A fantasy football-centric podcast hosted by FPC Fantasy Sports Managing Editor, Kyle Senra, FPC Dolphins Managing Editor Kayla Morton and FPC Jets writer Alessandro Senatore. Part of the Full Press Coverage Radio Network.
Recuring guest Braden Holecek, from FPC Chiefs, joins to discuss the results of Divisional Round Weekend. Also, both the AFC and NFC Championship games are previewed so stick around to the very end for game score predictions. Finally, the co-hosts discuss their NFL Playoff Challenge lineups and select strategies to use going forward.
This is one of the most jam-packed episodes of the podcast to date. For starters, Braden Holecek, FPC Chiefs managing editor, joins. The Wild Card Round games are recapped and the Divisional games are previewed. Braden brings his expertise and goes through the Chiefs matchup against the Texans, Alessandro addresses the Titans-Ravens game, Kayla talks about the Vikings-49ers matchup while Kyle finishes up with the Seahawks-Packers contest. To end, all 4 go through their NFL Playoff Challenge lineups and discuss their upcoming decisions for the Divisional Round.
A fantasy football preview of the 4 Wild Card matchup. Also, Alessandro, Kayla and Kyle all collaborate to create an NFL playoff challenge lineup. They examine different strategies present the different elements to think about when creating your own lineup. Listen for details on how to join the private Full Press Coverage Fantasy Pod league in the NFL playoff challenge.
In the final episode of 2019, half the game in week 16 are discussed. Do you Start or Sit studs in tough matchups? How about some unsung heor in a great spot? Find out on the episode. Also, some lineup decisions are evaluated, and there is a lot of Ryan Tannehill questions for this fantasy football championship week.
The episode begins with some NFL news an impassioned speech by Kayla about drug addiction and mental illness. Next, we preview the 3 Saturday games and discuss what players should be started and which ones should remain on the bench for your fantasy football teams.
FPC Chiefs managing editor Braden Holecek joins to discuss the late games during the Week 15 NFL slate. Braden, along with usual co-hosts Kayla Morton and Kyle Senra, talk about the fantasy football implications of these games and all 3 also present some Start/Sit scenarios that will hopefully provide context for listeners.
As we continue through the fantasy football playoffs, Start/Sit decisions become even more important. Half of the Week 15 matchups are addressed in this episode, including everything you need to know about Thursday Night Football. Also, several high profile injuries are discussed in detail.
A fantasy football preview for the second half of week 14 NFL games. Also included is a recap of the Thursday Night game between the Cowboys and the Bears. You will be well set up for your fantasy football playoff run after listening to this.
The fantasy football playoffs are here. Alessandro, Kayla, and Kyle talk about Start and Sit decisions for half of the week 14 slate of games. Also, they break down the breaking news that Ron Rivera was fired as Panthers Head Coach. The gang discusses not only the fantasy impact of the Carolina players, but they speculate on some potential replacements.
Special guest Braden Holecek joins to discuss some of the week 13 Fantasy Football matchups. As FPC_Chiefs managing editor, Braden brings his insight for not only 1 but 2 AFC West showdowns. Also included in this episode is a recap of the 3 games that took place on Thanksgiving Thursday.
A fantasy football preview for the second half of the week 12 matchups. In this episode, the late afternoon and night games are examined. Also, a look back on Thursday Night Football between the Colts and Texans.
In this wild Week 12 episode, there are great fantasy football takes. Who is a locked-in starter, who should remain on the bench, and everyone in between. Also, a passionate speech about respect and decency is given in regard to the recent actions of a certain Dolphins player. Also, a glimpse into some future fantasy sports plans and some breaking NHL news.
A jam-packed preview of Wek 11 for fantasy football. It all begins with a Thursday Night recap and the fall out of the events that occurred in that game. That is followed by part of the game previews including some prime-time contests. Also, some strategy on how to approach the late-game players with questionable designations and some interesting backup options to fill out your lineups.
