In Episode 62 of The GetSportsInfo Podcast I take a quick glance around the NFC South, one of the most exciting divisions in the league from a fantasy perspective.
We continue our divisional previews in Episode 61 of The GetSportsInfo Podcast as I welcomed in Phil Backert from SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio to break down the AFC North.
Everyone loves Super Bowl prop bets, so BetOnline.AG sports book created the worlds first Regular Season Props for the NFL’s biggest stars.
Le’Veon Bell got tagged. What does it mean in fantasy? I welcomed in Ricky Sanders from RotoCurve to discuss just that. Plus, we also wrapped up the Scott Fish Bowl discussion and continue our divisional previews with a look at the NFC West on the 60th episode of The GetSportsInfo Podcast.
LeSean McCoy in the news, the Scoff Fish Bowl and the AFC South are all among the topics on the slate for Episode 59 of The GetSportsInfo Podcast. Jim Day from FightingChanceFantasy.com joined us to break things down.
BetOnline.AG sports book released the worlds first “To Make the Playoffs” odds for the upcoming season. See how your favorite team(s) stacks up according to the oddsmakers.
The calendar has hit July and we are just two months away from kickoff. In Episode 58 of The GetSportsInfo Podcast we kickoff our divisional previews with a look at the NFC East. Our friend in fantasy James Rapien from GetSportsInfo.com, IHeart Media and Fantistics joins us to break things down.
The Kentucky Fantasy Football State Championship (KFFSC) is returning to Cincinnati on Sunday, August 19th for a sixth straight year of high-stakes fantasy football action. The event is set to take place at Jack Cincinnati…
Summer has officially started and training camp will be here before you know it! I’ve already been cranking out 2018 fantasy football content for months at Pro Football Focus. Here’s a look at some of…
In Episode 57 of The GetSporsInfo Podcast I wrap up my early glance at the 2018 fantasy football rankings with a look at the tight end position and identify some early trends developing at the position.