Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with a quick recap on Thursday night's contest between the Panthers and Buccaneers (0:54) and gives his thoughts on Jameis Winston (1:22), Chris Godwin/Mike Evans (2:47), O.J. Howard (3:14), Peyton Barber/Ronald Jones (3:58), Cam Newton (4:40), Christian McCaffrey (4:48), and D.J. Moore/Curtis Samuel. Jeff then breaks down his core plays for the main DFS slate at DraftKings this week (10:50). He wraps up the show with a stat to know from all of the remain 15 games on the Week 2 NFL slate (14:23).
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with a look at the latest fantasy football news from around the NFL, including Hunter Henry's knee injury (1:07), Sam Darnold sidelined for a few weeks (4:40), Joe Mixon's practice status (5:53), Derrius Guice's knee injury (6:30), Antonio Brown's Week 2 status (7:39), and more. Jeff then gives a few thoughts on Thursday Night Football (10:24), and then dives into wide receiver matchups for Week 2 and gives you upgrades and downgrades at the positon (11:50).
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with some thoughts on the latest news on Antonio Brown regarding the sexual assault and rape allegations against the wideout that emerged on Tuesday evening (1:02). He then dives into his Week 2 fantasy football rankings and goes position-by-position to give you his rankings for quarterback (3:38), running back (6:32), wide receiver (12:08), and tight end (16:51).
Jeff Ratcliffe dives into the first waiver wire run of the season and gives some general advice on how to attack waivers early in the year (0:54). Jeff then dives into his top adds of the week going from shallow to deep leagues and gives you his waivers adds at quarterback (6:30), running back (8:40), wide receiver (14:47), tight end (20:21), and team defense (22:30).
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's episode with a few stats from last season to show you why you shouldn't read too much into what happens in Week 1. He then dives into the biggest injuries of the week. Jeff then goes game-by-game and breaks down the key fantasy football takeaways from each contest.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's episode with a few stats from last season to show you why you shouldn't read too much into what happens in Week 1 (0:53). He then dives into the biggest injuries of the week (2:50). Jeff then goes game-by-game and breaks down the key fantasy football takeaways from each contest (4:25).
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with a quick update on Antonio Brown's situation (1:15). He then dives into the season opener (2:52) and breaks down which players are trending up, trending down, and holding steady (3:44). Jeff then gives his core plays for the main DFS slate at DraftKings this week (10:45). He wraps up the show with a stat to know from all of the remain 15 games on the Week 1 NFL slate (13:10).
Jeff Ratcliffe hits the ground running on today's podcast and dives right into the breaking news that Antonio Brown could be suspended by the Oakland Raiders (1:26). Jeff also talks about Melvin Gordon and the Chargers backfield (3:20) and why you should be patient with young running backs (4:08). Jeff then gives some gambling insights into Thursday night's season open (5:57). He wraps things up with a look at the wide receivers with matchup upgrades and downgrades in Week 1 (13:11).
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with his reaction to the news that Ezekiel Elliott and the Cowboys agreed to a new contract (1:04). Jeff discusses the fantasy fallout for Zeke in Week 1 (2:30) and what you should do with Tony Pollard (3:38). Jeff also checks in on Melvin Gordon's holdout (4:50) and breaks down how he thinks the touches will be distributed between Austin Ekeler and Justin Jackson (5:54). Jeff then dives into the first pass of his fantasy football rankings for Week 1 (7:13) and provides his top players at quarterback (8:15), running back (10:28), wide receiver (16:56), and tight end (20:15).
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Jeff Ratcliffe is back! He dives into the fantasy fallout from roster cutdown day (1:00), kicking things off with how to value Devin Singletary in the Bills backfield (2:20). Jeff then turns his attention to the Chiefs, breaking down Damien Williams, LeSean McCoy, and Darwin Thompson (5:15). He then rolls into the Texans' backfield and discusses the impact Carlos Hyde will have on Duke Johnson (8:38). Jeff then updates the Ezekiel Elliott situation and lets you know what he's doing with Tony Pollard (13:58). He next touches on the Chargers backfield with Melvin Gordon expected to miss at least Week 1 (16:08). Jeff wraps things up with some thoughts on Derrius Guice and some early Week 1 injury notes (18:28).