Week 9 fantasy football preview part 2. Half of the week 9 games are analyzed, including Monday Night Football between the Cowboys and Giants. Be sure to join the Full Press Coverage sponsored contest on Statement Games.
Full Press Coverage Jaguars contributor Brad Harvin joins this week to discuss half of the week 9 slate of NFL games and provide fantasy football analysis. Included in this selection of contests is Brad's own Jaguars taking on their division rival the Texans in London.
Week 8 Fantasy Football preview. Going through half of the games and discussing who is worth starting, who is worth sitting and everyone in between. Games include the London contest, as was as both remaining Prime Time matchups.
It's a jam packed episode with NFL trade talk regarding a pair of WRs. After, court is in session as Judge Alessandro (and later Judge Kayla) preside over the podcast to give their calls about Frank Gore and Leonard Fournette in week 8. Start/Maybe/Sit for half of the NFL game slate.
Gavin Frick (@thespurfrick) joins the podcast to finish up the week 7 preview. Among other topics discussed, the Monday Night Football game between the Patriots and the Jets is examined. This will especially be helpful for the Full Press Coverage sponsored contest on Statement Games for NE@NYJ. Also, a Thursday night recap with a QB injury update.
The second half of the Week 6 Fantasy Football preview. The games that are covered include the Monday Night contest between the Lions and the Packers. Also, check out the Full Press Coverage sponsored contest on Statement Games, for that Monday Night game.
Statement Games is hosting a Full Press Coverage sponsored contest for Monday Night Football. On the podcast, that Monday matchup between the Browns- and 49ers is discussed. It's the Fantasy Football preview for week 5. Looking at the Sunday late afternoon slate, as well as the London game and Sunday Night Football. Also, a recap and the takeaways from the Rams-Seahawks Thursday game.
It's week 5 and it's October, so that means month 2 of the NFL season (as well as baseball playoffs). On this episode, it's a preview half of the week 4 matchups for fantasy football. Who to start, who to sit, and everywhere in between. Bonus: talking about the Oakland A's in the upcoming wild card game.
Part 2 of the Week 4 preview of games. That includes the Monday Night game between the Bengals and the Steelers. Also, a recap of the Thursday Night game between the Eagles and the Packers.
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Part 1 of the Week 4 preview. Half of the week 4 games are analyzed, including the Thursday Night matchup between the Eagles and the Packers. Which players should be started and who should be sat? Find out.
The second half of the Week 3 matchup previews for fantasy football. But first, some news regarding the Patriots receiving corps. Afterwards we look back at the results from Thursday Night Football and a look back on a debate from the previous episode.
Court is in session as a new segment is debuted. Kyle and Kayla each state their case as to play Leonard Fournette or not, while Alessandro passes judgement. Next, they look through half of the week 3 games talking about who to start, who to sit, and all the players in between.
A look back at fantasy football performances from the week 2 slate of NFL games. The next steps to be taken coming out of week includes the fallout from some injuries. Among others, the QB situations in New Orleans and Pittsburgh are explored and how they will affect other players.
Part of the week 1 preview. Games include a few divisional rivalry matchups as the Cowboys travel to Washington, the Jaguars face off against the Texans and the Chiefs battle the Raiders. The likely shootout between the Saints and Rams is examined as are other games throughout week 2.
Kyle Senra and Alessandro Senatore have a new co-host. FPC_Dolphins managing editor Kayla Morton joins as a regular part of the Full Press Fantasy Pod. In this episode, half of the week 2 games are examined as our co-hosts give their opinions on the potential fantasy football outlooks for players in this coming week.
For this preview of week 1, Marc Saulino joins to talk about Statement Games, a new format of sports gaming. Marc explains how the game works and gives some examples from the week 1 slate. This includes a contest for the Texans and Saints game on Monday. On top of that, fantasy tips and tricks for week 1, include starting your studs, with some potential exceptions.
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Sam Smith, Full Press Coverage NFL deputy editor and FPC Vikings managing editor, joins the podcast to talk about fantasy football. First, the Vikings are explored, including figuring out the team's WR3. Next, the Colts are the main subject. How will Andrew Luck's retirement change the other Colts players values. Does anyone benefit? All this and more.
