Office Chatter’s fantasy football podcast returns with a preview to the last week of the regular season. The fantasy crew discusses whether you should start your studs or play the matchups if you need a big win. Other talk includes Kenyan Drake, if it’s seriously time to consider benching Kareem Hunt, and the big return that everyone is talking about. We finish up with the weekly Start of the Week segment.
The guys are back after the holiday break to bring you Episode 5 of the self-titled podcast. Sticking mostly with NFL this week — we breakdown the benching of Eli Manning, whether or not Michael Crabtree needs to retire, and predictions for some of the close division races. We also debut a new segment — “Jackass of the Week” — where we all pick the week’s most boneheaded move.
Office Chatter’s premier (and only) fantasy football podcast has its second episode. The guys talk about the Woods injury, what to do with the Cowboys running backs, and the potential waiver savior of week 11. Since it was a slow fantasy week, we finish up with our personal busts of the year (and why David Johnson does not count) and our sleeper starts of the week.
The Office Chatter boys are back with episode 4 of their podcast. They discuss NFL Week 10, Tyrod Taylor, and the best 7-2 team in the NFL. The turnover chain makes an appearance as it seems to just about everywhere else. We wrap up with LeBron’s instagram post, Celtics-Warriors showdown, and Kevin tells us his secret support for a soccer team.
Office Chatter’s fantasy football podcast has their pilot episode. Joined by a new crew, Kareem Hunt’s outlook ROS, the Vikings offense, and sit/start of the week are discussed. Also, a notable pickup to grab before the fantasy playoffs.
The Office Chatter gang (minus one) sits down to discuss this past weekend in the NFL, if the Rams are a serious threat, Ben McAdoo being absolutely clueless, hot takes on Jameis Winston & Travis Kelce, MLB Free Agency, if the Celtics will ever lose a game again, and more. Audio is a little spotty due to technical difficulties but we made the most out of it.