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There are two types of Fantasy Owners. Sharks and Chum?

Which are you?

    Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy: Week 13 Preview

    Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy: Week 13 Preview

    We've reached the end of the line.

    In many fantasy football leagues, Week 13 is the final week of the fantasy regular season. Some teams have already clinched a spot in the postseason tournament and are just jockeying for position and a potential first-round bye. Others still have been eliminated but are hoping to take as many folks down with them as possible.

    And many fantasy squads head into this week with a simple edict – win and you're in. Lose and it's all over but the crying.

    That makes every lineup decision this week absolutely critical. And the Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy is here to help by answering the looming questions ahead of Week 13.

    Can Dak Prescott and the reeling Dallas Cowboys get it together on Thursday night at home against the rival Redskins?

    Will Minnesota Vikings quarterback Case Keenum's surprising roll continue Sunday in Atlanta in one of Week 13's biggest game. Can Falcons wideout Julio Jones follow up his huge outing from a week ago?

    Which NFC South quarterback should fantasy owners target when Cam Newton of the Panthers and Drew Brees of the Saints lock horns in the Big Easy on Sunday?

    And similarly, which signal-caller and pass catchers will come out on top when the Philadelphia Eagles travel to Seattle to face the Seahawks on Sunday night?

    Who are the Week 13 sleepers to target in fantasy football? The busts to avoid? What's the latest on the biggest injured stars?

    For the answers to those questions and more, join the Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy on Wednesday, November 29 at 7 PM Eastern.

    Come on in – the water's FINE!

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy: Week 9 Preview

    Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy: Week 9 Preview

    It’s Deshaun Watson’s world. The rest of us are just living in it.

    The rookie quarterback for the Houston Texans (and your 2017 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year – book it) put on yet another show in Week 8, topping 400 passing yards and tossing four touchdowns in a loss to the Seattle Seahawks.

    It was a performance that lifted any number of fantasy owners to a win.

    Watson wasn’t the only rookie setting records in Week 8. On Sunday night in Detroit, Juju Smith-Schuster became the first player in league history to score four touchdowns before turning 21. The Pittsburgh Steelers wideout didn’t score them all in that game, but the 97-yard touchdown he did have put a huge smile on the face of the fortunate fantasy owners who rolled him out.

    At this time of the season, when every win is doubly important for fantasy owners trying to keep their season afloat, having a player like Watson or Smith-Schuster in the lineup can do more than just save a week.

    It can save a season.

    With six teams on a bye again in Week 9, fantasy owners are once again scouring the league for players who will post big scores in Week 9. The veterans and or rookies with the right kind of Week 9 juju.

    Couldn’t be helped.

    Well, look no farther. On Wednesday, November 1 at 7 PM Eastern the gang at the Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy will break down everything you need to know in advance of the ninth week of the 2017 season.

    So be sure to tune in – and maybe your season will be saved as well.

    Come on in – the water’s FINE!

    Call-In Number: (347) 826-9620

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy: Week 8 Preview

    Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy: Week 8 Preview

    We’ve already hit Week 8 of the 2017 NFL season. The fantasy football campaign is already into the second half, and soon the stretch run for the playoffs will begin.

    For many fantasy owners, that makes the edict clear – win this week, or there may not be a stretch run to worry about.

    As usual, the NFL isn’t making things any easier for fantasy owners. For every player who has exceeded expectations there are seemingly two who have underperformed. And the list of stars battling injuries seemingly grows by the week.

    In Week 7 we saw Arizona quarterback Carson Palmer felled by a broken arm in the Cardinals’ blowout loss to the Los Angeles Rams in London. Granted, there aren’t many teams rolling out Palmer every week. But his absence affects the entire Arizona offense, from wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald to tailback Adrian Peterson.

    It’s a similar deal in Miami, where a surprising Dolphins team is now on their third quarterback. If it’s Matt Moore under center Sunday, what effect will that have on the fantasy value of running back Jay Ajayi and wide receiver Jarvis Landry?

    And will we be seeing fellow pass-catcher Devante Parker on the field any time soon?

    It’s those sorts of questions that the folks at the Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy will endeavor to answer when they gather to preview Week 8. So whether it’s injury news, sleeper plays or potential busts join us Wednesday, October 25 at 7 PM Eastern as we break down all the info you need to keep your playoff push on the tracks.

    Come on in – the water’s FINE!

    Call-In Number: (347)826-9620

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy: Week 6 Preview

    Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy: Week 6 Preview

    Five weeks into any season, a solid percentage of fantasy football owners are going to be anxious. Nervous. Freaking out, even.

    After the Week 5 we just saw go down, the percentage is probably lying somewhere between 97 and 106.

    It’s not just that some squads are the fantasy equivalent of the New York Giants and Los Angeles Chargers and sitting at 0-5 or 1-4. That they’re looking at the efforts of players like Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson or Oakland Raiders quarterback Amari Cooper and wondering what the heck they were thinking on fantasy draft day.

    But there’s also the matter of the injuries that continue to mount. The latest major one – the season-ending broken ankle suffered by New York Giants wide receiver (and top-five fantasy draft pick) Odell Beckham was nothing short of a season-killer.

