From fantasy implications to NFL draft analysis to major events, the Rotoworld Football staff has the NFL landscape covered. Listen as Josh Norris, John Daigle, Roto Pat, Hayden Winks and Nick Mensio give their analysis and opinions on everything happening in the NFL.
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Despite a *weird* offseason, some player ADPs have drastically changed since June 1st. Josh, Denny and Pat outline names at each position, question why their draft slot has changed so much and if they're interested.
So much has changed since our last live draft in July, so John, Josh and Hayden join forces to knock out 20 rounds. Daigle takes the reigns and outlines his early, mid and late round strategies.
Josh and Pat welcome Denny Carter to the show! After some randomness, the group selects which side of a split backfield they'd rather draft based on ADP.
The Rotoworld Crew discuss 6 different teams they believe you should be looking to stack for your drafts.
The Rotoworld crew discuss what they believe to be the one burning question for every NFC Team.
The Rotoworld crew go through one burning question for every team in the AFC - division by division, starting in the AFC North.
The Rotoworld crew break down 5 of the teams they previewed this off season.
The Rotoworld crew take you through 6 different dilemmas they're facing in drafts this year.
The Rotoworld crew lets you know which fantasy football players they're targeting in July.
The Rotoworld crew talk Scott Fish Bowl, Patrick Mahomes' mega deal, and go through 6 different camp battles this offseason.
Follow along as the Rotoworld crew navigates through their second full 20-round fantasy football draft. They talk through early and late round strategies, favorite sleepers and roster construction along the way.
The Rotoworld crew make the case for players that no one wants to make the case for. From Stefon Diggs to Todd Gurley, to wondering why Seattle's lead back isn't getting more love. Hopefully these are a few names that the football bubble has overlooked.
The Rotoworld crew pick their favorite players outside of the top 50 that they believe could be potential league winners.
Josh Norris and Pat Daugherty take a look at rounds 7 through 12 and share their mid-round strategies.
Josh Norris, Ian Hartitz and Hayden Winks take a ride on some Hype Trains! Which player/team will make their list, and which one's are they hopping off of?
Josh Norris and Patrick Daugherty make their way through the first six rounds of fantasy football drafts. While explaining their favorite and least favorite picks in each round.
Josh Norris, John Daigle and Ian Hartitz break down the NFL teams that have the best possibility of going worst to first in their respective divisions. As well as some news on Dalvin Cook and his possible holdout.
The Rotoworld crew take you through who they believe are the top-6 most watchable teams of 2020.
Follow along as the Rotoworld crew navigates their way through a full 20-round fantasy football draft. They talk through early and late round strategies, favorite sleepers and roster construction along the way.
The guys take a look at who in the NFL they think is facing crossroads this season. From players to GM's they give you their opinions on who needs to shine this season.
The Rotoworld crew lets you know which fantasy football players they're targeting heading into June. Rookie QB Joe Burrow makes the list, as well as Texans' WR Will Fuller.
The Rotoworld Crew take a look at some of the most overrated and overdrafted players in fantasy football. From Clyde Edwards-Helaire to Mike Evans and many more.
Josh Norris, John Daigle, and Ian Hartitz take a look at a handful of overlooked second-year players and the possibility of a breakout sophomore season
Pat posted his early 2020 rankings, so we dug in. Why does Josh Allen sit at No. 15 among QBs? The difficult time sorting WR 6-10 this year. What RBs could emerge as league winners?
Ian, Daigle and Josh go game by game of the Week 1 slate, picking the winners and questioning the losers. Can the Titans' shocking 2019 translate to the 2020 opener against the explosive Broncos? The Bucs and Saints meet to start the season, do we side with the "new" or the established.
We dive into RotoPat's rankings of NFL head coaches. Who should be listed higher: Sean McVay or Kyle Shanahan? How to separate Sean McDermott, Mike Vrabel or Frank Reich? And could Adam Gase fall to last on the list?
Rosters are in place for whatever offseason is ahead of us. That means substantial pressure is on certain players. Why? Potentially looking in the rear view mirror because of a replacement arriving. The talent added around them eliminates excuses. Previous draft capital that has yet to be lived up to. Daigle, Ian and Josh draft their Top 10.
Now that NFL rosters are *basically* set, Josh, Pat and Daigle identify the best position groups on various teams around the NFL on offense.
With draft weekend complete, Josh, Ian and Daigle identify their favorite draft classes... and pinpoint three that left them puzzled.
The opening 32 picks of the 2020 NFL Draft have been made, and we have takes. Josh, Daigle, Hayden and Pat go pick by pick to analyze the new additions, and puzzling decisions, each franchise made.
The NFL Draft is just a few days away... but those days are full of rumors, "news," and misinformation. We're on the case. Josh, Daigle and Ian put the latest draft rumblings in the hot seat to decide if the buzz is believable - or flat out false.
A full first-round 2020 NFL Mock Draft hosted by Paul Burmeister... what could be better? Josh, John and Hayden rotate picks, insert surprises and discuss multiple scenarios for every team in the first round.
Christian McCaffrey is now the highest paid running back in the NFL. How critical should we be if it is a move that the Panthers were inevitably going to make? And how will it impact team building? Plus Josh, John and Ian draft league shifting trades that could happen during NFL Draft weekend.
Josh Norris opens the show by welcoming RotoPat for Brandin Cooks trade fallout - what it means for the Texans offense and how different the Rams might look in 2020. Then Ben Fennell joins again, this time to outline the perfect draft prospect to NFL player comparisons in the 2020 class.
Even with free agency complete, significant roster holes still exist across the NFL. The team drafts dire situations that still need to be fixed - including Packers pass catchers, the Chargers quarterback spot and many more.
Josh welcomes Ben Fennell to the program. Some teams might have regrets on passing on talents like Deebo Samuel, D.K. Metcalf, Maxx Crosby and others... so Josh and Ben identify prospects in the 2020 draft who can fill the same role for their future team. But first, we lead with news!
This week's Tuesday Ten spotlights our favorite moves of the offseason. Trades, hirings and obviously signings... and whatever interpretation falls in-between. Just don't shut us off after Ian's first nomination. Stick with us.
With the draft just one month away, PFF's Mike Renner joins the show to reveal the prospects he would pound the table for in an NFL draft room. Plus Pat on the Robby Anderson and Breshad Perriman news.
With the most important days of free agency behind us, Josh, Daigle and Ian unite (despite their distance) to reveal the players, teams and coaches who could be coined "Winners" or "Losers" thanks to the roster changes of the last week.
Chapters closed on multiple Face-of-Franchise QBs in the last few days: Tom Brady moving to the Bucs. Philip Rivers headed to the Colts. Cam Newton leaving Carolina. Jameis Winston will play... somewhere? Josh, Ian, John and Pat talk through each situation from the perspective of both teams involved.
The new league year began, and it brought plenty of surprises and superstars changing teams. From DeAndre Hopkins to Stefon Diggs to the Dolphins mirroring the Patriots in building a defensive identity, we've got it all covered.
We've got a whole bunch of news to catch up on. Austin Ekeler deservedly gets paid, but will the Chargers trust him to lead the backfield? The Bucs are going "all in" on Tom Brady, can it happen? Plus Gronk is off to the WWE - is he the best player to wrestler option?
Josh, Daigle and Ian put their GM hats on for one day, joining forces to create a free agency board, the 21 target players we would chase this offseason. You might be surprised who is left off the list.
Ah yes, Draft Season is here! Josh Norris unveils his first Perfect Mock Draft (of many) this year and gets quizzed by Ian and Daigle on fits across the league. We also dive into the recent player for player trades, including the Panthers puzzling decision to trade Trai Turner. We close with Roto Pat with a round of "You're still here?!"
We are back in studio with tons of blurbs to catch up on. Could Tom Brady land with the Titans? Yannick Ngakoue could be the next Jaguars start to leave Duva;, but the Bengals plan to keep A.J. Green. John, Josh and Ian then navigate the trade winds, with players like Trai Turner, Trent Williams, Andy Dalton and Darius Slay possibly on the move. Then we close by calling out those who are "Feelin' the Heat" across the NFL.
In this NFL Combine Capsule, Josh Norris walks you through exactly what mattered from OL and RB workouts. Tristan Wirfs put on a show and Ezra Cleveland has a great chance of being a key player for an NFL teams. A.J. Dillon and Jonathan Taylor both shined with their athleticism... but we explain why "poor" profiles don't set up a ball carrier for failure.
Quarterback, Receiver and Tight End workouts are in the books, and Josh Norris guides you through the key conclusions drawn and exactly what matters. Baylor WR Denzel Mims put on a show, and his numbers stack up historically among great testers. Jalen Reagor profiles as a mini-D.K. Metcalf, so how might the NFL view him? Plus, Chase Claypool's projection and how Jordan love might be disrupting the entire QB order.
Josh Norris and Hayden Winks welcome a variety of guests from the Combine. Bills GM Brandon Beane (3:48), Browns Senior Media Broadcaster Nathan Zegura (13:38), CBS Sports Senior NFL Reporter Jonathan Jones (26:02), Yahoo Senior NFL Reporter Charles Robinson (37:25), ESPN's Matthew Berry (48:53), and the Philadelphia Eagles' Fran Duffy (1:03:14).
Day 1 of the 2020 Combine is in the books. Josh Norris and Hayden Winks reveal the 10 vital lessons learned ahead of the offseason. Plus a 2-on-1 with Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott on team building.
We roll into the show with details on the new CBA proposal. What the players get, what the Owners took and how it impacts all of us. Pat joins to help us bring teams or players back down to earth, after possibly exceeding expectations last year. Then we flip it, and boost the ego of a team that needs it.
Josh and John share the mics today. With free agency a month away, big NFL news items are starting to hit; Drew Brees announced his return, rumors of Teddy Bridgewater landing a $30 million contract and players like Darius Slay possibly being traded. Speaking of trades, we boot up the TRADE MACHINE to send superstars to new homes.
Evan Engram, Patrick Peterson, TY Hilton: Do these players with one year left on their contract deserve a new deal? We debut "Is It Worth It?" to find out. Plus Pat joins for an early look at 2020 fantasy rankings and we take a spin around the news cycle.
The band is back together in Studio 5. Josh, Daigle and Ian catch up on the news over the last two weeks, which includes Russell Wilson's frustration with the Seahawks' offensive plan, the Jaguars playing in London twice next season and Andrew Berry becoming the youngest GM in the NFL. It's the offseason, so the guys tell you what they need a break from... in the football world and beyond!
Jordy Nelson joins the show. We hear about his basketball roots and how we almost never got to see Jordy play WR. Plus how learning from an early season mistake led to a Super Bowl touchdown. Gary Vaynerchuk outlines the positives and pitfalls of nepotism when hiring and Justin Forsett closes with life as a late round rookie.
Josh Norris and Ian Hartitz react to an incredible comeback by Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs in the Super Bowl. Plus, the guys address Nick Bosa’s amazing day (15:12), where the 49ers go moving forward (18:20), and how long the championship window for the Chiefs can stay open (22:35).
What a week! This episode includes every interview from Day 3 of our Miami tour. It opens with CHRIS LONG to define how special Aaron Donald is. EDDIE GEORGE shares his relationship with Derrick Henry and his advice to "break clavicles." EMMITT SMITH shares what it was like to walk into Cowboys stadium as a member of the Cardinals. RON JAWORSKI evaluates both Super Bowl quarterbacks. Then ROBERT MAYS joins Josh and John to preview every aspect of Sunday's game. MELVIN GORDON hints what his 2020 plans might be. And we close with two heroes MARC SESSLER AND CHRIS WESSELING. Plus the McCourty Twins, Terry McLaurin, Anquan Boldin, Neil Smith and Tim Brown.
More interviews from MIAMI. Carson Palmer on what Bruce Arians would've told him if he threw 30 INTs. Kenyan Drake on Kyler Murray's rookie season. Cam Heyward taking dodgeball way too seriously. Tom Curran dissects the Patriots offseason, and why Bill Belichick will ultimately make the final decision on Tom Brady. Plus Preston Williams and Justin Forsett.
Josh Norris and John Daigle are in MIAMI with endless supplies of sunscreen and an infinite amount of interviews headed your way. We open with Hall of Famer JEROME BETTIS, including that memorable stat line: 5 carries, 1 yard and 3 touchdowns. JP Finlay joins to sort through all the offseason happenings in Washington. Will Brinson explains his love for Philip Rivers. Matt Harmon takes a walk down memory lane, and we close with Bob Sturm on the Dallas Cowboys.
Back in studio? Back in studio. Ian, John, Pat and Josh convene for a variety of topics. First, the team reviews 10 BIG moments from the 2019 season. That's followed by the biggest offseason storylines that will play out over the next few months, players who deserve more touches in 2020 and the free agent who excites us most.
Josh Norris and John Daigle break down the AFC and NFC (19:19) conference championship games, look ahead to the Super Bowl matchup in two weeks (31:26), and react to some coaching news from Houston (36:06) and Carolina (40:13).
Josh Norris and John Daigle react to Luke Kuechly’s surprising retirement, Antonio Gates’ not surprising retirement (11:15), and the hiring of Kevin Stefanski in Cleveland (13:03). Oh yeah, we also preview the conference championship games (17:56 and 26:45)!
