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In that episode, Taylor breaks down the real life and fantasy football implications of several of the week five games in the NFL 2021 season including the Pittsburgh Steelers victory over the Denver Broncos the Philadelphia eagles come back win over the Carolina Panthers and the Dallas Cowboys win over the hard luck New York Giants
In this episode, Taylor breaks down the real life and fantasy football implications of several games from week 5 of the NFL 2021 season. He goes into his feeling about the Las Vegas Raiders breaking up with Jon Gruden, how Justin Fields looked for the Chicago Bears, his feelings on the Houston Texans going forward, how he thinks Mac Jones is progressing and his thoughts about Buffalo BIlls beating the Kansas City Chiefs
In this episode, Taylor breaks down the real life and fantasy football implications of the first four games he watched this week: New York Jets vs Tennessee Titans, Cleveland Browns vs Minnesota Vikings, Chicago Bears vs Detroit Lions and Indianapolis Colts vs Miami Dolphins.
In this episode, Taylor breaks down the real life and fantasy football implications of multiple NFL games including:Minnesota Vikings convincing win over the Seattle SeahawksSean McVay and the Los Angeles Rams make a statement against the Tampa Bay BuccaneersAtlanta Falcons beat the New York Giants but I have reservations about both teamsBaltimore Ravens barely beat the scrappy Detroit Lions, should have been worse
in this episode, Taylor breaks down the real life and fantasy football implications of the Los Angeles Chargers win over the Kansas City Chiefs. When he focuses on the Chargers, he sees the limitless potential of flamethrower Justin Herbert, whether he believes in the hot start from Mike Williams, and how Austin Ekeler makes defenses pay when they do cover the deep parts of the field. When he moves to the Chiefs, he isn't concerned with the two loses, believes the offensive line will gell and that Tyreek and the other weapons will continue to produce.
in this episode, Taylor breaks down the real life and fantasy football implications of the Cleveland Browns win over the Chicago Bears. When he focuses on the Browns, he sees positive signs for Baker Mayfield in year two of the Kevin Stefanski offense, a good looking debut for Odell Beckham Jr and the solid play for from both Kareem Hunt and Nick Chubb. When he looks to the Bears, he sees a lack of protection and coaching for the Justin Fields debut that effected the whole offense and tries to make sense of what the Bears should do next.
In this episode, Taylor breaks down the real life and fantasy football implications of the Cincinnati Bengals win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. When he focuses on the Bengals, he sees a well protected Joe Burrow making plays, is impressed with Joe Mixon and the Bengals commitment to the run and Jamarr Chase's fast start to his career. When he moves to the Steelers, he is concerned with the lack of protection for Ben Roethlisberger and what he expects from the offense going forward, what he likes about Chase Claypool in his top options debut and why he thinks Najee Harris is locked into a RB1 role going forward regardless of game script.
In this episode, Taylor brings on Roundtable member Tyler Moore to talk about the real life and fantasy football implications of the Dallas Cowboys win over the Los Angeles Chargers. They talk about the low score, how Dak Prescott has looked through two games, the way they see the Ezekiel Elliott/Tony Pollard backfield working, and their expectations for the pass catchers and offense going forward. When they switch to the hard luck Chargers, they love the way Justin Herbert throws the ball, how that arm effects Keenan Allen and Mike Williams, an encouraging day from Austin Ekeler and more.
In this episode, Taylor breaks down the real life and fantasy football implications of the Chicago Bears win over the Cincinnati Bengals. When he focuses on the Bears, he talks at length about the injury to Andy Dalton, the performance by Justin Fields afterwards and his expectations for Justin and the rest of the offense going forward. When he moves over to the Bengals, he is concerned by the offensive lines lack of improvement protecting Joe Burrow, loves the way Jamarr Chase, Tee Higgins and Tyler Boyd look together and talks about how he feels about Joe Mixon's look and usage to start the season.
In this episode, Taylor breaks down the real life and fantasy football implications of the Carolina Panthers win over the New Orleans Saints. When he focuses on the Panthers, he see continued improved play from Sam Darnold, loves the comfort he shows with Christian McCaffrey and DJ Moore and thinks Robbie Anderson could rebound from a slow start. When he moves to the Saints, he looks into the erratic nature of Jameis Winston, shifts some of the blame to the offensive line, lack of playmaking pass catchers and lack of commitment to the running game early.
In this episode, Taylor breaks down the real life and fantasy football implications of the Arizona Cardinal win over the Minnesota Vikings. When he focuses on the Cardinals, he loves the way Kyler Murray is playing quarterback, talks about Rondale Moore and how the wide receiver usage is playing out and what to expect out of the backfield from Chase Edmunds. When he moves on to the hard luck Vikings, he worries about Kirk Cousin's drop back passing, talks about how the targets are breaking between Justin Jefferson and Adam Theilan and what to think about the offense going forward.
