Whether it’s season-long fantasy rankings, NFL draft analysis, DFS dart throws, betting implications or anything else NFL-related, A Good Football Show, formerly the Rotoworld Football Podcast, has you covered. Listen as RotoPat, Matt Stroup, Denny Carter, Pat Kerrane and others from the NBC Sports EDGE crew give their analysis and opinions on all things NFL on the Fantasy Sports Writers Association’s 2019 winner for Best Fantasy Football Podcast.
Who we are hesitant to draft
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat), Denny Carter (@CDCarter13), Pat Kerrane (@PatKerrane) and Kyle Dvorchak (@KyleTweetsHere) talk about the players they have been hesitant to draft this summer, including A.J. Brown and Antonio Gibson. They also debate Allen Lazard’s likely workload, Hunter Renfrow’s potential targets, and the future of the Packers’ backfield.
Underrated rosters and thin skill corps
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat), Lawrence Jackson (@LordDontLose) and Kyle Dvorchak (@kyletweetshere) take a spin through the latest NFL news, including word of a looming Alvin Kamara suspension and Kenny Pickett’s depth chart placement in Pittsburgh. They then examine a trio of underrated rosters in the Patriots, Dolphins and Lions before evaluating the thin skill corps in Green Bay, Baltimore and Kansas City.
AFC South Preview
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Pat Kerrane (@PatKerrane) preview the AFC South with the help of Titans beat writer Buck Reising (@BuckReising) and Jaguars beat writer John Shipley (@_John_Shipley). Reising breaks down Treylon Burks vs. Robert Woods while Shipley speculates on the Jags’ 2022 backfield touch delineation. The Pats also debate hot-button Colts and Texans issues like Parris Campbell’s usage and Houston’s running back pecking order.
Best Ball Live Draft: Late June 2022
Pat Kerrane and Kyle Dvorchak go through a best ball live draft as Matt Stroup moderates, with players including Kyle Pitts, Mike Evans, Austin Ekeler, Alvin Kamara, and a bunch of Chiefs pass-catchers (including Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Skyy Moore) at the center of the conversation.
Gabriel Davis's ADP, Treylon Burks No. 3, Sleeper TEs & More
Matt Stroup, Lawrence Jackson and Denny Carter discuss some recent NFL headlines and their fantasy impact, including Gabriel Davis's relatively high ADP, the latest on Treylon Burks' position on the Titans depth chart, plus potential sleeper/streaming TEs in Los Angeles and Cincinnati.
Fantasy Team Previews: Cardinals, Bills, Falcons, Ravens
Pat Daugherty, Pat Kerrane, Kyle Dvorchak and Matt Stroup discuss the fantasy outlooks for most of the relevant options on the Cardinals, Bills, Falcons, and Ravens, including Kyler Murray, Stefon Diggs, Kyle Pitts, and JK Dobbins.
Rookie WR deep dive
This was the best episode yet of “A Good Football Show”. Episode felt more like what the old RotoWorld show was and why I listened in the first place
Lauren Carpenter and Lawrence Jackson are the worst in the business
Lauren Carpenter and Lawrence Jackson are unbearable to listen to! Awful.
Lawrence Jackson is killing what was a top fantasy show
This is a classic case of subtraction by addition ... A Good Football Show was actually a GREAT fantasy football show for a long time with Denny and Pat leading the way with a perfect blend of professional analysis/analytics and humor. But in recent weeks/months, Sports Edge apparently decided to forcefeed upon us one Lawrence Jackson on the show, and he totally kills any positive momentum/engagement every time he opens his mouth. Talk about sucking any positive air/energy out of the room when he speaks in what seems like an endless display of cringe-worthy podcast utterances: He offers literally zero analysis (it's all "I like this dude ... This other dude, I dunno, I gots to see it first, y'know?" ... Really???? That actually passes for "analysis" these days?) He seems incapable of uttering a single sentence without absolutely butchering the English language. His personality comes across as something between "perpetually stoned" and "disinterested/checked out" and "I'm just here so I don't get fined." He contributes no more "insight" than that garden variety, casual fantasy player in your league who finishes maybe .500 most seasons. He delivers EVERYTHING in this "fingernails on chalkboard-inducing" flat, energy-depleted monotone that -- combined with the horrific torture of the English language in every spoken sentence -- just makes you want to turn this thing off entirely, despite how great Denny and the rest are. In other words, he brings absolutely nothing to the show and he's honestly killing it. There is lots of competition in the fantasy space ... We can go back to pods from CBS Fantasy Football Today, Fantasy Footballers, Establish the Run, Most Accurate Football Podcast, etc. that haven't cheapened themselves by bringing on incredibly "nowhere near ready for prime time/sub-par" talent.