From fantasy implications to NFL draft analysis to major events, the Rotoworld Football staff has the NFL landscape covered. Listen as Josh Norris, Evan Silva, Roto Pat, Rich Hribar and Ray Summerlin give their analysis and opinions on everything happening in the NFL.
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Denny Carter (@CDCarter13) preview the NFC East with the help of NBC Sports Philadelphia's Dave Zangaro (@DZangaroNBCS) and The New York Daily News' Pat Leonard (@PLeonardNYDN). Dave breaks down the post-A.J. Brown landscape and forecasts the Eagles' backfield. Leonard examines the Giants' new offense and parses a confusing receiver corps. Pat and Denny then examine the Commanders and Cowboys, questioning if Terry McLaurin is a safe top-30 pick and whether Ezekiel Elliott can be counted on after his injury-ruined 2021.(1:39) Will Jalen Hurts taking the next step?(9:26) Other fantasy options for the Eagles(26:48) Terry McLaurin's fantasy value(35:04) A look at the Commanders' offense(42:08) Danny Dimes' season outlook(51:59) Saquon Barkley and the Giants' backfield(1:08:25) Cowboys' pass catchers
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Pat Kerrane (@PatKerrane) preview the AFC East with the help of NBC Sports Boston's Tom Curran (@tomcurran) and The Athletic's Joe Buscaglia (@JoeBuscaglia). Tom breaks down the Patriots' post-Josh McDaniels offense and theorizes who might emerge atop the receiver depth chart. Joe examines the Bills' evolving backfield and how receiver snaps will shake out behind Stefon Diggs. The Pats then examine the Jets and Dolphins, questioning if Elijah Moore is a safe top-30 pick and whether Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle can both provide top-18 returns. (6:29) Patriots' camp and receiving core(20:58) Patriots' backfield(26:21) Will Gabriel Davis take another leap?(37:37) Bills' running back rotation(55:17) Jets' WR core(1:05:43) Zach Wilson is trying to grow as a QB(1:15:42) Tyreek Hill or Jaylen Waddle?
Pat Kerrane, Kyle Dvorchak and Matt Stroup discuss recent news on Javonte Williams, Diontae Johnson, Elijah Moore, and Jerry Jeudy — and how we should adjust our fantasy rankings as a result of it. Also on this episode: potential bad news for the fantasy outlook of David Montgomery in Chicago, and a rookie receiver has the attention of Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay.(04:40) Javonte Williams the RB1 in Denver?(11:10) Dionate Johnson worth drafting w/ the QB situation in Pittsburgh?(16:15) Robert Woods conversation (Titans)(21:01) Is Chicago's David Montgomery worth drafting?(25:30) Elijah Moore status with the Jets(35:03) Rams two-headed RB approach
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Denny Carter (@CDCarter13) take a spin through the latest NFL news, including the situations in Miami and Cleveland and the receiver injuries in Dallas, Denver and Los Angeles. They then examine Denny's recent article on wide receiver targets you can find later in drafts if you go running back early. Finally, Lawrence Jackson joins to discuss players the three are hoping for more information on between now and Week 1, including Javonte Williams and Trey Lance.(4:08) NFL News with the Miami Dolphins and the Cleveland Browns (10:36) Training Camp injuries and wide receiver updates(25:21) Assessing the backfield in Denver(36:31) Who will have the most carries in Boston?(42:55) Seattle's running back room
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Pat Kerrane (@PatKerrane) preview the AFC West with the help of NFL Network's James Palmer (@JamesPalmerTV), The Athletic's Daniel Popper (@danielrpopper) and The Athletic's Tashan Reed (@tashanreed). James breaks down the Broncos' receiving and backfield situations before weighing in on the Chiefs' skill corps. Daniel examines how the Chargers' No. 2 running back and No. 3 pass catcher competitions might play out. Tashan evaluates Derek Carr and Davante Adams' early chemistry before weighing in on the receiver corps and backfield. Daugherty finishes the only way he knows how: With an Imo's question for fellow St. Louisian Reed.(3:14) Russell Wilson's expectations in Denver (7:03) Offensive weapons for the Broncos(18:01) The Chiefs' new approach on offense(27:25) What is the mood at Chargers' camp?(38:50) Chargers' backfield rotation(46:40) Davante Adams' chemistry with Derek Carr(55:05) Raiders' running game
