A RotoViz podcast about high-stakes fantasy football strategy and leagues, hosted by Eric Balkman of the FFPC
A Pretty Realistic Offer
Tim Gilbertson is an FFPC dynasty fantasy football league player who won five high stakes leagues alone in 2020. In this episode, we discuss his philosophy on trading, the one thing he does for all his leagues to ensure the proper plan of attack and some player analysis of Aaron Jones, Adam Trautman, the Rams pass-catchers and more. His dynasty winnings alone in the last four years total nearly $40,000.
Embrace The Instability
Lance Turbes is a Footballguys Players Championship, FFPC high stakes dynasty and best ball league champion. In this episode, we go back and look at the first FFPC best ball draft that Turbes participated in a couple of weeks ago, along with why it’s important to draft now, who to target, who to fade and much more. Turbes’ career winnings in the FFPC alone total more than $30,000 and you can follow him on Twitter @SPORTBETTINGMAN.
Everybody Draft Him 30th
John Modaff and Tom Zoretic are the champions of the 2020 FFPC Big Payback 12-team league, in which they cashed a $25,000 prize. Their total winnings in the FFPC number well over $70,000.
In this episode, we try to figure out how they had such a dominant team after selecting Christian McCaffrey at the 1.01, what to expect from Devin Singletary and Zack Moss in the Bills backfield in 2021, a few players to target and fade in the FFPC Playoff Challenge #2 and much more.
Mike Edelman has been a high stakes fantasy football player for more than 15 years who has won league titles in auctions, best balls and Footballguys Players Championships. After his fourth place overall finish in this year’s FFPC Main Event, his career high stakes fantasy football winnings total well over $300,000. In this episode, we look at his successful four-running back-start in the FFPC Main Event this season, how high drafters will or should push Travis Kelce up their 2021 boards and who a few of his targets and fades will be in the 2020-21 World Famous FFPC Playoff Challenge.
What Better Way?
Abib Agbetoba is the first-ever back-to-back winner of the Footballguys Players Championship, a contest that features nearly 11,000 teams. For his overall championship
in the competition this year, he won $500,000, and his career winnings in the FFPC alone total well over $800,000. In this episode, we find out how he built this half-million-dollar-winning squad, why a huge mistake almost cost him the grand prize and his thoughts
on what first round high stakes drafts will look like next year.
Seventh Year Breakouts
Brad Kruse, along with his brother Tim, is a winner of numerous Footballguys and FFPC Main Event and high stakes leagues, including the 2017 Super Bracket title and the FFPC $2500-entry live auction in Las Vegas. His total career winnings in the FFPC total nearly $120,000. In this episode, we explore why he went so heavy on rookie wide receivers this season, whether a Steelers stack in Week 16 might be the way to go and whether Russell Wilson might have to be benched with everything on the line.