In a year where league champs may have started more than 1 player that they grabbed from the wire just to have a starter, Donkey Teeth and I discuss a bunch of players that won leagues and whether we believe in them for 2022. We start with the RBs and look at guys such as: Rashaad Penny, D’onta Foreman, and Darrel Williams to explore whether we believe they are worth acquiring this off-season. On the higher end, we look at Devin Singletary, A.J. Dillon, and Elijah Mitchell. 

We move on to the WRs and explore end of season stud Amon-Ra St. Brown, and Bears favorite, Darnell Mooney. Then, we explore some less heralded WRs that popped up at the end of the year. We only discuss one tight end’s end of year performance, and that’s the talented, but underperforming, Noah Fant.

Before we head out, B_Don breaks down some numbers from the end of season finishes at each position. Then, we explain how those positional point distributions affect our draft strategy. 

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B_Don brings back JB Barry to fill in and get you ready for your championship week. We discuss the week 17 and dynasty rankings of some young WRs. From the return of A.J. Brown to Amon-Ra St. Brown to the Alabama WRs, and where they fall among dynasty WRs. 

With week 17 upon us, how are the guys approaching some of the week 16 performers at RB like Rex Burkhead, Chase Edmonds, Rashaad Penny, and Razzball’s second son, Dare Ogunbowale. At the end of the show, we talk about some of the potential weather and what games we may be on the look out for before we give you our “A**hole of the Week!”

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B_Don and Donkey Teeth are back after a 1 week hiatus. The guys are here to recap week 13 and help you prepare for this important last week of the regular season. If you’re out of the playoff race, we also talk about the dynasty value of some of the week’s top performers. 

We discuss where young RBs Javonte Williams, Antonio Gibson, Joe Mixon, Ezekiel Elliott, and others fit in among their peers at RB. We discuss another top dynasty asset in Jaylen Waddle and how many WRs we’d take over the young stud in Miami. As always, we wrap up the pod with the A$$hole of the week!

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Happy Thanksgiving to all of you Razzball readers and podcast listeners. With Donkey Teeth off doing who knows what, it felt appropriate to bring in Razzball contest extraordinaire, Coolwhip (@CoolwhipRB) to top off the Thanksgiving pod. Fresh off his top 10 finish in the 1st week of the RazzBowl playoffs, we discuss a little bit of his roster and how he built for the RazzBowl and RazzSlam. Before getting into all the football happenings, we answer the biggest question of the week, what is our 1.01 of Thanksgiving food?

We talk about some players returning from injury, Saquon Barkley and Miles Sanders among them. We discuss the big days from Jonathan Taylor and Austin Ekeler, and who could possibly give JT a run for his #1 spot ROS. A couple of QBs had less than stellar weeks. Coolwhip and I give you our thoughts on starting Dak and Mahomes after duds this week. Did you think 2021 would be so weird that Cam Newton would be a more trustworthy start than Russell Wilson? 

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From the top 3 RB finishes in week 10 to Mac Jones and Trevor Siemian finishing as top 5 QBs, it was a weird week. We also saw top finishes from some people we’ve been waiting on like Christian McCaffrey and Stefon Diggs. B_Don and Donkey Teeth are discuss it all and some of the more confusing situations around the league. We finish up with some of the recent fantasy football climbers like Dan Arnold, Pat Freiermuth, and Mac Jones.

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As we move from the half way mark of the season, B_Don has another guest, Steve Paulo, on to discuss week 9. We start with the Arizona Cardinals offense as we wait for word on Kyler Murray and with Chase Edmonds set to miss a few weeks. Next, the 2 talk about a couple of top RBs for the ROS in Joe Mixon and Christian McCaffrey. 

B_Don moves the topic to Steve’s favorite team, the 49ers, as he asks about Brandon Aiyuk, and the 49ers RB situation between Elijah Mitchell and Jeff Wilson. One of the teams that can give both Bears and 49ers fans hope, is the Jets. They have a QB controversy and Elijah Moore may be developing in front of our eyes. We compare Elijah to other WRs for redraft and dynasty. We wrap up with everyone’s favorite segment, A$$hole of the Week! 

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Donkey Teeth is back from his vacation and the guys are ready to talk about the happenings in week 8. Injuries lead the way with Derrick Henry, Kyler Murray, and Jameis Winston, among others, are going to miss games. We talk about the replacement options for Henry and what we’re doing with the weapons in Arizona and New Orleans. DT gets to go back on his Taysom Hill soap box, and you might be surprised where he has him rest of the season. 

We then talk about some of the big performers from week 8. Justin Fields had a big day without Matt Nagy there to ruin things. Michael Pittman has become a legitimate starting WR. Would the guys rather have Michael Carter or Elijah Mitchell? We finish up with the usual, everyone’s favorite section, a$$hole of the week!

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Get Up, Get On Up

  • In his first action with the Cardinals, Zach Ertz had a 49% snap rate.
  • Cordarrelle Patterson’s snap rate continues to climb with a season high 73%.
  • Rashod Bateman took the 2nd most snaps for the Ravens at WR with 63%. 
  • Tommy Tremble has back to back weeks at over a 50% snap rate. 
  • Khalil Herbert saw 77% of the snaps compared to Damien Williams 17%.  If you have to start a Bears RB, it’s Khalil Herbert. 
  • Without Nick Chubb or Kareem Hunt, D’Ernest Johnson saw 69% of snaps. Unfortunately, with Nick Chubb likely back this week, it was a short run for D’Ernest as the primary back in Cleveland.
  • Kalif Raymond has lead the Lions in WR snap count the last 2 weeks. 
  • For the first time all season, Jonathan Taylor had 70% of the snaps for the Colts. 
  • Van Jefferson saw a season high 95%  snap rate in week 7. 
  • Michael Carter had a season high 73% snap rate this week! FWIW, he’s the RB1 for the J-E-T-S.
  • Dallas Goedert, 94% snap rate. O yeah, baby! 
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B_Don is back from Vegas and he brought in JB Barry to fill in while DT is stuck out there paying debts off to the Vegas cashiers. I wonder what is harder, the recovery after 4 days in Vegas or surviving Bye-mageddon? 

We run through positions starting with the signal callers. We talk about where we are on Tua for the rest of the season. Then, we talk about who currently falls into our QB5 spot in dynasty. On a much shorter timeline, we talk about what we’re doing with Aaron Rodgers this week sans Davante Adams and Allen Lazard. 

We move on to RBs with some of the more intriguing time split situations Elijah Mitchell, Damien Harris,  Kenneth Gainwell, and Myles Gaskin. We wrap up the show with some TE talk where we discuss the former Eagles duo of Dallas Goedert and Zach Ertz. Finally, we wrap up with a discussion about Mike Gesicki and what his value looks like over the ROS.

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On the precipice of bye week Armageddon, B_Don and Donkey Teeth take a look at some of the ugly RB situations that some of us may have to wade into this week, such as the Browns without Nick Chubb or Kareem Hunt. Jalen Hurts swings from dynasty jewel to must sell depending on who you talk to, but where do DT and B_Don sit on the subject? Speaking of controversial young QBs, Tua Tagovailoa came back this week and reports are just as varying on him. Beyond what we think about Tua, it could be good for his rookie WR, Jaylen Waddle. The guys go on to  discuss the Seattle WRs without Russ, Jonathan Taylor, Darrel Williams, and A.J. Brown. 

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