Pat Kerrane (@PatKerrane) is joined by Denny Carter (@CDCarter13), Kyle Dvorchak (@kyletweetshere), and Lawrence Jackson (@LordDontLose) to discuss nine early training camp narratives. Kyle offers an optimistic outlook for Julio Jones in Tampa Bay. Lawrence explains why Ezekiel Elliot is a bargain in the fourth round. Denny tears apart Allen Lazard while recommending him in drafts. The crew also discusses the Rams' love for Allen Robinson, the Seahawks backfield, the Wan'Dale Robinson drumbeat, Taysom Hill's chances of having an impact, and Leonard Fournette's game readiness.(03:21) What is Julio Jones' fantasy value in Tampa Bay?(10:01) Isaiah McKenzie's status in Buffalo?(22:07) Allen Robinson (Rams) in for a bounce back season?(33:10) Wan'Dale Robinson (Giants) buzz(40:20) Christian Watson (Packers) discussion(50:30) Tayson Hill conversation (Saints)
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Denny Carter (@CDCarter13) check in on the recent Kyler Murray and Mac Jones news before diving into the most unsettled backfields as the league begins training camp. They break down 11 units, including more established groups in Kansas City and Washington and higher-upside options like Baltimore, Seattle, and Jacksonville. They even debate the likes of Houston and Atlanta.(2:17) Kyler Murray's curious contract(10:49) Mac Jones makes the news(16:26) Bills have a battle for their third down running back(22:31) Multiple options in the Chiefs backfield(45:10) Atlanta options for versatility at running back(56:27) Washington Commanders' backfield
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Pat Kerrane (@PatKerrane) preview the AFC West with the help of NBC Sports Bay Area's Matt Maiocco (@MaioccoNBCS) and The Athletic's Michael-Shawn Dugar (@MikeDugar). Matt breaks down the Niners' quarterback and Deebo Samuel situations while Michael-Shawn evaluates the Seahawks' post-Russell Wilson offense. Pat and Pat then tackle the Rams and Cardinals, debating how high Cam Akers could climb in summer drafts and whether there is another gear to Kyler Murray's game.(1:57) The Trey Lance era(10:22) Deebo Samuel's role with the 49ers offense(25:27) QB battle in Seattle(32:01) Seattle fantasy value for their pass catchers/running backs(46:52) Cam Akers' fantasy value for next season(56:07) Rams' offense (1:04:15) Kyler Murray and the Cardinals' offensive approach
Pat Daugherty, Pat Kerrane, Kyle Dvorchak and Matt Stroup draft three Best Ball teams simultaneously, featuring plenty of strategy talk and analysis on players including Cam Akers, Courtland Sutton, Jerry Jeudy, Russell Gage, Michael Thomas and more.(01:30) Draft begins(22:01) When does it make sense to draft a 2nd QB(48:45) Draft recap
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Denny Carter (@CDCarter13) debate Pat's recent general manager rankings, discussing John Schneider and Howie Roseman, amongst others. They then welcome in Lawrence Jackson (@LordDontLose) to examine players whose ADPs have been fluctuating this summer, focusing on J.K. Dobbins and Leonard Fournette.(10:17) John Schneider's future with the Seahawks(14:53) Overview of the Titans' front office(20:00) Howie Roseman is rebuilding the Eagles(29:15) Players with fluctuating ADPs this summer(42:53) Leonard Fournette(48:53) Amari Cooper
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Denny Carter (@CDCarter) preview the AFC North with the help of the Cleveland Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) and WNST Baltimore's Luke Jones (@BaltimoreLuke). Mary Kay breaks down the Deshaun Watson situation while Luke evaluates the Ravens' post-Marquise Brown receiver corps. They also discuss David Njoku and J.K. Dobbins. Pat and Denny then tackle the Steelers and Bengals, debating who might be under center in Pittsburgh and whether there is a third pass catcher worth drafting in Cincinnati.(1:35) Deshaun Watson's status in Cleveland(12:28) David Njoku, Harrison Bryant, and other pass catchers(15:01) Browns' running game(25:00) Ravens running game and third down backs(28:12) Lamar Jackson and the Ravens receiving core(41:05) Other potential weapons for the Ravens(48:56) Steelers QB debate and pass catchers(59:50) Joe Burrow and the Bengals' offense