In this episode, Taylor breaks down the real life and fantasy football implications of the San Francisco 49ers win over the Philadelphia Eagles. When he focuses on the 49ers, he looks at low volume passing performance from Jimmy Garoppolo and the pass catchers, wonders if Deebo Samuel and George Kittle will continue on their current paths of production and tries to stick with Elijah Mitchell after a down game. When he moves over to the Eagles, he is encouraged by Jalen Hurts even in the loss, worries about Kenneth Gainwell hurting Miles Sanders value and sees bigger things for the Eagles pass catchers.
In this episode, Taylor breaks down the real life and fantasy football implications of the Los Angeles Rams win over the Indianapolis Colts. When he focuses on the Rams, he sees Matthew Stafford fitting in perfectly in Sean McVay's offense, likes how Cooper Kupp is performing as his favorite target and talks Sony Michel after Darrell Henderson goes down. When he moves on to the Colts, he looks at the ups and downs of Carson Wentz's play, speculates how the offense would look in his absence and makes sense of Jonathan Taylor's performance
Taylor is joined by Roundtable member Tyler Moore to break down the Philadelphia Eagles vs Atlanta Falcons NFL game. When they focus on the Eagles, they talk about Jalen Hurts in year two and their expectations for him after a big game, how they felt about the offensive line, how Miles Sanders responded to open space and how they feel about Devonta Smith's debut. When they move over to Atlanta, they try to make sense of the disappointing first game for Arthur Smith and Matt Ryan, talk about how Mike Davis and the running game looked, their concerns about the offensive line, Kyle Pitt's debut and an underwhelming performance from Calvin Ridley.
In this episode, Taylor breaks down the real life and fantasy football implications of the Miami Dolphins win over the New England Patriots. When he looks to the Dolphins, he see steady improvement from Tua Tagovailoa, worries about too much committee for Myles Gaskin, and he looks at the pass catchers day and wonders what Will Fuller will add to the mix next week. When he moves over to the Patriots, he likes what he sees from Mac Jones, hopes the fumble doesn't derail Damien Harris and talks about the pass catcher usage with Mac under center.
In this episode, Taylor breaks down the real life and fantasy football implications of the Seattle Seahawks win over the Indianapolis Colts. When he looks into the Seahawks, he talks about how the offense looked under new OC Shane Waldron, loves the way Chris Carson looked and was used, and how Russell Wilson and the passing game should look if Week 1 is the new normal. When he moves over to the Colts, (22:43) he talks about Carson Wentz and the offense, his expectations for the offense going forward and how he felt about top running back Jonathan Taylor's performance.
In this episode, Taylor breaks down the real life and fantasy football implications of the Los Angeles Chargers win over the Washington Football Team. When he focuses on the Chargers, he loves what he sees from Justin Herbert and the defense, sees Keenan Allen and Mike Williams as the focal point of the offense and worries about Austin Ekeler's involvement in the passing game. When he moves on to the football team, he watches Taylor Heineke take over for Ryan Fitzpatrick, how that effects Terry McLaurin and Logan Thomas and what Antonio Gibson looked like running the ball.
In this episode, Taylor breaks down the real life and fantasy implications of the New Orleans Saints win over the Green Bay Packers. When he focuses on the Saints, he celebrates the successful return of Jameis Winston, how Jameis effected the pass catcher and confirms Alvin Kamara still looks like he will be a featured part of the offense. When he moves on to the Packers, he tries to make sense of the opening day flop of Aaron Rodgers and the entire offense, who to hold for fantasy football and why he believes they will bounce back.
In this episode, Taylor breaks down the real life and fantasy football implications of the Arizona Cardinals win over the Tennessee Titans. When he focuses on the Cardinals, he sees Kyler Murray looking like his dynamic self, improved WRs around Deandre Hopkins and Chase Edmunds looking like a clear 1A to James Conner's 1B. When he moves to the Titans, (21:43) he tries to temper the concerns he has over the Cardinals disruption of Derrick Henry and the running game, which seemed to have hurt Ryan Tannehill, Julio Jones, AJ Brown and the offense overall. He tries to make sense of the performance for the Titans and project what to do from here in an unexpected blow out.
