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Fantasy Football Fire Pyro Podcast Show 262
End of Season Fantasy Football Awards
01: Quick Review of the Super Bowl… 3 Mins
02: Fantasy Football Awards: 10 Mins
Fantasy MVP 12 Mins
Fantasy LVP 27 Mins
Biggest Surprise Stat (Negative) 65 mins
Best Free Agent to Change Teams Signing 82 Mins
Fantasy Rookie of The Year Not Including Ezekiel Elliott Award 98 Mins
Never heard of that fucking guy before this season award 116 Mins
The Wayne Chrebet Award (Best White Wide Receiver that isn't Jordy) 123 Mins
The RBBC RB2 Award (Best Back in a RBBC as the Second Guy) 131 Mins
Sorry I forgot you at the Store Award (Guy you wrote off too soon) 138 Mins
Wait how old are you again? (Old Timer award) 146 Mins
All-Vaginitis Team Award 158 mins
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”Cash Me Ousside, HowBow Dah?” Award 170 mins
Scott Wright of DraftCountdown.com is joined by special guest Kyle Crabbs of NDTScouting.com to discuss the underclassmen prospects that declared for the 2017 NFL Draft.
Topics Include: Mitch Trubisky of North Carolina, DeShone Kizer of Notre Dame or Deshaun Watson of Clemson for QB1? Where will Oklahoma RB Joe Mixon be selected? OT1 - Cam Robinson of Alabama, Garett Bolles of Utah or Ryan Ramczyk of Wisconsin? Can Miami (FL) TE David Njoku overtake O.J. Howard as the top tight end? Is Tennessee DE Derek Barnett overrated? Who is the top cornerback prospect? Is the top safety Jamal Adams of L.S.U., Malik Hooker of Ohio St. or Jabrill Peppers of Michigan? Non-1st Rounders with the most star potential. And much, much more!
There is Mets news this week, and Jeffrey doesn't want to downplay it of course, but there will be time for that later. The important thing is the Baseball Prospectus 2017 Annual is out, and thus, a drinking game must occur. So we are joined by Craig Goldstein, Meg Rowley, Kate Morrison, defending champ Nick Stellini, to try and identify rando middle relievers with all identifying information removed. Many drinks are consumed. We also answer your emails, and Jeffrey is slightly more sober than he was this time last year. Sober enough to roast some fennel while writing this blurb at least. We cannot and will not speak for the others.
New from Cheesehead TV and the Packers Talk Network it's the Packers War Room Podcast. Ross Uglem from PTN and CHTV hosts with FanRag's Jacob Westendorf and Cody Bauer from Cheesehead TV. The guys are in full offseason mode and will bring you, the fan, a 14 episode series breaking down the Packers offseason and draft preparations as they march towards the 2017 NFL Draft.
The show begins with a discussion on the state of the current Packers wide receiver corps and who the guys want around for the next two seasons. That brings about a spirited discussion about the role of Randall Cobb in the offense, what he brings to the table, and whether he should be asked to restructure his contract.
Following that the guys bring about some memories about the recently departed Sam Shields and James Starks. They discuss whether those are the right moves for the team and what they mean for the state of the roster going into 2017. They also discuss what Shields' future should hold.
Before getting into their discussion on wide receivers the guys talk about what their basic strategy would be in terms of addressing the team's gaping hole at the cornerback position.
Once the wide receiver discussion begins the guys discuss who their favorite players are, who some undervalued players could be, and what type of guys the Packers could target at the position in when.
We are back from a little break to dive into the trade waters and decide whether or not the Bears will or should trade for Patriots QB Jimmy Garoppolo. Chris Wesseling of NFL.com (@ChrisWesseling) joins the show to break down Garoppolo's trade value and what it would cost for a team like the Bears to get him. Chris also gives his insight on the other quarterbacks available and what the Bears should do with Alshon Jeffery. Kevin and John wrap up the show by discussing Garoppolo, Jeffery and more on the Bears' options in free agency.
As free agency quickly approaches it is time to start identifying team needs and potential options for the New York Jets. We will break down the roster and contracts and review ways to address problem areas. In addition we will look to draft strategies that could be used by Mike Maccagnan. Last but not least, we will take live calls throughout the show and answer tweets from @TalkJetsRadio on Twitter. The support and listens are greatly appreciated, please be sure to subscribe and leave us feedback!
Joe, Beth and Mike go through Alain Vigneault's expansion, the message it sends, the strange timing and the message it sends.
They'll also talk about the lack of adjustments, the defense being bad, Lundqvist and Raanta and much more. All this and more on your weekly New York Rangers podcast, hosted by Blueshirt Banter.
Mike Silva kicks off the symbolic start of the baseball season with his "Pitchers & Catchers" show. Former Mets pitching coach Rick Peterson joins Silva to discuss his new book "Crunch Time: How to be at Your Best When it Matters the Most." Rick shares coaching tactics he used in professional baseball that translate into any workplace. Mike talks about his concerns with David Wright, why the Mets are handling Zack Wheeler and Michael Conforto properly and how Terry Collins needs to learn from his mistakes of last spring.
Prowrestling.net Live with Jason Powell and Will Pruett airs at 3CT/4ET. Jason and Will take your pro wrestling calls coming out of the WWE Elimination Chamber pay-per-view. Join Jason Powell for live coverage of Raw at Prowrestling.net on Monday nights, and Jake Barnett for live coverage of WWE Smackdown on Tuesday nights. Prowrestling.net Live air the Monday after each WWE pay-per-view event.
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