The dust has settled from a mostly depressing Fantasy Football Week 15, and the Ditka boys are here with shoulders for you to cry on. If you survived the week 15 chaos, congratulations on your championship berth, we knew you could do it! 

On this week’s show, B_Don and Donkey profile two more relative unknowns: Bills WR Isaiah McKenzie and 49ers RB Jeff Wilson. Find out if these two are worth rostering in 2019. The guys also discuss what to do with Melvin Gordon, Spencer Ware, Damien Williams and Jamaal Williams for the week 16 championship match ups. 

And of course it’s no surprise that week 15 provided plenty of A-holes of the week to choose from, B_Don rattles each of them off, giving them the credit they deserve. The show is rounded out by a lengthy segment of Sausage/Cheesehead/Ditka featuring Chris Carson, Derrick Henry, Calvin Ridley, Mike Williams, along with a few others. The holiday sausage is flowing, join the party! 

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Sometimes when you stream, you get House of Cards season 1, but sometimes you get Fuller House. We hope that our rosters are set at this point in the season, but injuries and bad match-ups happen and you may be scrambling around looking for streaming options and hopefully I can at least reach Netflix Arrested Development level with these recommendations for this week.

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The Itch needs to be scratched on this weeks Sausage Pod. The guys review some film of another unknown, undrafted rookie in Robert Foster and share their expectations for the youngster into the future.

Then The Itch shares his lists of players to buy or sell in dynasty football. The merits of selling Jared Goff and David Johnson are discussed before an intense debate ensues regarding the long term value of breakout tight end Eric Ebron. Grab some Gold Bond and kick back with a juicy Polish Saaaasage as you enjoy this week’s episode.

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Streaming on a Team Plan

All my teams are packed

I’m ready to go

I’m standing here waiting for Thursday

I hate to wake you up to say goodbye

But your playoffs are breakin’

It’s early no more

The teams awaiting

He’s blowin his own horn

Already I’m so lonesome atop

I could die (if I lose)

But I’m streaming on a team plan

Don’t know when I’ll ever lose again

Oh babe, I hate to lose

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Have you ever seen Ditka and Jesus in the same place at the same time? Just think about it.

Week 13 is in the books and most listeners are gearing up for week 14 playoff match ups or crying in a dark corner. In honor of playoffs eve, B_Don and Donkey breakdown two Jacksons who may have the potential to lead teams to everlasting fantasy glory: Justin Jackson and Lamar Jackson. Find out if they’re fantasy gold or fool’s gold.

Between the profiles your hosts dig up the dirty buried lede and discuss the Kareem Hunt bombshell news and expectations for his future in the NFL. Kareem’s also one of several A-holes of the week. The show is wrapped up with an in-depth discussion revisiting the dynasty valuation of the rookie QB class. Put the sausage in your earhole now:

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Hope that everyone had a great Thanksgiving! Then, each of us suffered through the post Thanksgiving work week. This might be the worst week of the year. Coming off of a short work week after traveling, cooking, cleaning, spending money on ‘deals’ that only make us realize how big of a markup we usually pay, traveling again… But we’ve almost made it everyone! Thursday night football feels like the first sign that the end of this miserable week is almost here.

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Full of Thanksgiving Sausage and Ditka dreams, the guys return to the mic with analysis of the monstrous David Njoku along with yet another up and coming undrafted running back, Peyton Barber. Do these two have the potential to lead your team to fantasy glory? Uh, no, doubtful; but they’re worth taking a look at anyway.

In the special dynasty segment of Sausage/Cheesehead/Ditka, find out whether to buy, sell or hold James Conner, Antonio Brown, Julio Jones and Lamar Jackson in dynasty leagues. Don’t ask how the sausage is made, just enjoy it!

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Thanksgiving really just means that the fantasy football playoffs are within sight. Don’t forget to set your lineups for the 3 Thursday games on Thanksgiving. No Trubisky, no Alex Smith, but it’s still football on a holiday and DA BEARS still hopefully moving closer to that divisional title. As we get ready to feast today, it’s also a day to think back and decide what we’re thankful for this year. WIth that in mind, here’s my first pass at the Thanksgiving, what I’m thankful for speech.

I’m thankful for George Kittle who has vaulted to the top of the tight end rankings and has helped a number of my teams avoid the usual tight end streaming that I perform in season. I’m thankful for Jared Goff, Matt Ryan, and Pat Mahomes who prove yet again, that you don’t need to draft a QB early. I’m thankful for Michael Thomas who was being suppressed a little bit on draft day and has been an absolute beast all season. Last, I’m not thankful for Le’Veon Bell who was the last piece for a number of teams preparing for the playoffs and now, I’m left with nothing except the gravy at the table.

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