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.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Sometimes you pick up a streamer and it’s just like a Tinder hookup. You use them and then toss them back before the night (aka waivers) are over. Other times, it’s more like John Denver and you have to tear yourself away from your streaming options, and you find yourself singing, “I’m streaming, on a jet plane. Don’t know when I’ll be back again. Oh babe, I hate to go.” The best case scenario is that you find yourself falling in love with a new starter, or starting option, that you can roster all season. While most streaming options fall into the Tinder hookup category, I hope some others have given you at least a couple weeks of production.
Jameis Winston and Cameron Brate may have you thinking about putting a ring on it. Will Dissly, Ryan Fitzpatrick, and Jesse James, got their numbers put in the phone, but then we ghosted them after a couple weeks. Fitz lost his job and “No, I don’t want no scrubs.” Dissly got injured, and Jesse James was a victim of the hot ex coming back into the picture. Most streaming options will be more like Jimmy Garoppolo’s preseason date than Reese Witherspoon/Katherine Heigel rom-com characters, but keep your eye out for THE ONE that could be potential season long difference makers as you look for bye week fill ins and streamers.Please, blog, may I have some more?
“Sit Down. Stand Up (Snakes and Ladders)” is a must see Radiohead cut in a live setting, as it’s accompanied by a Brief History of Time-style light show that’ll heighten your sense like an auto-tuned conversation with Mister Rogers. This isn’t a music blog so I’ll spare you a tiring (spare tire pun intended) persuasive diatribe on […]Please, blog, may I have some more?