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Week 11 Fantasy Football Preview Part 2, Betting the House & We Like Doug Martin - Episode 229

By November 17, 2018 November 24th, 2018 No Comments

It's part 2 of the week 11 fantasy preview! That means double the fantasy insight, nonsense and the perfect prep for your pursuit of the playoffs.

Walsh and Vinny team up again to tackle the Raiders, Doug Martin and so much more.

Did we mention that Walsh just took out a second mortgage to bet on this NFL team for week 11?

We can't imagine what could go wrong.

So, let's talk some fantasy football.

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Other Let's Talk Fantasy Football Goodies

The team here at LTFF has been on fire getting ready for 2018. That means we have some new, and some old, stuff we're excited to share with you.

If you hate mobile apps, Alexa Skills, Google Home and having our podcast in your pocket, then just move along already.

We're here so you can literally talk fantasy football, 24/7.

So here's what we've got cooking:

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Don Christmann

Don Christmann

Sr. Fantasy Analyst at Let's Talk Fantasy Football
My name is Don, I grow a mustache every Movember, Nike's on my feet keep my cypher complete, I save lives by renting cars, and I'd take a trophy in my fantasy league's over $500 million.
Don Christmann