Drew Brees is the reason there is a podcast today. Why? We'll tell you in the podcast! We recap a set of divisional games that were not up to scratch for one of us but look at why the lower seeds got stuck in the ground. Roger has a couple of plays from the weekend to run the rule over (28:14) and we are joined by a SUPER Bears fan with some #swag for the Full10Questions(42:31). We close out with which broadcasting duos we like and dislike (55:24).
Friday podcast! Things are heating up so Tim brings the heat on what Kliff Kingsbury has ruined for him and why Nick Foles is like a 17yr old. Lee gets the Foxboro' jitters with the Chargers travelling to New England and we both again give the Eagles a reason to defy all the odds. Adam joins Tim to rue the double doink costing us our bets from the Wildcard round but look towards the 4 games on the weekend. Before that, NEW SEGMENT alert, The Full10Yards Warm Welcome and an update on the HC vacancies. Enjoy!
Tim and Lee preview all the week 16 games giving you all the news and notes ahead of a pivotal week in the NFL and also championship week in fantasy football!
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. The AFC South was ridiculed last season for being weak recently, but could now be … Continue reading Joy Divisions – AFC South
Adam Walford from Touchdown Tips (@Touchdowntips,TDtips.com) joins us as we speculate to accumulate! We give you a great nugget of advice for betting on the antepost markets and we tell you which song you should listen to when watching any Bills games this year! Great episode! We have £100 of mythical money to spread over markets such as: Super Bowl/ Conference Outrights, Division winners, Most Pass/Rush/Rec yards, End of season awards & Request a bet specials. The full list will be on the punting page and we encourage you to send us yours! We will keep a track of them all on a spreadsheet and announce the winner at the end of the season! You have to have at least 1 bet in each of the categories to qualify.
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