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PFF Fantasy Football Podcast with Ian Hartitz
69 minutes | 2 days ago
NFC and AFC Championship breakdown
Host Ian Hartitz welcomes on PFF analyst Andrew Erickson to break down the Buccaneers-Packers and Bills-Chiefs conference championship matchups. The guys start off by questioning whether or not the Bucs will rely on Tom Brady's arm against the Packers' absolutely brutal run defense. Playoff Lenny figures to have his way on the ground, but will his hot stretch be enough to earn another contract from Tampa Bay? The guys agree that Chris Godwin is set up best against this Jaire Alexander-led secondary, while Ian debuts a "candle bet" that Rob Gronkowski finds his way into the end zone. Conversation continues with a look at what went wrong for Aaron Rodgers and company in their first matchup against the Bucs before the guys discuss what 2021 destination might be best for Aaron Jones from a fantasy perspective. The Bills-Chiefs matchup brings on discussion regarding whether Josh Allen can bounce back from last week's middling performance, where Stefon Diggs ranks in the 2021 fantasy WR ranks, and which complementary Bills pass-catcher might have the biggest afternoon. The guys wrap things up with a look at Patrick Mahomes and whether or not we should expect the Chiefs to again utilize a run-heavy approach against the Bills among other final topics. 0:00 Intro 2:10 Buccaneers Preview 19:10 Packers Preview 37:36 Bills Preview 50:46 Chiefs Preview
40 minutes | 7 days ago
10 questions with Michael Fabiano
Host Ian Hartitz welcomes on Sports Illustrated senior fantasy analyst Michael Fabiano to discuss recent NFL developments as well as the Divisional Round. The guys start things off by going over which landing spot would lead to the most 2021 fantasy value for free agent Allen Robinson. Ian and Michael agree that Diontae Johnson should be treated as a legit top-20 WR in 2021 fantasy drafts, but keep an eye on the potential for an unnecessarily large ADP disparity between him and Chase Claypool. Conversation continues with a look at 2021 expectations for Trevor Lawrence and the Jaguars, what to expect from the Seahawks without OC Brian Schottenheimer, and where Joe Burrow stacks up in the dynasty QB ranks. The guys next get into the divisional round. Both Ian and Michael think the Browns have a good chance of covering and we shouldn't discount Baker Mayfield and company in DFS either. Things might not be easy for Aaron Rodgers and company, but it's going to be tough for Jared Goff to keep pace. Conversation winds down with more analysis on the Saints-Buccaneers and Ravens-Bills matchups before the guys finish things off by pondering which team would an alien be best off following and becoming a fan of for the next five years. 0:08 Intro 2:13 Dream landing spot for Allen Robinson II? 5:07 How will Diontae Johnson/Chase Claypool fare in 2021? 8:27 Year 1 expectations for Meyer/Lawrence in JAX? 12:25 Concerned about Seahawks’ offense in 2021? 15:33 How many QBs would you take ahead of Burrow? 17:36 Do the Browns have a shot at beating the Chiefs? 21:18 Can the Rams great defense stop the Packers great offense? 26:04 Will the Buccaneers finally beat the Saints? 31:40 Prediction for Baltimore/Buffalo news headlines? 33:48 Team to root for over the next 5 years?