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off todays show with the news that Jerry Jones expects Ezekiel Elliott to miss regular season games (1:11). Jeff breaks down where he's taking Zeke in drafts and uses this topic as a starting spot for some key tips as we wind down the fantasy football draft season (1:27). He then gives a few quick thoughts on how to get starting in sports betting and player props (7:37). Jeff also discusses why you don't want to roster Kareem Hunt (9:43) and the latest on Jadeveon Clowney (11:40). Jeff wraps up today's show with some players who stood out in the Week 4 preseason contests from Thursday night (15:06).
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with a look at the most recent fantasy football news from around the NFL, including what to make of Eric Williams' hunch that Melvin Gordon will be back with the Chargers before Week 1, Jerick McKinnon suffering another setback, the Bucs looking to ride the hot hand in their backfield, and Jalen Ramsey set to shadow Tyreek Hill in Week 1. Jeff then dives into his Love List and gives you some players who he loves in fantasy football drafts. Target these players in any remaining drafts you have this weekend.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with a look at the most recent fantasy football news from around the NFL, including what to make of Eric Williams' hunch that Melvin Gordon will be back with the Chargers before Week 1 (2:19), Jerick McKinnon suffering another setback (5:04), the Bucs looking to ride the hot hand in their backfield (6:30), and Jalen Ramsey set to shadow Tyreek Hill in Week 1 (8:13). Jeff then dives into his Love List and gives you some players who he loves in fantasy football drafts. Target these players in any remaining drafts you have this weekend (13:00).
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's podcast with a look at the biggest fantasy football news from around the NFL including a possible trade brewing between the Dolphins and Texans (1:27), could Melvin Gordon return before Week 1 (3:58), and injury updates for D.K. Metcalf (5:10), DeSean Jackson (5:17), Keke Coutee (6:37), Cam Newton (6:44), and Jordan Reed (6:49). Jeff then gives some thoughts on adding more starting spots to fantasy leagues (7:04) and goes on a rant about trade vetoes (13:07). Jeff wraps up the show with his list of deep breakout candidates who you can get after Round 10 of fantasy drafts (16:07).
Jeff Ratcliffe breaks down the fantasy football implications of Andrew Luck's surprise retirement. Jeff gives his thoughts on the new fantasy outlooks for Jacoby Brissett, T.Y. Hilton, Eric Ebron, and Marlon Mack. Jeff then dives into what to expect for Duke Johnson and the Texans backfield following Lamar Miller's season-ending knee injury. Jeff then closes the show with insights from the third week of the preseason and breaks down key snap data to decipher each NFL backfield.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with what we learned from Thursday night's preseason action (0:40). Topics include: Derrius Guice's return (1:17), a Cam Newton injury scare (3:18), J.J. Arcega-Whiteside balling out(4:36), Leonard Fournette playing an every-down role (6:10), Kalen Ballage struggles (7:12), Jakobi Meyers' hot preseason continues (8:15), is Justice Hill worth drafting (8:50), and Rodney Anderson gets back on the field (10:43). Jeff then breaks down where he's willing to draft Ezekiel Elliott (13:38), Melvin Gordon (17:17), Antonio Brown (18:38), and Andrew Luck (19:48) in fantasy football drafts this weekend.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with an update on Melvin Gordon's holdout (spoiler: it isn't good news) (1:10). He then discusses Anthony Miller's ankle injury (3:25), Darwin Thompson continuing to gain momentum (4:21), Alexander Mattison getting some buzz (5:04), Michael Crabtree signed by the Cardinals (7:51), D.K. Metcalf trending in the right direction to get back on the field soon (8:26), why we shouldn't worry about what Randy Fichtner said about Vance McDonald's snaps (8:48), Darrell Henderson's expected workload (9:49), Rashaad Penny fading on the Seahawks' depth chart (11:22), and how to interpret reports from beat writers. Jeff then gives you some tips on player prop bet strategy (14:00) and breaks down some of his favorite player prop bets right now (18:58).
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with some thoughts on the Ezekiel Elliott holdout and why we need to be taking Tony Pollard for real. Jeff then dives into his fantasy football intel from episode 3 of Hard Knocks, including more insights into Antonio Brown's situation, Darren Waller trending up, and optimism for Hunter Renfrow's dynasty stock. Jeff then wraps up the show with the biggest ADP movers and shakers and breaks down how this movement impacts your upcoming fantasy football drafts.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with some quick thoughts on the San Francisco 49ers and Denver Broncos Week 2 preseason game, including what to think of Jimmy Garoppolo's performance (0:21), Raheem Mostert is a preseason hall of famer (0:55), and Emmanuel Sanders hasn't skipped a beat (1:27). Jeff then dives into some preseason snap data (2:28) and pulls out some very interesting insights from the Ravens (4:40), Cowboys (7:34), Broncos (10:05), and Seahawks backfields (11:20). He then wraps things up with his strategy with risk in fantasy football drafts (14:30) and gives you nine buyer beware players (15:50).
