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Fantasy Relevant Injuries, Relevant Defenses and QBs & Julius Thomas: Podcast #18

By October 14, 2014 No Comments
Rodgers and I were kicking back yesterday discussing some week 6 fallout, and suddenly the proverbial light bulb came on.
"Our incredibly intellectual football banter is being wasted between just the two of us. Everyone should be able to hear what we're saying right now, as it is really good stuff and would benefit even the most casual of fantasy footballers. We should continue our conversation, but we should do it in the form of a totally sweet podcast."
So continue in the form of a totally sweet podcast we did. If you like talking about fantasy defenses and the Rams backfield (and let's be honest, who doesn't), then you're going to love this shit. Here's what you can expect:
  • A round up of the fantasy-relevant injuries from week 6
  • The frustration associated with several top wide receivers
  • What 2014 has told us about fantasy defenses
  • The resurgence of some top-15 quarterbacks
  • The screen-pass-catching conundrum that is Antone Smith
  • The value of Julius Thomas and the tight end position as a whole

So sit back, relax, and take your pants off. Or leave them on. That's really a personal choice that I have no business commenting on. Whether you're in pants or sans pants, take a listen, savor the flavor, and let us know what you think.

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Nick Walsh

Nick Walsh

Director of Operations at Let's Talk Fantasy Football
I'm a New Jersey native currently residing in San Francisco and I'm the commissioner of the little league that we here at Let's Talk Fantasy Football play in. I like my fantasy football how I like my coffee: all the damn time.
Nick Walsh