No, I’m not talking about the Marky Mark Patriotic porno that’s out in theatres right now, just in case you needed to watch a fantasy tailored specifically for Michael Bay (just without all the boobs), moreso the fact that Matt and I always find ourselves surrounded by Zach and Jen, the pro-Patriots of Razzland. And I mention that since we all went over our playoff picks, the scenarios, the “master plan”, and they all seem to involve Tom Brady, and thusly, they all involve Uggs. We also talk about Doug Martin’s Adderall problem, Cowboy boots (actual boots, not the Dallas Cowboys), and this time, Matt brings up politics, so I just happened to provide a few more thoughts on what we’re about to get via leadership in this New Year, and it was all guilt-free! (Please send all complaints, care of Matt Bowe.) Westworld came up for a bit (spoilers!), and there was some talk of Tyrod Taylor and the futility of Week 17 Championship weeks hidden in there. We also had the best goodbye ever, in that it was a functioning one. Baby steps folks…

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Last week I was listening to a sports talk radio show that was making an argument against playing dynasty fantasy football. I know right?! Well the argument was that due to the high turnover rate of players, mostly running backs that it was too difficult to try to predict and control your team long-term. I personally think this is what makes dynasty so fun an challenging and because of the volatility we see so many different philosophies and strategies. Surprisingly I received an email the very same day from Nick Capozzi of the Razzball podcast, asking if we would like to do a write up about his new team he just drafted at MyFantasyLeague.com. If you’ve played dynasty you know all that play like to share their drafts due to the varying opinions of those that play, the same team that looks amazing to me could be regarded as unbalanced or too old by another dynasty enthusiast. So with this email I took a look at what was a very interesting draft by Nick and shot him a few questions where the “non writer” really made some great responses, land Sky was surprised by this as he says ‘Nick believes himself a bit of a celebrity and because keyboards are what he views as ‘the tool of we ignorant writing grunts who can’t croon the panties off the ladies’ Well Sky, Nick likes dynasty fantasy football so he’s ok in my book, let’s take a look at his draft and his answers to my questions.
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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.

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With week 3 in the books, Nick and JB recap some performance while previewing week 4.

Nick’s man-crush on Peyton Hillis is deteriorating faster than the respect for NFL’s replacement officials, but his boyfriend Percy Harvin is helping to soften the blow.  

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After a fantastic week 2 of NFL action, Nick and JB break down week 3’s matchups with our amended views on players and more bold predictions about just how bad Chris Johnson is right now.

Nick also gives JB some French lessons, which in a typical American fashion, JB doesn’t understand foreign languages.

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