Matt Stroup, Kyle Dvorchak, Lawrence Jackson and Pat Kerrane discuss Kyle's wide receiver tiers, including the outlook for Stefon Diggs, Tee Higgins, AJ Brown, Jerry Jeudy, and Amon-Ra St. Brown. Also on this episode: Who will have the better rookie year in terms of fantasy between Skyy Moore and Drake London, and what's the best-case scenario for Elijah Moore in year two?(09:00) Top WR tier(12:14) WR 2nd tier(29:10) WR 3rd Tier(35:20) WR 4th tier(40:30) WR 5th tier
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Denny Carter (@CDCarter13) have a midsummer football chat, spending a little too much time discussing Russell Wilson's fit in Denver. They also examine backfields that could produce some under-the-radar pass-catching options, including the Eagles and Falcons. They then welcome in the Fantasy Football Expo's Bob Lung (@bob_lung) to discuss next month's extravaganza in Canton, Ohio, as well as the King's Classic re-draft leagues. (05:45) How Russell Wilson will fit in at Denver(22:10) Top pass catching RBs(31:55) Bob Lung joins the show
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Pat Kerrane (@PatKerrane) preview the NFC North with the help of MLive.com's Ben Raven (@BenjaminSRaven). Ben breaks down when Jameson Williams might make his NFL debut and how targets might shake out in the Lions' revamped receiver corps. The Pats then tackle the Vikings, Packers and Bears, with Kerrane evaluating potential changes under new Vikings coach Kevin O'Connell and Green Bay's wideouts. Together, they try to find topics of interest on the Bears. (7:20) – Outlook for Amon-Ra St. Brown and Jameson Williams this season(18:08) – D'Andre Swift's workload in his sophomore season(32:39) – Could Justin Jefferson break the single-season receiving yards mark?(38:21) – Dalvin Cook as a 1st Round Pick and Minnesota's depth chart behind him(45:52) – Analyzing viable Packers WR options(53:32) – Aaron Jones vs A.J. Dillon in Green Bay's backfield(58:36) – Could Justin Field be a QB1 this season?
Matt Stroup, Lawrence Jackson, Kyle Dvorchak and Pat Kerrane discuss the fantasy fallout of Baker Mayfield's move to Carolina, as well as six players we're targeting in every draft this month, including Kyle Pitts, Aaron Jones and Trey Lance. Also on this episode: the latest on Ronald Jones's upside in Kansas City.(02:33) Baker Mayfield now a Panther(11:15) Ronald Jones update(16:40) Kyle Pitts 2022 value(28:10) Trey Lance discussion(41:20) Derek Carr conversation(54:07) Looking at Rachad White
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Denny Carter (@CDCarter13) preview the NFC South with the help of The Athletic's Greg Auman (@gregauman), Panthers.com's Darin Gantt (@daringantt) and the Saints News Network's John Hendrix (@JohnJHendrix). Auman breaks down Leonard Fournette vs. Rachaad White, Gantt discusses Terrace Marshall and Robbie Anderson's attempts to bounce back from disappointing 2021s, and Hendrix forecasts the usage in the Saints' receiver corps. Pat and Denny end the show with some pressing Falcons questions. (04:30) Chris Godwin injury update(12:20) Will Rob Gronkowski return?(19:54) Christian McCaffrey's 2022 expectations?(35:20) Under the radar Panthers fantasy candidate?(39:01) Will Michael Thomas be ready for the Saints by Week 1?(52:02) Jarvis Landry now with New Orleans(61:15) Falcons needs for this year(68:40) Cordarrelle Patterson outlook
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat), Denny Carter (@CDCarter13), Pat Kerrane (@PatKerrane) and Kyle Dvorchak (@KyleTweetsHere) talk about the players they have been hesitant to draft this summer, including A.J. Brown and Antonio Gibson. They also debate Allen Lazard's likely workload, Hunter Renfrow's potential targets, and the future of the Packers' backfield.(06:36) A.J. Brown- why not to draft him(26:44) Joe Mixon situation(46:10) Hunter Renfrow's potential targets(56:40) Antonio Gibson thoughts
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat), Lawrence Jackson (@LordDontLose) and Kyle Dvorchak (@kyletweetshere) take a spin through the latest NFL news, including word of a looming Alvin Kamara suspension and Kenny Pickett's depth chart placement in Pittsburgh. They then examine a trio of underrated rosters in the Patriots, Dolphins and Lions before evaluating the thin skill corps in Green Bay, Baltimore and Kansas City.(3:10) Alvin Kamara suspension on the horizon?(11:45) Rookie QBs on the depth chart: Kenny Pickett & Malik Willis (22:05) Lions' underrated roster(31:59) Assessing the Patriots' roster(43:02) The Dolphins' core heading into the season(48:11) Thin skill corps
