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Podcast: Awaken, Ye Sleeper Chasers

August 28, 2014 | By Josh Johnson | Comments (0)
Miles Austin now heads the Cleveland Browns receiving corps.
Miles Austin gets a big boost from the Josh Gordon suspension. (Andrew Weber-USA Today Sports)

On this week’s episode of RotoRob Fantasy Football Weekly Podcast, heard every Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. EST on Blogtalkradio, Nick Wagner and Josh Johnson were joined by Trent Davis of SpoonFedSports.com and Jerry Palleschi of ESPN991.com.

Among the eye boogers we picked:

  • It’s official, Josh Gordon has been suspended for at least one season.
  • We have a trade? Yes! The Pats trade OG Logan Mankins to the Bucs for TE Tim Wright.
  • Frankie Hammond will start in place of the suspended Dwayne Bowe.
  • Do we agree with Chip Kelly seeking out former Ducks?
  • Nick Rants about QB competitions.
  • We discuss the Sam Bradford injury and its ramifications on the rest of the Rams from a Fantasy perspective.
  • Sleeper talk with Trent and Jerry.
  • Tom Brady was a bust last week; now he is a sleeper?
  • Justin Hunter and Nick continue their love affair.
  • Josh reinforces the morality behind not drafting Ray Rice.
  • Jerry preaches about the value of DeMarco Murray.
  • Eddie Clauser’s sleepers are Latavis Murray, Travis Kelce and Alfred Blue.
  • Why, all of sudden, can WRs wear numbers 10-to-19?
  • Nick calls out Peter King, then Josh invites him on the show.

To hear the Podcast in its entirety, simply click the play button below.

 

Now it’s your turn. Let us know in the comments below what you thought of our pigskin prattle.

Appearing on next week’s Podcast will be our extremely good friend, Howard Bender of Fantasy Alarm.

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2014 NHL Draft Grades: Metropolitan Division, Part II

August 27, 2014 | By Dakota Case | Comments (0)
A tall, lanky back-stopper at 6′3″ and 176 pounds, Halverson has technical issues to work on in his game, but boasts good upside. In 19 games with the Greyhounds, the Traverse City, Michigan native put together a 12-6-1 record, a 2.96 goals against average, a .904 save percentage and two shutouts.
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2014 RotoRob NFL Draft Kit: Busts

August 26, 2014 | By Josh Johnson | Comments (0)
We tend to think for the most part a Fantasy bust is player drafted in round five or higher. It’s real easy to pluck someone off the waiver wire and look like a hero but we tend to stick with a handful of guys too long because we believe in them or we drafted them too high. This list is cautionary for those of you that tend to reach too early.
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2014 RotoRob NFL Draft Kit: Wide Receivers Rankings

August 25, 2014 | By Nick Wagner | Comments (0)
We here at RotoRob.com have spent much of the past offseason heaping praise on the talented class of wide receivers coming into the league. We remain confident in many of these players becoming solid contributors, however in Fantasy football rookie wideouts just don’t usually live up to their ADP.
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The Wire Troll: Jon Jay Plays His Cards Right

August 24, 2014 | By Michael Seff | Comments (0)
Jay’s good friend Freese is starting to show the Angels what the Cardinals got glimpses of prior to trading him. Mr. October (2011) has turned it around after a very slow start, posting a .300 average in August with seven RBI. His season numbers are pedestrian (.259, six homers, 41 RBI), but when you consider he was hitting just .203 at the end of May, his stock is headed in the right direction.
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