Want to win your fantasy football league? The Apex Fantasy Football podcast features Mike Braude, Asher Molk, and Dalton Kates converting an analytics-based approach to actionable, easy-to-use fantasy football analysis and strategy. The Apex Fantasy Football team brings the unique perspective of having run thousands of paid fantasy football leagues on the Apex Fantasy Leagues website and brings you the fantasy football edge that will bring home the league championship.
Week 16 Waivers & 2020 Lessons Learned At QB
In the fantasy championship week, the Apex crew starts by suggesting possible waiver pickups to help lock up your league's trophy including Darrell Henderson (1:29), George Kittle (3:42), and even Marcus Mariota (6:22).
They then segue into discussing the (high-end QB1) Jalen Hurts phenomenon (8:09) and how he is representative of some important lessons learned about fantasy QBs in 2020. They analyze things such as the true importance of rushing production for QBs, the late-round QB strategy for 2020, the future of the QB position, and how these lessons can be actionable in 2021 (12:08).
Finally, in the holiday spirit, the gang shares one wish from their football-related "Christmas wishlists" (36:50).
Week 15 Waivers, Rookie RB Lessons, 2021 Top 5 RBs
The Apex crew looks at the fantasy semifinals waiver wire and discusses how Lynn Bowden (1:09), Jeffrey Wilson (4:23), and Jalen Hurts (6:35) can help you advance to your fantasy football championship and which sorts of players you should consider starting them over. Then they discuss the current state of the 2020 rookie RB class and the actionable lessons their ups and downs have taught fantast owners, and how these lessons can be applied to 2021 (11:11).
Finally, the crew ends the episode by collectively discussing and selecting their current top 5 fantasy RBs for the 2021 season, and even sneak in rankings for 2021's sophomore RBs (22:57).
Week 14 Waivers, Playoff Streamers, & Reviewing RB vs. WR Scoring
It's playoff time in the Week 14 edition of the Apex Fantasy Football Podcast! The crew goes over potential waiver wire options such as Keke Coutee (1:43), Ty Johnson (6:06), Jeff Wilson (8:15), and Jalen Hurts (12:08) and analyzes some streamable quarterbacks (19:40) and defenses (22:54) to help you win your playoff matchups. They then take a look at certain thresholds of fantasy scoring, comparing how running backs and wide receivers fared during the 2020 fantasy football regular season and what lessons should be remembered when drafting 2021 fantasy teams (28:28).
Revisiting ADP: Lessons Learned From The Regular Season
In Week 13's episode of the Apex Fantasy Football Podcast, the crew goes over a few possible waiver wire nuggets in the wake of Josh Jacobs's ankle injury and Will Fuller's suspension (1:00). They then look back at average draft position (ADP) and analyze what went right, what went wrong, trends, and lessons learned from reviewing 2020's preseason player values (4:20).
Week 12 Waivers, Post-Burrow Bengals, & Giving Thanks
In the Thanksgiving-week edition of the Apex Fantasy Football Podcast, the crew surveys a relatively shallow waiver week discussing Gus Edwards, James White, and Frank Gore (1:05) at running back and Nelson Agholor (6:58) and Russell Gage (10:45) at wide receiver.
They then pour one out for Joe Burrow and tell you how the Bengals offense (especially their wide receivers) will project in fantasy football going forward (15:05). Finally, the gang each share a couple of NFL-related phenomena that they are especially thankful for this holiday season.
Week 11 Waivers & Lessons from the 2020 Rookie WR Class
In Week 11's episode of the Apex Fantasy Football Podcast, the gang begins by going through a varied week of waiver wire pickups. They discuss how the Saints offense may look without Drew Brees and what to expect from Jameis Winston (1:00), take a glance at Salvon Ahmend's potential (8:12), touch base with Kalen Ballage's continued resurgence (11:53), and turn back the clock with Alex Collins's possible Thursday night workhorse role (15:15). They then dissect a trio of waiver wire wide receivers including Michael Pittman Jr. (17:48), Josh Reynolds (21:53), and KJ Hamler (25:50).
The crew ends the episode by taking a big-picture look as to just how special the 2020 rookie WR class is and analyze lessons that fantasy owners could learn from them going forward (30:55).
Enjoyed the great information. Has to be one of the top podcasts out there for fantasy.
Great insight. I love the in depth analysis, there’s so much to learn about FF!
I love their voices too.