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Pat Kerrane (@PatKerrane) preview the AFC South with the help of Titans beat writer Buck Reising (@BuckReising) and Jaguars beat writer John Shipley (@_John_Shipley). Reising breaks down Treylon Burks vs. Robert Woods while Shipley speculates on the Jags' 2022 backfield touch delineation. The Pats also debate hot-button Colts and Texans issues like Parris Campbell's usage and Houston's running back pecking order. (6:35) – Analyzing Treylon Burks' role in the offense(16:15) – Derrick Henry's workload in 2022(24:07) – What is the plan for Malik Willis?(32:40) – Breaking down Travis Etienne vs James Robinson (40:30) – Christian Kirk's reps out of the slow(54:27) – Should we be buying reports of Nyheim Hines' expanded role this season?(59:40) – Examining Paris Campbell and rookie Alec Pierce entering the season(1:07:00) – Is Brandin Cooks being over-drafted or under-drafted?(1:12:55) – Expectations for rookie RB Dameon Pierce
Pat Kerrane and Kyle Dvorchak go through a best ball live draft as Matt Stroup moderates, with players including Kyle Pitts, Mike Evans, Austin Ekeler, Alvin Kamara, and a bunch of Chiefs pass-catchers (including Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Skyy Moore) at the center of the conversation. (01:10) Best Ball Draft
Matt Stroup, Lawrence Jackson, and Denny Carter discuss some recent NFL headlines and their fantasy impact, including Gabriel Davis's relatively high ADP, the latest on Treylon Burks' position on the Titans depth chart, plus potential sleeper/streaming TEs in Los Angeles and Cincinnati. Also on this episode: What are our expectations for the Jacksonville backfield split between James Robinson and Travis Etienne?(5:25) Gabriel Davis ascending to the Bills #2 receiver? (12:13) Where does Treylon Burks stand on the depth chart?(17:59) A potential three-down role for James Robinson (23:58) Sleeper Tight Ends (32:39) Texans' backfield
Pat Daugherty, Pat Kerrane, Kyle Dvorchak and Matt Stroup discuss the fantasy outlooks for most of the relevant options on the Cardinals, Bills, Falcons, and Ravens, including Kyler Murray, Stefon Diggs, Kyle Pitts, and JK Dobbins. Also on this episode: How will the Bills distribute touches in their backfield, how real is the Gabriel Davis breakout, and can Mark Andrews come close to his monster 2021 in 2022?(05:43) Kyler Murray and Arizona 2022 Fantasy outlook(21:55) Looking at the Falcons in Fantasy for this year(38:30) What to expect for Lamar Jackson and Baltimore this season(55:02) Buffalo primary pass catchers
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Denny Carter (@CDCarter13) take a spin through the latest NFL news, including the recent developments in the Chiefs and Raiders' backfields. They also take a look at the continued reports that Tony Pollard and Saquon Barkley could have bigger pass-catching roles in 2022. Lawrence Jackson (@LordDonteLose) then drops by for a series of 2022 debates, including Davante Adams vs. Tyreek Hill and Michael Thomas vs. Allen Robinson.(8:45) The Raiders and Josh Jacobs' usage(13:24) Chiefs' backfield getting crowded?(19:20) Tony Pollard a true receiving threat?(24:53) Saquon Barkley will be an "offensive weapon"(31:08) Davante Adams vs. Tyreek Hill(36:13) Michael Thomas vs. Allen Robinson
Denny Carter, Lawrence Jackson, Pat Kerrane and Matt Stroup discuss the latest headlines on DK Metcalf, Cooper Kupp and Najee Harris, plus a breakdown of nine of the most overrated and overdrafted fantasy options as of early June. Among the players we debate: Terry McLaurin, Elijah Moore and Antonio Gibson.(04:16) Cooper Kupp extension with the Rams(09:56) Less usage for Najee Harris?(14:43) Looking st Seattle's offensive situation (19:01) Handicapping the Patriots backfield(26:23) Discussing Diontae Johnson of Pittsburgh(31:30) Why Mike Evans is overdrafted(36:40) Jerry Jeudy talk(46:02) Rashod Bateman's status(52:08) Terry McLaurin situaton
Matt Stroup (@MattStroup), Kyle Dvorchak (@KyleTweetsHere), and Denny Carter (@CDCarter13) discuss some recent offseason news on Deebo Samuel, Kenneth Walker, DeAndre Hopkins and others. Also on this episode: three late-round RBs to put on your radar, including rookies in Atlanta and San Francisco. (4:45) Deebo Samuel will report to minicamp(13:07) Running Back "Dead Zone"(16:07) Dalton Schultz seeks a new deal in Dallas(22:14) Rookie WR news(28:50) Kenneth Walker's potential impact(46:09) Three-late round RBs to lookout for