In this episode, Taylor goes in depth on the Pittsburgh Steelers win over the Buffalo Bills. When he focuses on the Steelers, he sees a tough day for the offense that should get better, likes the usage and athleticism of Najee Harris and raves about a special pass rush from the defense. When he moves over to the Bills, he cautions the Bills Mafia on worrying about Josh Allen and the offense, wonders about the offensive lines play in the pass and run and has questions about the usage of the running backs and wide receivers not name Stefon Diggs
In this episode, Taylor talks about the San Francisco 49ers win over the Detroit Lions. With the 49ers, he discusses solid play from Jimmy Garoppolo and the offense, Elijah Mitchell's big day sans Raheem Mostert and Trey Sermon, and his thoughts about Deebo, Kittle and the other pass catchers. When he switches to the Lions (17:50) he expresses concern for the quarterback play of Jared Goff, likes the usage of Dandre Swift and Jamaal Williams and gives reasoning for optimism for Detroit fans based around head coach Dan Campbell
in this episode, Taylor reacts to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last second victory over the Dallas Cowboys in the NFL's 2021 kickoff game. When he focuses on the Buccaneers, he loves the way Tom Brady looks, makes sense of the usage of the wide receivers, running backs and the team overall. When he moves on to the Cowboys, (20:05) he laments the outcome but gives love to the way Dak Prescott looks, makes sense of an off night for Ezekiel Elliot and lauds the efforts of the Cowboys pass catchers, especially Amari Cooper and Ceedee Lamb
In this episode, Taylor is joined by all the members of the Roundtable text chain to make the picks for their annual NFL Champion Team bet. They pick, defend, mock and talk about all the teams they think will get them paid by the others in an effort to get us all ready for an exciting 2021-2022 NFL season. Taylor also learns his fate for coming in last in April's Mock Draft Challenge
In this episode, Taylor talks about the release of Cam Newton from the New England Patriots, what his prospects are now, how Mac Jones effects the offense as the starter and his beliefs about the role for Damien Harris. Then he goes over the ramifications of the Irv Smith season ending surgery for the Minnesota Vikings and Tyler Conklin, Finally he talks about Jalen Hurts being named the starter for the Philadelphia Eagles and why he is bullish on the offenses output for the upcoming season.
In this episode, Taylor talks about the season ending ACL tear for JK Dobbins and how it effects the Baltimore Ravens and Gus Edwards, speculates that the Houston Texans may be a bigger mess then we realize and talks about the San Francisco 49ers rotating Jimmy Garappolo and Trey Lance.
In this episode, Taylor talks about the Sony Michel trade and how it effects the New England Patriots & Los Angeles Rams, the Cam Newton vs Mac Jones competition heating up, Teddy Bridgewater winning the Denver Broncos quarterback competition over Drew Lock, Trevor Lawrence "winning" the Jacksonville Jaguars QB competition, Saquon Barkley practicing and more
In this episode, Taylor talks about the season ending injury to Travis Etienne and what it means for James Robinson and the Jacksonville Jaguars, Jameis Winston looking like the New Orleans Saints starter, D'andre Swift and his status for week 1, Robbie Anderson playing in the preseason, Elijah Moore practicing and Adam Trautman is carted off.
In this episode, Taylor talks about the first pre season games for Trey Lance for the San Francisco 49ers and Zach Wilson for the New York Jets. He also addresses Robbie Anderson's hamstring injury and Gio Bernard's 3rd down role and his effect on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers backfield
In this episode, Taylor talks about the New Orleans Saints quarterback battle between Jameis Winston and Taysom Hill, his excitement for Trevor Lawrence and the Jacksonville Jaguars wide receivers and why he can't wait for the Chicago Bears to name Justin Fields the starter at QB
Taylor talks with Roundtable member and Madden Football expert Tyler Moore about the good news for Carson Wentz and Quentin Griffin and its effect on their teammates. Then they break into a bigger conversation about their combined obsession, Bestball style fantasy football drafts, and the players they are drafting and staying away from in them.
In this episode, Taylor talks about Najee Harris after the Hall of Fame game, the prospects of Antonio Gibson getting a bigger role for the Washington Football Team, his thoughts about D'Andre Swift and the direction of the Detroit Lions and how he feels about Saquon Barkley after he was activated from the PUP list for the New York Giants.
In this episode, Taylor talks about the Carson Wentz foot surgery and how it effects Indianapolis Colts offense, Nick Chubb's extension and his current feelings about the Cleveland Browns. his thoughts on the Miami Dolphins pass catchers, and his feelings on the Trey Lance vs Jimmy Garopollo quarterback battle in San Francisco.
In this episode, Taylor talks about Aaron Rodgers committing this year to the Green Bay Packers, how the Michael Thomas ankle surgery effects the Saints, Deshaun Watson going to Texans camp, Trey Sermon, Amari Cooper, and other news and notes coming out of training camps around the league
In this episode, Taylor talks about why he is excited about Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals wide receivers 2021 prospects, Aaron Rodgers continued uncertainty with the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears fans strife over Allen Robinson's contract.