92 minutes | 9 days ago
Divisional Round breakdown
Host Ian Hartitz welcomes on PFF analyst Andrew Erickson to talk through all four Divisional Round matchups. The guys start off by debating whether or not we'll see the good version of Jared Goff this week before pondering if this elite Rams defense is capable of making Aaron Rodgers look even somewhat mortal. Ian breaks down why he believes Lamar Jackson is already the best rushing QB of all time before Andrew goes over the negative (fantasy) impact that dual-threat QBs have on their offense's running backs. Neither Ian nor Andrew believe Josh Allen will stop balling in this tough matchup, and the guys also believe Stefon Diggs is more than worthy of top-three WR treatment across the league based on his marvelous 2020 campaign. Additional topics include: whether or not to eat the Devin Singletary chalk in DFS, if Baker can keep on cooking, where does Nick Chubb stack up among the league's very best backs, what to expect from Patrick Mahomes and company in their first competitive game since Week 16, whether or not TB12 can turn things around in his third try against the Saints, if Michael Thomas can pop off for his first huge game of the season, and much more. 0:08 Intro 1:22 Rams @ Packers 27:29 Ravens @ Bills 51:53 Browns @ Chiefs 1:10:24 Buccaneers @ Saints
41 minutes | 15 days ago
10 questions with Danny Kelly
Host Ian Hartitz welcomes The Ringer NFL writer Danny Kelly to talk through 10 questions ahead of Super Wild Card weekend. Danny believes the Bills are in fact the top challenger to the Chiefs' AFC throne, and Ian argues their perceived weaknesses aren't even that big of a deal in the year 2021. The guys discuss whether or not the Colts (+6.5) deserve to be the AFC's biggest round one underdog before gushing over what Brandon Staley has done with this Rams defense. Discussion continues with a look at whether or not Russell Wilson and the Seahawks offense can turn the ship around. Danny believes the Ravens should be able to take down the Titans, but the guys both agree this Titans offense is truly a force to be reckoned with. Additional topics include: how deadly this Ravens offense would be with a legit No. 1 WR, which playoff RB would "matter" the most in a neutral situation, what are Mitch Trubisky and company's chances of shocking the Saints, who might be the most-dangerous Wild Card playoff team in NEXT year's playoffs, and much more.\ 0:05 Intro 1:24 Is BUF the biggest challenge to KC in the AFC? 4:47 Do the Colts deserve a +6.5 spread against the Bills? 8:56 Which defense in the playoffs can carry their team? 12:34 Can the Seahawks bounce back in the playoffs? 18:20 How good could the Ravens be with a top WR? 23:14 Pick one: Ravens or Titans? 26:17 Which playoff RB would you want on your roster? 28:57 How confident are you in the Bears? 32:40 Which playoff team will be in the best position in 2021? 35:45 Best non-QB between Chiefs and Packers?
91 minutes | 16 days ago
Wild Card breakdown
Host Ian Hartitz is joined by PFF and Establish The Run analyst Dwain McFarland to break down all six Wild Card matchups. The guys start off by complimenting Josh Allen on his fantastic season, although Dwain points out that things haven't gone as smooth vs. zone-heavy defenses like the Colts. Ian is confident that Indy should be able to move the ball with decent success through the air or on the ground; just realize the Bills aren't as bad at stopping the run as some numbers indicate. Ian and Dwain think the Rams are better off with Jared Goff (thumb) vs. John Wolford under center, particularly against a Seahawks defense that has struggled to stop the deep ball all season. Discussion continues with neither guy being confident in the Buccaneers or the Football Team's ability to put up points. The opposite is true for the the Ravens' matchup against the Titans, while Dwain cautions in counting out Mitch Trubisky and the Bears against the Saints. Finally the guys wrap it up by taking a closer look at Baker Mayfield's chances of pulling off the upset in Pittsburgh. Additional topics include: can Russell Wilson overcome this terrifying Rams defense, will the decent version of the Steelers defense please stand up, is it Terry McLaurin week, are the Titans the Ravens' kryptonite, and much more. 0:05 Intro 0:49 Colts @ Bills 14:09 Rams @ Seahawks 31:39 Buccaneers @ Football Team 45:07 Ravens @ Titans 58:39 Bears @ Saints 1:13:52 Browns @ Steelers
36 minutes | 21 days ago
10 questions with TJ Hernandez
Host Ian Hartitz welcomes 4for4 Director of DFS TJ Hernandez to discuss the Week 17 DFS slate. The guys start off going through which teams might not be motivated to play their starters for 60 full minutes. Conversation continues with a look at John Wolford and this banged-up Rams offense as well as where Malcolm Brown falls in the slate's cheap RB landscape. Both Ian and TJ are all in on Curtis Samuel taking full advantage of his rare dual-threat role, while the guys have differing opinions on just how they want to approach the tight end position this week. Additional topics include: favorite sub-$4,000 WR, top galaxy-brained dart throw, if there's any way you can get away from Derrick Henry in cash, thoughts on the number 0 being swaggy in football, and much more. 0:05 Intro 02:26 Any DFS options on KC, PIT, BUF and TB? 07:00 Are you buying into John Wolford or Malcom Brown? 11:04 Best running back at 4,500 or lower? 13:50 Are you confident in Curtis Samuel’s role? 16:50 Who is the best sub 4,000 receiver to target? 21:56 Is the Raiders offense stack worthy? 23:59 Most outlandish DFS player to target? 27:02 Is Derrick Henry a lock for Week 17? 29:34 Which receiver to target in the 5,000-5,500 range? 32:08 Should you buy in on Jonathan Taylor?