Pat Daugherty live drafts a Best Ball team (on Underdog) while Pat Kerrane, Kyle Dvorchak and Matt Stroup analyze, advise and criticize throughout. We break down a number of different Best Ball strategies through the eyes of a guy who doesn't do a lot of Best Ball drafts (Pat D.), and through the eyes of two people who do a lot of them (Kerrane and Kyle) as Pat D. takes Jonathan Taylor with the first overall pick to kick things off.(07:30) Draft begins
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Denny Carter (@CDCarter13) check in on the latest NFL news, including the recent rumblings out of the Seahawks and Steelers' receiver corps. They also debate Brandin Cooks' ADP and ponder whether Mike Williams was unlucky in 2021. They then welcome in Lawrence Jackson (@LordDontLose) to talk about some of this spring's hottest-button players, including J.K. Dobbins, Travis Etienne, David Njoku and JuJu Smith-Schuster. (7:22) Seahawks receiving core hierarchy & impact(12:18) Chiefs' offense(16:04) A new era in the Steelers' receiver corps(20:58) Brandin Cooks(25:52) Vikings' new-look offense(35:58) Outlook on JK Dobbins, David Njoku, Juju Smith-Schuster, & Travis Etienne
Matt Stroup, Pat Kerrane, Lawrence Jackson and Kyle Dvorchak discuss the latest news on CeeDee Lamb and Michael Thomas, plus some intriguing late-May ADPs that stand out — including Saquon Barkley and Rashod Bateman. Also on this episode: Frank Reich is telling us to draft Nyheim Hines, but should we? And, will the Titans add WR competition for first-round rookie Treylon Burks?(03:18) Michael Thomas update(06:11) Cee Dee Lamb outlook(12:10) Nyheim Hines Fantasy value?(18:04) Curtis Samuel, can we be optimisitic?(26:30) Surprising ADPs
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Denny Carter (@CDCarter13) dive into some late-spring NFL news, including Allen Robinson's 2022 potential and how the Jaguars might feature Travis Etienne after his lost rookie year. They also examine the changing nature of the Browns and Patriots' offenses before debating if Sammy Watkins is a player you should care about in 2022. Finally, Denny goes through the highlights of Zach Krueger's (@ZK_FFB) recent article on running quarterbacks and their effect on their backfields.
Pat Daugherty, Pat Kerrane, Kyle Dvorchak and Matt Stroup highlight eight players they are targeting in every fantasy draft this month, including Treylon Burks, Amon-Ra St. Brown, Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Gabriel Davis. Also on this episode: our expectations (and the potential downside) for Drake London in Atlanta, and the outlook for Amari Cooper and David Njoku in Cleveland.(05:11) Roster Amari Cooper this year?(12:02) Travis Etienne conversation(17:10) David Njoku thoughts(25:18) Gabriel Davis segment(31:50) A look at Amon-Ra St. Brown(39:43) Treylon Burks, WR for the Titans(43:57) Clyde Edwards-Helaire (Friend of the Show)... can he turn it around?(50:10) Drake London, what to expect?
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Denny Carter (@CDCarter13) begin the show by checking in on the Saints, debating their quarterback plan and where Jarvis Landry and Chris Olave fit into the offense. They then dive into Pat's recent rankings article from a rookie receiver perspective before checking out Denny's work on potential 2022 offensive tempo changes. Pat, Denny and Lawrence Jackson (@LordDontLose) evaluate the Dolphins, Bengals and Ravens' likely approaches. They end with Lawrence breaking down Drake London and Treylon Burks' 2022 outlook and discussing veterans who might further fade. (8:18) Saints Offense: Landry Addition and More(18:19) Rookie Wide Receiver Rankings(36:27) Dolphins offensive outlook(44:01) Bengals explosive attack(49:34) Ravens going back to the ground and pound?(54:41) Drake London's impact in Atlanta(57:34) Treylon Burks(1:01:02) Veteran fades for receivers