Expect the unexpected, and toss some randomness in. The result? The divisional playoffs. John Daigle and Ian Hartitz call in form Las Vegas to review each game from the weekend. Can the Titans' formula continue to work? A Chiefs comeback for the ages, and might playoff football actually be different?
We're back to preview the second round of playoff action! Josh, Ian and Daigle answer the pivotal questions ahead of the weekend... Can Jimmy Garoppolo continue to step up when it matters most? Will the ravens run away from the Titans? Can the Texans repeat their early season win over the Chiefs? Should we have given the Packers more respect this season? Plus updating the coaching hires across the NFL.
Josh Norris, John Daigle, and Ian Hartitz react to the news that the Cowboys are hiring Mike McCarthy to be their next head coach. Plus, we break down Wild Card Weekend: Vikings/Saints at 11:10, Seahawks/Eagles at 24:00, Texans/Bills at 34:34, and Titans/Patriots at 48:03.
The family is back together just in time for the playoffs. First, sorry for the audio scratching. The studio was cold and *one* of the guys needed a jacket. There are four excellent playoff matchups this weekend. Should we believe int he Bills more than the Texans? Shockingly, Ian and Daigle are confident in Tom Brady and the Patriots offense. Plus so much more.
The season is over for 20 teams across the NFL. Josh Norris and John Daigle took time for each, highlighting the best and worst developments for every team.
The fantasy season might be over and we might be 10 lbs heavier, but Josh and Daigle couldn't let you go a weekend without game previews. The two talk through playoff scenarios and what is at stake for each team with something to play for.
The 2019 Fantasy Football season comes to a close in exciting fashion. Daniel Jones drops five touchdowns. Saquon Barkley shines with two massive plays. Lamar Jackson continues to steamroll opponents, and the NFL playoff picture becomes clearer. Thank you for sticking with us all season long!
Josh Norris and John Daigle preview (4:20) Texans/Bucs, Bills/Patriots, and Rams/49ers. RotoPat joins (24:56) to look at Saints/Titans, Cowboys/Eagles, and Packers/Vikings. Hayden Winks (39:38) breaks down Cards/Seahawks, Raiders/Chargers, and Chiefs/Bears.
Josh Norris and Ian Hartitz react to Will Grier getting the Panthers starting quarterback job, and the report that Browns players yelled, “come get me” to the Cardinals’ bench. Plus, we name our top five favorite players of the last decade.
Josh Norris, John Daigle, and Ian Hartitz read your bad fantasy beats for Week 15. Plus, Daigle gives you waiver wire advice for Week 16 (22:51), and we check in on the Vikings backfield situation after the injury to Dalvin Cook (27:18).
The fantasy football semi-finals are over. You won, because you listen to the podcast. But it was also a wild Sunday of action. The Cowboys offense returned, both running and throwing the football. Kyler Murray outperformed Baker Mayfield. Finally, Patrick Mahomes tossed lasers in the snow. We watched, so you don't have to.
Josh Norris and John Daigle preview Texans/Titans, Broncos/Chiefs, and Bills/Steelers. RotoPat joins to break down Bears/Packers, Seahawks/Panthers, and Rams/Cowboys. Finally, Hayden Winks previews Vikings/Chargers, Browns/Cardinals, and Colts/Saints.
Josh Norris and Ian Hartitz look back at some preseason favorites at each position and compare their ADP with how they actually performed. We also preview the Ravens and the Jets on Thursday Night Football.
Josh Norris, John Daigle, and Ian Hartitz read your fantasy bad beats coming out of Week 14's games, and Ian tells you the players to go grab as you try and bring that championship home (24:05).
What a Sunday of Football. Incredible games, incredible plays, and we break it all down here. The Titans are on a roll with Ryan Tannehill. The Texans' defense might limit their ceiling. Plus the Chiefs end the Patriots' streak and the Ravens continue to roll.
Josh Norris and John Daigle preview 49ers/Saints, Lions/Vikings, and Chiefs/Patriots. RotoPat joins (22:04) to break down Ravens/Bills, Seahawks/Rams, and Steelers/Cardinals. Hayden Winks (42:07) looks at Titans/Raiders, Colts/Bucs, and Giants/Eagles.
Josh Norris and Ian Hartitz react to the firing of Ron Rivera (1:50), preview the Cowboys and Bears on Thursday Night Football (13:40), and look back at the best players this year and ask, “Did we see this coming?” (21:40) Plus, Nick Mensio joins to give you his Week 14 starts and sits (38:12).
Josh Norris, John Daigle, and Ian Hartitz break down the playoff picture in each conference. We start with the 49ers in the NFC (3:17) and run through all the relevant teams. The AFC starts with Baltimore (11:34) and continues down the line. The guys also throw out some award candidates (25:01) and give you a few waiver wire names to keep an eye on this week (35:41).
Week 13 was a dud. Don't worry, we watched the games so you don't have to. Bad teams like Washington, Miami and Cincy game how victorious, and we answer how. Plus Lamar Jackson passes another difficult test against the 49ers and Gardner Minshew takes back his starting job, two weeks too late.
Josh Norris and John Daigle preview some of Week 13’s biggest games: Titans/Colts, 49ers/Ravens, Rams/Cardinals, Raiders/Chiefs, Patriots/Texans, and Vikings/Seahawks.
Josh Norris, John Daigle, and Ian Hartitz react to Andy Dalton becoming the starting QB in Cincinnati again, and preview the Thanksgiving Day games: Bears/Lions, Bills/Cowboys, and Falcons/Saints.
Josh Norris, John Daigle, and Ian Hartitz examine some preconceptions they had earlier this season. We address Drew Brees’ arm strength, Aaron Jones’ usage rate, and Carson Wentz’s status as a top QB. Ian asks if there is a QB that started a game this year that the Patriots wouldn’t be at least 6-5 with? Plus, we give you waiver wire advice for Week 13.
Alright... It was an atrocious Sunday of football. So instead of going back and watching the games, just listen to the podcast and let us do the work for you. The Cowboys failed to step up to the Patriots' level. The Eagles offense continues to suck. The Saints held off a Panthers comeback, and much more.
Josh Norris, John Daigle, and Hayden Winks preview Seahawks/Eagles (1:39), Dolphins/Browns (7:30), Jaguars/Titans (11:33), Cowboys/Patriots (16:48), Packers/49ers (23:55), and Ravens/Rams (29:11). RotoPat comes aboard (34:04) to preview Bucs/Falcons, Lions/Redskins, and Raiders/Jets.
Josh Norris and Ian Hartitz preview Colts/Texans on TNF, and break down some favorable fantasy playoff schedules (9:32). Plus, Nick Mensio joins to give you start and sit advice on Phillip Lindsay, Tyrell Williams, Ronald Jones, and Curtis Samuel (29:01).
Josh Norris, John Daigle, and Hayden Winks suggest how to fix the broken offenses of multiple contending teams. Plus, we check in on several players chasing records this year (12:08), get Hayden’s backfields update (18:20), and Daigle’s waiver wire advice for week 12 (23:32).
Another week of the season is in the books, and the entire crew goes game by game to fill you in on the important performances you missed, both on a player and team level.
Josh Norris John Daigle preview Texans/Ravens, Jags/Colts, and Patriots/Eagles. RotoPat joins (20:34) to look at Saints/Bucs, Cardinals/49ers, and Bears/Panthers. Finally, Hayden Winks (42:48) helps us break down Falcons/Panthers, Cowboys/Lions, and Chiefs/Chargers.
Josh Norris and Ian Hartitz break down the Steelers and the Browns on Thursday Night Football (2:45). Plus, Ian helps you size up some big WR/CB matchups this weekend (9:28). Plus, Nick Mensio joins us to give you his Week 11 starts and sits (16:37).
Josh Norris, John Daigle, and RotoPat break down the sputtering Rams’ offense, the encouraging Cardinals’ offense (9:40), and a couple of units on teams that have evolved throughout the season (15:34). Finally, Daigle gives us some waiver advice for Week 11 (23:15).
It was a wild, surprising Sunday of football, and the entire Rotoworld Football crew is here to break it down. From upsets of the Falcons over the Saints to the Titans over the Chiefs, to last second goal line attempts for scores, we break down every game and every relevant player in each performance.
Josh Norris and John Daigle preview the Rams/Steelers, Panthers/Packers, and Vikings/Cowboys. RotoPat joins (17:31) to preview Chiefs/Titans, Giants/Jets, and Seahawks/49ers. Hayden Winks joins (33:45) to look at Cardinals/Bucs, Falcons/Saints, and Dolphins/Colts.
Josh Norris and Ian Hartitz preview Chargers/Raiders on TNF, react to Nick Foles returning as the starter for the Jags (7:12), and Cam Newton ending his season on IR (12:30). Plus, Nick Mensio joins us for week 10 starts and sits (21:01).
Josh Norris, John Daigle, and Ian Hartitz break down the disappearing act of Odell Beckham Jr., discuss the future prototype NFL QB, and the emergence of DK Metcalf. Plus, Daigle discusses some key waiver pickups like Josh Gordon, Ronald Jones, and more.
Week 9 is in the books! Listen to the Rotoworld Football Crew review each of Sunday's game, including the upset loss by the Packers and the Dolphins getting their first win. Plus Jacoby Brissett exits with an injury and Matt Moore toppling the Vikings.
Josh Norris and John Daigle preview Texans/Jags, Colts/Steelers, and Cowboys/Giants. RotoPat joins to break down Vikings/Chiefs, Lions/Raiders, and Patriots/Ravens. Hayden Winks finishes the pod (29:23) with Bucs/Seahawks, Bears/Eagles, and Titans/Panthers.
Josh Norris, John Daigle, and Ian Hartitz look at every single team and break down where they stand halfway through the 2019 season. We start with the top teams in the conference and work our way down according to record - AFC first, NFC at 54:33.
Josh Norris, John Daigle and Ian Hartitz discuss effects of the JJ Watt injury to the Texans, and the Cardinals trading for Kenyan Drake (7:04). Plus, we look at Aaron Rodgers’ success (11:48), the other best offenses in the league (15:10), and whether it’s better to start your team with a big time play-caller or any other non-QB (17:47). Finally, we dive into the waiver wire and tell you who to pick up this week (22:40).
8 Weeks down, 8-ish weeks to go. Josh Norris calls every blurber on staff so they can breakdown the moments and players you missed on Sunday. The Patriots stayed undefeated and scored another defensive touchdown. Deshaun Watson again displayed his magic, carrying his team to a win. Plus Matt Nagy with an all-time coaching blunder.
Josh Norris and John Daigle and Hayden Winks preview Eagles/Bills, Jets/Jags, Seahawks/Falcons, Broncos/Colts, Panthers/49ers, and Texans/Raiders. RotoPat joins (30:59) to break down Cardinals/Saints, Browns/Patriots, and Packers/Chiefs.
Josh Norris and Ian Hartitz react to the Mohamed Sanu and Emmanuel Sanders trades (2:48), preview Redskins/Vikings on Thursday night (11:06), and break down some split backfields in Detroit, Arizona, LA, and more (15:43). Plus, Nick Mensio comes aboard to give us his starts and sits (26:23).
Josh Norris, John Daigle and Hayden Winks discuss the ramifications of the Patrick Mahomes injury on the Chiefs and the MVP race (5:25). Plus, multiple teams have some tricky QB decisions to make at this point in the season (9:42). Finally, we dive into the waiver wire and tell you who to pick up this week (22:40).
Another week in the NFL is over, so we are here to put every Week 7 performance into perspective for you. Lamar Jackson absolutely carried his team to victory over a good Seahawks team. Chase Edmonds emerged out of the Cardinals backfield to the tune of three touchdowns. The Colts, despite lacking "wow" players, topped the Texans, and so much more.
Josh Norris and John Daigle preview Lions/Vikings, Eagles/Cowboys, and Patriots/Jets. RotoPat joins (16:42) to break down Rams/Falcons, Cardinals/Giants, and Ravens/Seahawks. Hayden Winks (31:44) helps preview Texans/Colts, Raiders/Packers, and Chargers/Titans.
Josh Norris and Ian Hartitz react to the Jalen Ramsey trade, preview Chiefs/Broncos on Thursday night (8:16), and break down some split backfields (14:42). Plus, Nick Mensio comes aboard to give us his starts and sits (26:38).
Josh Norris, Ian Hartitz, and RotoPat react to another disappointing Browns performance, and look at which 3-3 teams they still believe in this year (6:40). Plus, who is the best team in the NFC right now (14:28)? Finally, we run through some potential waiver options for you this week (20:51).
Three weeks ago we thought the Rams and Cowboys were among the NFL's best... Now both are on three games losing streaks. The Chiefs have lost two straight and Deshaun Watson continues to be one of the most electric players in the league. Marcus Mariota got benched, Kyler Murray stars and Kyle Allen improves to 4-0. Josh Norris and the entire Rotoworld Crew review and wrap up each of Sunday's games.
Josh Norris and John Daigle preview Panthers/Bucs, Texans/Chiefs, and Cowboys/Jets. RotoPat joins (15:49) to break down Seahawks/Browns, Eagles/Vikings, and Lions/Packers. Hayden Winks (30:58) helps preview Saints/Jags, 49ers/Rams, and Falcons/Cardinals.