In this episode, Taylor goes live as he podcasts during one of his Bestball Fantasy Football drafts. He talks about his strategy in this years, drafts, how he is working through the critical first 3 rounds, players he is targeting and staying away from, which teams he wants to have a piece of and much much more as he goes through all 17 rounds of live fantasy insight
In this episode, Taylor talks some of the news coming out of NFL camps.. When he talks about the Buffalo Bills he thinks about how Emmanuel Sanders and Gabriel Davis factor into the Bills passing game, how and why he is trying to get pieces of the Bills offense in Fantasy drafts and what he thinks about Zack Moss as the lead back. When he moves onto the New Orleans Saints and New England Patriots, he gives his thoughts about the extension for Ryan Ramczyk and how it effects the team and explains why he keeps ending up with presumed lead back for the Patriots, Damien Harris, in fantasy drafts.
In this episode, Taylor talks about the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Cleveland Browns. First he talks about Urban Meyer's statements about Trevor Lawrence, why he keeps ending up with Trevor and Marvin Jones Jr in bestball fantasy drafts, and how he feels about the roster and team's prospects for 2021. When he moves on to the Browns, he wonders about Baker Mayfield's contract extension, praises the roster building and goes over his hopes for the Browns organization going forward.
Taylor talks about the some of the recent news including Tua Tagovailoa going deep and Matthew Stafford being praised by Sean McVay which devolves into fantasy football talk where he talks about what to do if you don't get a top 8 pick and where the quarterbacks are going in the top half of fantasy football drafts
In this episode, Taylor talks the news that Justin Fields "has accepted Andy Dalton is the week 1 starter" for the Chicago Bears, the New York Jets talking about signing Morgan Moses and finishes up talking about the remaining free agents and what they could potentially bring to teams
In this episode, Taylor talks about the Tennessee Titans as the landing spot for Julio Jones and what he thinks about the trade for both teams. Then he moves into talk about the Atlanta Falcons offense post Julio and how he feels about Mike Davis as their lead running back
In this episode, Taylor takes a closer look at Big Ben Roethlisberger after he talked about his elbow surgery. Which breaks into a bigger Steelers conversation about 2020, Taylor's hope for a possible Ben rejuvenation, his thoughts about Chase Claypool and the other weapons, Najee Harris and the line. Later on he goes in depth on his thoughts and hopes for Antonio Gibson and the Washington Football Team (19:42)
In this episode, Taylor goes in depth with his thoughts about the New Orleans Saints quarterback battle between Taysom Hill And Jameis Winston. He talks about the reiirement of Drew Brees, structure of the roster, Taysom Hill's time as a starter in 2020 and skills, Jameis Winston's 2019 season and skills as the potential favorite for the job.
In this episode, Taylor talks at length about growing strife between Julio Jones and the Atlanta Falcons. He talks about the state of the Atlanta Falcons during its regime change, the motives of both sides for the trade, the financial ramifications for the Falcons and potential suitors and what he thinks about the potential landing spots that includes a small rant about Cam Newton's arm strength.
In this episode, Taylor takes a hard look at his hometown team the Dallas Cowboys. He goes in depth on how he feels about their draft, free agents signings, Dak Prescott's health, the talented skill position players, the state of the offensive line and defense and more.
In this episode, Taylor takes a look at three teams with different quarterback situations. He talks about where Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans Currently stand, how he feels about Jalen Hurts going in 2021 with the Philadelphia Eagles and what the New York Giants expectations are for Daniel Jones and the offense.
In this episode, Taylor talks about the offseason of two teams he is interested in: the Indianapolis Colts & Detroit Lions. First he goes in depth on the Colts, where he talks about the signing of Eric Fisher and his hopes for the offensive line, how he feels about the weapons and why he thinks Carson Wentz can be a good fit for the offense. When he moves on to the Lions, he talks about the way their draft, free agency and extensions have telegraphed Dan Campbell's team vision and how he feels about what that vision could lead to for the long suffering Lion's fans.
In this episode, Taylor talks about the rift that has grown between Aaron Rodgers in the Green Bay Packers which breaks into a greater discussion about Kyler Murray baker Mayfield Dak Prescott and more NFL quarterbacks. He then addresses the signing of Ali Villanueva by the Baltimore Ravens and what he thinks about their off-season so far
In this episode, Taylor talks about the second half of the first round as well as some of his favorite pics from day two and three of the 2020 NFL draft. He talks about the Raiders Vikings and bears getting an offensive tackle, the Steelers and Jaguars drafting a first round running back, the Ravens drafting Rashod Bateman and many more