83 minutes | 23 days ago
Week 17 game by game breakdown
Host Ian Hartitz is joined by PFF analyst Andrew Erickson to break down every game in Week 17 with a focus on DFS now that the majority of season-long leagues are over. Ian doesn't see any scenario in which the Lions stop this Vikings offense; don't be surpised if their talented WRs and Dalvin Cook all go off in this smash spot. Andrew is a bit worried about the Buccaneers fully playing their starters, while Ian shares a similar sentiment about the Bills. The guys agree Nick Chubb could be in for a big week against the Mason Rudolph-led Steelers. Ian also cautions against fading Ezekiel Elliott in DFS at his lowest price ever on DraftKings. Additional topics include: the incredibly-affordable Ravens stack, if Jonathan Taylor RB1 szn will continue, Derrick Henry's chances of getting to 2,000 rushing yards, whether or not Aaron Rodgers can put a cherry on top of his likely MVP campaign, if George Kittle can pop off in a winnable matchup against the Seahawks, and much more. 0:05 Intro 02:18 Vikings @ Lions 05:30 Falcons @ Buccaneers 10:48 Jets @ Patriots 14:04 Dolphins @ Bills 20:22 Steelers @ Browns 23:34 Cowboys @ Giants 29:01 Ravens @ Bengals 33:54 Jaguars @ Colts 38:03 Titans @ Texans 44:15 Cardinals @ Rams 49:08 Saints @ Panthers 53:21 Packers @ Bears 58:35 Chargers @ Chiefs 1:04:44 Seahawks @ 49ers 1:09:18 Raiders @ Broncos 1:14:59 Football @ Eagles
37 minutes | a month ago
10 questions with RotoPat
Host Ian Hartitz welcomes Rotoworld/NBC Sports NFL writer Patrick Daugherty to discuss Week 16 and other football storylines. The guys start things off by wondering if Drew Brees and company can overcome their familiar January failures this time around. Pat gives credit to the job Brian Flores has done with this young Dolphins team, and Ian is excited to see how they build around Tua going into 2021. Both Pat and Ian agree Lamar Jackson deserves to be in the running for the fantasy QB2 in 2021, while Jalen Hurts is locked in as a top-five option at the position ahead of Week 16. Neither Pat nor Ian are truly trusting the Browns as 2020 contenders. The guys do take the time to pay their respects to the job Deshaun Watson has done without much of a suporting cast throughout the season. Additional topics include: favorite random fantasy-related storyline of the season, which 2020 rookie RB will have the highest 2021 ADP, can the Steelers turn this sinking season around, what to do about Tony Pollard in Week 16, and much more. 0:20 Intro 02:04 Is the Saints’ offense enough to make the Super Bowl? 05:46 How are the Dolphins as good as they are? 09:20 What QBs are ahead of Lamar Jackson for 2021? 13:40 Favorite random fantasy football storyline in 2020 16:11 Do you have any faith in the Browns? 19:30 After Mahomes, is Deshaun Watson the best QB? 23:21 Which rookie RB will have the highest ADP in 2021? 26:49 Can the Steelers bounce back? 30:38 How confident are you in Pollard & Hurts? 32:57 Can you trust the Bills’ playmakers vs NE?
