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Podcast: Michael Floyd the Underachiever

November 5, 2014 | By Josh Johnson | comment on this post
Rashad Jennings is dealing with a knee injury for the New York Giants.
Rashad Jennings (knee) is questionable for Sunday’s game. (Robert Sabo/New York Daily News)

On this week’s episode of the RotoRob Fantasy Football Weekly Podcast, heard every Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. EST on Blogtalkradio, Nick Wagner and Josh Johnson were joined by Brad Binns of Moxyball.com.

Among the issues we covered this week were:

  • Why now, Justin Forsett, are you successful?
  • If Michael Irvin played today, the suspensions and fines would be mind boggling, right?
  • Hey, Tony Romo, ask Clayton Kershaw what a long plane ride does for bad back.
  • What should you do with Andre Johnson and Michael Floyd?
  • Michael Vick to Percy Harvin (11 receptions for 129 yards) didn’t spell a win, but is it something we can count on in the future?
  • Sit or Start advice on Kyle Orton vs. KC, Dwayne Bowe @ BUF and Larry Donnell @ SEA.
  • How are the Eagles’ Fantasy weapons affected by Mark Sanchez?
  • Nick rants about the judicial system and the Adrian Peterson situation.
  • We review our waiver wire recommendations.
  • Injury news on Arian Foster and more.
  • ATS with Chuck Podhaisky of Tellusnewsdigest.com.

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 Dayna OG of NFLFemale.com.

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  1. […] Crave more Fantasy football chatter? Then join us every Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. EST for RotoRob Fantasy Football Weekly Podcast on Blogtalkradio as we commit personal fouls and chop-blocks for 90 minutes or so each week. Tune in to this week’s show here. […]