Josh Norris and Ian Hartitz preview Giants/Patriots on Thursday night, and Ian helps us decipher split backfields (10:05) in Arizona, Philly, San Francisco, and Kansas City. Plus, Nick Mensio comes aboard to give us his starts and sits (22:00).
Josh Norris, John Daigle, and Ian Hartitz react to the firing of Jay Gruden in Washington, review the QBs taken in the first round the last two years (6:29), and break down how Melvin Gordon’s return impacts the Chargers’ backfield (10:31). Plus, we run through some potential waiver options for you this week (19:14).
Josh Norris is joined by the whole blurbing crew: Pat, Daigle, Ian, Hayden, Jesse and Mr. Costa to take you game by game across the NFL landscape. Deshaun Watson and Will Fuller posted historic performances. The Broncos and Cardinals both logged their first wins of the season. And Kyle Allen and Teddy Bridgewater remain undefeated this season.
Josh Norris and John Daigle preview Vikings/Giants, Cardinals/Bengals, and Browns/49ers. RotoPat joins (23:51) to break down Ravens/Steelers, Jaguars/Pathers, and Bucs/Saints. Hayden Winks (40:13) helps preview Falcons/Texans, Packers/Cowboys, and Colts/Chiefs.
Josh Norris and Ian Hartitz preview Rams/Seahawks on Thursday night (1:52), and Ian helps us decipher split backfields (10:27) in Tampa Bay, Pittsburgh, Kansas City, and LA after Melvin Gordon’s return. Plus, Nick Mensio comes aboard to give us his starts and sits (20:21).
Josh Norris, John Daigle, and RotoPat give you their most surprising players or teams through four weeks of the season (2:45). Plus, we run through some potential waiver options for you this week (18:27).
It was a wild Week 4, so Josh Norris whips it around the blurb block to hear from each of our writers detailing the games they covered. Did the Bills slightly expose Tom Brady? The Browns got on track with a win, but the Ravens left us wanting more. Even in a loss, the Lions might be for real. And much more.
Josh Norris, John Daigle, and Hayden Winks break down six of week 4's best games. Plus, RotoPat joins to discuss his week 4 rankings.
Josh Norris and Ian Hartitz preview Eagles/Packers on Thursday night, and we run through the biggest injuries of week 4. Plus, Nick Mensio comes aboard to give us his starts and sits.
Josh Norris, John Daigle, and Ian Hartitz react to the Browns and the Rams on Sunday Night Football (2:10), the Saints offense in their first game without Drew Brees (7:54), and best (12:32) and worst (20:12) undefeated teams. Plus, we run through some potential waiver options for you this week.
Josh Norris goes from blurber to blurber, writer to writer, to recap each game played on Sunday. Six quarterbacks were making their starting debut, including Daniel Jones leading the Giants to a win and Kyle Allen keeping the Panthers in contention. Plus Dalvin Cook looking like the best back in the NFL.
Josh Norris, John Daigle, and Hayden Winks (16:20) break down six of week 3's best games. Plus, RotoPat joins to discuss week 3 rankings (26:45) for Josh Allen, Carlos Hyde (30:19), Mike Evans (32:58), and others.
Josh Norris and Ian Hartitz react to Daniel Jones taking over for Eli Manning, and preview Jags/Titans on Thursday night. Plus, we run through the biggest injuries of week 3 and get starts and sits from Nick Mensio.
Josh Norris, John Daigle, and Ian Hartitz react to Drew Brees being out more than a month (2:46), Dak and Lamar putting up Mahomes-type numbers (7:25), an epic tank by the Dolphins (14:07), and Josh Jacobs surprising role in Oakland (17:54). Plus, we run through some potential waiver options for you this week (21:27).
Josh Norris calls every Rotoworld blurber for a synopsis of each of Sunday's games, touching on practically every fantasy relevant player. Lamar Jackson and Kyler Murray squared off, as did Mitchell Trubisky against the Bears former DC Vic Fangio. Drew Brees left with a thumb injury, and the fantasy fallout was significant for Alvin Kamara. It's all here.
Josh Norris and John Daigle break down week two's matchups. Hayden Winks gives his Fantasy Forecast for the Bengals (19:52), Cowboys (23:31), and more. Plus, RotoPat joins to discuss week 2 rankings for Drew Brees (34:11), Kerryon Johnson (37:00), and others.
Josh Norris, Ian Hartitz and John Daigle preview the Bucs/Panthers game on TNF (2:02) and react to week one's biggest injuries (8:25). Plus, Nick Mensio joins to offer his starts and sits for week two (22:00).
Josh Norris and RotoPat share their four big takeaways from the Rams (1:20), Cowboys (5:56), Cardinals (10:14), and Ravens (14:36) games. Plus, we run through some potential waiver options for you this week (20:49).
Josh Norris phones all the Rotoworld blurbers following Week 1 of the 2019 season, for the vital narratives, stories, news and performances from each of Sunday's games. Ian Hartitz talks Falcons at Vikings, Giants at Cowboys. John Daigle spotlights Bills at Jets, 49ers at Bucs. Hayden Winks focuses on the Rams at Panthers and Bengals at Seahawks. Patrick Daugherty had the Chiefs at Jaguars and Lions at Cardinals. Nick Mensio with the Redskins at Eagles and Colts at Chargers. And Jesse and Anthony, respectively, has the Titans at Browns and the Ravens at Dolphins.
Josh Norris and John Daigle react to the news of the day, then welcome in Nick Mensio for starts and sits (14:38), and RotoPat for rankings (22:56). News includes new deals for Zeke Elliott and Jared Goff, as well as the Melvin Gordon holdout and the Laremy Tunsil trade.
Josh Norris, John Daigle, and Ian Hartitz preview all 16 games on the week 1 schedule.
Packers @ Bears - 2:13
Chiefs @ Jaguars - 5:30
Falcons @ Vikings - 9:10
Titans @ Browns - 12:33
Bills @ Jets - 15:30
Ravens @ Dolphins - 18:15
Redskins @ Eagles - 21:03
Rams @ Panthers - 24:21
Colts @ Chargers - 27:47
Bengals @ Seahawks - 29:57
Giants @ Cowboys - 32:36
49ers @ Buccaneers - 35:45
Lions @ Cardinals - 38:26
Steelers @ Patriots - 40:30
Texans @ Saints - 42:30
Raiders @ Broncos - 45:06
Josh Norris and Ian Hartitz go team by team, the Arizona Cardinals to the Washington Redskins, to analyze the state of each franchise ahead of kickoff. Are the Eagles Super Bowl favorites? Do we believe in the Bucs too much? Josh and Ian share comments, observations, concerns and questions for all 32 teams.
Andrew Luck shockingly retired Saturday night. He was the QB4 in drafts. TY Hilton was the WR13. Marlon Mack the RB18. So what should you do now? Josh Norris tells you why you shouldn't be too wary of Hilton and the new tier Marlon Mack now belongs in. Plus Eric Ebron, Devin Funchess, Parris Campbell and Nyheim Hines. Josh also discusses the Texans backfield situation, and why Duke Johnson should be drafted even earlier than where Lamar Miller was.
Ian Hartitz and Hayden Winks join Josh Norris to lay down 10 bold, beautiful and fearless predictions for the 2019 season. OJ Howard emerging as the best tight end in football. Tyler Lockett finishes the season as a top 12 scoring receiver. The 49ers end the season by supporting two top-24 running backs. And much more.
One Hour. 32 Teams. The crucial information from this offseason and preseason that you must know entering your drafts. Josh Norris and Davis Mattek go team by team to deliver the actionable news and lineup changes that will help you draft. Plus their favorite late running back selections and stacks for the season.
Josh Norris is joined by John Daigle, Nick Mension, Jesse Pantuosco and Roto Pat to outline the crew's favorite late round fantasy football targets and players we are avoiding at their current cost.
The entire crew comes together to divulge the players they are trying to exit every single fantasy draft with. Plus potential rookie breakout players (not named Kyler Murray) and the ADP shifts you need to know about since August 1st.... hello Rashard Higgins and Jalen Hurd.
Josh Norris hosts as Jon Daigle, RotoPat, Scott Pianowski, Andy Behrens, and loyal listeners draft their teams for the season. Chris Simms also provides round-by-round breakdown.
Ray joins Josh for the final time (for now). Along with what the two are most excited to see in the five preseason games on Friday/Saturday, Ray puts the Antonio Brown news in perspective. Plus possible concerns with Dante Pettis, Mitchell Trubisky and Kareem Hunt's late season role with the Browns.
John Daigle joins Josh Norris to cast one wish for each of Thursday's 11 preseason games. Can Devin Singletary stand out among Bills backs? Will Daniel Jones and Dwayne Haskins showcase the aura of a rookie starter? Plus the two take you through the relevant news of the week that is impacting drafts.
Preseason football is back! Josh and Daigle take you through the parts of the Falcons and Broncos worth paying attention to in this opening game. Then Pat jumps on to relay the best values at running back and wide receiver, including the likes of Chris Carson, Geronimo Allison and Desean Jackson.
Josh opens the show with Ray to relay the important news from the last week, including the Giants hurting at pass catcher, Theo Riddick release (and how it impacts Kerryon Johnson) and Lamar Jackson being the perfect late round QB selection. The Pat joins to look at clusters of fantasy football rankings at the running back and receiver spots.
Summer? We hardly knew you. Training Camp is here, as much of the leagues kicks off team activities and, soon, preseason games. Josh Norris and John Daigle catch you up on all the news you must know, including RB holdouts, offensive line trickle down and much more.
To open the show, Josh and Ray hit on this week's big news, with much of the focus on RB contracts. Melvin Gordon wants to get paid. Ezekiel Elliott wants to get paid. Plus... what's with this possible 18-game NFL schedule? Then Josh is joined by Pat, Nick, Daigle and Jesse to outline a handful of strategies you should use in drafts this year.
Part II of our One BIG Question series is here, this time focusing on the NFC. Josh, Jesse, Pat and Nick take you through, team by team, to determine the one main query each team mst answer prior to kicking off the 2019 season.
As training camp approaches, Josh is joined by Pat, Nick and Jesse to ask the one BIG question facing every AFC team. Will Adam Gase keep Sam Darnold on the right track, or derail him? How much REALLY will Nick Foles help the Jaguars? Jon Gruden has no excuses, so can he finally enter the year 2019? And be sure to download Thursday's NFC episode.
Superstars receive deserved run all the time, so Josh and Pat highlight some of the best sidekicks across the NFL. From Will Fuller to Geronimo Allison to Tyler Boyd, these Luigi's make a meaningful impact on the field and could help you win your league this year.
Josh updates Ray on all of the important news from the last week, including Jonah Williams missing the season, if Josh Gordon is on track to be active and Sony Michel running "full tilt." Plus the two take a look at the 2019 NFL MVP odds and give you a few of their favorites. And the show closes with your favorite... the Aston Villa minute.
Josh puts out the Bat Signal and JJ Zachariason answered. This episode is all about "What Would JJ Do?" as he answers many of the questions and topics posed in previous podcasts, including breakout player and second year players he is most excited about. Plus @LateRoundQB himself tells you which late round QB you should be targeting.
Josh Norris and John Daigle, from Paris, talk you through the Most Watchable teams heading into the 2019 season. The two spend plenty of time on what Bruce Arians might do for Jameis Winston and the Bucs offense. Plus the possibility of the Cardinals starting the season 3-2 thanks to opponents and the gift of surprise. That and so much more.
Josh, Ray and Pat return to work through this week's biggest blurbs; Is 2019 finall the year of Donte Moncrief? The Texans GM search continues to take interesting twists. Could the Lions offense, you know, be relevant this year? Plus the trio tells you which lies to ignore and why Ray elects to leave his read receipts on.
Bonjour! We're back from vacation. With OTAs concluding and Training Camp just around the corner, Josh, Pat and Ray catch you up on the vital bits of news from the last few weeks. Carson Wentz's extension and what it means for the present and future, plus the GM changes for the Jets and Texans. Plus, how nervous should we really be about Todd Gurley's status?
Patrick Daugherty joins Josh Norris to rank NFL GMs from best to worst. How high have John Dorsey and Chris Ballard climbed in just a small amount of time? Plus Kevin Colbert and John Schneider overcoming monumental moments of identity change on their teams.
Josh and Pat are back with another Friday Five: your questions and problems, our answers. Is the Combine moving to primetime possible over-saturation? Which player might've been destined for greatness if they avoided injury? And what careers would the duo have if they did not write about football?
Every year NFL players reach their potential. They climb up a few tiers above their peers, and identifying those talents before the season begins can pay huge dividends once games kick off. Josh Norris, Rich Hribar and Ray Summerlin each nominate two names for the title of "Breakout Player of 2019."
Another edition of the Friday Five is here, this time with John Daigle joining Josh Norris. The two nominate teams that could go from worst to first in their division. Plus you asked us to be barbecue snobs, if we've ever been fired from a job and Youtube rabbit holes. Thanks for listening!
Yes, that happened. Two weeks after the 2019 NFL Draft, the Jets decide they no longer want to employ the GM who picked and signed players since last season ended. Mike Maccagnan is out of a job, and Adam Gase has been tabbed interim GM as well as full time coach. Josh, Pat and Rich break it all down, plus dive into notable players who missed sizable parts of the 2018 season and what their outlook is for the upcoming year.