87 minutes | a month ago
Week 16 game-by-game breakdown
Host Ian Hartitz is joined by PFF and Establish the Run analyst Dwain McFarland to break down every Week 16 matchup. Ian starts off by putting some respect on Adam Thielen's name for scoring 13 TDs already this season, while Dwain is excited to get back to treating Alvin Kamara as a high-end RB1 with Drew Brees back under center. It's Brandon Aiyuk's world; we're all just living in it. The guys agree that both Kyler Murray and Lamar Jackson are firmly back in the top-five QB conversation thanks to their absurd rushing upside. This logic also applies to Jalen Hurts. Ian gives D.J. Moore his due as one of the best young receivers in football before Dwain notes that J.D. McKissic looks an awful lot like an auto-start in Week 16. Additional topics include: if Baker Mayfield can stay hot, who to trust from this struggling Pittsburgh offense, just how good is Justin Herbert, the best is yet to come from Noah Fant, and much more. 0:20 Intro 01:26 Vikings @ Saints 04:53 Buccaneers @ Lions 09:20 49ers @ Cardinals 12:51 Dolphins @ Raiders 18:59 Giants @ Ravens 23:58 Falcons @ Chiefs 31:08 Panthers @ Football Team 38:34 Browns @ Jets 43:05 Bears @ Jaguars 49:09 Bengals @ Texans 53:24 Colts @ Steelers 58:01 Broncos @ Chargers 1:04:22 Eagles @ Cowboys 1:12:05 Rams @ Seahawks 1:15:41 Titans @ Packers 1:20:49 Bills @ Patriots
20 minutes | a month ago
Bengals-Steelers reactions and Week 16 waiver wire analysis
Host Ian Hartitz breaks down the Bengals' somewhat thrilling Monday night victory over the Steelers before giving his thoughts on some of the week's most popular waiver wire options. Ben Roethlisberger and this passing game reached a new low, but at least Diontae Johnson remembered to hold on to the ball this week. Credit to Benny Snell for emerging as the top RB in this James Conner-less backfield. Ryan Finley got the Bengals a victory, but make no mistake about it: Giovani Bernard is the only player on this offense that is even somewhat viable in fantasy ahead of Week 16. Ian wraps things up with waiver wire thoughts on the likes of Le'Veon Bell, Lynn Bowden, Rashard Higgins, Jeff Wilson, Salvon Ahmed and much more.
80 minutes | a month ago
Week 15 fantasy football takeaways and reactions
Host Ian Hartitz breaks down every Week 15 game from Sunday with a focus on usage, injuries and notes that you won't find in the box score. Tony Pollard had a huge day in Ezekiel Elliott's (calf) absence; don't expect the production to stop as long as Pollard continues to see a workhorse role. Tom Brady and this Buccaneers passing game finally got cooking against the Falcons, while Calvin Ridley's big day was just another example of the reality that he's truly an every-week fantasy WR1. Basically everyone on the Titans balled out, but the likes of D'Andre Swift and Marvin Jones also deserve credit for their solid performances. Jonathan Taylor breakout RB1 szn continues; just realize the Texans have now lost twice to the Colts despite Deshaun Watson having the team knocking on the door of the end zone during the game's final moments before someone else has coughed up the ball. Additional topics include: the rise of David Montgomery, if we can trust Russ and company next week against the Rams after another dreadful performance, what to make of Jalen Hurts' big day, Travis Kelce's historically ridiculous run over the past half decade, and much more.
28 minutes | a month ago
Chargers-Raiders reactions and Week 15 injuries to monitor
Host Ian Hartitz breaks down the Chargers' thrilling Thursday night victory over the Raiders and gives his analysis on Week 15's key injuries. Justin Herbert was balling pretty much all evening; hopefully the Chargers continue to run their passing game through the WRs as opposed to the RB. Each of Keenan Allen, Mike Williams and Austin Ekeler were reportedly set to be on pitch counts going into this game, and the latter player was ultimately the only one to play his usual role. Marcus Mariota relieved an injured Derek Carr (groin) in style; just don't expect him to suddenly turn into a top-10 QB. Credit to Darren Waller and Josh Jacobs for each turning in more than stellar performances. Ian finishes things off with a look at injuries around the league including: James Conner, Curtis Samuel, Alex Smith, Kyle Rudolph, Robert Woods and much more.
