Donkey and B_Don are back talking pickups following week 11. A**hole of the week comes early this week with the Browns/Steelers debacle of nut grabbing and helmet bashing. B_Don is also questions Robert Woods’ surprise late scratch with “personal issues.” Don’t look to B_Don for sympathy if you’re going through some tough times!

For once the guys have mostly a consensus on their top 5 adds of the week as both hosts have the same top 4 recommendations of Jonathan Williams, Derrius Guice, Bo Scarbrough and Nyheim Hines. In the deep targets segment some interesting names are thrown around, including Tim Patrick, Marcus Johnson, Ryan Griffin, Pat Laird and Russell Gage. Tune in and continue to dominate your waiver wire on your way to fantasy glory!
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After a weekend of degenerate gambling and clogged arteries, Donkey Teeth and B_Don are back at it talking pick ups for week 7 on the Razzball Fantasy Football Podcast. The guys breakdown their respective top 5 add lists for this week including: Chase Edmonds, Auden Tate, Benny Snell, Hunter Henry, Latavius Murray and a few others. Listen in to find out how to prioritize these young gentlemen.

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B_Don escapes from Vegas rehab to bring you a fantasy football profile show with Donkey Teeth. This week the guys take a look at Geronimo Allison and Marquez Valdes-Scantling in the wake of Davante Adams turf toe issues.

Tune in to find out whether either or both of these young ball grabbers are startable while Adams is out and beyond. And then everyone’s favorite segment from last year, assh*le of the week, makes its triumphant return.

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Rudy Gamble is back on the Razzball Fantasy Football Pod this week to discuss some of the big surprises from week one, including John Ross’s explosion, Lamar Jackson’s trouncing of the hapless Dolphins, and the poop flavor cake Baker served up against the Titans. Rudy also explains the weekly method of dialing in his projections and why you should put more weight in his numbers later in the week.

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Back with a new episode of The #DWG4 Experience, only this one is my official first post exclusively to Razzball! This week I’m joined by the creator of The Scott Fish Bowl (#SFB8), Mr. Scott Fish himself. Justin Mason, no stranger to the Fantasy Baseball world also pitched in, as did Anthony Cervino, who hosts the FF Faceoff podcast for Gridiron Experts. Hope you enjoy the video, and if not, let me know why. If you only want audio, you can find that below. Lastly, and right beneath these words, is the updated standings for #DWG4. Thanks to all! Now hit the play button…

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The Sausage Fest gets extra meaty this week as the boys are joined by numbers guru and co-founder of Razzball, Rudy Gamble. Listen in as Rudy regales B_Don and DT with tales of the creation of Razzball and then attempts to crush Donkey Teeth’s Tarik Cohen hopes and Kerryon Johnson dreams.

Of course the guys also had to grill Gamble regarding the fantasy outlook for all Da Bears offensive players in 2018. Other topics of conversation in this week’s show include the process of projecting football statistics, snake and auction draft strategy, Lamar Miller, Peyton Barber and much more.

Sign up for a free 7 day trial of Rudy’s incredible premium football tools here.

Follow everyone on this episode on Twitter @RudyGamble, @DitkaSausagePod, and @DonkeyTeeth87.

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Remember me?

Yeah, I’m talking to you.

How ya been? That’s good. Having withdrawals from Fantasy Football? Yeah, I understand that. I am too. But that’s why Viz, Joe MacDonald, Smokey and Ralph, JB Gilpin, and the whole team at Razzball Baseball (and plenty of other Razzball writers from Basketball) are here to help with those withdrawals. Never tried Fantasy Hockey? Soccer? Golf? Check out those guys, because they make it the offseason little easier and a whole lot more enjoyable.

Well, as the Deflate-Gate Court Battle is underway, and the combine a couple days removed, this is the perfect time to reflect on how the season went. And, it has been a very unique, interesting, awful, sad, awesome, complicated and happy year. We have had ups and downs, injuries, great sleepers and Andrew Luck.

On a legitimate note, this will be the first article of two where I will break down the season to see what we did right, and what did wrong. The first one will be titled, Things I’ve Learned While Barely Writing About Daily Fantasy Football, which will the the lighter of the two, and the second will be titled Things I’ve Learned About While Playing Daily Fantasy Football, which will be a more in-depth, factual article about what I’ve learned, and how to implement these things into the 2016 season.

And on that note, let’s get started…

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Greetings! I’d like to start by praising the Elders for giving me the strength and durability of a Kardashian furburger, allowing me to put in more fantasy sports work in these past few weeks than I ever thought humanly possible. From co-hosting the Razzball Fantasy Football podcast (my wet dream come true) with Jay (great musical choice this week. KUDOS!), to doing the In this League podcast with talented and sexy Bogman and the Welsh (I teach them all about designer clothing), then to my dear-dear friends Justin Mason and Mike Werner’s Friends with Fantasy Benefits podcast (I’m stealing that name if it’s not trademarked), AND FINALLY I’ll also be joining my squad on The Nickel Press Live Show, which we will be doing every week, Sunday mornings before game time. That’s not even mentioning the two Fantasy football posts a week and doing my utmost to respond to each and every one of your fantasy questions and comments. Oh, and I dropped THIS!

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