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FACTS of the 2019 Fantasy Football Quarterbacks 13-24 + Divisional Round Reactions!

24-0 is not safe! On today’s episode Pride and Q recap and discuss the Divisional round of the NFL playoffs and Q tells his story of how all the emotions he felt and the meats he likes when watching the Chiefs game. We discuss all playoff matchups and set the stage for next week’s championships. We then get back into our FACTS series, where we go through quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends and give the FACTS on their season and what their season actually looked like not just the end result showing where they finished. Today Pride and Q discuss the QB 2’s and go 13-24 and break down their finishes on the season, consistency charts, and much more to get a better understanding of each players season and what we can do moving forward in fantasy football.

Recapping and Ranking all 5 of Patrick Mahomes Touchdowns Throws Against the Texans

This past Sunday the Chiefs pulled off something incredible and mounted a comeback for the ages , but not before it got ugly. The Texans were up 21-0 with 11:46 left in the second and Deshaun Watson had the football in Chiefs territory. The game had gotten ugly FAST, the chiefs needed life. Then after a 8 yard completion , the Texans faced a 4th and 1 on the chiefs 12 yard line. Watson led his offense to the line of scrimmage, ready to attempt a conversion. Texans Head Coach Bill o Brian called a timeout and proceeded to bring his special teams unit onto the field and settle for a field goal. The Texans did extended their lead to 24-0, but the defense ultimately got the stop and held Watson to just 3 instead of seven.

DFS Divisional Playoffs for Saturday

If you are feeling blue about the fantasy season being over then take a chance on some DFS. DFS is a fun way to stay involved in the fantasy football season even after it is all over. We will be separating the two days into two articles.

Minnesota VS San Fransisco: An Underdogs Road to Victory

What a game the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints put on for us last Sunday. The Vikings played like I haven’t seen in a long time. It seemed like all the stars had finally aligned for Minnesota and they took advantage of it. Yes, they made a few mistakes, but in the long run, they made more winning plays then not, and that is why Minnesota came out on top in the 26-20 Win in overtime.

How Drafting Handcuffs can win a Fantasy Football Championship

In this video Pride discuss why he will remember that handcuffs can win the fantasy football championship. Especially at the running back position the backup running back can actually have more value than the starting running back. Injuries and simple bad play can be two massive factors to the backup having great value. Some examples are Chase Edmonds, Tony Pallard, and Alexander Mattison. Who will be the backup running back in 2020 that wins you a fantasy football championship?

49ers Divisional Round Preview: Ready to Chase Gold

What is often regarded as the best football weekend, the Divisional Round of the playoffs is here, and it is shaping up to live up to that moniker. Including a few matchups we don’t get a chance to see very often. One of those being in the NFC, between the San Francisco 49ers and Minnesota Vikings. A matchup between two teams who are built strikingly similar but have followed different paths along the season. Today I’m going to preview a few of the matchups in this divisional round game, a long with some keys to victory for San Francisco

Who Stays and Who Goes? Eagles 2020 Free Agents

The Philadelphia Eagles made it to the playoff finish held together by scotch tape. However their playoff hopes ended with a Carson Wentz concussion and the 40 year old Josh McCown doing his best but still on a losing end to the Seahawks 17-9. Even with the injuries they have building blocks with Wentz, Sanders, Goedert, Dillard and steady vets such as Brooks, Johnson, Cox, Graham and Jenkins if a deal is finalized. With a long offseason ahead for Howie Roseman, he needs to make some tough decisions and try to reload for another playoff push next season. Here are my thoughts on the 16 free agents for the Eagles and whether they should stay or they should go.

Why you Should Stream your DST in Fantasy Football

In this video Q discuss the importance of streaming your defense in fantasy football. He breaks down the advantages and how it can help you win a championship. He uses stats and provides analysis to show drafting a defense earlier in the draft and sticking with them will probably hurt your fantasy football team in the long run.

Why you Should Draft a Late Round Quarterback in Fantasy Football

In fantasy football you need to do the little things in order to win a fantasy football championship. In this video we discuss why taking a later round quarterback is better for your fantasy football team and why you should do it as the fantasy manager. We do an analysis of the 2019 season and detail all the quarterbacks that finished in the top 12 for fantasy football and compare that to where they were drafted before the season started.

Mike McCarthy to Dallas & The Fantasy Football Implication

After ten seasons in Dallas, Jason Garrett has been relieved of the head coaching job for the Cowboys. The cowboys have a loaded roster and they just have not been playing up to their potential in the eyes of their owner Jerry Jones. It was a strange shift into the offseason for the Cowboys as they did not immediately remove Garrett from his position publicly until they had already begun to interview for the head coaching position. After a short search, it appears that the Cowboys found their new head coach in Mike McCarthy.

FACTS of the 2019 Fantasy Football Quarterbacks 1-12

FACTS! On today’s episode we start our FACTS series where we go through quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends and give the FACTS on their season and what their season actually looked like not just the end result showing where they finished. Today Pride and Q discuss the QB 1’s and go 1-12 and break down their finishes on the season, consistency charts, and much more to get a better understanding of each players season and what we can do moving forward in fantasy football.