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Podcast: Charlie Batch Interview

January 7, 2015 | by Josh Johnson | Comments Comments Off
Charlie Batch spent most of his career as the backup QB for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Charlie Batch won two Super Bowls with the Pittsburgh Steelers. (Pittsburghsportsreport.com)

On this week’s episode of RotoRob Fantasy Football Weekly Podcast, heard every Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. on Blogtalkradio, Nick Wagner and Josh Johnson were joined by former NFL QB and two-time Super Bowl Champion Charlie Batch and Nate Stacken of StackAttack.com.

Among the topics shredded like iceberg lettuce:

  • Charlie talks about QB philosophy, Germane Crowell, Barry Sanders and what it means to win the Super Bowl.
  • Stuart Scott, you made us laugh.
  • Nick rants about the Rams owner.
  • Where will Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson play next season?
  • If you could have attended one NFL game this season, which one would you choose?
  • Should dynasty owners be worried about Jimmy Graham?
  • Who played a bigger role in beating the Lions, the Cowboys or the referees?
  • We offer up our Ryan Lindley scouting report. Come on, people, he is a third stringer for a reason!
  • Will Jordan Reed peak again?
  • Who was the best player to wear No. 4 in NFL history?
  • When starting an NFL expansion franchise (not a Fantasy team) who do you sign, Nick Foles or Matthew Stafford?
  • Nate discusses Zach Zenner’s future.
  • ATS Time with Chuck Podhaisky.
  • If Victor Cruz makes a healthy return the Giants offense should be pretty darn good, right?

Simply click the play button below to bask in our Fantasy football fun and frivolity.

 

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

Appearing on next week’s Podcast will be Jeff Lloyd of RSENetwork.net.

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2014 NFL Wire Troll All-Stars

December 23, 2014 | by Josh Johnson | Comments (2)
Unbeknownst to the Cleveland faithful, Carr is the leading rookie passer in almost every positive category. Obviously it’s too early to tell but he appears to be a steal as the fourth QB taken (second round) at least comparatively so. If you nabbed Carr this season, he was probably nothing but bye week material and his future ceiling is very weapons dependent. As for this season he was just a QB2 with upside. Solid performances versus San Diego and San Francisco were the highlights for the promising sliver and black signal caller. Even with a B-Squad of WRs, Carr managed 3,100 yards passing as well as 20 TDs to 14 total turnovers. Rookie numbers have and will be in the future much harsher.
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Start ‘em, Sit ‘em: Malcolm Floyd to the Rescue?

December 18, 2014 | by Josh Johnson | Comments Comments Off
We always knew Floyd was quality WR. Injuries have thwarted him in every season until this one — in which he is averaging 17.3 yards per reception. Now fellow WR Keenan Allen is done for the year. Floyd’s role should increase, which might hurt his average, but a TD seems very likely for this veteran with underrated athletic skills.
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Podcast: Let’s Fix the Jets and Jags

December 17, 2014 | by Josh Johnson | Comments (1)
On this week’s episode of RotoRob Fantasy Football Weekly Podcast, heard every Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. on Blogtalkradio, Nick Wagner and Josh Johnson were joined by Paul Esden of Truluvsports.com.
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The Wire Troll: Cole Beasley Equals Dokie Williams

December 16, 2014 | by Josh Johnson | Comments Comments Off
After Bortles’ many INTs, those with slightly better options might be cutting ties. Jacksonville is bad but can it truly get any worse? Bortles is not Blaine Gabbert, because he can actually move in the pocket. The future is worth the gamble. Weapons are in place and time is not of the essence. Bortles and the Jags can suffer through another bad season and he can still improve as QB. Nab him now in dynasty formats and save yourself a sock full of quarters later. So you might slam that sock fearlessly against a brick wall. Or, you might not and your patience will reap middle of the pack results.
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