A week after unveiling The Wolf's Top April Bargains (guys he's ranked 20+ spots higher than the ECR), the boys reverse the script for April's Most Overpriced Players. Which common late first rounders does The Wolf refuse to touch? Who's commonly ranked as a high-end RB2 that The Wolf wouldn't touch til Round 8? And why are future HOFers like Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady among 2018's most overpriced?
Plus, with the Patriots again dominating headlines, Ryan Hannable of WEEI Boston Sports Radio joins us to cover all the breaking news. From Brandin Cooks' trade, to the teams' draft plans, to the post-Dion Lewis backfield, we plunge headfirst into all things New England. Season 3 has been on a whole new level, and Episode 12 only continues to elevate the bar with some can't miss fire.
The RSJ guys get together to discuss the guys in The Wolf's overall top 100 who he likes a LOT more than the ECR. These are bargains you do NOT want to be left in the dark on.
Now that the dust has settled (mostly), The Wolf and The Truth delve into the true winners (McKinnon) and losers of the 2018 free agency rush.
The RSJ guys tackle the biggest free agency news of the day rapid fire style. Kirk Cousins, Trey Burton, Carlos Hyde, and more have finally found homes. Tune in to hear the Wolf's takes on all their landing spots.
The RSJ guys break down the rapidly falling dominoes of 2018 free agency from Case Keenum, Drew Brees, Allen Robinson, Sammy Watkins, and more...
The Wolf and The Truth take the deep dive into NFL free agency and franchise tags position by position as the Wolf identifies the value holes that need to be filled and the best guys to fill 'em.
Zac Jackson @AkronJackson joins the pod to give his thoughts on the Cleveland Browns, their offseason, their potential draft, their coach, and loads more.
The Wolf and the Truth journey further into The Wolf's way too early (or not early enough) fantasy football big board. (#21-#48)
George Bremer, CNHI Sports Indiana executive editor, Indianapolis Colts beat writer and sports editor for The Herald Bulletin in Anderson, Indiana joins the Roto Street Journal guys to talk about all the timely Colts-related NFL news.
Josh McDaniels, Frank Reich, Andrew Luck, TY Hilton, Donte Moncrief, The Ageless Frank Gore and so much more on this information packed episode
The Wolf and The Truth tackle the top of the Wolf's way too early (or not early enough) big board.
The Fantasy Fullback Dive plows into Season 3 like an absolute sledgehammer, welcoming on the Godfather of Oregon Football: Charles Fischer.
A fantasy sheep may ask, "Why would you invite a college analyst to the show, even if a mastermind?"
But a true wolf knows that exact answer: Mark Helfrich.
The former Oregon HC has joined Matt Nagy as the Bears Offensive Coordinator, forming one of the most intriguing coaching duos of 2018. Understanding just how much Helfrich brings to the table is crucial.
Though Nagy will be calling plays, Helfrich and his bright, innovative mind weren't brought in without reason. The college coach is regarded as a QB Guru -- one Marcus Mariota attributes everything to (according to Fischer). The new OC will undoubtedly be bringing plenty of Spread and Zone Concepts into Nagy's West Coast attack.
Thus, we bring in Fischer, who might know more about Helfrich and the Oregon Scheme than anyone who hasn't coached there (and maybe them too).
In arguably our most nitty gritty, "X's and O's" Interview of all time, Fischer digs in deep to every facet of Helfrich's attack. In the process, Fischer lays down the foundation, and The Wolf and Truth bring the fantasy hammer.
While we'd have preferred moving on, The Wolf and Truth had no choice but to stay in New England after all this week's wild news: Bill Belichick / Malcolm Butler, Josh McDaniels, Rob Gronkowski... really, the entire team have all been under the microscope. So we've brought in the big guns to bring some clarity.
In our Season 3 premiere, we're absolutely thrilled to welcome on WEEI's Lead Patriots Beat Writer Ryan Hannable to the show, and pepper him with the burning questions.
Hannable gives us all the insider scoops he's scoured from the normally tight-lipped Patriots. From Butler's benching to McDaniel's return to Gronk's retirement and every other personnel, injury, and free agency question in-between, we get leave no New England stone unturned.
The Truth tries to contain his smugness and The Wolf just tries to keep it together as the guys debrief Super Bowl 52, a thrilling 41-33 victory for the Eagles over the Patriots.
Super Bowl 52 is nearly upon us, which means us degenerate gamblers care about one thing: Prop Bets. Though the Coin Flip may be an infamous wager, many Props are far more scientific than a 50/50 shot. Trust that no one will dive in deeper than your FFBD boys, who break down all the stats; from Fourth Quarter outputs, to Pink's Hair Trends, to Belichick's shirt history, you'll be set to clean up serious $$ on some of the most entertaining bets of the year. RSJ mainstays and gambling gurus CJay, JimboSlice, and, for the first time ever, Keegs all make guest appearances to share their insight on a slew of bets. What huge odds could clean up big? What props do we consider locks to hammer big time? Just how many times will Tom Brady's age or Donald Trump be mentioned? Find out all this and our Super Bowl predictions in one of our most hilariously informative episodes yet.
The Coaching Carousel has begun spinning, and new Bears OC Matt Nagy is by far the most important to breakdown so far. To do so, we welcome Chiefs Insider Chris Clark (@ChrisClarkNFL) of the Locked on Chiefs Podcast to analyze all he knows on Nagy and how he might utilize talents on the Bears. How could Mitch Trubisky fit into this "Vertical West Coast" scheme? How might Nagy utilize his exciting tandem of Jordan Howard and Tarik Cohen? What Bears pass catchers should be on fantasy radars? Before Chris join us, The Wolf and Truth had to dive deep into arguably the wildest weekend of Divisional Round football we've ever seen, and make our predictions for the Super Bowl.
With 2017 officially in the books, The Wolf (@RotoStreetWolf) and Truth hit the pause button to reflect on the most important fantasy football lessons we learned from a wild season. What draft strategies do you need to know entering 2018? Which positions should you be approaching differently this year? How will we be approaching our evaluating and ranking process differently this season? Plus, Audio Guy Nate joins in to reflect on the his most successful season yet, and what strategies and lessons he learned and will forever apply in fantasy. Though this episode might not be fully player focused, it is jam-packed with the philosophy and mindsets that all Fantasy Wolves need to hear. Be sure to tune in and let us know your thoughts!
Just because the regular season is over does NOT mean the fantasy fun needs to end. Increase the stakes and excitement of the best four weeks in sports with NFL Playoffs Fantasy Football. The Wolf and Truth break down the different variations of Playoff Leagues before telling you our favorite set up. We then preview need-to-know strategy, which involves a very deep dive into our Playoff Predictions (including our Superbowl winners). To prepare you even more, we breakdown our Experts Mock Draft. Who went No.1? Who were the steals of the draft? Reaches? If you want to extend your fantasy season, you can't miss this episode, so tune in now!