Fantasy Football Podcast for February 15th, 2018. The Fantasy Footballers are back with another great offseason episode! Andy, Jason, and Mike take a look at some unexpected results from the 2017 fantasy football season and predict if those trends will end or continue. This plus the latest NFL News and a few candidates who may fall out of their respective tier this year. Prep your redraft, keeper, and dynasty fantasy football teams for 2018 with the #1 fantasy football podcast. Get ready for the fantasy football season: Join our Fantasy Football community! Get the Ultimate Draft Kit on pre-order right now! Early bird pricing! Connect with the show: Visit us on the web Support us on Patreon Follow us on Twitter Subscribe on YouTube Want even more fantasy football goodness? Visit our community forums to chat everything fantasy football anywhere you go. Love the show? Leave us a review on iTunes or wherever you listen! Check out today's sponsors: HelloFresh.com -- Code: FOOTBALLERS30 World of Warships -- Code: FOOTBALLERS18 Our studio sponsor: Draft.com/Ballers
We recap all the weekend's action using our patented thumbs up/down model. Rochdale's hard fought draw with Spurs, United's VAR woes, and West Brom's vehicular thievery all get airtime when it comes to the FA Cup. There's also a title race in Italy, the Injury Triumvirate doing things in Dortmund, and reasons for optimism for Unai Emery. Today's show is sponsored by... SeatGeek! Download the app and enter "TSS" in the setting for $20 off your first SeatGeek purchase. Oh, and if at all possible, avoid Daryl's quizzes. and... FUTCHI! Get 15% off a FUTCHI Rebounder, t-shirt, cap or print by using code "TSS2018" at https://www.playfutchi.com/collections/the-essential-gear
On this week’s show host Eddie Nestor, Aaron Paul and Ben Paul discuss the Alex Ferguson era, Pogba’s recent performance, and the upcoming games against Sevilla and Chelsea. The Manchester United Redcast is backed for the season by Ladbrokes. Sign up and deposit up to £50 and Ladbrokes will put the same amount into your account giving up up to £50's worth of free bets. You can get this offer by following the link at http://bet.unitedredcast.com Get this podcast and all the latest Arsenal news with our free app from http://app.unitedredcast.net http://UnitedRedcast.com Produced by Paul Myers and Mike Leigh Engineered by Fina Charleson A Playback Media Production http://playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2018 Playback Media Ltd - http://playbackmedia.co.uk/copyright
0:00 We thank our sponsors 0:30 Donald takes the lead and get diverted talking about New Orleans 3:30 We finally get to the games. We love the D against Clemson and are enjoying how the team has changed in the past week. 6:50 Jason talks about how the zone and the press combine to force teams into bad shots. 9:00 Sam is impressed with Duke’s speed on defense. 11:10 Time to praise Javin DeLaurier 13:30 Donald wants to know what Duke will be like when Bagley returns. 18:00 Looking back on Virginia Tech and Duke’s crazy rebounding edge. 21:40 Donald focuses on Grayson being aggressive on offense. 23:40 We interview Duke national champion, Quinn Cook 25:00 Donald kicks it off asking Quinn about his NBA dream 27:30 Sam talks to Quinn about the current Blue Devils and their chances to be natty contenders. Quinn is a big fan of Grayson and Marvin. 31:15 Jason reflects on Quinn’s Duke career and his national title in 2015 39:55 We react to what Quinn said about the past and the present 44:45 Byrd Campbell, our favorite law firm! 45:30 Jason provides a preview of the Lousiville game 51:35 Sam takes the lead for the preview of the Syracuse game 55:55 Does Jim Boehiem regret coming to the ACC? 1:00:25 How worried are you about the FBI investigation into college basketball? Sam explains why he thinks Duke is just fine here. 1:13:50 Player of the week 1:15:40 Parting shots – Jason talks Duke Lax success 1:17:05 Parting shots – Sam on the start of baseball season 1:17:30 Parting shots – Donald talks about Black Panther and gets movie critic Jason to give us a brief review. 21:50 Donald says good bye and the Duke band plays us out
Things get a little weird before Michael Russo starts talking hockey, explaining the Wild's surge, and taking Twitter questions, brought to you by Twillmn.com, FixologyRepair.com, State Farm agent Tony Hoaglund and Todd Moritz of the Sandvold Financial Group
Nicky Henderson talks to Mike Vince about his Cheltenham Festival team - including Buveur D'Air, Altior and Might Bite.
Weekly Unofficial Leyton Orient Podcast by @stevienuss & @supero1881. This episode includes: Interview with Leyton Orient Director David Travis as we talk about live streaming for the upcoming FA Trophy match vs Gateshead AFC Fylde match review Your views and reactions from the match News from the last week at the club Info on how to buy your very own Orient Outlook Podcast Mug Leyton Orient Supporters Club update Positives & Negatives of the week Hero of the week Prediction League & Fantasy Football update Listen now to the most comprehensive round of Orient news and views anywhere in the world. Up the O's!
Ireland remain on track for the Grand Slam after their fully-expected 56-19 win over Italy, but what happened that we didn't expect? Shane Horgan and Gerry Thornley give us their thoughts on week 2 of this year's Six Nations championship. Tadhg Furlong and Robbie Henshaw going down injured certainly wasn't in the play-book, and the expected stern Italian resistance for the first 60 minutes didn't materialise either. We also didn't see the impact of the Irish bench that we expected, but is that to be expected when the game is over after 20 minutes? We also salute Owen Farrell's almost perfect performance for England, rate the threat posed by doughty Wales, and discuss why the relationship between the IRFU and the Irish media appears to be at an all-time low. Plus - Eoin explains why he loves Keith Earls, Simon has an idea for livening up Ireland/Italy games, and we salute our skating-to-work Dutch listeners.
Connacht crumbled in the face of a determined, skilful and highly motivated Zebre team who completed their first double over a non-Italian side in the PRO14. Rob Murphy, William Davies and Alan Deegan take you through the match while William spoke to a dejected Kieran Keane and Sean O' Brien afterwards. Linley MacKenzie and Niall Sheil try and make sense of a very underwhelming Connacht display and to provide a bit of relief from the drudgery of the defeat there is an interview with Tommy Bowe that William conducted prior to the start of the 6N.
Love is in the air on the Valentines Day Podcast as David Ord and Michael Shinners are joined by Ed Chamberlin, Oli Bell and Daryl Jacob to talk all things Newbury, Grand National, Ascot and amour. There’s a challenge to be met too – to overhaul the Sporting Life darts podcast and seal the position as number one in the SL chart.
In a special production, Ty and Dan take a closer look at the nuts and bolts of the college football recruiting world and conduct an informal roundtable to hear how coaches, players, parents, reporters, and fans handle the process. How much impact do star ratings have? Is “negative recruiting” a common practice? How is a modern recruiting operation organized? And what’s the ultimate strategy in convincing prospects to go to a school? Let's find out.
Brendan 'Bubba' Newby speaks to RTÉ Sport after competing in the men's ski halfpipe event at the Winter Olympics.
Freddie Freeman, Dansby Swanson and Ozzie Albies arrive in camp. What are their thoughts on the roster and who will hit behind Freeman? Zach Dillard and Cory McCartney discuss.
Paul Finney is joined by Chris Charles, Ian McCullough and Steve Sayce, plus very special guest Jamie Mackie, who enthuses about young stars Paul Smyth and Ebere Eze and relives the glory days under Neil Warnock. Find us online at http://www.qprpod.co.uk on twitter @QPRPod and facebook https://www.facebook.com/qprpod