Sara Perlman (@saraperlman), Drew Dinsick (@whale_capper), Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Pat Kerrane (@PatKerrane) come at the NFL schedule release from every angle, beginning with their favorite win total overs and unders. They examine the most likely division and conference champions, and debate the Bengals and Titans' odds to repeat as division winners. They then welcome in PointsBet's head trader Jay Croucher (@croucherJD) to discuss where the early post-schedule action has been, and where people might find value.(6:38) Betting The Over: NFC(17:44) Betting The Under: NFC(28:01) Betting the Over: AFC(38:39) Betting the Under: AFC(47:00) NFC Division Winners(52:21) AFC Divison Winners(57:16) Super Bowl Predictions(1:01:00) Action from Post-Schedule release
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Denny Carter (@CDCarter13) take a spin through the NFL's latest news, including the recent backfield developments in Miami and Baltimore. They also examine the Chiefs' post-Tyreek Hill receiver corps and how the Giants' new look offense might perform. Lawrence Jackson (@LordDontLose) then joins the proceedings to analyze three veterans who could enjoy bounce-back campaigns in 2022 and two rookie running backs who could make an immediate impact. (6:04) NY Giants offensive outlook(13:33) Kansas City Chiefs WR core(19:17) Ravens running backs: Returning from injury(25:27) Dolphins' backfield (31:35) Bounce back veteran candidates(46:57) Rookie running backs that may contribute
Pat Kerrane (@PatKerrane) is joined by Evan Silva (@evansilva) of Establish The Run, Graham Barfield (@GrahamBarfield) of Fantasy Points, and Kyle Dvorchak (@kyletweetshere) for a first round rookie mock draft. The guys discuss Breece Hall vs the top wide receivers and Kenneth Walker vs the second tier of wide receivers (hyping Skyy Moore in the process). They also cover a variety of wide receivers and running backs in the late first-early second round mix, including James Cook, George Pickens, Jahan Dotson, and Rachaad White.(02:34) Discussion of the top Fantasy rookies(09:52) Mock Draft begins(22:17) Chris Olave conversation(32:28) Jahan Dotson discussion(46:38) What to do with Matt Corral?(53:30) Late round RB segment
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Denny Carter (@CDCarter13) come at the DeAndre Hopkins suspension from every angle, debating whether this is the end of Hopkins as fantasy managers know it and who might step into his void in Arizona. They also touch on the Panthers' quarterback situation and try to figure out where Baker Mayfield might end up. They close by examining the post-draft zero-RB landscape, identifying some rookie targets and pondering what might happen in the newly-complicated backfields of Buffalo, Seattle and New England.(6:22) DeAndre Hopkins suspension(13:46) Marquise Brown's impact in Arizona(21:33) Back-up quarterback carousel (30:23) The post-draft zero-RB landscape(43:22) Assessing the Patriots and the Seahawks backfields
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat), Denny Carter (@CDCarter13), Patrick Kerrane (@PatKerrane) and Kyle Dvorchak (@kyletweetshere) come at the 2022 draft class from every angle, beginning with who should be the No. 1 overall pick in rookie leagues. Breece Hall's name is mentioned more than once. They then dive into veteran winners and losers, including Chicago's Justin Fields and Washington's Antonio Gibson. They examine which rookies have the highest long-term ceilings and who might make the biggest initial impact in 2022. They also debate who might be overhyped and who might go overlooked, including Washington's Jahan Dotson and New York's Wan'Dale Robinson.(9:09) Who is the No. 1 overall pick in rookie leagues?(19:42) Veteran players that are draft winners(37:27) Veterans taking a fantasy hit after the draft(46:11) "Overhyped" rookies(53:51) Rookies that will hit the ground running(59:36) Any Quarterback excitement?
Pat Daugherty, Warren Sharp and Matt Stroup are joined by Lawrence Jackson, Thor Nystrom, Pat Kerrane and Vaughn Dalzell to break down the first round of the NFL Draft, the blockbuster trade sending A.J. Brown to the Eagles, and all the fantasy and betting fallout from a wild evening. Also on this episode: Green Bay doesn't land a wide receiver for Aaron Rodgers, the Falcons start the wide receiver run… with Drake London?!… and Kenny Pickett is the only quarterback drafted, with Malik Willis among the top names on the board heading into Day 2.(04:06) Busy night for the Jets(12:15) Fantasy situation for the WRs taken(16:48) Derek Stingley, Jr. goes #3(25:32) Packers don't draft a WR(33:03) A.J. Brown traded to Philly(47:04) Biggest Fantasy loser so far?(55:30) Looking ahead to Day 2(60:15) What resonate most from Round 1?
