Chris Meaney (@chrismeaney) brings in Vlad Sedler (@RotoGut) of Fantasy Guru to talk about the shortstop position. How high should Trea Turner really go in fantasy baseball drafts? What does the move to San Diego do for Manny Machado and how far should Francisco Lindor fall before you take him? Chris and Vlad answer it all, while running through a few bounce back candidates, fades and late round targets. They project what to expect from some of the new blood at the position, including Fernando Tatis Jr. Meaney and Sedler also touch on the latest when it comes to Clayton Kershaw and Luis Severino.
By Any Means Necessary
Chris Meaney brings in Rob Grimwood from Across the Fantasy Pond to recap Thursday’s 13-10 win by the Dallas Cowboys over the New Orleans Saints. The also preview Week 13 in the NFL from a betting and fantasy stand point. Now is the time where many owners are left with tough decisions as they fight for the fantasy football playoffs. They discuss who to start and who to sit, as well as who to stash for the playoffs including Spencer Ware, Malcolm Brown and Chris Conley.
Chris Meaney brings in Jim Sannes from NumberFire to preview Week 11 from a fantasy football, betting and DFS standpoint. They run through each game, picking winners and matchups to exploit. They also recap last night’s game between the Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers.
Chris Meaney brings in Garion Thorne from DraftKings to discuss Thursday night’s 52-21 Pittsburgh win over Carolina. The duo talk about what to expect out of the backfield when Le’Veon Bell returns to the Steelers. They also break down Week 10 from a betting and fantasy standpoint, touching on Kenyan Drake, John Ross, Maurice Harris, Robert Woods and more. It’s all things sports this week as Meaney and Thorne talk about where they think Bryce Harper will end up, how the Toronto Raptors are different this season and where Stephen Curry owners should go to replace him in fantasy basketball.
Chris Meaney brings in Jon Collins from Locker Room Fantasy Sports to talk about why he started Nick Mullens in fantasy Thursday night, and what he expects from him going forward. Meaney and Collins break down the 49ers and Raiders game, go through all the injury news heading into Week 9, while previewing each game from a betting and fantasy standpoint. They also dig up a few deep sleepers for DFS purposes.
Chris Meaney brings in Jake Ciely of The Athletic to talk about last night’s Eagles and Giants game. They touch on the struggles of Eli Manning and what it means for Odell Beckham Jr. going forward. Do you want him on your fantasy team? What was the big takeaway in Philadelphia’s backfield and do they need to make a trade at RB? Meaney and Ciely also run through every matchup this week.
Chris Meaney brings in Mike Omelan to talk about Thursday night’s shootout between the Minnesota Vikings and Los Angeles Rams. They suggest a few upside plays if you happen to be down big in your matchup. They also chat about Dalvin Cook’s outlook going forward while suggesting a few buy-low and sell-high candidates. Meaney and Omelan break down all the big injuries heading into Week 4, while previewing each game from a fantasy and betting standpoint.
Chris Meaney brings in Neil Parker as they gush over Baker Mayfield’s NFL debut, which resulted in a Cleveland Browns win for the first time in 635 days. The duo discuss the Browns’ outlook going forward and wonder if it’s time to drop Robby Anderson. Meaney and Parker touch on all the impactful injuries in Week 3, including Aaron Rodgers and Dalvin Cook. They also run through every game while providing a DFS twist.
Chris Meaney brings in Jake Ciely, Senior Writer at The Athletic to talk all things Fantasy Football for Week 1. The duo discuss what to do with Le’Veon Bell and James Conner. Where they have them pre-ranked heading into Sunday and if you should be buying or selling the two Steelers’ backs. What to make of the Falcons’ struggles in Philadelphia again. Meaney and Ciely also run through each game putting a fantasy spin on things.