Don’t Panic….Yet: Week 2 Preview

David Johnson is out for months? Paylines were way down? Alex Smith was the most productive quarterback in the NFL? Is it the end of days? Can we possibly add any more questions to this preview? Fear Not, FigNation! We are back to cap off week 1 with a little levity and Continue reading “Don’t Panic….Yet: Week 2 Preview”

Preseason Week 3: It Just Gets Weirder

When Craig and I hatched this podcast, we envisioned a hobby that we would do in our spare time. Record weekly, do the occasional written piece on the site, and share some of the knowledge we’ve accumulated over 50 years of combined Fantasy Football play. It would be fun! And it is, but then…. the preseason arrived.  Continue reading “Preseason Week 3: It Just Gets Weirder”

How Low Can Zeke Go (In Drafts)?

Craig and I have set up a pretty simple routine for our podcast. We record Wednesdays, proof and master on Thursday and then its scheduled for release every Friday morning at 7 AM local. Once an episode is scheduled for release, I usually sit back and give the weekend to let things develop, check out the preseason games and get caught up on news. This week, Continue reading “How Low Can Zeke Go (In Drafts)?”

Football is Coming: More Training Camp News & Notes

In a word: Distracted! Britt has had a really weird week and so he brings his disjointed thought process to Craig’s House for a beer and some podcast therapy. There will be topics, oh yes, there will be topics including: Colin Kapernick, Anquan Boldin, the decent fantasy players in the Continue reading “Football is Coming: More Training Camp News & Notes”

Going North of the Border

Have you ever been to Canada? Things a re a little different there, mainly in terms of the terminology. I’ve been to St. John, Halifax and Toronto in my journeys and I learned a few things. First, you are not “from America” nor are you “an American”; you are “from the states”. If you tell a Canadian that you’re an American, the response is likely to be Continue reading “Going North of the Border”