29 minutes | a month ago
10 questions with Peter Overzet
Host Ian Hartitz welcomes on fantasy football personality and all-around superstar Peter Overzet to discuss a wide range of topics related to Week 15 and beyond. Initial discussion leads to Ian wondering if Josh Jacobs turning heel against the fantasy community could actually be a good thing. Pete is absolutely bummed that he missed out on James RB1son back in the preseason, but not as pissed as Ian still is about Dez Bryant's covid debacle. The guys discuss Drew Lock's future potential as well as who might be a viable fantasy option from the Dolphins this week. Ian gives his pitch on why kickers are stupid before discussing Week 15 expectations for Jonathan Taylor and Cam Akers. Additional topics include best and worst preseason calls, which NFL player or coach's job would you most want to take, as well as Pete's fleet shoutouts to Antonio Gibson, Laviska Shenault, D.K. Metcalf and more. 0:20 Intro 01:35 Which player/coach would you want to be? 04:03 Reaction to Josh Jacobs trolling fantasy football players? 06:32 What was your most disappointing moment of the season? 08:42 Is Drew Lock a long-term QB option? 10:52 What should the NFL adopt from the XFL? 13:12 Should any Dolphins be on the fantasy radar? 15:04 Are kickers people too? 17:34 Which RB to fade in Week 15? 19:55 Best and worst preseason calls 23:06 Quick statements on beloved NFL players
75 minutes | a month ago
Week 15 game-by-game breakdown
Host Ian Hartitz and PFF analyst Andrew Erickson break down every Week 15 matchup. Justin Herbert hasn't quite been the same caliber QB with so much of the passing game flowing through Austin Ekeler, but don't be scared to fire up all Chargers against the Raiders' brutal defense. Aaron Rodgers and Aaron Jones are both set up for success this week against the Panthers, while we also shouldn't discount Mike Davis' chances of putting together another solid performance on the other sideline. Credit to Kyle Shanahan for continuing to craft an effective offense despite his unit's injuries; don't expect the Cowboys to have an answer for Brandon Aiyuk or the 49ers' rushing attack this week. Lamar Jackson and J.K. Dobbins are suddenly looking like elite end of the season fantasy assets with a juicy Week 15 matchup against the Jets on the horizon. Additional topics include: James RB1son, Tom Brady got his deep ball back, will Ryan Tannehill have enough volume to ball out this week, has anybody made more money in the NFL while doing less than Chase Daniel, expectations for Jalen Hurts moving forward, and much more. 0:20 Intro 01:14 Chargers @ Raiders 04:52 Bills @ Broncos 08:57 Panthers @ Packers 13:32 49ers @ Cowboys 17:44 Seahawks @ Football Team 22:25 Bears @ Vikings 28:52 Patriots @ Dolphins 33:45 Jaguars @ Ravens 37:08 Buccaneers @ Falcons 42:53 Lions @ Titans 47:02 Texans @ Colts 51:29 Eagles @ Cardinals 55:35 Jets @ Rams 58:17 Chiefs @ Saints 1:02:51 Browns @ Giants 1:08:15 Steelers @ Bengals
19 minutes | a month ago
Ravens-Browns reactions and Week 15 waiver wire analysis
Host Ian Hartitz breaks down the Ravens' epic Monday night victory over the Browns before giving his thoughts on some of the week's most popular waiver wire options. Lamar Jackson came up big when it mattered most, although this passing game remains a work in progress to put it kindly. Credit to Baker Mayfield for putting the Browns in position to win, as well as to Kareem Hunt and Nick Chubb for making the most out of their opportunities all game. Ian finishes things off with waiver wire thoughts on Jalen Hurts, DeAndre Washington, Tim Patrick, Keke Coutee, and more.
59 minutes | a month ago
Week 14 fantasy football takeaways and reactions
Host Ian Hartitz breaks down every Week 14 game from Sunday with a focus on usage, injuries and notes that you won't find in the box score. Tom Brady has largely fixed his deep ball, while Kirk Cousins simply didn't have enough time to get his talented receivers going this week. Derrick Henry and A.J. Brown were absolute monsters against the Jaguars to the surprise of no one. Kyler Murray's rushing usage got back on track; the opposite is true for Daniel Jones. Shout out to Drew Lock for his excellent 4-TD performance; Ian continues to think "AFC West Jameis" is one of the league's more-entertaining QBs for better and for worse. Andy Dalton and the Cowboys got themselves another W; just don't expect many more in 2020. Credit to Mitch Trubisky for his excellent day, and it's about time we put some respect on David Montgomery's name. Additional topics include: Tua's largely great performance, the Seahawks taking care of business, Jonathan Taylor's massive day, what to make of Jalen Hurt's first start, just how special is Davante Adams, and much more.
