Just because a player doesn’t excel immediately, doesn’t mean they won’t be stars. Some prospects take lots of time to develop, but we always…
Rookies! On today’s show Pride and Q get right into the rookie review! In this episode, they go through the rookie wide receivers and tight ends and analyze their first fantasy football season. They will look at their game logs, their consistency charts, their production around the goal line and more!
Rookies! On today’s show Pride and Q go over some quick pieces of news and then get right into the rookie review! In this episode, they go through the rookie quarterbacks and running backs and analyze their first fantasy football season. They will look at their game logs, their consistency charts, their production around the goal line and more!
A few years ago, this would have seemed unthinkable, but the toll of injuries and the wear and tear from his physical style of play have worn the former MVP down so much, that the last time we saw him on the field, he looked a shell of his old self.
Mock draft season! With most of the big names signed so far in free agency, we have decided to do another dynasty startup mock draft! In today’s episode Pride and Q are joined by Miles Peacock again as well as two other writers in this mock draft. They draft through 14 rounds and give analysis on every pick and explain their differing draft strategies when at different draft positions! They also at the beginning of the show discuss the impacts of Robby Anderson and Breshad Perriman signing with new teams!
On Friday, Broncos agreed to terms with almost 27 year old, 2x pro-bowl running back, Melvin Gordon. Aside from the immediate excitement of revenge games versus his former team the Los Angeles Chargers, the running game will take a leap forward in 2020. Denver and MGIII agreed to a two year deal worth $16 million, $13.5 million guaranteed, making him the 6th highest paid running back in the league. Denver will be one of only three teams with two pro-bowl running backs on their roster. While I’m not thrilled about the contract, I’m enticed by Gordon’s pass catching ability, as well as his blocking ability, and am hopeful this move will make sense come the end of 2020.
Gurley and Gordon have signed the dotted line! In today’s episode Pride and Q are joined by Miles Peacock from the Time Skew writing staff, and they discuss all the latest updates from free agency and discuss the fantasy implications of Gurley and Gordon signing with different teams. As well they all give 3 risers and fallers post free agency for fantasy football!
Tom Brady isn’t a Patriot!?!? That’s right Tom Brady plans on signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers! In this episode Pride and Q discuss the Brady signing and its impacts on fantasy football. They then discuss the Stefon Diggs trade and the impact on fantasy football from it. They then recap the biggest signings related to fantasy football in free agency and provide analysis on what the moves mean moving forward.
What a day! In today’s episode Mike, Pride, and Q discuss all the free agency news and notes. They discuss all the signings, all the franchise tagging, and all the trades! We then give an analysis of these moves and what it means for fantasy football. We discuss the massive DeAndre Hopkins trade as well we give the ramifications of the new CBA voted by the players.
Quarterback free agency! In today’s episode, Big Man Mike and Q start previewing NFL free agency start with the quarterback position. They go through the biggest names in QB free agency and predict where they will sign for 2020. They also give an analysis of the potential fantasy football impacts from their signings. After that, they complete the unveiling of their 2020 dynasty rankings by covering the tight end position!
Combine time! In today’s show, Big Man Mike and Q discuss the 2020 NFL Combine. Today we discuss our risers and fallers for the quarterback, running back, wide receiver, and tight end positions. These are the guys that could end up winning you a fantasy championship but can their combine performance be enough for you to invest draft capital? After we discuss the combine we then jump into our 2020 dynasty fantasy football rankings discussing the wide receiver two’s.
Since approximately 2011, I have religiously sat and watched the NFL Scouting Combine. Nearly every second of the constant coverage has been digested; from Bryon Jones jumping really far, CMC dominating like no-one ever has, Steve Smith, telling Tyree Jackson to stop throwing the ball so hard in the receiver drills, everyone freaking out over people running .4 of a second slower or faster, to at least one person every year getting hit in the face in the gauntlet drill.
Is the future of the 49er’s LT position already on the roster? Or will they look to the draft?
Wide Receivers! In today’s episode Pride and Q start things off by previewing the fifth week of the XFL. They discuss each matchup and discuss the keys to the game for both teams. Along with that, they give predictions for each game! After that, they then unveil their 2020 dynasty fantasy football wide receiver rankings. In this episode, they discuss the wide receiver ones. They discuss how early they would take players in a startup dynasty draft and give analysis on why they have each player ranked the way they do.
Dynasty running backs! In today’s episode Mike, Pride and Q recap week 4 of the XFL season and discuss all the final scores as well as the big storylines from each game. We discuss the ramifications of Landry Jones re-aggravating his knee injury and discuss what is going wrong with the D.C. Defenders. We then get into the news and notes segment and discuss Jameis Winston out of Tampa Bay, Philip Rivers to the Colts, and Tom Brady to the Raiders. After that, we get back into our 2020 dynasty rankings and go over our running back 2’s and some big-name players!
John Elway and Co. have their quarterback for the foreseeable future and it’s time to build around him. Broncos Country has been split all off-season in regards to the first round pick. Do we draft an offensive lineman to help protect our young gun-slinger or do we draft a stud wide receiver as a weapon for Drew Lock? I’ll admit up until the last month I’ve been all in for an offensive tackle but I’ve come to a point where I can accept either position, and am leaning towards a wide receiver more with every passing day.