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Denny Carter (@CDCarter13) preview Thursday's draft by discussing their most recent quarterback thoughts and highlighting their favorite receiver prospects. They also debate if there are any running back prospects who are not context dependent in a supposedly thin group. They then take a spin through some of the week's news, including the Kadarius Toney and Darren Waller trade chatter. Finally, they highlight Denny's recent article examining whether running back targets are a quarterback stat, with a focus on Las Vegas' Derek Carr and Indy's Matt Ryan.(5:54) Jaguars Conundrum at Pick #1(9:33) Malik Willis and the QB carousel(26:00) Favorite receiver prospects(35:32) Running back prospects(39:47) Kadarious Toney, Chris Carson, and Darren Waller news(48:29) Listener questions and a breakdown of Denny's article
Matt Stroup (@MattStroup), Kyle Dvorchak (@KyleTweetsHere), Thor Nystrom (@Thorku) and Jay Croucher (@CroucherJD) (the Head of Trading for PointsBet) discuss the potential draft positions for Malik Willis and a still-rising Travon Walker, plus some takeaways from Thor's latest mock draft.(2:11) Draft odds for top prospects(10:12) Will Kyle Hamilton go in the Top 10?(12:35) Lions pick at number two overall(15:01) Where does Malik Willis go?(17:23) Which wide receiver will be drafted first?(20:00) Running Backs in the second round(24:35) Derek Stingley Jr. surging up the board?(27:40) Green Bay's draft strategy(33:42) Matt Corral and Desmond Ridder
Pat Kerrane (@PatKerrane) compares his Top 5 Dynasty Rankings for this years rookie class with Chris Simms (@CSimmsQB), including why they have a different QB as their top prospect in the class and what the future could hold for Kenny Pickett in the NFL. Pat and Chris also discuss Jameson Williams ceiling, why Alec Pierce and Christian Watson are intriguing at the next level, and debate the impact Kenneth Walker III could have is a pro.(0:50) - Willis vs Corral as the Top QB in the Class(6:58) - Pat and Chris' Top 5 Wide Receivers(16:55) - Breece Hall and Kenneth Walker as the Top 2 RBs
Pat Kerrane is joined by Curtis Patrick (@CPatrickNFL) and Shawn Siegele (@FF_Contrarian) from RotoViz to discuss rookie sleepers who could emerge from late Day 2 or Day 3 of the NFL draft. Shawn and Curtis break the news to Pat that Rachaad White (his RB3) probably won't be drafted. Pat quickly recovers upon hearing Curtis' ceiling case for Dameon Pierce, and Shawn's argument for Pierre Strong as 2022's RB3. The guys also discuss Justyn Ross' huge ceiling if he returns to full health. They close with a discussion of Jalen Tolbert, with Michael Gallup and other exciting names showing up as potential comps.(02:11) RB sleepers(46:02) WR sleepers(62:39) Justyn Ross conversation
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Denny Carter (@CDCarter13) break down the week's biggest news, including the Chiefs' post-Tyreek Hill offense and A.J. Brown and Deebo Samuel's contract demands. They then welcome in PointsBet's head trader Jay Croucher (@croucherJD) to talk the NFL draft betting market, including the chaotic state of the first five picks. Jay also breaks down the quarterback and receiver outlooks, offering his opinion on who might be the first off the board at wideout and under center.(7:35) Changes with the Chiefs' offense(16:13) Trade Talk: A.J. Brown and Deebo Samuel (20:00) Is Trey Lance going to start for the 49ers?(27:19) Favorite for the #1 Overall Pick(30:21) Favorite for the #2 Overall Pick(32:11) Rounding out the Top 5(33:13) Draft takes on the top Quarterbacks(41:55) Players trending up in the Draft
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat), Kyle Dvorchak (@kyletweetshere) and Eric Froton (@CFFroton) break down the latest NFL draft news, including the most recent odds on the top three picks. They also examine the teams with the most to gain or lose in the 1-10, 11-20 and 21-32 regions of the draft. They debate Matt Corral's Day 1 odds and ponder if the Pack will finally select a wideout. (11:35) Are the Jets setup nicely in this Draft?(30:42) Fits for the Packers at WR(37:45) Froton's look at top 3 picks in the draft(47:09) Options for the Falcons at #8(52:14) Where is Matt Corral going?
