I sit down with Rotowan and Reid and we hash out the gambling prospects of the conference championships. We also talk about the Panther’s fantasy potential if Cam Newton sits out for the 2019 season. We continue our tradition of talking crap about the coaching carousel that happens every season in the NFL, including our disappointment that Hue Jackson doesn’t have a job yet. Come join us! 

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This weekend, everybody gets a turn in the playoffs. There aren’t any bye weeks left so we get to see the best of the best. Seven games now separate us from a new Super Bowl champion. If you had a bad gambling weekend or playoff fantasy weekend, we get to do it all again this weekend. Reid had an incredible run last weekend with his picks going 4-0. He’s red hot right now and I have his picks for you. I didn’t do so hot, finishing 1-2-1 or 2-2 depending on the gambling site that you used for the Seahawks’ spread. My fortunes change this week! Let’s get down to it. 

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This is the weekend where it all starts to get a little too real. There are only 11 football games left until we go seven or so months without it. ELEVEN! Like the name of that girl in Stranger Things that gets more bloody noses than you and your buddies at a Vegas bachelor party. At the same time, it is my second favorite football weekend of the year even though the Buccaneers never make the playoffs. I gamble on every game and find a way to play some sort of fantasy. There are so many different ways to throw away your already taxed hard earned dollars. I’m going to give you my picks against the spread and a couple of nice DFS options that I like this weekend.

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It looks like you have made it to the championship round! Or maybe you are playing for 3rd.. Or 5th.. Or you’re in the losers bracket and trying to avoid punishment like a tattoo or something. Maybe you are like me and are just not ready to let go of the season and want to play some DFS to make up for the league fees that you lost. No matter your situation, I have rankings for you.

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Congratulations! You’ve made it through week 14! Maybe you had a bye week and had a chance to rest your players (calm down, it’s a joke). Each week is the most important week of the fantasy season so the rankings and line up questions are more important than ever. I’m here to help you out so let’s get right to it. 

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The first week of the playoffS usually give me about 7 hours of crippling nerves during the afternoon while the match-ups slowly shake out before the final two games. This week is no different. I am in a really close match up as I write this late on Sunday afternoon. It is in my main home league and it’s likely going to come down to Adam Thielen Vs. Allen Robinson. I hope that your match ups went well or you’re at least in a position to get the win tonight. Let’s talk about some of the performances from the Sunday afternoon slate.

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The fantasy football playoffs started with a bang on Thursday with Derrick Henry getting a ton of bench points for his owners. I saw a couple of people on twitter complaining that they were playing against Derrick Henry. That’s even more brutal because points are theoretically harder to come by in deeper leagues.

Are there any Derrick Henry performances around the corner today? Probably not, but Chris Godwin and DJ Moore should be in your lineups if you’re on the fringe of sitting them.

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It’s playoff time! This week the running back carousel features a couple of new members in Jeffrey Wilson Jr. and Jaylen Samuels. Of course, a football game plan is not nearly that cut and dry. I bet you wish you picked up Justin Jackson instead of Austin Ekeler for last week. Time to find out where I have everybody ranked at this point in the week.

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