    However, whatever the cause of the struggles, whatever the record, fantasy owners have to keep going. Have to keep trying to get better. Keep trying to get a win.

    So, whether you’re 5-0 and riding high or 0-5 and crying on tour keyboard, join the Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy gang on Wednesday, October 11 at 7 PM Eastern as they preview Week 6.

    Can Cam Newton and Carson Wentz keep it going in their big Thursday night showdown?

    Who will win the RB duel between Todd Gurley and Leonard Founette in Jacksonville?

    Will the Giants hold WR tryouts in the parking lot before Sunday Night Football?

    And will the Browns ever win another game? (The answer is no.)

    Come on in – the water’s FINE.

    Call-In Number: (347) 826-9620

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy: Week 5 Preview

    Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy: Week 5 Preview

    We’ve hit the quarter-pole of the 2017 NFL season, and with it the first fourth of this year’s fantasy regular season.

    And just like the three weeks before them, Week 4 was a wild one that left many fantasy owners reeling.

    In Week 4 alone we saw…
    A rookie quarterback (Deshaun Watson of the Houston Texans) roll up over 300 passing yards and five total touchdowns in a historic rout of the Tennessee Titans.We watched New York Jets tailback Bilal Powell jump off the fantasy scrap heap to roll up 163 rushing yards against the Jacksonville Jaguars, while Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook was lost to a season-ending injury.And we saw Atlanta Falcons wideout Julio Jones go down with a hip injury, while the receiver leaderboard in Week 4 was littered with the likes of Devin Funchess of the Carolina Panthers and Jaron Brown of the Arizona Cardinals.
    Another wacky week has plenty of fantasy owners sitting as 2-2, 1-3 or even 0-4 and scratching their heads with one hand while balling their fist to shake at the teams sitting pretty at 3-1 or 4-0.

    But whether you fantasy season has started off well or anything but, there’s still plenty of time to turn things around (or watch them fall apart.) You have to stay after it if you want to have a strong October – especially with the bye weeks about to begin.

    So join the Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy on Wednesday, October 4 at 7 PM Eastern as they break down everything you need to know to get a W in Week 5.

    Come on in – the water’s FINE.

    Call-In Number: (347) 826-9620

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy: Week 3 Preview

    Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy: Week 3 Preview

    We’re two weeks into the 2017 NFL (and fantasy football) season, and for every thing we know about the year there are three things we don’t.

    We knew that Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints and Tom Brady of the New England Patriots were going to be OK, and sure enough they rebounded in Week 2. But raise your hand if you had Trevor Siemian of the Denver Broncos as leading the NFL in passing scores after two weeks.

    Put your hand down you liar.

    At running back, Kareem Hunt of the Kansas City Chiefs continues to impress. But two games in Le’Veon Bell of the Pittsburgh Steelers still hasn’t gotten untracked, and Ezekiel Elliott of the Dallas Cowboys and LeSean McCoy of the Buffalo Bills were just shut…down.

    And the tight ends? Hurt. All of them. Rob Gronkowski (Patriots). Tyler Eifert (Cincinnati Bengals). Jordan Reed (Washington Redskins). Jimmy Graham (Seattle Seahawks). Hurt. Hurt. Hurt. And hurt.

    Those injuries are just the tip of the iceberg in that regard, and only the beginning of what the Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy will discuss as they get you ready for a full slate of Week 3 games.

    Will they Green Bay Packers rebound at home against the Bengals? Will the Bengals finally score a touchdown in that game? Will the three undefeated AFC West teams keep rolling? Will the game in Indianapolis between the Colts and Browns end in a scoreless tie?

    Join us Wednesday, September 20, 2017 at 7 PM Eastern as we break down the third week of the 2017 NFL season.

    Come on in – the Water’s FINE!

    Call-In Number: (347) 826-9620

    • 1 hr 8 min

Customer Reviews

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13 Ratings

Millzee42 ,


I've been listening for the last few years. Always full of viable information.

EshInPennsyltucky ,

Still one of my faves

No, the Fantasy Sharks' podcast isn't for every fantasy football player. It's not a polished, big media production hosted by genetic freaks with perfect hair (although Gary's mane is impressive) or insider connections (but, I'll bet Wally could introduce you to the perfect martini). However, if you care enough about fantasy football podcasts to read review, then I submit this IS for you.
They're 'Independent' enough to say what they want, yet professional enough to think/research/care about what they say. They're serious enough about FF to deliver quality content, without taking themselves too seriously. They still combine legitimate journalism (especially with their offseason player interviews) with fantasy football (imagine that!), but will also talk some non-FF issues which allows you to get to know the podcasters and build a rapport.
I listen to a *lot* of fantasy football podcasts, and even with Greg's retirement, Fantasy Sharks is still one of my faves.

Dorray ,


While Mr. Kelogg has some insighful information about fantasy football the last show on 12/11/12 he called audience members stupid who voted for President Obama. Mr. Kellogg I see that you supported the 47% comment that Romney stated behind closed doors. I suspect you are the same as far mentality goes. I also suspect that you voted for King Bush which put the country in the position it has been in for the past 4 years. You sir, support the status quo of the greedy rich without any compassion for fellow Americans. I will no longer be listing to your show and I call every one here to boycott it.

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