Pat Kerrane (@PatKerrane) is joined by (@dpbrugler) of the Athletic and author of The Beast draft guide to discuss some of 2022's most interesting prospect evaluations. Dane breaks down the quarterback class, which lacks consensus both within the draft community and inside the league. He also discusses his recent seven round mock draft that projected the Steelers to select Desmond Ridder at 20. Kenneth Walker fans will be pleased to hear that Dane believes the team that selects him will view him as more than a runner. Rachaad White fans may need to sit down. Dane then gives his thoughts on Treylon Burks' long-term potential and scheme fit, as well as ideal landing spots. Pat (obviously) asks about Skyy Morore, but also leaves time to discuss George Pickens, Christian Watson, and more.(00:44) 2022 NFL Draft QB Class(06:42) Look at the top RBs(17:30) WR discussion(31:03) George Pickens thoughts
Kyle Dvorchak, Denny Carter and Matt Stroup highlight nine players we are targeting in every fantasy draft right now, including Javonte Williams, Allen Robinson, and a rookie RB who doesn't yet have an NFL team: Breece Hall. Also on this episode: the case for Justin Jefferson as a first-rounder, and the potential concerns for 2021 standouts Cordarrelle Patterson and Amon-Ra St. Brown.(03:06) Top players to target(16:34) Justin Jefferson conversation(28:07) A look at Michael Pittman
Kyle Dvorchak, Tyler Forness and Matt Stroup go through the first round of the NFL Draft, finding landing spots for intriguing fantasy prospects including Malik Willis, Garrett Wilson, Chris Olave, Jameson Williams and Treylon Burks. Also on this episode: the Panthers and Steelers land new quarterbacks, and the Chiefs find a high-upside receiver for Patrick Mahomes.(03:07) Thoughts on the first pick(08:33) Kenny Pickett opinions(32:02) Will Pittsburgh draft a QB?(52:07) Parting thoughts after picking the 1st round
Pat Kerrane (@PatKerrane) is joined by JJ Zachariason (@LateRoundQB) of Late-Round Fantasy Football, and Davis Mattek (@DavisMattek) of SportsGrid to discuss the 2022 rookie running back class. The crew discusses Breece Hall's status as the consensus top running back in the class and the gap between him and Kenneth Walker. They also dig into the tier break from Walker to the other potential Day 2 running backs, like Isaiah Spiller, James Cook, Zamir White, and Rachaad White. The guys close out by diving into Day 3 sleepers, including Tyler Badie, Kevin Harris and Tyler Allgeier.(1:36) Breece Hall(10:11) Kenneth Walker(20:49) Running Backs in the second tier (36:08) Zamir White and James Cook(40:25) Dameon Pierce(44:54) Brian Robinson (49:57) Tyler Allgeier(56:02) Jerome Ford(57:25) Sleeper running backs to watch for
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Denny Carter (@CDCarter13) take a spin through a slow news week, breaking down the latest Malik Willis rumors before evaluating the Eagles and Saints' draft picks trade. They also check in on DeVante Parker in New England. They then dive into Pat's coach rankings article, talking the trouble spots and toughest decisions. The duo wrap up the episode by highlighting Denny's 2021 tight end seasons in review article.(8:09) Malik Willis takes a few visits(12:04) Eagles and Saints trade analysis(17:02) DeVante Parker trade breakdown(23:51) Pat's coach rankings(56:29) Denny's tight ends review for the 2021 season
Matt Stroup, Crissy Froyd and Kyle Dvorchak look at the NFL Draft needs for the Panthers, Packers, Seahawks, Saints and more, with Malik Willis, Desmond Ridder, Christian Watson and Skyy Moore among the names at the center of the conversation. (03:49) Might Carolina pick Malik Willis at #6?(13:41) Is Drew Lock going to start in Seattle?(20:06) Philadelphia has three picks in the Top 20(24:40) Would the Saints draft a QB this year?(29:33) Packer options at WR
Pat Kerrane (@PatKerrane) is joined by Ryan McDowell (@RyanMc23) of Dynasty League Football and Hayden Winks (@HaydenWinks) of Underdog Fantasy to discuss rookie risers and fallers at the running back and wide receiver positions. Looking at Ryan's mock draft data from DLF and Hayden's best ball ADP from Underdog, the crew discuss the recent shifts for Breece Hall, Kenneth Walker, Rachaad White, Isaiah Spiller, George Pickens, Christian Watson, Skyy Moore, David Bell, and more.(3:22) Breece Hall(7:18) Kenneth Walker(14:14) Rachaad White(22:03) Zamir White and James Cook(26:28) Tyler Badie and Pierre Strong(33:17) WR potential draft order(40:55) Christian Watson and Skyy Moore(50:05) Running backs falling down the draft board(59:33) Wide Receivers falling down the draft board
Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Denny Carter (@CDCarter13) take a spin through the NFL's post-trade landscape, checking in on the changing Chiefs, the improved Colts and the fortified Dolphins. They debate whether Nyheim Hines' role will actually grow in 2022 and if there are any appealing landing spots for DeVante Parker. They take a look at the Chiefs' additions — real and potential — and examine the Saints' new reality at quarterback. (1:30) Off-Season outlook in Carolina(9:18) Ronald Jones to the Chiefs(13:23) Nyheim Hines' role in Indianapolis with Matt Ryan(18:52) Andy Dalton to the Saints(26:54) Potential wide receiver additions across the league(41:51) Free Agency winners and losers