The Fantasy Fullback Dive Episode 6: Fantasy Winners and Losers After the NFL Draft

We welcomed back Shamus to read our football fantasies, then dove into the winners and losers of the NFL Draft.

About Us: Why “Fantasy Fullback Dive”? 

Just like the real game, fantasy football is truly a game of inches. From that crucial waiver wire pick-up, to the right draft-day selection in Round 9, fantasy titles are won with those hard-nosed, unsung, fullback-esque moves.  That’s where the astutely researched, undeniably bold, and unfathomably genius opinions of our very-own Wolf and Truth come in. Gritty. Dirty. Always pushing the pile. Gain that crucial yard with the Fantasy Fullback Dive.

The Fantasy Fullback Dive Episode 6:

What players’ stocks have gone up the most since the draft and who took it on the chin the worst?  How much crack did the members of the Chicago Bears’ front office smoke before coming up with their draft strategy?  Can Shamus possibly top last week’s reading of Football Fantasies?  Will the Wolf end up being Joe Namath drunk the entire time he’s in Vegas?  All this and so much more on Episode 6 of the Fantasy Fullback Dive!

Time Stamps:

On Episode 6 of the Fantasy Fullback Dive, the Wolf eagerly anticipates his upcoming trip to Sin City (1:30) and the Truth reveals a gambling sure thing he saw recently (5:08).

We enthusiastically dive into the latest installment of Football Fantasies with Shamus, where he throws out the latest news about Christian McCaffrey (11:24), Ameer Abdullah (15:50), and Doug Martin (19:24).

The Truth asks the Wolf his knee jerk reaction to the Bears seemingly insane draft strategy (26:02) before they dive into football’s biggest fantasy winners (28:39) and losers (45:05) post-draft.

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  • The Truth is the oldest (and wisest) member of the RSJ team. He loves reality TV, is skeptical of pass catching running backs, and thinks John Elway is the greatest quarterback of all time.

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