Hey there, the fantasy season might be over but we aren’t ready to let go of the football season, so why don’t you join us? Reid and Zach hop on the ol’ Skype machine with me and we riff about the ever changing coaching disasters that are happening around the sport. We also make our wild card round picks while giving our reasons why…

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I am joined by Jay first to talk about how his season went with rankings and talked about the process. After Jay leaves, a weird time warp occurs (since my chat with him was a week earlier), before I’m joined by Rudy Gamble who shows up to talk about the success of his rankings model. Check out this podcast and Rudy’s post that is out later this week to learn all about the season of the #5 weekly Fantasy Football ranker in all of FantasyPros! Enjoy!

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All of your distracted day dreaming and line up research comes down to one final week. It’s the fantasy football Super Bowl. Only, there is no halftime show or Roger Goodell handing out a trophy to an earthquake of boos and hisses. The anxiety and thrill starting this Saturday afternoon are worth the 15 prior weeks of making the least amount of untimely mistakes in your league.

The first time that I won my big-money home league, the one that I obsess over, was Le’Veon Bell’s rookie year. He had a late afternoon game that day and I was in pretty decent shape through the first set of games. All that I needed was a pretty decent game from him to clinch the title. Bell ran for 124 yards (his first career 100+ yard rushing game) and a touchdown against the Packers that day and I won pretty comfortably. Each title feels great but nothing compares to the first one with the big pay day against the buddies that you talk shit with week in and week out. But, whether you play for money, a belt, a ring, a trophy or some combination, I think the jabs at your league mates and unbridled confidence at the next season’s draft is the best part. Here are my week 16 rankings. I will see you all in the comment section. Even if you don’t have a line up question, you should drop a couple lines about your favorite fantasy title that you have ever won.

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I hope you all had a very successful Sunday and started Nick Foles and Blake Bortles. It’s about to be championship week after this terrible Monday Night game that the Falcons are going to win by multiple scores. If you didn’t make it through to a championship game this year, thank you for reading our stuff this year and we will do our best to get you all of the way next season. If you did make it through to the title game, congratulations, and let’s do work in Week 16! This will be my final Monday morning post of the 2017 season and I thank you all for reading this season and I hope you enjoyed the analysis and me sometimes trying to write funny things. Let’s go over some performances in Week 15 and look ahead to Week 16 shall we?

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We have reached the fantasy football semi-finals! Congratulations if you have made it this far and my condolences if you have been eliminated but just happened to click on this link out of habit from the first 14 weeks of the season. Before we get to the rankings, and while I have your eyes, I wanted to tell you about our plans for the off season. I want to get a jump on things as early as possible with player profiles, NFL draft content, the free agency bonanza, and of course, an entirely too early top 100 rankings after free agency. I know that Zach will be joining me with off-season content like he did last year and I’m going to start putting stuff out as early as the week following the super bowl, starting with player profiles for 2018. We will be podcasting semi-regularly throughout the NFL postseason and off-season. My goal is to bring on guests from all over the map and also do some non-football episodes if something interesting pops up on Netflix or HBO. But for now, here are your Week 15 rankings.

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The pit of despair known as my NFL season continued to rear its ugly head once again on Sunday and had me questioning why I don’t just stay in bed all day on Sundays. Maybe I could take my family out to lunch or help more around the house. There is an outdoor ice skating rink right by my house. I haven’t skated in years. Watching Tampa pop up on the red zone channel never does anything but make me sad and angry. Then watching players that I shouldn’t have benched go off for touchdown after touchdown after touchdown continues to take its toll. Being on the brink of elimination is a helpless feeling. Watching Kirk Cousins pull his pants down and defecate all over your two-quarterback league team is the culmination of all of my sadness.

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