Happy Thanksgiving everybody! It's the Friday podcast, but no Lee! Don't sweat because Adam steps in for the full podcast this week to recap the 3 Thanksgiving games as well as looking ahead to the Sunday games. We give you all the stats and opinions you could need as well as our best bets!
ARTICLE: Real Life Trades with Fantasy Implications written by @scottfmackay
Before the season starts, myself and good friend of the podcast Lee Wakefield (@wakefield90) will give a summary of each division, how we see it playing out over the season along with some players to target in fantasy in each. NFC North: This division could be a sneaky bet for being the best in the … Continue reading Joy Divisions – NFC North
I don my Randy Moss jersey and chat with old work colleague Mika Pakka (@nextbestbet) joins us to talk about his beloved Minnesota Vikings. We discuss whether Cousins is an upgrade from last season and the changes from last season. We reminisce about Adrian Peterson and Gary Barnidge though Mika turns some questions on me but I end up getting my own back. We also talk about our draft strategies and how we like to choose our players. Starting off with some NFL news surrounding Dez Bryant and Josh Gordon and finish with some extra little bits including my first ever American Football training session. Thanks for listening and joining our army on social media PS - Don't talk to any backstreet strangers...
Myth or fact: You should seek out making your compilation of fantasy football rosters with players that play more inside domes? You would have no doubt heard the following claims in fantasy chats: "I'll take this kicker because he plays in domes and therefore no weather conditions can restrict their scoring" "Quarterbacks that play in … Continue reading It’s coming Dome!
Good friend Lee Wakefield (@wakefield90) joins us as we take an early look at how the divisions could play out this year. We also run the rule over some end of season awards and decide whether or not Saquon Barkley is a sure thing for Offensive Rookie of the Year but also, why are the Quarterbacks so low in price? PS - Apologies for any sound issues you may hear with this podcast
Haven't done an article for a little while so whilst I wait to depart for my second Britball game later today which pits the Clyde Valley Blackhawks hosting the West Coast Trojans, I have been thinking about doing something of this ilk, looking at Bestball (also known as MFL10s) and looking at who to target … Continue reading Balling with the Best
Taking a look at running backs selected in this eyar's draft and what you can expect from them in 2018 in Fantasy Football.
Welcome to the 2nd part of the NFL 2018 first round draft. Minkah Fitzpatrick kicks us off at pick 11 in the first round and is now a Miami Dolphin. Not quite sure what position Minkah will slot in to in the Dolphins defence but his versatility will be something that the Dolphins needs. I … Continue reading NFL Draft 2018: Round 1 Analysis: Picks 11-21
Lee Wakefield here, back again for Mock Draft 3.0 for The Full 10 Yards and this time we're going to get a little wild! I've drawn up something that's a little bit alternative and thrown in a few players who could go in the first round but who I don't necessarily feel will have their … Continue reading Mock Draft 3.0 w/Lee Wakefield
NFL Power Rankings - pre draft (31.03.18) 1. Philadelphia Eagles A steady offseason from the Superbowl champs. re-signing Bradham to a long term deal along with Ngata and Michael Bennett, ensuring that this defence will be one of the premier ones for the next few years. Added in to that, the return of Carson Wentz … Continue reading Team Power Rankings
It's Monday....*sigh* so what's a good remedy to brighten up a Monday? No, not a beer. A mock draft of course! It's never too early to mock draft unless its Week 2 of the regular season and seeing as though it isn't Week 2 right now, it seems like a perfect time to mock draft. … Continue reading Mock Draft Monday – Draft 1.0
The Packers, one of the more exciting teams to watch on offence over the past decade with their leaky defences and potent offences. The home of Green Bay, Lambeau Field has witnessed some classics. Some might say that there is some sort of a transitioning taking place this season. This is mainly due to the … Continue reading Green Bay – Aaron’s Adams Apple