FantasyPros - Fantasy Football Podcast
About This Show
FantasyPros provides hard-hitting fantasy football analysis while keeping you entertained. Get the tips needed to win your league from a trusted network of 100+ experts. Find out who to draft, pick up and start while receiving analysis of the latest news from around the league.
Most Recent Episode
NFL Mock Draft: Picks for All 32 Teams (Ep. 188)
5 days ago
We're getting so close to the NFL Draft that we had to do one ourselves. Joining us for the fun is featured writer at FantasyPros, Jody Smith, and fantasy expert Eliot Christ of 4for4.com. We're playing GM, making trades, and picking players we feel deserve to be taken in each spot. The Browns take a QB at one (5:30) followed by two more QBs, but it's Bradley Chubb and not Saquon Barkley that goes at four (16:41). See how it all unfolds and who the biggest steal is in the draft (1:12:22). Sponsor: PristineAuction.com - Get the best deals in sports memorabilia including signed helmets and custom jerseys with guaranteed authenticity. Enter our special giveaway for free for a chance at a signed Alvin Kamara jersey. Just go to "fantasypros.com/contest" for more information.
Rated 5 out of
these guys get it
One thing that's easy to find in fantasy football podcasts is a lack of enthusiasm. It makes it hard to listen to the podcast. It's clear that these guys love fantasy football; you can hear it in the way that they talk about it. The quality of the product they put out is top notch. I appreciate their unique insights to certain situations (I'm looking at you Sammy Watkins!) This podcast is, hands down, my go to for fantasy football advice.
Date published: 2017-09-07
Rated 5 out of
Must listen if you play fantasy football
This is my first time reviewing any podcast because I've never read any reviews so I think it's a useless way for podcasts to be evaluated, but these guys deserve any accolades that come their way. The real star is @MikeTagliereNFL who is probably the hardest working analyst in the business, he may not always be right, but the analysis is sound logic.
Date published: 2017-04-09