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with his thoughts on where we should be ranking (0:38) and drafting Josh Gordon (2:22) after the Patriots wide receiver was reinstated by the NFL. Jeff also checks in on the latest from the Antonio Brown helmet saga, as the Raiders wideout is currently not in training camp (4:10). Jeff then breaks down a perfect fantasy football draft out of the 1.05 spot (7:22) giving thoughts on roster construction in the early rounds out of this position (8:30) and how to attack the middle (17:18) and late rounds of your draft (19:40).
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with five fantasy football takeaways from Thursday night's Week 2 action (1:15), including Kyler Murray's rough outing (1:30), Miles Sanders running hot (4:30), Ty Montgomery emerging as Le'Veon Bell's handcuff (5:59), Adrian Peterson flashing vintage form (7:03), and Justice Hill posting a quality stat line (8:05). Jeff then dives into his quarterback rankings (9:38) and rounds out the show with his tight end rankings (20:00).
It's fantasy football draft season! On today's podcast, Jeff Ratcliffe dives deep into auction draft strategy (1:15) and gives you his 10 tips for fantasy football auction drafts (2:27). Jeff tells you how to allocate your budget (4:10), the importance of calculating player auction values (7:24), why you should know your league's tendencies (8:36), why tiers are important in auctions (10:44), what to do when you nominate (14:25), the difference between spending and overspending (17:00), how to exploit your opponents (19:48), why you need to detach from emotion (21:08), why you need to take advantage of your opponent's emotion (22:19), and what to do with kickers and team defense (23:18).
It's fantasy football draft season! Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's PFF Fantasy Football podcast with some thoughts on the Andrew Luck injury news (0:31). He tells you where Luck fell in his rankings (2:53) and discusses where he'd be comfortable drafting Luck (4:55). Jeff then gives you the fantasy football intel from episode 2 of Hard Knocks (6:11), with insight into Antonio Brown's situation (6:21) and a rookie wide receiver to keep an eye on (7:03). Jeff then dives into his top 50 wide receiver rankings (8:25). Topics include: the top-tier wideouts, should you move T.Y. Hilton down in your rankings (11:30), which Vikings wideout should you draft first (12:50), why Julian Edelman is a bust candidate (13:27), question marks for Mike Williams (19:03), is Christian Kirk a better fantasy option than Larry Fitzgerald (20:50), Dante Pettis' outlook this season (22:11), which Steelers' wideout to draft in the late rounds (24:07), Anthony Miller's upside (24:22), and much more.
It's fantasy football draft season! Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with a quick update on the Antonio Brown situation and tells you if this moves the needle for his fantasy value on Brown (2:10). Jeff then dives into his top 50 running back rankings for 2019 fantasy football (3:26). Jeff gives you his top tier of running backs (3:38), tells you what he's doing with the fourth pick in fantasy football drafts (6:27), gives an updated ranking for Ezekiel Elliott (9:32), breaks down running backs at the back end of the RB1 (10:35), talks about Leonard Fournette's role in Jacksonville (12:45), continues to hold his ground on Damien Williams (14:15), discusses what to do about Melvin Gordon (16:38), breaks down the difference between Josh Jacobs and David Montgomery (17:32), talks about why pass-catching specialists like James White are volatile for fantasy (19:19), discusses the 49ers backfield (21:24), gives thoughts on Derrius Guice (23:41), updates Duke Johnson's ranking (24:11), and much more.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with his thoughts on the most recent Antonio Brown news (0:30) and gives you his fantasy football value breaking points (5:07) on when is the earliest to draft AJ Green (6:28), Ezekiel Elliott (8:15), Melvin Gordon (8:55), and Brown (9:35) if you're drafting this week. He then tells you how to adjust your draft strategy in leagues that award six points for passing touchdowns (10:33). Jeff wraps things up with his biggest takeaways from the Friday (15:31) and Saturday preseason games (21:15).