Full Press Coverage Texans managing editor, Max Freedman, joins the podcast to talk about fantasy football from the Houston perspective. Topics include Duke Johnson's arrival, the battle for WR #2, the potential for a breakout TE and much more.
Two guests from Full Press Coverage Titans join the podcast to talk fantasy football. Jake Lyman, the FPC_Titans managing editor, and Matt Duckworth bring all of their insight and knowledge to the table. They touch on the (lack of) QB battle, predicting the RB work split, determining the top target on the team and more.
Full Press Coverage Buccaneers managing editor, Philip Schwegler, joins the podcast to talk about the team from Tampa for fantasy football. He answers all relevant questions including who will be the starter at RB, can Winston turn down the turnovers, an ADP battle between Chris Godwin and OJ Howard and more.
The Seahawks may be one of the most run-heavy teams in the NFL, but that does not mean that we will run past them in our team by team series. The depth chart is explored, and ADP is referenced as the fantasy football relevant topics from Seattle are discussed.
While he could not join the podcast, Geoff Lambert from Going for 2 nonetheless provided us with answers to all of our most pressing 49ers questions. How are 1st-team reps being split at RB? Has the Kittle-Gorapolo connection grown? Who will be the starting receivers? All this and more.
For the Steelers episode, Coach Warzu brings his Pittsburgh knowledge and joins the fantasy football talk. Conner vs JuJu? Who is WR #2? How does McDonald fit in? All the answers to these questions and more.
Full Press Coverage Eagles contributor Chris Boughman joins the podcast to talk about all of the fantasy football relevant players in Philadelphia. Topics include the backfield breakdown, determining the top targets, Carson Wentz' health and much more.
Full Press Coverage Raiders managing editor, Terry Biggs, joins the podcast to talk Fantasy Football centered around the Raiders players. All of the important questions are answered. How much work will Josh Jacobs get? Will Antonio Brown remain in the elite tier at WR? Who is the top TE option? All that and more.
Full Press Coverage Giants managing editor, Curtis Rawls, joins the podcast to talk about all of the fantasy relevant players on the Giants roster. Topics include Evan Engram's outlook, the WR depth chart and the argument for Saquon Barkley to be selected 1st overall in drafts.
Full Press Coverage Saints managing editor, John Vogel, joins the podcast to talk about all of the fantasy football relevant topics coming out of New Orleans. Alvin Kamara vs Michael Thomas? Tre'Quan Smith vs Ted Ginn? Jared Cook as the #3 target? All this and more.
Full Press Coverage Patriots managing editor, Mike D'Abate, joins to talk about the team from New England with a fantasy football focus. Topics include the very deep WR depth chart, a change in TE usage, the RB roles and much more.
FPC_Dolphins managing editor, Kayla Morton joins the podcast to discuss everything fantasy relevant about the team from Miami. Topics include the QB battle, identifying the top target on the team, looking at some dark horse candidates and so much more.
Full Press Coverage Editor-in-Chief, Ian Glendon comes on to the podcast to discuss the Los Angeles Rams. While the big questions surrounds Todd Gurley, there are many great topics in this episode. That includes, an update on another player recovering from injury, a look at the TE group and so much more.
In the Chargers episode of team-by-team fantasy outlook series we are joined by Garret Sisti, host of the Lightning Round Podcast. Topics discussed include the implications of the Melvin Gordon holdout, a red-zone battle between Hunter Henry and Mike Williams as well as a look at some fantasy dark horses on the team. All this and more.
FPC_Chiefs managing editor shares his knowledge of all thing NFL in Kansas City. He, Alessandro and Kyle discuss the possibility of a Patrick Mahomes regression, the WR depth chart, how 1st reps are being distributed at RB and so much more.
FPC_Jaguars contributor Brad Harvin joins the podcast to talk about fantasy football. While the focus is on the Jaguars and their receiving corps, Brad drops some general fantasy football tidbits and gives some players to look out for in 2019.
