Host Ian Hartitz is joined by senior PFF analyst Dwain McFarland to break down the key usage notes from Week 17, PFF's season-long fantasy awards as well as a few big picture takeaways from the year. Usage conversation includes notes on Cole Beasley yielding some snaps to Isaiah McKenzie, CeeDee Lamb back to an every-down role, Van Jefferson losing steam, Dare RB1 Ogunbowale, Elijah Mitchell, and D'Andre Swift's returns, and much more. Fantasy awards highlight Cooper Kupp as MVP, Ja'Marr Chase as rookie of the year, and Cordarrelle Patterson as most improved fantasy player among others. Finally, Dwain and Ian talk some hits and misses from 2021, pointing out suggestions on how to get better in 2022.
0:00 - Intro, 1:53 - Key takeaways from Week 17, 2:07 - Cole Beasley or Isaiah McKenzie?, 5:00 - Rams WR room, Van Jefferson, 8:30 - Michael Gallup out, CeeDee Lamb, 12:50 - Buccaneers WRs, 19:56 - Is Zay Jones the real deal?, 22:45 - RB usage, Mitchell, Swift, 39:27 - PFF Awards, 40:20 - Fantasy Football MVP, 47:28 - Most improved Fantasy Football player, 51:40 - Best Fantasy comeback, beginning to end of season, 57:50 - Fantasy Rookie of the Year, 1:05:20 - “He’s Not A Backup, Coach” Award, 1:09:16 - Award Summary and Takeaways, 1:09:45 - Hits and misses from 2021, how to get better in 2022, 1:31:54 - Outro