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 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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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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