On this episode, we have a host change as Kyle Senra goes from host to special guest. The FPC_Packers managing editor speaks to Alessandro Senatore (the host for this episode) about Green Bay's RB group, the WR depth chart, the TE usage and maybe even some references to DeShone Kizer.
The Detroit Lions have several interesting fantasy football options on their team. Matthew Urben from the LionsWire joins to discuss several topics, including Kerryon Johnson's potential workload, a surprise dark horse on the RB depth chart and figuring out who are the top three targets on the team.
Tyler Makings, from Going for 2, joins to talk about the Denver Broncos. Will Joe Flacco hold the job for the entire season? Who will be his top target when he is behind center? How will the workload be split among the RBs? All this and more.
To cover the Cowboys, Will Steele comes on to the podcast and shares all of his insight regarding Dallas. What is happening with Zeke? Will anyone take his place? How will the targets be distributed? Is there a very important dark horse candidate in Dallas? All this and more from a FPC_Cowboys contributor.
Things get crazy as we talk about the Cleveland Browns. Jeremy Browan and James Koutoulas joins the podcast for this jam packed episode. Topics include Baker Mayfield as an early QB pick in fantasy, who his top targets will be and a Backham-Chubb battle.
Kenny Guthrie, the FPC_Bengals Managing Editor is on the podcast to talk about the team from Cincinnati. While all the headlines surround A.J. Green and his injury, we dive into the other players on the roster. Find out who may step up in Green's place during his absence as well as other Bengals topics.
Former FPC Bears Managing Editor, Eduardo Monk Jr. joins the podcast to talk about the Chicago Bears. All fantasy football relevant topics are discussed, including the way that the passing weapons will used, how the running back playing time will be split and... Mitch Trubisky as an MVP?!?!
For the Panthers episode of the Full Press Coverage team-by-team series, health is a big concern. Topics discussed include Cam Newton's shoulder and throwing motion, Greg Olsen's status, the WR depth chart and so much more.
Talking Buffalo Bills with Derick Levesque, an experienced fantasy football player. All positions are touched upon, even the defense! Emphasis is placed on the offensive skill positions and how 1st-team reps are being divided.
For this installment of the Full Press Fantasy Pod, returning guest Ryan Cearfoss joins to discuss his Baltimore Ravens. While Lamar Jackson's development as a QB is the most important topics, there are important positional battles throughout this roster that are addressed.
On this episode, FPC_Falcons managing editor, Nigel Christianson joins the podcast to talk about training camp for the Falcons. Will Devonta Freeman be a workhorse back? How does the depth chart shape up behind him? What changes did the team make at the offensive line and how will they affect fantasy performances in Atlanta? All this and a status update on Calvin Ridley.
Full Press Cardinals Managing Editor, Ryan Adverderada joins the podcast to talk about Arizona Cardinals training camp. Some of the questions that he answers include how this new-look offense will operate, what should we expect from rookie QB Kyler Murray, how has the WR battle gone so far in training camp, will David Johnson return to his former glory as well as many more.
On this episode, Kyle and Alessandro are joined by Nick "Chalk" and by Full Press Coverage's own Gavin Frick. Draft strategies are discussed, including a case study involving Kyle and Chalk going with different plans in the same draft.
In a time where fantasy football setting were getting stale, a new format saved the day. Our heroes, the SuperFlex Super Friends are here to explain everything about this league type. John Hogue, James Koutoulas and Sam "Stompy" Lane join Alessandro and Kyle to discuss superflex draft strategies, QB evaluations and their own philosophies about the format.
Ryan Cearfoss from Going for 2 join the Full Press Fantasy Pod and brings his 2019 projections for all fantasy relevant players on all teams. Ryan discusses his process for creating these projections and Alessandro and Kyle give their opinions on certain player projections.
The founder of GoingFor2.com and member of DraftKings VoP (Voice of the Player) Geoff Lambert joins the crew and talks about daily fantasy sports. The differences and the similarities to the fantasy football you've been playing!