Josh Norris and RotoPat join up for this edition of Friday Five, answering your questions about football, love and life. The two nominate this year's version of Eric Ebron, a player who failed to reach their potential with the team early on but exploded after a few years in the league. Plus Aston Villa emotions and when it is the right time to quit on a book.
The focus over the last few months has been on the incoming rookie class, and for good reason. But there are a number of picks from the 2018 class, just one year ago, that have not made an impact or been given an opportunity. Josh Norris and Ray Summerlin implore you to not forget the likes of Ronald Jones, Hayden Hurst, DJ Chark and more.
**Hopefully the audio for this episode is not tooooo abnormal; we are attempting to incorporate a video element and are toying with different setups** 254 new rookie picks mean 254 NFL veterans might be on notice for their starting spot. Josh Norris, Rich Hribar and Patrick Daugherty outline a number of rookies' paths to important roles and what it means for their teams.
The draft is complete. Three days, 254 selections which means 254 new players have entered the NFL. Josh Norris, Ray Summerlin and Rich Hribar spotlight their favorite picks, teams and what they might mean for next season.
Josh Norris, RotoPat and Ray Summerlin talk through every pick, every prospect and every trade that happened during the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft. The Raiders and Giants shocked us all night, while good teams kept their strengths strong. Plus the differing outlook of Marquise Brown and N'Keal Harry.
Josh Norris and Evan Silva dig deep on the 32 picks in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft. Who might trade up? Who might trade down? Where will the quarterbacks land, including Josh Rosen? Could OL be drafted much earlier than expected? When will the receiver run start? If you enjoy this episode, Subscribe!
You enjoyed this episode so much that we brought it back this year. Josh Norris welcomes Dane Brugler, Ben Fennell, Joe Goodberry and Ted Nguyen to the show. The group's goal is to build their consensus big board, starting with 19 names, choosing their top 10 and then ranking that list 10 to 1. It's a great conversation that focuses on traits, positional value and much more. If you enjoy this episode, share it with a friend.
With one week until the 2019 NFL Draft kicks off, Paul Burmeister, Chris Simms, Josh Norris and Thor Nystrom joined forces to predict how the first round will play out. The group went through each team's current roster situation, draft needs, possible selections and ultimately decided on a pick. You will be surprised where the quarterbacks are slotted and the ranking of offensive linemen. Enjoy, and be sure to subscribe to the show!
This is one of our favorite conversations every year. Josh Norris hosts Graham Barfield of NFL.com and Yard Created to dive deep on the 2019 NFL Draft RB class. Is Josh Jacobs in a tier of his own? Will Darrell Henderson's electric style hit in the NFL? What do we make of David Montgomery and Devin Singletary? And could Bryce Love be the gem of this class?
Josh Norris hosts UMass WR and 2019 NFL Draft prospect Andy Isabella. After two straight seasons of over 1,000 yards, Isabella has been working with NFL legend Randy Moss during the draft process. He details what that experience has been like, plus beating the stereotype of being a white receiver. Finally, Andy takes us into some of his biggest plays over the last two years.
I love this conversation every single year. Josh hosts Matt Waldman, who just posted the 2019 Rookie Scouting Portfolio. Matt was kind enough to share a few of his rankings and thoughts on prospects, including Hakeem Butler earning a historic grade. The two attempt to dig into Devin Singletary and why he's such a difficult projection. Plus Myles Boykin is not just a Combine creation, Will Grier earning a QB1 label and more.
Josh Norris and Evan Silva swap notes on a handful of WR prospects, and you get to listen. Why Hakeem Butler, not D.K. Metcalf, is the No. 1 prospect at the position. Miles Boykin is absolutely worth taking a Day 2 shot on. Is N'Keal Harry best on the inside? Andy Isabella on the outside? And finally, Marquise Brown is something special.
Josh hosts PFF's Mike Renner on the podcast to spotlight a handful of players that deserve your love. On this 1 on 1 date, Renner reveals he prefers Jerry Tillery to Ed Oliver and believes Andy Isabella's NFL projection is comparable to Brandin Cooks. Mike also divulges a few third day prospects that left a great first impression. Let's do the damn thing!
This is a replay of Josh Norris' 45-minute segment on Chris Simms' Unbuttoned podcast. Josh, Simms and Ahmed Fareed cover a number of prospects, including Ed Oliver, Hakeem Butler, Devin Singletary, Rashan Gary and Parris Campbell. Chris and Josh certainly don't see eye to eye on every prospect, so the conversation focuses on those differences in the hopes of finding the truth.
Josh Norris hosts one of his favorite prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft, RB Devine Ozigbo out of Nebraska. Ozigbo's collegiate career was not an easy one, as he was forced to wait for his opportunity. So the conversation hits on self-reflection, improvement and not losing sight of goals. Plus, you know, football stuff.
Rich, Pat and John Daigle were in town, so Josh sat them down for an impromptu podcast. Be warned, very little football is discussed in this episode outside of the Browns current standing in the AFC and our worst fantasy calls ever. Instead Josh ponders his future bald head, group travel recommendations and the worst movies of all time.
Chris Simms (of the Chris Simms Unbuttoned podcast) joins the show to touch on a variety of topics, old and new. What's it like as a starting quarterback when one or more of your starting offensive linemen go down? Has Jon Gruden changed from 2008 to 2018? Is winning outside of structure with your feet now imperative for young quarterbacks? Plus Josh and Chris take recent comments from NFL decision makers through the NFL lie detector.
It's the first prospect interview of the season. North Dakota State QB Easton Stick, the passer with the most wins in FCS, joins Josh for a 15-minute conversation, including why Easton isn't on social media. How he handles losses since he experienced so few during his career. And finally a game of recall, where Stick recites game situations and results with zero preparation.
The last three days have been a whirlwind, so let Josh and Ray clear up the picture for you. First, the two break down every aspect of the Odell trade: what it means for the Browns and Giants. Then it's on to Le'Veon Bell's fit with the Jets , while also touching on Mark Ingram, Tevin Coleman and Desean Jackson. Ray also confirms his lunatic tendencies by refusing to read Harry Potter books, despite enjoying Harry Potter films.
Josh is joined by Danny Kelly, who is embarking on a journey to create a draft guide for The Ringer this offseason. The core of this conversation focuses on prospects who offer conundrums in their play style and how it might translate to the NFL. So Josh and Danny attempt to find the truth.
The NFL negotiation period opened Monday, and immediately deals were agreed on. So Josh Norris and Rich Hribar had to jump on the podcast to dissect the moves. What role will Jamison Crowder fill for the Jets? Is Adam Humphries in line for another big season, this time with the Titans? And is Nick Foles the missing piece for the Jaguars, and much more.
In our first Q&A episode, Ray and Josh answer your questions and even question each others' answers. Does that make sense? Outside of QB, which position would you invest in? Among the entire Nickelodeon catalogue, what show would you star in? What's the best sports video game of all time? And which player in the NFL is actually bad?
The four days of athletic testing are complete, so Josh Norris takes you position by position to outline what mattered most to him. Thank you for supporting Rotoworld and the podcast all week, and if you enjoyed the show, please consider sharing it with a friend.
Ladies and gentlemen, this is an historic receiver draft class. There are so many ridiculous athletes. Josh Norris lays out what matters, what doesn't, what types might easily transition to the NFL and which ones might be misunderstood. Plus Noah Fant stole the show among tight ends and is Kyler Murray already locked in to the no. 1 pick?
I know, you were let down by the running backs. But take a step back, perhaps that disappointment was a result of your own expectations. And even Josh Norris, who is a huge believer in athletic testing, does not freak out about running back athletic profiles. Plus Andre Dillard has joined the club! And hire Joe Thomas for everything.
This NFL Combine update includes thoughts from Colts GM Chris Ballard on the receiver position, plus the team's board already being dropped down to 216 names. Also, there are receivers at the Combine with a weight difference of 62 pounds. including one with reportedly 1.6% body fat. We aren't doctors, but that doesn;t seem healthy.
Josh Norris is here to wrap up the first day of the 2019 NFL Combine. News flash: there's not much to wrap up. Josh will touch on the meaningful quotes and comments from GMs and head coaches on Thursday. Today, he details what he cares about during the Combine. How he watches the event. Plus offensive line and running back measurements, and why the Combine shouldn't change.
Josh and Evan are back for draft season. The two have not shared their evaluations with each other until this conversation. The prospects discussed are Josh Jacobs, David Montgomery, Devin Singletary, Miles Sanders and Devine Ozigbo. Do any fit a top 10 prospect mold?
One of our favorite guests in Sigmund Bloom returns. He and Josh hit on a number of topics, including if we should respect NFL coaches more than we seem to. What happened to the Steelers and how could they make these decisions in a window to win? Sig reveals his biases when evaluating players and closes with non-football recommendations for all of you.
Josh Norris is joined by the youthful Hayden Winks, who recently posted a series on meaningful analytics that help identify early career success for draft prospects. The quarterback figure shocked Josh. Plus the importance on the Combine for many positions, including offensive line and edge rushers.
Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Make me a match. Find me a find, catch me a quarterback that will start for six games then give way to a rookie! Josh, Ray and Pat try to piece together available quarterbacks and teams with a need at the position. And it is finally revealed why Josh has been single since 5th grade.
The 2018-19 NFL season has come and gone, but there are plenty of lessons to be learned that we can apply moving forward. Josh, Patrick and Richard share their favorites. Running backs either operate in the passing game, or they don't exist. Is the offensive line the second most important piece of a Super Bowl contender? And much more.
Whether it is your first time placing a bet or you're a seasoned vet, we've got you covered for Super Bowl 53. Josh, Rich Hribar and the mysterious Clev TA talk you through their favorite prop bets for Sunday's game, from the simple to the ridiculous.
There's just one more game left in the NFL season, and we cover it from every angle. Josh, Ray and Pat take you through the ways each team can win the game. Will Todd Gurley bounce back and be the difference Maker for the Rams? Can the Patriots offensive line again keep Tom Brady clean and allow him to be surgical? Does it all come down to which defensive front disrupts more?
Down in Mobile, Alabama, Josh Norris invites a few friends on the podcast: Fran Duffy, Ted Nguyen and Joe Goodberry. The four cover a number of topics, opening with the simple question, "what wins in the NFL?" to quarterbacks succeeding inside and outside of structure, to the importance of offensive line coaches and flexibility, and finally each person's favorite position to evaluate.
Just three more games remain in the NFL season, and the Championship showdowns go down this weekend. First, Josh Norris and Evan Silva look at every angle of the Saints and Rams contest, and if it all falls on Jared Goff winning out of structure and under pressure. Then Josh, Ray and Pat surmise if the Patriots can do it... again... against the ridiculous Chiefs offense.
Let's welcome the top offenses back to the playoffs after 24 points was the highest team total last weekend. The Saints, Chiefs and Rams all return, and Evan Silva, RotoPat and Josh Norris break it all down, from both a macro and micro level.
The Packers kicked off the coaching hires with the addition of Matt LaFleur and it has been a whirlwind since. Josh, Pat and Ray are here to break the first six down, including Kliff Kingsbury's outlook in Arizona and Freddie Kitchens jumping multiple levels this season.
Josh Norris hosts the debut of Hayden Winks on the Rotoworld Football Podcast, as Hayden outlines the best Super Bowl bets before the start of the playoffs. Hint... it's the Chiefs. Plus long shot bets on the Ravens, Colts and Seahawks.
It is playoff time! First up, Josh and Evan breakdown the Cowboys chances against the Seahawks, and the keys to victory with each team. Then the duo try to quantify Nick Foles' impact on the Eagles, and if it enough to overcome the Bears at Soldier Field. Then Ray and Pat hop on to pick the most difficult game of the weekend: Colts vs Texans, and what each needs to do to be victorious. Plus the expectation for the Ravens versus the Chargers.
It is week 17, so your fantasy playoffs are over. The podcast, however, keeps rolling. First, Josh and Evan look at the meaningful games in the AFC with playoff ramifications, and then Josh and Pat do the same for the NFC side.
In a bit of a change, Nick Mensio stops by first this week to preview some of the best DFS plays for Week 17 before Rich Hribar talks about a few of the most interesting players in his Worksheet column.
In an Evan free episode, Josh and Pat discuss some of the more polarizing players of championship weekend, including Jared Goff, Sony Michel, Robert Foster and Derrick Henry.
Raymond Summerlin and Rich Hribar preview the Saturday night game, discuss some DFS values, and hit on the Worksheet before Nick Mensio delivers his favorite starts and sits for Week 16.
It is Championship Week, ladies and gentlemen. Ray Summerlin highlights the top pick-ups of the week, including Kalen Ballage, Jamaal Williams, Robert Foster, Robby Anderson and more. And Josh finally reveals his specialty: ranking American Idol contestants.
It is semifinal weekend, ladies and gentlemen. First up Evan Silva outlines Jared Goff and company being extremely great plays. Plus Anthony Firkser, Robby Anderson and a Ross Tucker imitation. Then RotoPat joins to determing if Derrick Henry can be a dependable starter this week, as well as Lamar Jackson and Dalvin Cook.
