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Join Chris and Bob as they review the coaching staffs at each team in the AFC
How has Head Coaching Changes impacted fantasy value? Which Coordinator is impacting what fantasy starter?
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Join our hosts Brian Hughes and Rhodri Jones as they discuss the NFL Draft for both the AFC North and South. Our experts will discuss their NFL Draft grades and provide insight as to the rookies who could make an immediate impact. Plus our experts will aslo discuss some of the NFL news that has happened in the last week. Have a question? Call in our experts will provide you the answers to your sports questions. The call in number is 1-917-889-9592!! Show airs Tuesday morning 9am pacific time 12pm eastern time.
Last week we covered NFC West. This week we will cover the AFC West as we cover every division in the NFL. We are going from the Westm to the East coast and so far we have talked about one of the strongest divisions in recent years and now another powerful division. Let us see if we believe that the Broncos will take the division again or will the Chiefs or Chargers finally dethrown them. Come join as we give another great breakdown and some predictions to this season.
The 2015 NFL Draft is in the rearview mirror, and while another round of post-June 1 free agency remains, for the most part we know who will be playing where in 2015, whether it's veterans like LeSean McCoy (now with the Buffalo Bills) or rookies like Melvin Gordon (who was the San Diego Chargers' first round pick this year).
And with fantasy draft season just around the corner, that means it's time to examine all the offseason moving and shaking and see how it impacts the fantasy value of both those players who changed addresses and those who stayed put.
With that in mind, Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy hosts Gary Davenport and Walton Spurlin welcome Fantasy Sharks Staff Writer Todd Latzke, who will help break down the past few months and how they affect the fortunes of fantasy football fanatics everywhere.
So come on in -- the water's FINE!
Join hosts Brian Hughes and Rhodri Jones as they discuss the NFL draft selections for the AFC West and WEastern confrence. Find out which rookies could have a major impact in 2015, and which rookies could disappoint. Have a question about the NFL draft or a general question about football?Call in our hosts would be more than happy to answer your questions. Call in number is 1-917-889-9592. This will be our last episode of the season
New York Jets Superfan Andrew Hersh is joined by Patriots Superfan Patrick Siska and Dolphin Dave to discuss what was a crazy offseason in the AFC East.
- Who is the biggest challenger to the Patriots throne?
- Is Ryan Tannehill the long term answer at QB for the Fins?
- The best, worst and most under the radar moves of the offseason
- What's with all the incest going on in the AFC East? Yes. INCEST TALK!
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We have decided that we are going to go Division by Division for one show each week during this preseason. And who shall we start with?... well the AFC East of course! How could we not with the deflategate drama. Let's get this breakdown started...?
PodVader and the SuperFans preview the AFC West (after reading an application from a potential SuperFan).
We get going in Denver where bad news has struck. Ryan Clady lost for the season and the Oline in front of an older Peyton Manning is worrisome.
Kansas City could be the team to step up if Denver takes a step back. Jeremy Maclin will certainly help the offense and feeling confident about that secondary.
Hold on a second, what about the Chargers? Philip Rivers is the best QB in the divison after Peyton Manning with an improving Oline and a new RB that can do it all. Not the lead pony but it's a true 3 team race. Injuries are the only thing that will hold the team back.
The Raiders are...the Raiders. Or are they? Raiders have the best QB situation in the divison? They aren't going to compete, but they will surprise. D is still very questionable.
Broncos could have the best D in the NFL? What about the other positional groupings?
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PodVader and the SuperFans preview the AFC East and are joined by special guest, Ross Tucker! He host the Ross Tucker Football podcast and you can tweet him @rosstuckernfl.
Ross Tucker reunites with Pod Vader and starts talking about the Bills. Rex Ryan can be the guy to bring championship gold to Buffalo. They have a great argument for having the best DLine which for Ross is the second most important position after QB. But the Bills don't have a QB - or do they. Andrew asks about Ross' position on position battles in reference to Geno Smith being named the starting QB for the Jets. Who's next in the East? How about the Dolphins?
Dave breaks down the QB position for the Dolphins and their strengths and weaknesses. Dave is mostly concerned with the LBs, but Andrew mentions the Dolphins' Oline will have trouble holding up against the Dline's in the AFC East.
Moving on to the Jets, Andrew has to defend the decision to name Geno Smith the starter already. Geno does have some weapons surrounding him with a deep RB core and some nice WRs. A QBs best friend is a great defense and the Jets have a pretty good one.
Assuming the Patriots are without Tom Brady for at least a couple games, Jimmy Garopplo is the next man up. Pats Oline is concerning. Can Julian Edleman be good without Brady? Patriots secondary looks just awful. Are they the fourth best roster in the division?
Season predictions for the teams has Pod concerned about a very competitive year ahead.
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"What's Hot" will get you up to date with the most recent NFL news, which currently is the aftermath of the NFL Draft. We'll discuss who will have the better career between Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston along with the reason why the Cowboys didn't draft a running back to replace DeMarco Murray.
We'll talk plenty about the Steelers draft, what you need to know about all eight draft picks and which rookie we think will make the biggest impact in 2015. We'll also see how the rest of the AFC North did in the draft along with trying to figure out what happened in the second round between the Steelers, Ravens, and Baltimore rookie tight end Maxx Williams.
As we all know, the Steelers have a rich history that very few franchises in professional sports can match. Talking about our team's great moments from the past and sharing our memories of those moments will be a staple of "What's Hot". Tomorrow night, we'll look back at our favorite moments from the 1975 Super Bowl X champions, the 1995 AFC Champions (as is the unwritten rule of BTSC, we will refrain from saying the name of one player from that team) and the 2005 Super Bowl XL championships team.
Be sure to tune in LIVE Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. ET.
Join Daniel Feuerstein & Rick Laughland as we talk to Chris Price of Boston Sports Radio Station WEEI .com as we talk about the changes that happened in the AFC East as alot of player and coaching movement has begun to buzz from Buffalo to New England, to NYC & finally down in Miami.