B_Don and Donkey are back talking pick-ups again on this week’s Razzball Fantasy Football Podcast: Waiver Wire Edition. Both of the hosts compile a list of five players owned in under 50% of leagues, including Ty Johnson, Chase Edmonds, A.J. Brown, Derrius Guice, Allen Lazard, Kenny Stills and a few others. Listen in to find out how to prioritize these guys.

Donkey and B_Don also discuss some names owned in 5% of leagues or less. The deep league list includes Olabisi Johnson, Danny Amendola, Jay Ajayi, Ryquell Armstead and Irv Smith Jr. And don’t miss out on everyone’s favorite segment, A-hole of the Week. Tune in now and dominate your leagues waiver wire!

  1. The Harrow says:
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    it’s pretty clear what he meant to ask was “which RB that hasn’t already been hurt would you be most surprised to hear he stays healthy and plays the whole year”, and NOT “which RB would you be most surprised to hear he stays healthy and plays the whole year”. this is the same issue you guys had with that bet on when mayfield would start next year, one of you needed somebody to properly word what the bet was meant to mean to the guy proposing it.

    • The Harrow says:
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      sorry when mayfield would start LAST year, that bet. one of you intended to include in the bet that he had to be installed from rodfather benching (which is what happened, tyrod got hurt, mayfield came in, then stayed in after that, but the injury is the why as to mayfield having started, regardless of whether or not rodfather would’ve been benched at some point anyway) by a certain week, but the wording allowed the other person to claim he won even when he came in from injury to rodfather.

      • B_Don

        B_Don says:
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        Well, for that one, it was a bet, so, we had to get a ruling. Twitter was an even tie, so, we went to the Razzball triumvirate of Grey, Rudy, and MB to decide.

        This one, it was probably more of a wording mistake/misunderstanding than anything. Plus, it’s just fun to give DT sh**.

        • The Harrow says:
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          right, the one side should’ve worded it better in the bet, same as here.

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