Raymond Summerlin and Rich Hribar discuss the Thursday Night Football, some DFS values, and the Worksheet before Nick Mensio delivers his favorite starts and sits for Week 15.
It's the first round of the fantasy football playoffs, so let's win. Evan Silva dishes on the surprisingly relevant Jaylen Samuels and Justin Jackson, plus why Josh Allen is having success in the same ways he did in college. Then RotoPat on the Rams-Bears matchup and if Russell Wilson can be depended on.
Raymond Summerlin and Rich Hribar discuss the Thursday Night Football, some DFS values, and the Worksheet before Nick Mensio delivers his favorite starts and sits for Week 14.
This is an important week for fantasy football, so Josh and Ray want to help you determine an optimal roster. First up are the running backs injuries, like pivoting from Melvin Gordon to Justin Jackson, or Matt Breida to Jeff Wilson. We've also seen Dante Pettis and Curtis Samuel emerge. Plus if Aaron Rodgers has your trust heading into the fantasy playoffs.
Josh Norris, Evan Silva and Patrick Daugherty are back to help you win the final week of the fantasy football regular season. Evan professes his love for Lamar Jackson, why Aaron Jones has been so good and the two reminisce about Ahman Green. Then Pat joins in to talk up Matt Breida and more during his rankings segment.
Raymond Summerlin and Rich Hribar discuss the Thursday Night Football, some DFS values, and the Worksheet before Nick Mensio delivers his favorite starts and sits for Week 13.
It is the last week of the fantasy football regular season, and there is plenty of news to cover. Austin Ekeler shoots into top 12 RB status. With Leonard Fournette suspended, what should you do with TJ Yeldon and Carlos Hyde? Plus small school phenom David Moore, and Ray tells you everything you need to know about Aliens.
Raymond Summerlin and Rich Hribar discuss the Thanksgiving slate, some DFS values, and the Worksheet before Nick Mensio delivers his favorite starts and sits for Week 12.
Just a few weeks are left in the regular season, so Josh and Ray are here to help you pick the pivotal players that will lead you to victory. Josh Adams Appears to tbe the Eagles lead back. Gus Edwards emerged out of nowehere. Tre'Quan Smith and DJ Moore both had huge Sundays, but will the opportunities be there in the future?
It's that time again to win your fantasy week. Evan Silva applauds Chris Ballard for the job he's done so far with the Colts, why Tre'Quan Smith is a good dart throw and Kerryon Johnson as an easy start. Then RotoPat joins to defend his rankings on Kenny Golladay, Corey Davis, Marlon Mack and Leonard Fournette.
Raymond Summerlin and Rich Hribar discuss Thursday Night Football, some DFS values, and the Worksheet before Nick Mensio delivers his favorite starts and sits for Week 11.
Josh Norris and Ray Summerlin are here, with three weeks left in the regular season, to set you up for playoff success. The duo opens with Rashaad Penny and how they can't trust a single thing Pete Carroll says. Is Rex Burkhead worth a speculative add? Plus Anthony Miller and Josh Reynolds' expanding roles.
Thanks for tuning in. Josh and Evan start with predicting Dez Bryant's role with the Saints, and why it might mirror Marques Colston. Then the two heap praise on Andrew Luck, look at the positive trend for Larry Fitzgerald and close out with the uber talented Josh Gordon. Then RotoPat is up to discuss Carson Wentz, Dion Lewis, TY Hilton and Kenny Golladay.
Raymond Summerlin and Rich Hribar discuss Thursday Night Football, some DFS values, and the Worksheet before Nick Mensio delivers his favorite starts and sits for Week 10.
Once again we are back to fix your fantasy team. Ray and Josh dive into Duke Johnson's success, Mike Davis filling in for an injured Chris Carson, Marquez Valdes-Scantling as the Packers No. 2 receiver, Adam Humphries and so much more. And by more we mean reminiscing about NFL Fever and Dynasty mode.
Week 9 is here, beautiful people. First up is Evan Silva on Coutland Sutton's expanded role in Denver, Kenyan Drake's playmaking skills that are deserving of more touches, and D.J. Moore fitting the NFL landscape at receiver... and possibly thriving in it. Then RotoPat joins to express some level of caution on Drew Brees and Josh Gordon, plus Isaiah Crowell's outstanding matchup.
Raymond Summerlin and Rich Hribar discuss Thursday Night Football, some DFS values, and the Worksheet before Nick Mensio delivers his favorite starts and sits for Week 9.
Josh Norris and Ray Summerlin by reacting to the Browns coaching change. And after digging out of that hole, Ray dissects your waiver wire to uncover possible roster targets, like DJ Moore, Josh Adams and Keke Coutee.
Let's win week 8, my friends. First up is Evan Silva talking up Tyler Boyd, Kerryon Johnson's emergence and Trenton Cannon's increased role. The Pat joins to select the best play among the Raiders backfield, Mitchell Trubisky being more athlete than quarterback, and if you should be wary of Alshon Jeffery because of the matchup.
Raymond Summerlin and Rich Hribar discuss Thursday Night Football, some DFS values, and the Worksheet before Nick Mensio delivers his favorite starts and sits for Week 8.
Once again we are here to fix your fantasy roster. Josh and Ray discuss the Amari Cooper deal and what it means for both sides. Then Ray dishes on TreQuan Smith's upside, Ronald Jones' outlook and much more. Thanks for your continued support.
Let's win this weekend, friends. Josh and Evan open with the 49ers offense with CJ Beathard at quarterback, Jordan Reed fitting the process but lacking results last week, and the emergence of Taylor Gabriel as a force. Then Pat joins to discuss Jameis Winston's outlook, if Kerryon Johnson can be started with confidence and much more.
Raymond Summerlin and Rich Hribar discuss Thursday Night Football, some DFS values, and the Worksheet before Nick Mensio delivers his favorite starts and sits for Week 7.
Yes, we are back to fix your fantasy roster. Ray dissects the Colts backfield with Marlon Mack back. Plus how and why Ito Smith is stealing touches from Tevin Coleman. Ray also admits to not being able to quit Antonio Callaway, and Josh explains why Albert Wilson's yards after catch skills aren't just a fluke. Oh, and the two go down the Wolverine rabbit hole.
Enjoy the weekend, everyone. Evan Silva looks at some of the top playmakers in the NFL and if their matchups are favorable this weekend. Tyreek Hill is electric on the road, Josh Gordon as a possible play and if Austin Ekeler can stay on his insane track. Then pat joins the show to dish on Russell Wilson, Lesean McCoy and the Bears backfield.
Raymond Summerlin and Rich Hribar discuss Thursday Night Football, some DFS values, and the Worksheet before Nick Mensio delivers his favorite starts and sits for Week 6.
We are back, beautiful people. More running back injuries hit the league on Sunday, so Ray Summerlin outlines Alfred Morris and Corey Clement (and other Eagles backs) as additions to your roster. Plus Josh Reynolds possibly in the starting lineup and Robby Anderson returning to the endzone.
In a shortened Friday episode, Josh picks on Pat's rankings ahead of the week 5 slate. Josh feel Pat has Andy Dalton far too low, Pat believes in the volume and touchdown based (no a bad combo) Carlos Hyde. Matt Breida is still a very viable play and finally the two speculate if Calvin Ridley can continue his torrid pace.
Back from his adventures, Nick Mensio returns to deliver his favorite starts and sits for Week 5 after Raymond Summerlin and Rich Hribar discuss Thursday Night Football, some DFS values, and the Worksheet.
The true Touchdown Celebration Influencers are here. Ray and Josh help fix your fantasy team via the waiver wire. Is Keke Coutee's role sustainable? Can we finally cash those Taywan checks? Plus Nyheim Hines being the next pass catching threat out of the backfield.
It is Friday. Congratulations. Evan, Pat and Josh are here to preview the week 4 slate of NFL games. Is this Andrew Luck here to stay? Will Kenyan Drake bounce back in a big way? Is now the time to panic on Tom Brady as a fantasy asset? And Antonio Callaway's emergence with Baker Mayfield at quarterback.
With Nick Mensio somewhere in the North Atlantic, Raymond Summerlin and Rich Hribar are left to hold down the fort. They discuss Thursday Night Football, some DFS values, and the Worksheet.
Another week of football, another set of impressive performances. Ray and Josh tell you to trust and believe in Calvin Ridley and Tyler Boyd moving forward, and possibly consider both as FLEX starters. Buck Allen continues to score touchdowns... without the touches. And is there any tight end help out there?
Week 3 is here, so Josh Norris, Evan Silva and RotoPat share whatever information is stored in their brains to help you win your fantasy football matchup. Evan believes it will be a big weekend for Deshaun Watson and Emmanuel Sanders, while Pat is concerned about Corey Davis and remains optimistic for David Johnson.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the Thursday Night Game as well as the most interesting data points from The Worksheet with Rich Hribar before diving into the best starts of Week 3 with Nick Mensio.
Josh and Ray open the show discussing the Josh Gordon trade, what it might mean for the Patriots and the trickle down for possible new Browns options. Then Ray digs into this week's waivers with Gio Bernard as the clear top addition.
It's time to make those difficult decisions heading into week 2. Josh and Evan recap the most important conclusions from week 1 and look ahead to Nelson Agholor, Tevin Coleman and Corey Davis. Then Pat joins in to continue hyping George Kittle, which Josh unleashes peer pressure based on Quincy Enunwa's ranking. Thanks for the support.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the Thursday Night Game as well as the most interesting data points from The Worksheet with Rich Hribar before diving into the best starts of Week 2 with Nick Mensio.
Josh and Ray begin this episode theorizing what Pokemon they would be, then move on to possible additions to your fantasy roster. Should Will Dissly be added? Is Phillip Lindsay in control of the Broncos backfield? Could Brandon Marshall emerge as Russell Wilson's top target? That and much more as we wrap up week one and spin it forward.
This is our week 1 Matchups and Rankings podcast with Evan Silva and Roto Pat. Both writers love Andy Dalton this week and would strongly consider starting over the likes of Patrick Mahomes, Jimmy G and others. Plus Keelan Cole could be in for a big day and why Stefon Diggs might emerge as a top 5 receiver this season.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the Thursday Night Game as well as the most interesting data points from The Worksheet with Rich Hribar before diving into the best starts of Week 1 with Nick Mensio.
We know the season hasn't kicked off yet, but your team can still be improved. Josh Norris and Ray Summerlin dissect the 49ers running back situation as well as what happens if Le'Veon Bell shows up on Wednesday... or after week one. Ray goes on a limb and calls LeGarrette Blount the Lions lead back.
Evan Silva and Josh Norris return to wrap up the preseason in this finale. The duo shares the critical, key, significant and chief lesson learned this preseason for all 32 teams. Is Trey Burton going to lead the Bears in receiving? Will Nelson Agholor do the same in Philadelphia? Why D.J. Moore is not draftable and why instead you should take a dart throw on Alfred Morris.
This is the audio version of Rotoworld's Live Fantasy Draft show, where 8 readers completed a PPR draft with four writers: Evan Silva, Ray Summerlin, Patrick Daugherty and Rich Hribar. Therefore you won't hear the typical intro music, but you will notice a few more ad reads and odd breaks. To make up for that, a Peter King interview is included.
With the Rotoworld Football Crew in town, Josh is able to escape the train and record this podcast in studio. With injuries, snap counts, depth chart movement and preseason performances, the group reveals which players they've changed evaluations on over the last month, both positively and negatively.
We are 17 games into the 2018 preseason, so there is no better time for Josh Norris and Evan Silva to drop a two hour long podcast covering practically every relevant player on every team. Top conclusions include Nelson Agholor ranking above Alshon Jeffery at WR, Kerryon Johnson mirroring DeMarco Murray's style and a certain second year TE possibly being on the Travis Kelce track.
You survived the first week of the preseason, so Josh Norris, Ray Summerlin and Patrick Daugherty are here to recap the essential moments and performances. Are we out or in on the Seattle backfield? Do we really believe Ronald Jones won't be the week one starter? Did Christian McCaffrey's ceiling rise? And the crew asks if the NFL has fixed its quarterback problem.
Join Josh Norris and Evan Silva in watching every single game of the first week of the preseason, as the two prepare you for the noteworthy storylines, camp competitions, and players with something to prove. Who might emerge as Aaron Rodgers' fourth receiver? Should we buy the positive buzz on Cordarrelle Patterson and other Patriots receivers? Every single team is covered in this episode, and two per week will be rolled out during the preseason. Subscribe.
Rookies consume offseason conversation, but Josh Norris and Evan Silva don't want you to forget about the second-year players who failed to establish themselves in their first year. Can Dalvin Cook make good on his terrific opening four games? Is Evan interested in the Packers backfield? Plus the possibility of Corey Davis emerging as a top 12 receiver and hoping Chris Godwin earns the starter label.
Josh is joined by Ray and Pat to share what they want to learn from training camps from around the NFL. Which RBs draft position will sky rocket? Can Eli's play support top fantasy options, and if so does that make him the steal of fantasy drafts? What is Dwayne Bowe up to? That and much more.
In this solo podcast, Josh Norris details his conversation with Scott Kuhn, the Vikings' Director of Analytics. The topics range from use of GPS tracking to athletic testing to factoring in age in evaluations. These moments of peeling back the NFL curtain are difficult to come by, so if you enjoy please share and tell a friend.
