The Fantasy Authority Fantasy Football Podcast Episode 39, April 19, 2016.
This week we welcome Yahoo Fantasy Football analyst and co-host of the X’s and Y’s podcast, Liz Loza (@lizloza_ff)! The Los Angeles Rams and Tennessee Titans start the draft trades off hot, as they shocked the world last week with a monster trade that moves the Rams from the 15th pick, all the way to number 1! What repercussions will this have on the rest of the draft? Could the Browns be looking to trade out of the two spot as well? We update you with the latest on a deal with the Eagles that could already be in place.
Also in this episode…
- Liz tells us why she thinks the trade is a win for both sides.
- Do the Rams have enough talent on offense to allow a young QB to succeed?
- Liz thinks the Eagles are better off staying put and taking Elliott.
- We as fantasy players may not understand why NFL teams will do anything to get a QB.
- The Browns obviously don’t want either of these QB’s… so who do they want?
- Terrell Watson a deep sleeper at RB? Liz and Travis break down this little known Browns RB.
- Kevin and Anthony like Torrey Smith to have a major bounce back year.
- DeAndre Smelter’s dynasty stock is sky-rocketing, Travis tells us why.
- Duke Johnson has a super low ADP right now, snatch him up while you can!
- Jordan Cameron undervalued? Wait till you hear what Liz has to say about it.
- Comparing Matt Jones to the Thong Song? Yes… that actually happened.
- Derrick Henry seems like a logical fit for the Giants in round 2, but watch out for Ezekiel Elliot at the 10 spot!
- You had keeper questions, we have answers.
What other draft trades would you like to see?
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