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, Dalvin Cook, Chris Carson, and Marlon Mack 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?!)
Why are all the Eagles falling… except one MUST play for next week? Would you really bench Leonard Fournette and your Rams’ passing game options in Week 16?
Plus, after solid efforts from DaeSean Hamilton, Robert Foster, and Robby Anderson, who would The Wolf target first on the Waiver Wire? And who’s his top choice between new-featured backs Jamaal Williams and Kalen Ballage? 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).
Hue Jackson is out! Jameis Winston is benched! NFL Week 9 is off to a crazy start. Don’t let your Fantasy Football team miss a beat with our Fantasy Stock Watch.
First, who is new Browns OC Freddie Kitchen? We scoured the internet wide and far for any nugget on “The Chef.” Is there any reason to expect a Browns resurgence under the new staff?
Then, we recap all of Week 8’s Crucial Fantasy Risers and Fallers on our Fantasy Stock Watch. We cover key Risers, including Marlon Mack, Chris Carson, and the entire Cardinals Offense.
We also breakdown the need-to-know Fallers, featuring the Packers WRs not named Davante, David “Goose Egg” Njoku, and the new-look Bucs with the return of FitzMagic.
Plus, we preview the Week 9 Waiver Wire Penny Stocks to target. Listen to The Wolf’s take on DJ Moore (and his delicious remaining schedule), David Moore’s torrid scoring streak, and two widely-available, and sorely needed additions to the barren TE pool.
The perfect way to begin Fantasy Football Week 9 is packaging up Week 8 perfectly. The Fantasy Fullback Dive will clear that path wide open.
Bye Week Hell has arrived in Fantasy Football, and getting a Week 8 Win is even more daunting of a task… unless you’ve got the best lead-blocking podcast in the business. The Wolf and Truth are here with our usual Preview Show, providing you guys we are Higher, Lower, and taking Hail Mary’s on. We preview the potential Saints Vikings shootout, some can’t-miss WR streams who are widely available, and of course remind you of London God Sir Blake Bortles’ upside, among many others. Plus, we prove an in-depth breakdown of the key injuries to monitor, including:
--Dalvin Cook’s Hamstring and Latavius Murray’s value if he indeed misses time
--Bilal Powell’s move to the IR and what this means for Isaiah Crowell, Elijah McGuire, and Trenton Cannon moving forward.
--Royce Freeman’s high ankle sprain and how high Philip Lindsay should be ranked if Freeman
--If Doug Martin should be on your radar in a “feature back” role
--Why Raheem Mostert is a must-stream if Matt Breida misses time
--What Jack “Beanstalk” Doyle’s return means for Eric Ebron
In addition to a huge mailbag, our Week 8 Preview is loaded with nuggets you can’t afford to miss. Follow this podcast to Week 8 paydirt, and subscribe for the best lead blocks all season long.
Amari Cooper! Marshawn Lynch! Nick Chubb! Oh my! We are officially past the midway point of 2018, and Week 7 brought plenty to learn -- both off and on the field. The Wolf and Truth are back to cover it all with yet another round of Risers, Fallers, Injuries, and Penny Stocks to capture all the action you NEED to know before moving on to Week 8. Listen to learn:
--How might Amari Cooper fare now with the Cowboys
--Why Kareem Hunt is a no-brainer Top-Five overall value moving forward (and who ranks No.2 behind Gurley)
--How much stock to put into Marlon Mack’s big day
--Why the Eagles RBs, Corey Davis, and *GASP* Stefon Diggs all made our Fallers list
--Why you MUST add Raheem Mostert
Plus so much more. Listen in, plus visit our Fantasy Football Stock Watch to learn all you need to know to move onto Week 8 confidently.
On the cusp of the 2018 Fantasy Football Midpoint, a Week 7 Win is a must. There’s simply no better way to ensure you hit Pay Dirt than following our in-depth Fantasy Preview lead block. In this installment, we first hit the Trainer’s Room where we discuss:
--Devonta Freeman’s move to the IR, and what Tevin Coleman and Ito Smith now mean
--Marshawn Lynch’s Groin Injury, and who we prefer out of Doug Martin vs. Jalen Richard if it proves to be serious
--Which Jets WRs you could trust to stream with Quincy Enunwa now on the shelf
--The ramifications of Cooper Kupp’s missed time, and who stands to benefit the most
--A variety of injury-related notes from the always dinged-up Colts
Plus, we run through another loaded Mail Bag, while The Wolf also gives you his Higher, Lower, and Hail Mary plays at each position. Loaded with matchup analysis and predictive stats, both season-long and DFS fantasy players could make a killing off this episode. So let us help you smash your competition, while you smash that subscribe button and win titles in 2018.
