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The Fantasy Fullback Dive - Fantasy Football Podcast

Just like the real game, fantasy football is truly a game of inches. From that crucial waiver wire pick-up, to the right draft-day selection in Round 9, fantasy titles are won with those hard-nosed, unsung, fullback-esque moves. That’s where the astutely researched, undeniably bold, and unfathomably genius opinions of our very-own Wolf and Truth come in. Gritty. Dirty. Always pushing the pile. Gain that crucial yard with the Fantasy Fullback Dive.
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Sep 20, 2017

The Wolf and Truth are thrilled to bring you all the crucial Week 2 takeaways, including who you need to target on the Waiver Wire for Week 3. Find out how to repair your tight end spot after the position was decimated last Sunday, as well as what RBs and WRs are available in over 50% of leagues that could be season-long difference makers. We also exalt our Fantasy Triumphs and confess for our Fantasy Sins while looking at how our predictions fared in Week 2, before opening up our office for some Fantasy Therapy with our brand-new "Fantasy Whine Line" (send in your tragedies now!) Last, we wrap up this loaded session by letting The Intern out of the closet to see who he's buying and selling on The Hype Meter this week. This is a jam-packed episode that can't be missed as you get ready for a crucial Week 3 slate.

(3:18) The unsexy (yet great) production Michael Crabtree 

(11:55) Triumphs 

(14:23) The Truth wants to know why The Wolf didn’t rank Mike Evans as his WR 1 this week 

(16:50) Shame 

(21:48) If we redrafted today would you take Kareem Hunt first overall? 

(25:24) The Truth’s daughter offers to train him to get him back in shape

(27:03) Waiver Wire: Filling the Tight End Hole

(34:15) Waiver Wire: The Rest of the Position Players

(40:48) The Truth challenges The Wolf’s pronunciation of Allen Hurns 

(42:48) Debut Segment: The Whine Line 

(50:14) The Hype Meter with Kevin the Intern

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