We are back! Josh Norris and Rich Hribar catch up on the football world, including the great values among the Titans pass catchers. The train speaks its mind on the Seahawks backfield and Reebs informs us he's been clipped.
Josh Norris and Evan Silva sit down to discuss the best strategies for 8, 6 and 3 team leagues, namely how to approach each position within drafts. Plus the duo goes through Evan's updated Top 150, focusing on players Evan likes but Josh hasn't drafted.
Josh Norris and Evan Silva share the important takeaways and best advice from early best ball drafts. Late round possibilities lake Eli Manning, Trent Taylor and Taywan Taylor. Why we are investing in Amari Cooper. As well as roster construction and investing in running backs early.
***Sorry for the audio issues during the opening 15 minutes*** Josh Norris and Thor Nystrom love what the Packers and Bears produced during draft week and question the Raiders decisions. The Bucs drafted for need, and we applaud them. And finally, did the Saints overextend when trading up?
Josh Norris, Thor Nystrom, and Raymond Summerlin analyze Day 2 of the 2018 NFL Draft including Derrius Guice's surprise fall.
Josh Norris, Roto Pat and Ray Summerlin analyze the entire first round of the 2018 NFL Draft. Including DJ Moore's fantastic fit with the Panthers and Ray and Josh start a feud based on Penny and Michel beef.
Josh Norris and Evan Silva join forces to predict all 32 first round selections of the 2018 NFL Draft. Yes, a mock draft. Plus buzz for each team and who they have been linked to.
In this special edition of the podcast, Josh Norris is joined by four illustrious evaluators: Dane Brugler, Fran Duffy, Ben Fennell and Ted Nguyen. The group imitates an NFL Draft Room, narrowing a list of 17 prospects down to the top 10 prospects in the 2018 NFL Draft. Then the crew, as a group, ranks them 10 to 1.
Josh Norris is joined by the illustrious Graham Barfield of Yards Created and FantasyGuru.com to dive deep into the 2018 RB class. The duo covers... How Saquon Barkley broke Graham's system. If Derrius Guice is worthy of a first round pick. Nick Chubb's high floor and their equal love for John Kelly.
Matthew Freedman joins Raymond Summerlin to discuss his prospect comparisons series over at Rotoworld.com.
Josh, Ray and Pat are here to laugh, cry, praise and hate every move that happened this week in the NFL's free agent period. Kirk Cousins and Alex Smith are set up for success. We are all SO in on Jerick McKinnon. Plus the group introduces you to Ryan Grant and expresses concerns over Sammy Watkins. And much more.
Evan Silva is back and joins Josh Norris to breakdown another five running back prospects. Kerryon Johnson confuses Evan. Nick Chubb is a moving muscle. Evan and Josh are completely split on Rashaad Penny, and Josh mentions two third day backs he loves.
Josh Norris is here to wrap up the 2018 NFL Combine and tell you why it would be wrong for the Giants to select any position at No. 1 or No. 2 other than quarterback. But first, we saw a very athletic defensive back group take the field, including a record breaking time.
What a day. Josh Norris talks through the biggest takeaways from Defensive Line, Linebacker and Edge Rusher groups. Find out why Sam Hubbard, Harold Landry and Kylie Fitts stood out. Josh names his "leap of faith" candidate at defensive tackle. And finally, is Leighton Vander Esch a Tremaine Edmunds consolation prize, or something much more?
After the receivers, quarterbacks and tight ends took the field, Josh Norris is here to help you figure out what matters. Three receivers separated themselves as top athletes, and two force you to look beyond the 40. Plus, is Calvin Ridley's profile concerning? Mike Gesicki is one of the most athletic tight ends we've ever seen. That and Offensive Line projection and Shaquem Griffin's projection.
Josh Norris finally is able to dish on the offensive line and running back workouts. The podcast's Saquon Barkley - David Johnson comparison is on track... but don't overlook Nick Chubb. Two offensive linemen emerged from the pack and both could be replacements for Nate Solder. Plus Lamar Jackson and Josh Rosen thoughts.
Josh Norris dishes on what day two of the 2018 NFL Combine provided us. Bench press..who cares, especially when your breathing exercises don't work. This is a historically tall receiver class. And the Browns citing what happened in 1965 as reason to select a running back early. Nineteen Sixty Five.
13 minutes of (fools) gold. Josh Norris diagnoses the first day of the 2018 NFL Combine. Were the running backs too big? Too small? Or juuuuust right? Why the 40 should not be used as the universal measurement of athleticism. Plus the news and notes from countless head coach and GM press conferences.
Josh Norris is joined by Sigmund Bloom. The duo discuss the potential holes in Saquon Barkley's game, and why identifying them is important. Plus, Courtland Sutton as a possible WR1, what separates James Washington from other receivers and much more.
Acquaintances Josh Norris and Evan Silva dissect the 2018 NFL Draft's top running backs. Is Saquon Barkley a clean prospect, and can he be the next David Johnson? Will Derrius Guice's style shine in the NFL? Who is better, Sony Michel or Ronald Jones? And much more.
Josh Norris is joined by Matt Waldman of the Rookie Scouting Portfolio. Topics include... Is Sam Darnold's awkward footwork a critical flaw? The issues around how Josh Rosen's personality is being presented in the media. Common threads between Baker Mayfield and Deshaun Watson. Is Lamar Jackson a better prospect than Michael Vick? And much more.
The BIG Game is on Sunday. Josh Norris, Evan Silva and RotoPat break down every angle of the Patriots vs. Eagles showdown. What do the Eagles need to accomplish in order to win? Are the Patriots too multiple on offense? All of your questions are answered.
Josh Norris joins Raymond Summerlin to review the three days of Senior Bowl practices and the top NFL Draft prospects at the event.
Josh Norris and RotoPat outline the Jaguars (potential) path to victory over the Patriots, as well as the Vikings advantages over the Eagles. And we go down the rabbit hole of "What Ifs" regarding Blake Bortles' future with his team.
Josh Norris and Evan Silva try to imagine the potential path to victory for the Titans to upset the Patriots, plus why the Eagles have a very real shot of beating the Falcons. Then RotoPat joins to preview the Jaguars and Steelers and the Vikings and Saints throwdown.
Josh Norris, Evan Silva and RotoPat cover all four of the NFL's opening weekend games. Do the Titans have enough on offense to top the Chiefs? Can the Falcons slow down Jared Goff and Sean McVay? Will Cam Newton carry the Panthers? And finally.... bills/jaguars.
Josh Norris and Evan Silva discuss the top DFS plays of week 17, then Pat joins in to divulge his favorite players of 2017... and a few surprises along the way.
Raymond Summerlin and Rich Hribar discuss some of the teams which could rest their starters in the season finale before hitting the most interesting stats from the Worksheet.
Josh Norris and RotoPat spend the opening six minutes recalling their favorite toy store memories, then get into a verbal fist fight when discussing Nelson Agholor, Tom Brady and Ezekiel Elliott.
Josh Norris acts as the substitute teacher on this show, quizzing Rich Hribar on his latest Worksheet and highlighting the top starts/sits with Nick Mensio.
Raymond Summerlin and Patrick Daugherty answer questions about Aaron Rodgers, streaming quarterbacks, Antonio Brown, Jaguars wide receivers, and holiday movies.
Josh Norris is joined by two scrooges, Evan Silva and Patrick Daugherty, to talk about noteworthy plays of week 15, the fantasy semifinals.
Raymond Summerlin discusses a pivotal Saturday night matchup as well as the most interesting data points from The Worksheet with Rich Hribar before diving into the best starts of Week 15 with Nick Mensio.
Josh Norris and Ray Summerlin answer a gaggle of listener questions, including if Aaron Rodgers' potential return makes Jordy Nelson a must play. Plus Mike Evans' playoff appeal and strategy when playing a QB when his WR1 is on your opponents' roster.
Josh Norris an Evan Silva discuss if recent fantasy pickups like Stephen Anderson and Marquise Goodwin are worthy immediate starts. Then RotoPat explains why he is back to trusting Alex Smith. Plus, Pat shares his favorite childhood snack.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the Thursday Night Game as well as the most interesting data points from The Worksheet with Rich Hribar before diving into the best starts of Week 14 with Nick Mensio.
If you hate Star Wars (or like Episode I) skip the first four minutes. Ray and Josh are back to help you get your roster ready for the opening round of the fantasy playoffs. Specifically, Josh professes his love for Trent Taylor and Stephen Anderson.
Josh Norris and Evan Silva discuss the legitimacy of Geno Smith in cash formats, plus if Evan Engram is still a viable start. Then RotoPat defends his Cam Newton, Kareem Hunt and Doug Baldwin rankings.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the Thursday Night Game as well as the most interesting data points from The Worksheet with Rich Hribar before diving into the best starts of Week 13 with Nick Mensio.
Josh Norris and Ray Summerlin open by wondering how 10 people can get food poisoning during Thanksgiving. Also, Ray shares his interest in Mike Davis, Zay Jones, Dak vs Tyrod Taylor and many others.
Josh Norris and Patrick Daughtery talk through the top three games of the weekend. The duo wonders what injury will be felt most: Robert Woods vs. Marshon Lattimore. Plus, could we have a Kareem Hunt touchdown? Please?
Raymond Summerlin discusses the Thanksgiving slate as well as the most interesting data points from The Worksheet with Rich Hribar before diving into the best starts of Week 12 with Nick Mensio.
Josh Norris and Ray Summerlin help you fix your fantasy team for the final two games of the regular season. But most importantly Ray reveals he's a complete lunatic, as Mr. Summerlin believes gifts are actually bad and birthdays should not be celebrated.
Josh Norris and Evan Silva are certain it is Rex Burkhead's time. For real. Plus Jeremy Maclin's promising matchup and Bruce Ellington's emergence. Then RotoPat joins in for a basic geography lesson, plus Dak Prescott and Jared Cook.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the Thursday Night Game as well as the most interesting data points from The Worksheet with Rich Hribar before diving into the best starts of Week 11 with Nick Mensio.
Josh Norris and Ray Summerlin are here, once again, to fix your fantasy team. Corey Davis is close to exploding. Finally, Rex Burkhead has arrived. Plus Austin Ekeler has carved a real role in the Chargers' backfield.
Josh Norris and Evan Silva share 2011 NFL Draft stories and explain why Matthew Stafford is a must play, while Ameer Abdullah is not. RotoPat then joins the show to hype up Big Ben and Stefon Diggs.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the Thursday Night Game as well as the most interesting data points from The Worksheet with Rich Hribar before diving into the best starts of Week 10 with Nick Mensio.
Josh Norris and Ray Summerlin help fix your fantasy team. How interested should we be in Josh Gordon? Danny Woodhead is a priority pick up. Can Corey Coleman's potential be realized. Plus Ray dreams of Paris and BIG CATS.
Josh Norris, Evan Silva and RotoPat set you up for a wild week 9. Should we be confident in the Rams passing game? What about Cam Newton and Christian McCaffrey?
Raymond Summerlin discusses the Thursday Night Game as well as the most interesting data points from The Worksheet with Rich Hribar before diving into the best starts of Week 9 with Nick Mensio.
Josh Norris and Ray Summerlin help you fix your fantasy team ahead of Week 9. Is Alex Collins actually decent at football? Small Paul Richardson plays BIG. Vernon Davis an instant start, and much more.
Josh Norris, Evan Silva and RotoPat prepare you for week 8 and help you make the difficult decisions. Should we now fully trust Julio Jones and Amari Cooper? What about Andy Dalton? And we set the record straight on Perfect Dark being the superior title to GoldenEye.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the Thursday Night Game as well as the most interesting data points from The Worksheet with Rich Hribar before diving into the best starts of Week 8 with Nick Mensio.
Josh Norris and Ray Summerlin help you fix your fantasy team ahead of week 8. The duo looks ahead towards Corey Davis' return, Marlon Mack's big play ability and wonder why Dion Lewis is not on more rosters. Plus the best and worst sports movies.
Josh Norris, Evan Silva and RotoPat join you for this Friday edition of the podcast. Is Derrick Henry a must start? Can James White replicate his Super Bowl performance? Evan gives his cash game quarterback and running back, plus Pat shares his favorite childhood super hero.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the Thursday Night Game as well as the most interesting data points from The Worksheet with Rich Hribar before diving into the best starts of Week 7 with Nick Mensio.
Josh Norris and Ray Summerlin make sense of the Cowboys backfield, Dion Lewis' return and Brett Hundley as the top streaming option (??????). Also Ray proclaims Ricotta the king of cheeses and the boys agree jeans are awful.
Josh Norris opens the show with Evan Silva to outline Desean Jackson's fantastic matchup, Taylor Gabriel sliding under the radar and the Chargers realizing Hunter Henry is their starter. The RotoPat hops in the hot seat to explain his ranking of Kirk Cousins, ASJ and much more.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the Thursday Night Game as well as the most interesting data points from The Worksheet with Rich Hribar before diving into the best starts of Week 6 with Nick Mensio.
Josh Norris and Ray Summerlin debate life's horrible moments, like losing your wallet vs. running out of gas. Also, the two discuss the 49ers muddied backfield, Christian McCaffrey the "RB" and realize Cooper Kupp is not on enough rosters.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the Thursday Night Game as well as the most interesting data points from The Worksheet with Rich Hribar before diving into the best starts of Week 5 with Nick Mensio.