Don’t move on to Fantasy Football Week 7 without learning all you need to know from a crazy Week 6. On every Monday Night Stock Watch, we cram all the most important Risers, Fallers, and Waiver Wire Penny Stocks into an easy-to-digest 30 minutes, with Week 6 featuring:
--The current state of the post-Ajayi Eagles Backfield, and who you need to own here
--Where to value Jameis Winston after he torches the Atlanta Falcons
--If Alshon Jeffery is set to emerge as a bonafide WR1 in Year 2 with the Eagles
--The case for David Njoku to finish 2018 among the position’s elite TEs
--What to make out of the Bears Backfield after another dominant Tarik Cohen performance
--If Corey Davis can be trusted after another pathetic Titans performance in Week 6
--The Colts’ backfield quagmire and where Nyhiem Hines and Marlon Mack now stand
Plus, we offer you must-know Waiver Wire targets, including updates on:
--Albert “YAC Monster” Wilson and why his ceiling is enormous (and not just “Boom or Bust”)
--The ageless Frank Gore and why he’s, somehow, someway still very relevant
--The sneaky high-floor of a new No.1 Weapon in Arizona
There’s simply no fantasy football podcast more in-depth, yet efficient, at covering all you need to know from a Fantasy Sunday. Make sure to track the market with another fire episode of the Monday Fantasy Stock Watch.
Get fully ready for Week 6 in Fantasy Football with another pulverizing lead block from The Fantasy Fullback Dive. First, we catch you up on all the LeSean McCoy - to - Eagles trade rumors, and what this could mean for his currently depressed fantasy value. We also chat Le’Veon Bell and if we buy these committee talks. Then, we hit the Trainer’s Room to check on the health of TY Hilton, Leonard Fournette, OJ Howard, Evan Engram, and Greg Olsen.
As always, we run through another round of Higher, Lower, and Hail Mary. Featured heavily is the Bucs / Falcons matchup and how Jameis Winston will use his explosive surrounding cast. We also discuss Tarik Cohen, Mitch Trubisky, and Taylor Gabriel and the Bears, and their likelihood of repeating their explosive Week 4 performance against a reeling Dolphins team (plus, which weapon do we NOT like and feel is grossly overvalued?) Find out why Josh Gordon’s long TD may have only been the beginning, and a potential explosion could be looming versus the awful Chiefs secondary. Plus, why do Ronald Jones, Niles Paul, CJ Uzomah, and Chester Rogers all make amazing Hail Mary plays in Week 6?
All this, plus we tackle Week 6 Burning Questions surrounding the depleted 49ers, the Eagles new backfield, and of course all your mailbag dilemmas. Find paydirt and follow our path in this crucial Week 6 preview to prepare for Fantasy Football Domination.
A... strange... Week 5 saw plenty of Fantasy Football Risers, Fallers, and Waiver Wire Penny Stocks emerge, and The Wolf and Truth are here to cover them all. After revealing our feelings about Mason Crosby (and his potential week-costing performance), we dive into:
--The Broncos and Ravens backfields, and how fantasy fourth-rounders in Alex Collins and Royce Freeman have seen their values plummet below their undrafted counterparts
--Why James White is the most valuable Patriot to own in fantasy… including Rob Gronkowski and Tom Brady.
--Where Joe Mixon belongs in Rest of Season Rankings with his workhorse role confirmed
--Why David Njkou could be a season-changer down the stretch
--What to make of the Atlanta 3-headed committee from hell
--Why Le’Veon Bell, Rob Gronkowski, and Dalvin Cook all make great Buy Lows.
--The latest injury updates on Jay Ajayi, Matt Breida, and the Rams concussed WRs
--The Must-Add status of Robby Anderson and D’Onta Foreman
Don’t move onto Week 6 without learning all you need from Week 5. Follow our lead block to Fantasy Stardom now!
