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515: Mailbag 6/9/21
On this week's mailbag episode, JJ breaks down the Julio Jones trade, talks about D'Andre Swift's fantasy football value, explains why previous season finishes aren't very relevant, and much more.
514: The Running Back Dead Zone
There's an area of fantasy football drafts that, historically, hasn't produced the best return on investment at the running back position. It's been aptly dubbed "The Running Back Dead Zone." On Episode 514, JJ analyzes this spot in drafts and offers up a reason as to why it exists.
513: Mailbag 6/4/21
How high is A.J. Brown's ceiling in fantasy football this year? Is there a trade destination where Julio Jones' fantasy value could rise? How should we approach handcuffing running backs given the longer season? JJ answers those questions -- and more -- on this week's mailbag episode.
512: Best Ball League Strategy
JJ's back with another best ball league strategy episode, but this time, he sits down and talks to Mike Leone of Establish The Run. Leone explains the importance of roster construction in a best ball format, and talks through the viability of different strategies like Zero RB, stacking, late-round quarterback, and so much more.
511: Mailbag 5/28/21
How high is Calvin Ridley's ceiling without Julio Jones? Why is Joe Mixon getting so much hype in the fantasy football world? Is Alvin Kamara doomed without Drew Brees? JJ answers those questions -- and more -- on this week's mailbag episode.
510: The Impact Mobile Quarterbacks Have on Their Teammates
There's been an uptick in quarterback rushing across the NFL, and that's changed the signal-calling position in fantasy football. But what about the running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends who are playing on teams with mobile passers? On Episode 510, JJ examines this question.
Data driven analysis
Everyone who plays fantasy football should listen to o this pod (except people in my leagues). Anyone can read a box score, but JJ breaks down snap share, target share, expected values etc. which allows you to put good/bad performances in better context and not overreact.
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