So many RB injuries. We are here to help you sort them. What Seahawks ball carrier should you target? What about Latavius Murray's chances? And is Alvin Kamara or D'Onta Foreman a better option? That and more. Subscribe and tell a friend.
Josh Norris, Evan Silva and RotoPat dive into Chris Carson's supreme matchup, Keenan Allen's sensational play out of the slot, wager on Cameron Brate's upcoming game against the Giants and Pat shares his favorite (lame) sandwich.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the Thursday Night Game as well as the most interesting data points from The Worksheet with Rich Hribar before diving into the best starts of Week 4 with Nick Mensio.
Josh Norris and Ray Summerlin recap the weekend and look forward to help you fix your fantasy team. Is Wendell Smallwood the top add? Who should you use your IR slot on? Ray recommends to start one of Goff, Watson and Kizer... and much more.
Josh Norris is joined by Evan Silva to make sense of the Packers saying they want to limit Ty Montgomery's snaps (and why they won't), AJ Green's optimistic outlook and why top corners do not always travel with top receivers. Then Pat jumps in to look at Russell Wilson, Isaiah Crowell, Joe Mixon and Kelvin Benjamin.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the Thursday Night Game as well as the most interesting data points from The Worksheet with Rich Hribar before diving into the best starts of Week 3 with Nick Mensio.
We know you are off to a slow start, that's why Ray Summerlin and Josh Norris are here to fix your lineups. Can Rashard Higgins lead the Browns in snaps? Is it time to drop...gasp... Adrian Peterson? That and more on this episode. Tell a friend.
Evan Silva pleads with you to not give up on Larry Fitzgerald this week. Plus big weeks for Ty Montgomery and Martellus Bennett on the horizon. Also RotoPat is back to outline how Chris Hogan could produce on the same level as Adam Thielen against the Saints.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the Thursday Night Game as well as the most interesting data points from The Worksheet with Rich Hribar before diving into the best starts of Week 2 with Nick Mensio.
So you drafted David Johnson. What to do now? Ray Summerlin and Josh Norris help fix your fantasy team. Does Tarik Cohen have RB2 value? Can Chris Carson lead the Seahawks in carries. Be sure to subscribe and tell a friend.
Josh Norris is joined by Evan Silva and RotoPat for this Friday edition. Could Zach Ertz produce a top three tight end week? How about Cooper Kupp scoring more PPR points than Sammy Watkins? And what exactly is Bok Choy? Your questions are answered. Tell a friend.
Raymond Summerlin discusses fallout from the postponement of Dolphins/Bucs and why you should trust the old guys in Week 1 with Rich Hribar before diving into the best starts of the week with Nick Mensio.
Ray Summerlin helps fix the mistakes you made during your fantasy draft. Today's topics include: It is Ted Ginn time, Carson Palmer's amazing starting slate, A Kendall Wright/Cooper Kupp side bet and much more. Tell a friend.
Rich Hribar takes you through a football marathon, sharing 32 scintillating predictions as we head into the 2017 NFL season. Can Gronk lead the NFL in receiving yards? How about Sam Bradford performing like a top 12 quarterback? Let's break groupthink.
Josh Norris and Evan Silva cover a number of important preseason topics in the hopes of giving you an edge. Cooper Kupp's value, KC featuring Kareem Hunt, pairing Jordan Reed with another TE and so much more.
Josh Norris and Evan Silva (again) watched all 16 preseason games, so you didn't have to. The most important takeaways include Rex Burkhead thriving in the Patriots offense, which rookie RB should be first off the board, being scared of Shady and stacking Doug Martin with Quizz. Tell a friend.
Part Two: Evan Silva and Josh Norris watched all 16 preseason games from the weekend so you didn't have to. This episode features Paxton Lynch panic, questioning the Rams not playing Jared Goff more, why the two are both off Sammy Watkins and a projection of Darren Sproles finishing as a top 25 RB. Tell a friend.
Part One: Josh Norris and Evan Silva watched all 16 preseason games so you didn't have the to. The duo dishes on all of the rookie quarterbacks, Kenny Golladay and Jonathan Williams' independent value. Tell a #friend.
Josh Norris and Raymond Summerlin join forces for an emergency episode. They put a new ADP target on Ezekiel Elliott, speculate how far Sammy Watkins will and should drop, call Lesean McCoy the true 1.06 and more.
Josh Norris invites Rich Hribar on the show to figure out the winning fantasy football formula. Lord Reebs himself simplifies the game by focusing on week to week decisions and explaining why touchdowns are still the lifeblood of fantasy football.
Josh Norris, Roto Pat and Rich Hribar share their most anticipated storylines for this preseason with the hope of finding answers. Plus Reebs shares his tale of working at Subway for a whopping six hours.
Josh Norris quizzes Roto Pat and Rich Hribar on fringe NFL players then the group discusses the Ravens backfield shakeup, Duke Johnson possibly playing in the slot, Carlos Hyde's future with the 49ers and starting QB odds for bad teams.
Josh Norris, the legendary Evan Silva and the Lord Rich Hribar discuss the high variance Martavis Bryant, decide between David Johnson and Le'Veon Bell at 1.01, gauge where Ezekiel Elliott should be drafted and explain why handcuffs are bad and should be forgotten. Forever.
Josh Norris, RotoPat and Rich Hribar explain why AJ Green should be drafted over Mike Evans, argue that NFL seasons are small sample sizes and mention Marshall Faulk and Devonta Freman in the same sentence, plus much more.
Josh Norris shares his pick by pick thought process while drafting his latest MFL10. Should he go to jail for starting RB-RB-RB? What market inefficiency did he take advantage of? Plus cameos from Jourdan Rodrigue and Matt Harmon.
Josh Norris, RotoPat and Rich Hribar analyze Eric Decker's role on the #Titans and who might lose targets due to the addition. Also, Rich thinks Isaiah Crowell is a steal compared to Jordan Howard and each share their favorite land round target.
Josh Norris, Evan Silva, RotoPat and Ray Summerlin dissect the recent news from around the NFL, namely: Tyreek Hill emerging as the #Chiefs No. 1 WR, buying or selling Adrian Peterson god-like OTAs, Pat believing Julius Thomas' 10 touchdown potential and if we would digest a two-inch person for $2 million.
Evan Silva unveiled his first Fantasy Football Rankings for the 2017 season, so Josh pestered him about Dez Bryant, how 2016 disappointments might fare, rookie running backs, the rising ADP of Danny Woodhead and Mike Wallace, the #Saints backfield situation, late round favorites and Corey Coleman vs. Kenny Britt.
The PFF analyst joins Josh to go through the San Francisco 49ers draft process, how they fell in love with Reuben Foster, plus Josh breaks down the rest of the NFC West in his press conference series.
Josh has Trevor Sikkema (@TampaBayTre) on to discuss the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, their draft, how Koetter quickly knew he wanted OJ Howard and how Sikkema anticipated a later pick. Josh also breaks down the rest of the NFC South's 2017 NFL draft.
Josh Norris, Patrick Daugherty, and Raymond Summerlin recap the first round of the 2017 NFL draft.
Josh Norris and Evan Silva mock the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft
Galko joins Josh to discuss the biggest names heading into the NFL draft, including Mitch Trubisky, Patrick Mahomes, and many more, plus the impact the Senior Bowl had on Nathan Peterman, and why Josh and Eric disagree on Dalvin Cook.
The CBS Sports analyst joins Josh to discuss Curtis Samuel, Samaje Perine, why Dalvin Cook's athletic profile has a major impact on his draft stock, one D-II prospect's potential success and the craziest thing Dane's heard ahead of the 2017 NFL draft.
Norris and Evan sit down to discuss a variety of draft prospects including Josh Reynolds, ArDarius Stewart, Bucky Hodges, and Jeremy McNichols, plus some of the philosophies that go into making a decision on a draft pick.
Raymond Summerlin and Patrick Daugherty discuss the Brandin Cooks trade, Martellus Bennett landing in Green Bay, and the other important fantasy storylines from a busy first week of NFL free agency.
Evan joins Josh to go through some of the best NFL draft prospects after their combine performances, including the best tight ends, break down how Dalvin Cook could fit into an offense and engage in a spirited conversation around Joe Mixon and what the wild card in that situation could be.
The Setting the Edge podcast host joins Josh to break down the best pass-rushers, some of the strengths and weaknesses of the NFL combine and why the three-cone drill is the only one you should be watching in Indy.
RSP creator Matt Waldman joins Josh to break down the best quarterback prospects in the 2017 NFL draft class including Patrick Mahomes, DeShaun Watson, and why Waldman is high on Chad Kelly's potential.
Evan Silva is back and talking about the best tight end prospects in the 2017 NFL draft.
Barfield joins Josh to discuss why he's keeping things simple with Leonard Fournette, breaks down Dalvin Cook, Alvin Kamara and one player who has charted better than anyone in recent years.
The Backyard Banter podcast host and #ReceptionPerception founder discusses wide receivers in the 2017 NFL draft, such as Mike Williams, John Ross, Chris Godwin and Isaiah Ford.
Evan and Josh break down several NFL draft prospects, including Corey Davis, Alvin Kamara and Dalvin Cook.
Ray joins Josh to break down his second mock draft, why Leonard Fournette could be heading to Cleveland and what player Josh is amped to see.
The Super Bowl is finally here-Evan and Josh break down both the Falcons and Patriots, plus some draft prospects that probably won't last long enough to make it either of those two teams-Leonard Fournette, Joe Mixon and a few others.
Raymond Summerlin and Patrick Daugherty run down the latest news before Josh Norris stops by to discuss the best fantasy prospects at the Senior Bowl.
Josh and Evan break down the upcoming conference title games, plus why Evan's leaning toward Matt Ryan, and Tevin Coleman's impact against linebackers. The duo also conquer Pittsburgh's struggles and Dion Lewis' potential against the Steelers.
Evan Silva drives by (literally) to talk with Josh Norris about the upcoming divisional games and some key matchups.
Josh and RotoPat reveal their middle names, and discuss the Jets' embarrassment, what the Panthers will do at TE, how the Buffalo Bills QB situation will shake out, plus the Colts struggles, the Eagles potential and the Rotoworld Football podcast kiss of death.
Joah and Evan dive into the Texans' problems, C.J. Fedorowitz, why Evan does not like the Great British Bake-Off, and who he likes better than Jay Ajayi, plus one sneaky bet. The duo also discuss picking Zach Zener rather than Paul Perkins and some difficult matchups for Jordy Nelson .
Evan shares his thoughts on Steve Smith's final game, upside of Rex Burkhead, breaks down Zach Ertz (for better or worse) and how Doug Baldwin will fare this week. Pat think his Blake Bortles ranking is a happy medium, reveals why the running back scene is "crazy" this week, QB trainwrecks, how it is a good week for the New Orleans Saints, and gives Josh a start-sit question loophole.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the latest news and best starts of Week 17 with Nick Mensio before talking with Rich Hribar about Aaron Rodgers, Travis Kelce, and other interesting data points from The Worksheet.
Josh and Ray discuss how Ezekiel Elliott divides them this week, why it makes sense for the Steelers to rest, one Texan pickup that could help you out a lot, and Ray's remaining waiver pickups.
Evan thinks it's going to be a good week for Seahawks offense, why Legarrette Blount will eat, Jordan Howard vs. the Redskins, how David Johnson is heading for records and T.Y. Hilton's matchup and weather. RotoPat discusses Philip Rivers, Rob Kelley, his level of confidence in Amari Cooper, plusJosh corners Pat for his advice on how he can beat Ray in the Rotoworld friends and family league.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the latest news and best starts of Week 16 with Nick Mensio before talking with Rich Hribar about Russell Wilson, Ty Montgomery, and a few other interesting data points from The Worksheet.
It all comes down to this. Josh and Ray give the best advice on how to win your fantasy football championship, why Robby Anderson might not be the best pick, it's time to play Dion Lewis, Alfred Morris' status and yes, Ray's championship deep cuts.
Evan tells Josh why this week is not a positive matchup for TY Hilton, What player he's is starting everywhere this week, a potential opportunity for Christine Michael, and how Antonio Gates could be a fun pick this week. Pat explains why Kirk Cousins is QB 1 for this week, Dez Bryant's rebound week and Carson Wentz vs. the Ravens defense.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the latest news and best starts of Week 15 with Nick Mensio before talking with Rich Hribar about Bilal Powell, Kenneth Farrow, and a few other interesting data points from The Worksheet.
It's time for fantasy football playoffs and Josh and Ray share a bad switch in Week 14, Kenneth Farrow, Bilal Powell's potential, what is up with Theo Riddick, Justin Forsett's workload going forward, why Marqise Lee will a be a longer-term pickup and how Josh guessed the top player in Ray's deep cuts segments.
Evan discusses Big Ben's road splits, why Josh is torn between Colin Kaepernick and Matthew Stafford, why TY Hilton is a must-play, the return of Desean Jackson every week and examining Kirk Cousins as an outlier. Plus Pat examines Matthew Stafford and Lions' #brand of football, why you shouldn't be nervous Jordy Nelson and Davante Adams, Josh says something nice about Pat's rankings and why Delanie Walker isn't that big of a gamble against the Broncos.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the latest news and best starts of Week 14 with Nick Mensio before talking with Rich Hribar about Kirk Cousins, DeMarco Murray, and a few other interesting data points from The Worksheet.
