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XFL Week 1 Reactions, NFL News & Notes + Mailbag

The XFL IS BACK! We had a ton of fun watching the XFL this past weekend and in this episode we give you our reactions and thoughts on the first week of XFL football and some thoughts for what the NFL could implement into the game that the XFL is going correct. We then jump into the news and notes and catch you up on all the biggest story lines of the offseason so far. We end the show by opening up the mailbag and answering your questions!

Seahawks in Free Agency: Who Fits in Seattle?

GM John Schneider is no stranger to making big acquisitions via free agency. His works include the signings of Michael Bennett, Cliff Avril, Jimmy Graham and a bevy of others that have contributed to the Seahawks in a major way. With an estimated 50.7M in cap space, and a roster full of immediate needs, one would like the chances of Schneider making a go at another splash signing this off-season. The Seahawks have already proven that they were just a play or two away from competing for it all, or at the very least, came within inches of shaking up the entire NFC Playoff picture against their division rivals, the San Francisco 49ers. As we all now know, the 49ers went on to play Super Bowl LIV.

FACTS of the 2019 Fantasy Football Wide Receivers 25-36 + XFL Week 1 Preview & Rule Changes

The XFL IS HERE! On today’s episode Pride and X discuss week one of the XFL season and discuss all the rule changes that the XFL has adopted compared to the NFL. We discuss how we think the league will play and our hopes for the leagues success! 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 FACTS for tight ends starting with the tight end one’s for the 2019 fantasy football season. We discuss which tight ends actually helped your team and which ones hurt your team. We also talk about how a tight end finishing in the top 12 does not mean you should draft them like that in 2020.

FACTS of the 2019 Fantasy Football Wide Receivers 13-24 + Super Bowl Preview

What’s with the wide receivers! On today’s episode we 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 FACTS for wide receivers starting with the wide receiver two’s for the 2019 fantasy football season. We discuss which wide receivers who finished in the top 24 actually helped your fantasy team and which players masked their season by having a couple of great games.

FACTS of the 2019 Fantasy Football Wide Receivers 1-12

Whats with the wide receivers! On today’s episode we 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 FACTS for wide receivers starting with the wide receiver one’s for the 2019 fantasy football season. We discuss which wide receivers who finished in the top 12 actually helped your fantasy team and which players masked their season by having a couple of great games.

FACTS of the 2019 Fantasy Football Running Backs 13-24 + Championship Reactions!

The Super Bowl is set! The San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs are heading to Miami for Super Bowl 54 and we give our reactions to the games on Sunday and get a slight preview for the Super bowl. 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 FACTS for running backs starting with the running back two’s for the 2019 fantasy football season. We discuss which running backs we think can break into the top 12 and discuss some running backs we think will finish as a running back 3 in the 2020 fantasy football season.

FACTS of the 2019 Fantasy Football Running Backs 1-12

CMC has to be the number one overall pick in 2020, right?! On today’s episode Pride and Q go over some of the latest news and notes, highlighting all the key hiring’s and firing’s. 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 FACTS for running backs starting with the running back ones for the 2019 fantasy football season. We discuss is CMC should be the number one overall pick next year, will the top 5 backs from 2019 return on investment in 2020? Who from the top 10 makes the jump to the top 10?

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.

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?

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.

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.

Packers vs Lions Week 17 Preview: What the Packers Need to do to Lock up a First Round Bye

Green Bay finishes out their season going into Detroit to take on the Lions. The Lions have been struggling with David Blough at QB. They have been bit by the injury bug this season. First losing Kerryon Johnson (he’s back now), then Matthew Stafford, TJ Hockenson, and Marvin Jones. It’s tough to win when you lose all those important pieces throughout the season.

Week 17 Start/Sit

The final week of the NFL regular season is upon us. Heading into the final games there are still a ton of teams playing to make the playoffs or to get a higher seed. Luckily this means that most teams won’t have the luxury of sitting their starters this week. There should still be some very good games this week, and along with that some good performances.

Buccaneers 2019 Fantasy Football: Who to Sit/Start in Week 16

With the completion of the NCAA football regular season, the Bucs are one of six teams to play on Saturday this week. The game time is set for 1:00 P.M. EST, and should prove to be a juicy matchup for both offenses assuming the weather holds up. Tampa Bay and Houston both rank in the bottom five of all NFL teams for passing yards allowed, however, Houston has been much better to limiting teams in the red zone as they have allowed 330 total points (19th) this season compared to Tampa Bay’s 395 (30th). This game clearly features a pair of the NFL weaker defenses, and should provide for plenty of offense.

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