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Podcast: Second and Goal Aftermath

February 4, 2015 | by Josh Johnson | Comments Comments Off
Jovontay Williams is hoping to get drafted out of the Johnson C. Smith Golden Bulls.
Despite playing for a non-FBS school, Jovontay Williams is a nice draft sleeper. (Fcsbowl.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 Jack Follman of PacificTakes.com, draft hopeful Jovontay Williams, a DE/OLB at Johnson C. Smith University and Bob McGinn, the author of the Ultimate Super Bowl Book and a Packers beatwriter/columnist since 1984.

Among the topics we creamed like spinach:

  • Darrell Bevel throws Ricardo Lockette under the bus and other Super Bowl thoughts.
  • Jack gives the lowdown on Arizona State Sun Devils WR Jaelen Strong, Stanford Cardinal OT Andrus Peat, UCLA Bruins QB Brett Hundley and Washington Huskies DT Danny Shelton.
  • Jovontay fills us in on his path to the regional Combine and his drive to make to the NFL.
  • Are Ndamukong Suh or Marshawn Lynch worth the big contracts?
  • Our Hall of Fame reactions.
  • Bob gives us a Super Bowl and Green Bay Packers history lesson.
  • Who is the best No. 7 in NFL history?
  • Nick rants about the Falcons being patient with Dan Quinn.
  • Johnny Manziel heads to rehab.

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

 

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Appearing on next week’s Podcast will be Jamie Plunkett of Frogsowar.com and Matt Brown of Landgrantholyland.com.

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Podcast: Super Bowl Roundtable

January 28, 2015 | by Josh Johnson | Comments Comments Off
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 Luis Tirado (Rants Sports), Mike Krafick (Truluv Sports), Brian Genord (Endzonescore.com), Scott DellaFave (Endzonescore.com) and Jake Tabor from Educk.com.
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The Year of the Rookie Wide Receiver

January 27, 2015 | by Josh Johnson | Comments Comments Off
The pressure was firmly on the highest drafted WR and because of that, Watkins will always be the torch barer of this class. A couple of early injuries stunted him and he was still amazing. Speed is always an essential tool for WRs and Watkins is fast. But, it’s his acceleration while the play is underway that leaves us awestruck.
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Podcast: Shrine Bowl, NFL Playoffs and Prop Bets

January 21, 2015 | by Josh Johnson | Comments Comments Off
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 Gene Clemons of Footballgameplan.com.
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2014 RotoRob Football Awards

January 19, 2015 | by Josh Johnson | Comments (1)
Fantasy owners had to love the fact that his worst game came early (32 yards in Week Two) and was followed up by three straight games with an end zone visit. All MVPs need a “signature moment” — Gronk’s came in Week Eight against the Chicago Bears when he amassed 149 yards on nine catches en route to three touchdowns. Through Week 15, he may only have three 100-yard games but he also has scored 11 touchdowns, and we believe his consistency is the biggest reason he is deserving of this award. A five-catch, 68-yard day is a decent line for most tight ends — but that’s Gronk’s second-worst game of the season. All of 2014’s other Fantasy Stud of the Year candidates are not even definitively the best at their position and anyone trying to argue for a tight end other than Gronkowski in 2014 needs to be drug tested.
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