Whether it’s season-long fantasy rankings, NFL draft analysis, DFS dart throws, betting implications or anything else NFL-related, Rotoworld Football Show, formerly the Rotoworld Football Podcast, has you covered. Listen as RotoPat, Denny Carter, Pat Kerrane, Kyle Dvorchak 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.
Week 3 Preview: Likely shootouts in Bills/Dolphins and Lions/Vikings
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat), Denny Carter (@CDCarter13), Patrick Kerrane (@PatKerrane) and Kyle Dvorchak (@kyletweetshere) preview the entire Week 3 slate, going in depth on Bills/Dolphins, Lions/Vikings, Rams/Cardinals and so much more. They debate the Commanders’ receiver corps and the Rams’ backfield. They question JuJu Smith-Schuster’s upside and go deep on every fantasy-relevant player as the data pours in after six months in the offseason wilderness.
Week 3 Ranks: Pitts concern, Rams backfield + more
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Lawrence Jackson (@LordDontLose) begin the show by discussing their takeaways from Week 2’s Monday Night Football doubleheader, including whether Jalen Hurts is now in the mix for QB1 overall and whether there is reason to be concerned about Dalvin Cook. They then dive into rankings giving them trouble for Week 3, including Russell Wilson, the Rams’ backfield and Garrett Wilson. They debate the Commanders’ receiver corps and if fantasy managers should be concerned about Kyle Pitts’ slow start.
Garrett Wilson, Marcus Mariota and other Waiver Claims + Week 2 Storylines
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Denny Carter (@CDCarter13) break down a bonkers Week 2, examining some of the week’s biggest storylines as well as the top waiver wire additions. What is going on in San Francisco (again)? Is Garrett Wilson the clear-cut top claim at receiver? What can fantasy managers who snagged Curtis Samuel and Chris Olave in weeks prior expect going forward? They also debate Russell Wilson’s early Broncos play and how the Jets might look upon Zach Wilson’s return.
Week 2 Recap Show: Game-by-Game Review 2022
Pat Kerrane is joined by the Rotoworld team to discuss Sunday's slate of games, digging into the details you may have missed and adding context beyond the box score.
Week 2 Preview: Expected Fireworks in MIN-PHI and other hot-button topics
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat), Denny Carter (@CDCarter13), Patrick Kerrane (@PatKerrane) and Kyle Dvorchak (@kyletweetshere) preview the entire Week 2 slate, going in depth on Vikings/Eagles, Dolphins/Ravens, Cardinals/Raiders and so much more. They (again) debate AJ Dillon vs. Aaron Jones in Green Bay and what to do with Allen Robinson in Los Angeles. They break down the Commanders’ new-look offense and go deep on every fantasy-relevant player coming off a jam-packed opening week.
Josh Palmer, Rachaad White and other Short + Long-Term Waiver Wire Adds
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Denny Carter (@CDCarter13) break down an action-packed Week 1, examining some of the week’s top waiver wire additions and how they might fit into Week 2 lineups. Can Jeff Wilson be trusted, or does Kyle Shanahan have something up his sleeve? Is Josh Palmer a plug-and-play WR3 for the Chargers? They then look into some of the opening-week’s most intriguing situations, including the Commanders’ backfield, the Jets’ receiver corps, and of course, Taysom Hill. Finally, Denny offers some going-forward additions for managers at running back.
Overall great show. Enjoy the different all of the different points of view. The only downside is whoever is washing dishes in the background during the weekly post game reviews.
Most enjoyable FF show with most likable hosts.
Just when I thought there was no way to improve on the unique and hilarious banter among the two Pats and Denny, the show adds Lawrence which has taken it to another level. There are a couple of FF podcasts that are probably as substantively helpful as Good Football Show, but I don’t think any have the blend of entertainment and info. NBC should probably cast these guys in a sitcom.
This is a must download for my commute. 5 ⭐️.
Too much insider banter
“Kenny Pickett lookin’ sus.” The use of children’s vernacular sums up the show: a group of guys trying to sound cool and trendy while talking about fantasy football. What’s painful is they know their stuff, but their style really takes away from the listenable quality of the show.
To elaborate: the guys know football pretty well, but it can be a slog listening to an episode. Just check out their mock draft episode 806. It’s 80% insider banter, 20% content. By all means, catch up with one another, but do it before recording the podcast. It’s just boring insipid conversation with little useful content.