A quarter of the Fantasy Football Season is officially wrapped up, and Winning Week 5 is crucial. Let us pave the path to that W with another in-depth Fantasy Football Week 5 Preview Episode. Featuring:
A Trainer’s Room with crucial updates on: the Banged up Colts, Ezekiel Elliott’s knee and ankle, Joe Mixon’s Looming Return, the In-Shambles Packers WRs, and expectations for Devonta Freeman.
We then go into another position-by-position round of Higher, Lower, and Hail Mary.
Some questions tackled:
QBs: What can owners expect from Jared Goff after his Week 4 explosion? Can Russell Wilson keep pace? Is Drew Brees really 7 spots lower on The Wolf’s Week 7 Rankings?! Can Marcus Mariota keep the pedal to the medal?
RBs: Has Matt Breida’s true breakout finally arrived? Is Carlos Hyde’s time running out? Can Alfred Morris plod into the end zone?
WRs: Where should Stefon Diggs rank against the generous Jalen Mills -- and how is Odell Beckham still higher in ECR? Can Tyreek Hill buck the Jaguars trend? Is Ryan Switzer the Hail Mary you never saw coming that could change your week?!
TEs: Will Vance “Bulldozing” McDonald continue to steam roll? Is Nick Vannett a creature worth visiting?
Our Burning Questions cover Patrick Mahomes date with the ruthless Jaguars Defense, Dalvin Cook’s usability, and if Mark Ingram and Julian Edelman are options in their first 2018 action.
All this, plus our most loaded Mail Bag yet, and Week 5 is an absolute must-listen.
Unbelievably, the 1st Quarter of the 2018 Fantasy Football Season is already in the books, and the action was wild in Week 4. To cover it all, we’re thrilled to debut the Monday Stock Watch (insert rotostreetjournal.com/stockwatch). In 30 fantasy-loaded minutes, we tackle all of Week 4’s most important Risers, Fallers, Penny Stocks and Injuries. Find out why:
-- Corey Davis drips in WR1 appeal here on out
-- Tarik Cohen could be taking over the Bears Backfield… and where Jordan Howard now stands after this absolute dud
--Sony Michel is an every-week RB2 with RB1 upside… and the one red flag you need to be aware of
--Aaron Jones is too explosive to be committee-trapped in Green Bay
--Leonard Fournette is plummeting down the Big Board
--Nick Chubb is a fantastic bench stash
--Taylor Gabriel’s blow-up is no fluke
Plus, we run through a litany of injuries from Sunday, covering the fantasy implications of Tyler Eifert, TY Hilton, OJ Howard, and Will Fuller’s absences. You won’t find a more fantasy-packed 30 minutes, so listen in now to catch-up on all the crucial takeaways in our Monday Stock Watch now!
When the final whistle of Week 4 blows, we’ll officially be through a quarter of the Fantasy Football. Needless to say, this is a huge marking point of your 2018 season, and a W is absolutely crucial. So follow your pulverizing lead blockers, The Wolf and Truth, to glory!
We start with a loaded trainers room, covering:
-Rex Burkhead’s move to the IR and what this means for Sony Michel
-Evan Engram’s 2-4 game absence, and who to turn to fill the void
-Doug Baldwin’s potential return, and if he can be trusted from the start
-The latest on LeSean McCoy’s ribs and if he’s usable when he returns
Plus, we run through another round of Higher, Lower, and Hail Mary. Find out:
-Why Andy Dalton, Gio Bernard, and Tyler Eifert all land on The Wolf’s “Must Start” list
-How Andrew Luck’s arm is still a major concern, and what his ROS outlook is
-Why Ty Montgomery, Dallas Goedert, Ryan Tannehill, and Jakeem Grant could all be week-swinging Hail Mary’s for desperate owners
-What to expect from exploding Waiver Wire pickups Calvin Ridley and Tyler Boyd in Week 4, and why they are excellent upside WR3s alongside Sterling Shepard and Nelson Agholor
-Why first-rounder Kareem Hunt is getting too much love, and is far riskier than most are making him out to be
We also rifle through Week 4’s Burning Questions, which run the gamut on Baker Mayfield’s fantasy value in his first start, the Cardinals prospects under new starter Josh Rosen, and what to expect from the 49ers after losing Jimmy Garoppolo from the season (including the guy who sneakily benefits from this in fantasy).
All this, and a jam-packed mailbag, make for another can’t miss episode of The Fantasy Fullback Dive. Find paydirt in Week 4, and smash your open with the best advice in the business!