32 minutes | a month ago
Rams-Patriots takeaways and Week 14 injury notes
Host Ian Hartitz breaks down the Rams' Thursday night victory over the Patriots and goes over some of the key injuries to monitor ahead of Sunday. It was Cam Akers RB1 szn all Thursday night, although at some point the Rams are going to need Jared Goff to play better than he has in recent weeks. The good news is Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp's relatively underwhelming performances shouldn't be too big of an issue moving forward; each remains an upside WR2 thanks to their copious volume. Cam Newton and the Patriots' passing game bottomed out, while the run game didn't show much reason for optimism either. Ian finishes things off with injury notes on Kenyan Drake, Todd Gurley, Christian McCaffrey, Josh Jacobs, Irv Smith, Deebo Samuel and much more.
33 minutes | a month ago
10 questions with ESPN's Mike Clay
Host Ian Hartitz is joined by ESPN NFL analyst Mike Clay. The guys start off by wondering if Jalen Ramsey should be considered the single-best CB that an expansion team would want to build around. Mike is confident that DeAndre Hopkins can overcome James Bradberry's shadow coverage, while the guys agree that this Jets matchup should get Russ and company cooking again. Don't expect Baker Mayfield's hot streak to continue against the Ravens. Michael Thomas has his hands full with Darius Slay this week, but never sit your studs people. Additional topics include: expectations for the Bills' passing game against the Steelers, can we trust D.J. Chark this week, are the Vikings actually set up well againts he Buccaneers, Deebo Samuel vs. Brandon Aiyuk, and much more. 0:20 Intro 01:16 Which CB would you pick for the next 10 years? 03:26 Can James Bradberry slow down DeAndre Hopkins? 06:54 How high to rank Seahawks passing unit vs Jets? 10:13 Will Darius Slay shut down Michael Thomas? 13:22 Will the Browns resort to running vs the Ravens? 17:44 Can you trust the Bills skill players vs the Steelers? 20:29 Should you be confident in Mike Glennon? 22:14 Can the Vikings passing game dominate the Buccaneers? 25:18 Is T.Y. Hilton worthy of a start? 28:03 Better WR in 2021: Deebo Samuel or Brandon Aiyuk?
92 minutes | a month ago
Week 14 game-by-game breakdown
Host Ian Hartitz is joined by PFF analyst Dwain McFarland to break down every Week 14 matchup. Cam Akers RB1 szn might be on the horizon; just be sure to monitor his shoulder injury. Ian talks about just how great Justin Jefferson has been as a rookie, while Dwain is confident in Tom Brady and company coming out of a bye. The guys agree that Myles Gaskin should be a force during the fantasy playoffs, but questions persist regarding whether or not Kyler Murray can turn it around. Ian nearly cries on air upon being notified that Dez tested positive for covid. Additional topics include: what to make of this Colts backfield, if Chris Carson can be considered a top-12 RB against the Jets, what to make of Justin Herbert's bounce-back potential, when Raheem Mostert will get going, expectations for Taysom Hill as well as Jalen Hurts, and much, much more. 0:20 Intro 01:17 Patriots @ Rams 07:37 Titans @ Jaguars 11:16 Vikings @ Buccaneers 15:52 Chiefs @ Dolphins 20:48 Broncos @ Panthers 25:29 Texans @ Bears 31:05 Cardinals @ Giants 38:14 Cowboys @ Bengals 41:10 Colts @ Raiders 48:20 Jets @ Seahawks 53:53 Packers @ Lions 58:33 Falcons @ Chargers 1:04:43 Football Team @ 49ers 1:10:24 Saints @ Eagles 1:17:00 Steelers @ Bills 1:22:49 Ravens @ Browns
37 minutes | a month ago
Football Team-Steelers, Bills-49ers takeaways and Week 14 waiver wire thoughts
Host Ian Hartitz breaks down the two games from Monday and gives his thoughts on some of the week's top waiver wire targets. Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers' perfect season is gone, and there's reaosn for concern with the current state of this passing game. Credit to Alex Smith and company for pulling off the upset, but unfortunately it looks like the Football Team could be without Antonio Gibson (toe) moving forward. It's Josh Allen's world; we're all just living in it. Of course, the likes of Stefon Diggs and Cole Beasley are also pretty damn good at their jobs. The same can't quite be said for Nick Mullens, although the 49ers' backup QB did put forth a valiant effort in defeat. Ian concludes things with some waiver wire thoughts on the likes of Jalen Hurts, Ty Johnson, Cam Akers, Tim Patrick, Cole Kmet and much more.
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