrendous outing, and Kenyan Drake’s lost 2018.
Plus, we give you a sneak-peek at the top Waiver Wire names to track, including Rashaad Penny, Josh Adams, and Donte Moncrief.
Clearly, the fantasy action isn’t slowing down, and neither are we. Follow our lead block to Fantasy Pay Dirt, and start your week by catching up on everything you need to know with the boldest analysts in the game.
The Fantasy Football Trade Deadline is upon us! The Fantasy Playoffs are only four games away! Every single owner -- whether you’re in desperate Win Now mode or comfortably set for a playoff run -- can improve their title chances before Friday. Of course, there’s no better plae to start constructing the stretch-run roster of your wet dreams than behind the lead block of the Fantasy Fullback Dive.
In The Wolf and Truth’s opinion, the most crucial factor for determining right move is Strength of Schedule. In fact, we’ve written an entire guide on it.
To give you a taste this episode, we go position-by-position and analyze the 5 Easiest QB, RB, WR, and TE Schedules to Exploit and Buy, plus the 5 Hardest Rest of Season Schedules to Sell High and Avoid. For more playoff-minded owners, we also preview the Top-5 schedules for Weeks 14-16.
Which players and teams are set to explode down the stretch? Who'll carry you into your fantasy playoffs? Who faces a brutal slate of match-ups that should be Sold High or avoided? What players could ruin fantasy seasons when needed most?
Find out now by checking out the 2018 Trade Deadline Guide, and listening to on one of the most information-packed episodes of the Fantasy Fullback Dive yet!
The 2018 NFL Trade Deadline was one of the busiest in recent memory, and the Fantasy Football implications are enormous. The Wolf went LIVE on Facebook and IG to breakdown all the implications, but we didn't want our loyal Audio Wolfpack to miss all his takes. Find out The Wolf's thoughts on the Rest of Season outlooks of the major names moved, and the players who stand to rise in their absences. Will Demaryius Thomas flourish in Houston, and what does his presence mean for DeAndre Hopkins, Deshaun Watson, and Keke Coutee? What's Golden Tate's value now with the Eagles, and what impact will he have on an already crowded receiving corps? How will Kenny Golladay, Marvin Jones, Emmanuel Sanders, and Courtland Sutton fare with greater target shares? What about Ty Montgomery's move to the Ravens -- can he be a souped-up Buck Allen? Is this the move that will finally unlock Aaron Jones' limitless ceiling?
Don't miss a single fantasy football beat from a crazy 2018 NFL Trade Deadline! Catch up on The Wolf's thoughts now. (Please excuse any seemingly random LIVE Interactions amidst The Wolf's analysis, as this was originally a Video Broadcast).