Nick has been trying to chase me down and finally caught me. You’ve been warned: you’re gonna hear my voice on the podcast for the first time here. It will be just as shocking as it was for this little kid but more than likely will end in tears of annoy than tears of joy. For the NFL Draft, we went with a three-headed brigade as Murph will swing the RBs, JB will take on the wide outs and Jaywrong will talk quarterbacks and tight ends and most likely a little Jennifer Lawrence. It’s not stalking if it’s on the internet, right? In any case, here’s to hoping scheduling-wise we can get our IDP guy Kevin Kumpf on the next ‘cast (I can call it a ‘cast cuz I’m now part of the industry) so we can figure out how the draft and some off-season moves will play out for the defensive side of the oblong ball. Unfortch, he’s on vacation. I think he’s out with the Gronk on some tropical island with no legal age restrictions. Totally guessing there. But that’s for next time. For this time, here’s your off season version of the Razzball Podcast for the 2013 fantasy football season…Please, blog, may I have some more?
In a very special finale to the 2012 season of the Razzball Fantasy Football Podcast, Nick and JB recap some headlines from the semi-finals week 15 of NFL action, then preview 20 players JB is up and down on for 2013.Please, blog, may I have some more?
After a roller coaster week 14, JB and Nick react to the headlines, including a spirited Nick who finally gets to have some satisfaction for his outrageous David Wilson man love.
Nick and JB then go through up and down picks for week 15, including some detours into keeper values for who might be big contributors in 2013.Please, blog, may I have some more?
For a special segment in this week’s Razzball Fantasy Football Podcast, co-hosts Nick Capozzi and JB Gilpin recap rookies as they were selected in the 2012 NFL draft and their fantasy impact in this season and beyond, with career outlooks on Andrew Luck, RGIII, and Trent Richardson, amongst others.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Just like the majestic Canadian Geese, Nick has migrated from up north to Florida for the Winter. Well not really, just for the week for a vacation.
Despite a fantasy diaspora, JB and Nick still get together to preview week 13 with JB’s Up and Down calls, including foreseeing another big game for the hot rookie Colin Kaepernick, a sleeper special alert with a Tennessee Titans receiver after a change for Tennessee’s offensive coordinator position, and yet another jab at Nick’s love for David Wilson, who may get actual work with Andre Brown out for the rest of the fantasy season.Please, blog, may I have some more?
For a special Thanksgiving edition of the Razzball Fantasy Football Podcast, co-hosts Nick and Jb analyze the emerging Justin Blackmon who is thankful for a change in QB to Chad Henne, along with replacement options for Rob Gronkowski who is unthankful he has to play on special teams.Please, blog, may I have some more?
In an injury plagued week 10, JB and Nick go over some of the backup QBs and how a shift at signal caller will impact other fantasy assets.
The co-hosts then discuss other topics like Rashard Mendenhall‘s possible trade value, Danny Amendola‘s strong return, and the role of the Detroit Lions skills players moving forward with Calvin Johnson going all Megatron.Please, blog, may I have some more?
It has been a busy week both for democracy and fantasy football, with JB and Nick reacting to a big week from Doug Martin, injuries to the Oakland backfield, and Hakeem Nicks’ value going forward.
JB had to jet before defending his week 10 Up and Down calls, as Nick goes through bashing as many calls as he can solo.Please, blog, may I have some more?
For a very special Halloween episode, Nick and JB switch roles while previewing week 9, with Nick making the Up and Down calls while JB gets to grill him for it. It turns out the co-hosts actually agree on most topics, including Nick finally admitting David Wilson isn’t fantasy relevant.Please, blog, may I have some more?
It was a fantastic week 7, where JB’s call of Chris Johnson going off came to fruition against Nick’s beloved, albeit terrible Buffalo Bills. It’s not like JB has much of a leg to stand on though, as he is an eye-gouging Panthers fan.Please, blog, may I have some more?