Josh and Ray examine Colin Kaepernick's brutal performance against the Bears, what to do with Charles Simms now, Packers RB rankings, the impact of Gronk's injury and why Ray is all in on Ladarius Green.
Evan discusses Travis Kelce's potential, how getting out of a bad environment helped Vernon Davis and why Jameson Crowder-type players are successful vs. Cardinals. Pat discusses Mrs. RotoPat, his concerns about Colin Kaepernick, defends his low Lions ranking and explains his high ranking of Doug Baldwin.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the latest news and best starts of Week 13 with Nick Mensio before talking with Rich Hribar about Colin Kaepernick, Jordan Howard, and a few other interesting data points from The Worksheet.
Ray and Josh discuss the Chiefs' Tyreek Hill, how Tyler Gabriel can be some leagues version of Ted Ginn, Quincy Enunwa's fantasy resurgence , why Wendell Smallwood will be top add, discussing Terrence "Still Around" West, why Colin Kaepernick is a must-start, plus Ray's deep cuts.
Evan and Josh discuss how Mike Evans and Demaryius Thomas are indicating a fantasy football trend, predict Amari Cooper's spike weeks, Evan shares how he evaluates matchups, plus Pat's pecan pie rant, why he's nervous about the Panthers offense, he ranked Devante Parker over Jarvis Landry and how valuable can Brandon Leffel really be.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the latest news and best starts of Week 12 with Nick Mensio before talking with Rich Hribar about Ben Roethlisberger, Demaryius Thomas, and other interesting data points from The Worksheet.
In a Thanksgiving edition of the Rotoworld Football waiver wire, Josh and Ray discuss A.J. Green's injury, why Wendell Smallwood is a good pickup if Thomas Rawls isn't available , the potential return of Adrian Peterson and Ray's deep cuts.
Evan and Josh discuss which RB is Evan's No. 2 behind the Le'Veon Bell and Ezekiel Elliotts of the world, plus they admit some mistakes and examine Vance McDonald. Pat reveals why Marcus Mariota is his QB1, his sense of optimism surrounding Rob Kelly against the Packers, the potential volume for Jordan Matthews and Tyler Eifert's return.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the latest news and best starts of Week 11 with Nick Mensio before talking with Rich Hribar about LeGarrette Blount, Stefon Diggs, and other interesting data points from The Worksheet.
Alshon Jeffery's suspension, James' Starks return leads the Waiver Wire discussion with Josh and Ray, plus which player Ray likes best: Thomas Rawls, Christine Michael or C. J. Prosise. If you've ever asked Josh about Dion Lewis, go to 16: 45, do not pass go and do not collect $200.
Evan and Josh discuss why you should snatch up Devonta Freeman vs. the Eagles, remain optimistic about Edelman, expect a 'monster game' for Kelvin Benjamin, and examining the Dolphins' pass defense, plus Pat's rankings include a dicey ranking with Spencer Ware, why Kirk Cousins is so high and Pat's assessment that Michael Thomas' floor justifies betting on his upside.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the latest news and best starts of Week 10 with Nick Mensio before talking with Rich Hribar about Jay Ajayi, Manny Sanders, and other interesting data points from The Worksheet.
On the Week 10 NFL Waiver Wire, Josh and Ray discuss Devontae Booker's reps, what's up with Chris Ivory, plus Josh finds out why Ray is conflicted on Rishard Matthews and why Bryce Treggs leads the deep cuts segment.
On the final Week 9 podcast, Evan and Josh explain why they're fans of Michael Thomas, examine Philly's lead running back situation, Hunter Henry's threat to Antonio Gates, plus why Roto Pat is too low on Ryan Tannehill, too high on Amari Cooper, what he sees in Kelvin Benjamin, and trying to understand the Gary Barnidge ranking.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the latest news and best starts of the week with Nick Mensio before talking with Rich Hribar about Colin Kaepernick, Tyrell Williams, and other interesting data points from The Worksheet.
Josh and Ray agree that something fishy is up with Mark Ingram and Tim Hightower, ask what will happen with the Bucs and Jacquizz Rogers, need more information regarding Kansas City Chiefs, examine C.J. Prosise's emergence as a threat and offer which player is the Best Handcuff available and and which players to drop.
Evan discusses Gary Barnidge, why this is a trouble spot for the Bears' offense, Josh nearly matching Matt Asiata's 40 time, and Latavius Murray , plus how Tom Brady impacted Pat's ranking of Julian Edelman, Dez Bryant's high ranking, and how Pat exposed the Packers' run defense.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the latest news and best starts of the week with Nick Mensio before talking with Rich Hribar about Derek Carr, Devonta Freeman, and other interesting data points from The Worksheet.
First things first, if you can, go get Davante Adams. Raymond and Josh detail why, plus examine Jay Ajayi's incredible run, ask questions about Matt Jones' sustainability, discover a Premier League revelation, plus Ray makes a case to use Josh's untouchable QBs.
Evan looks at cheap QB plays, LeGarrette Blount's revenge game, the Chiefs RB situation, potential streaming TEs. and why you should not play Zach Ertz. Pat looks at Jacquizz Rodgers, Robert Woods' stability and rookie Hunter Henry.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the latest news and best starts of the week with Nick Mensio before talking with Rich Hribar about Alshon Jeffery, Kirk Cousins, and other interesting data points from The Worksheet.
Josh and Raymond discuss the fantasy effects of Big Ben's injury and more streaming QB options, plus Kenny Britt's impact and Ray's deep cuts list.
Evan on why Amari Cooper has the best matchup this week, the Jets pass defense, why people should be excited about Panthers-Saints and shares a very insider story from Ross Tucker, plus Pat explains why the Packers defense gives him a good case for ranking Ezekiel Elliott highly, his hesitations on Cameron Meredith and why he won't give up on the Bills defense.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the latest news and the best starts of the week with Nick Mensio before talking with Rich Hribar about LeSean McCoy, Delanie Walker, and other interesting data points from The Worksheet.
Josh and Ray are back with all your Week 6 waiver wire advice, including why Ray loves Broncos' Devontae Booker, how the Raiders' Jalen Richard will fit in going forward, Wendell Smallwood vs. Jacquizz Rodgers and how Vikings' Adam Thielen jumped from the deep cuts section to the top of the rundown.
Evan discusses what the Bears' Zach Miller brings to the table and how Chicago will respond to the Colts, plus how he believes Sammie Coates is ready and why we need to digest what the Pats have shown us thus far. Pat explains why Eli Manning will take advantage of the Packers matchup, his lack of faith in Melvin Gordon and his gut feelings on Demaryius Thomas and DeAndre Hopkins.
Raymond Summerlin discusses the latest news and the best starts of the week with Nick Mensio before talking with Rich Hribar about Tom Brady, Terrance West, and other interesting data points from The Worksheet.
Ray and Josh share good news about the Ravens RB situation, why it's a tough week for quarterback streamers, and what names to keep an eye out for this week in your leagues.
Evan and Josh discuss Carlos Hyde, Kevin White and one AFC QB that Evan absolutely LOVES in Week 4 matchups, plus RotoPat reveals why he ranked Trevor Siemian at QB 20, his Terrelle Pryor fascination and outlines why the podcast should target a Teen Choice Award.
Raymond Summerlin talks with Nick Mensio about the best starts of the week before chatting with Rich Hribar about the most interesting names from his weekly Worksheet column.
Josh Norris discusses Jordan Howard, the Giants' backfield situation, and some Deep Cuts on the Week 4 wire with Raymond Summerlin.
Evan returns with his Week 3 matchups and explains why Ryan Tannehill is an excellent streaming option this week. After that, Pat discusses Melvin Gordon, Travis Benjamin, and Josh's future as a "song and dance man."
Raymond Summerlin and Nick Mensio break down all the injury news before Rich Hribar discusses some of the most interesting data points from his Worksheet.
Raymond Summerlin and Josh Norris look at the NFL's Week 3 Waiver Wire and how the recent running back injuries impacted the wire.
Evan returns with his Week 2 matchups, and details why Rashad Jennings is a good pick up, plus why the Bengals could cause problems. Pat discusses Adrian Peterson, Texans rookie Will Fuller and Josh's bad beat in his own fantasy football.
Nick Mensio identifies a great sleeper at tight end and discusses why to fade Theo Riddick despite a big opening week before Rich Hribar gives hope to Ezekiel Elliott owners.
Raymond Summerlin and Josh Norris break down all the big news from Week 1 and discuss exactly which players to keep an eye out for on the waiver wire.
Roto Pat is back on the podcast with his Week 1 NFL rankings. He discusses why Frank Gore is an RB 18 in his rankings, how the rotating Cowboys QBs have impacted Jason Witten, his favorite RB tandem, and reveals what it's like being a dad.
The new Thursday episode of the Rotoworld Football Podcast is up and running. Raymond Summerlin is joined by Nick Mensio to discuss the players to start and sit in fantasy Week 1, and Rich Hribar stops by to drop buckets of knowledge from his weekly Worksheet column.
The new format is here! Ray and Josh discuss the impact of the Sam Bradford's trade on the Vikings' Stefon Diggs and Adrian Peterson, plus how Carson Wentz fits into Philadelphia's offense, and a few surprises to pick up during Week 1.
The NFL regular season is here, but what did we learn this preseason? Josh and Evan go through the biggest questions they got answered this preseason and what else they learned.
Josh and Evan break down the Saturday slate of games, plus who Evan has on his DND (Do Not Draft) list.
It's Week 3 of the preseason, which means some things are much clearer while others are not. Josh and Evan Silva break down the Thursday and Friday matchups.
Take a look at the preseason performances of rookies and guys emerging on the depth charts with Evan Silva and Josh Norris.
Josh and Evan break down the remaining preseason games and discuss which players you should snatch up for preseason DFS.
Rotoworld Football experts Josh Norris and Evan Silva go through the Thursday slate of preseason NFL games and give you their best fantasy football advice.
Football is finally back with the Hall of Fame game. Josh and Evan look at the deeper roster spots of skill position players for Green Bay and Indianapolis, including the Packers' fourth wide receiver spot and the Colts' running back position.
Rich Hribar details which quarterbacks and running backs to keep your eye on heading into fantasy football draft season, plus some of the most underrated guys heading into the NFL season.
Arian Foster's new team, the effect of injuries on running back battles and more dominate the NFC fantasy football storylines. Roto Pat and Ray Summerlin discuss all of that, plus why you should pay attention draft positions as we head into the NFL season.
Ray Summerlin and Roto Pat discuss all the AFC storylines you should know heading into the season and their fantasy impact.
Josh and Evan take a look at the NFC East and NFC North ahead of the NFL preaseason.
The NFL Season is right around the corner. Josh and Evan look at the NFC South and NFC West
Hribar details some of his latest Rotoworld articles and makes some bold forecasts heading into the 2016 NFL season.
In Part 2 of the Fantasy Lens series, Josh is joined by Evan Silva to take a look at the AFC East and AFC North's upcoming fantasy football season.
In Part 1 of the Fantasy Lens series, Josh is joined by Evan Silva to take a look at the AFC South and AFC West's upcoming fantasy football season.
Brett Kollmann outlines his feelings on the Texans draft picks, plus why he believes Brock Osweiler can be a good QB for the Texans. Josh details the remainder of the AFC South pressers.
Kyle Posey from SBNation's Bolts from the Blue joins Josh to discuss the Chargers first round pick that shocked everyone but them, Manti Te'o plus the Chargers running back situation.
Josh is joined by Joe Goodberry of SBNation's Cincy Jungle to discuss the Bengals' draft class and tendencies, plus looking at the changes coming to the AFC North. *Recorded before the Tyler Eifert injury. *
Josh Norris is joined by Buffalo Rumblings' Brian Galliford to discuss the AFC East, the Bills draft class and what they're planning to do with Shaq Lawson, Cardale Jones and Reggie Ragland.
The Rotoworld Football staff looks back at all the selections, storylines and trades in the first round of the NFL draft.
Josh Norris and Evan Silva give you a mock first round for the 2016 NFL draft.
Josh Norris spoke with top NFL prospects at the Senior Bowl about how preparation impacts their success on the field.
Rookie Scouting Portfolio creator Matt Waldman chats with Josh about hidden gems in the NFL draft, what goes into creating the guide and why he agrees with previous podcast guest Matt Harmon about drops.
Raymond Summerlin and Roto Pat discuss the RGIII move for the Browns, some of the fantasy implications for other big decisions, Alfred Morris to the Cowboys, and Aaron Rodgers' fantasy value heading into the summer.
Zach Whitman joins Josh Norris to explain SPARQ, examine analytics in the NFL, why 40 times are not totally representative of a player's ability and how challenging it is to watch football while living on the West Coast.
NFL.com's Matt Harmon speaks with Josh Norris (5:30) about drops, this year's wide receiver class, including Ole Miss' Laquon Treadwell (9:55), Oklahoma's Sterling Shepard (14:00) Corey Coleman (18:00) and draft sleepers. Norris also offers his top defensive tackles in the 2016 NFL draft (2:00).