Pat Mayo and Geoff Fienberg debate their WGC Match Play picks, bets and one and done selections for this week’s PGA Tour stop at TPC Harding Park…
On today’s show, Garion Thorne and Chris Meaney debate whether or not Fantasy Baseball players should grab Adeiny Hechavarria off waivers? Can he keep up his current batting trends? Then, the two discuss whether or not fantasy owners should target Carlos Gonzalez as a buy-low candidate.
Pat Mayo breaks down the field at this week’s PGA Tour stop with his WGC Match Play picks, strategy and sleepers.
On today’s show, Gabriel Morency and Pat Mayo preview the WGC Match Play Championship. What do they think of the new format? Then, the two talk about the upcoming NFL Draft. Is Todd Gurley a lock to be the 1st RB off the board?
Yes, we are getting a bigger sample size and therefore are starting to be able to formulate more “realistic” opinions on players. Whose struggles are simple poor luck? Who should we be looking to buy low on? Who should we be sticking with in our lineup and who should we be moving towards our bench? Here are three hitters we’re sticking with, despite their slow starts
As we travel together into week four you may notice some recurring characters in this very space. Through the first two streaming weeks, there have been 28 matchups that have been recommended for streaming and, over those 28 matchups, six pitchers have appeared more than once. Generally if you keep seeing those pitchers here you should probably look into adding them….assuming you are not just in ten team mixed leagues.
Pirates starting pitcher A.J. Burnett tossed two quality starts in Week 3, allowing a total of two runs against the Cubs and Diamondbacks. Burnett was my most confident pick last week, and his ownership rates should see a dramatic increase going forward. Brett Anderson? Not so much. I thought I could trust the oft-injured pitcher to slow down the Giants. But, instead, he gave up four runs in four innings on nine hits.
Pat Mayo and NFL Draft Scout Jayson Braddock complete their final NFL Mock Draft, addressing the key team needs, different selection scenarios for each squad while making picks from the perceptive of what the teams are most likely to do while they’re on the clock.
Last week I looked at some hot starting pitchers. This week we examine some unexpectedly hot hitters. One key to success in fantasy leagues is to quickly identify the true breakout players early in the season and separate them from the fakeout players — those whose success is a mirage. All of the players below are currently ranked among the top 40 hitters in 5×5 leagues in the early part of the season. None of them were ranked in the top 100 hitters in preseason lists, most of them way were not in the top 200 either. Let’s find out if these guys are real gold or fool’s gold
With plenty of talented wide receivers at team’s disposals during this month’s draft, many people have different preferences as to who the top guy is. Some guys gravitate toward the upside and big play ability in Kevin White and DeVante Parker, but for me, the best all-around pass-catcher is Cooper. Here’s a guy (in my John Madden voice) who can seemingly catch anything from anywhere and dominated the NFL Scouting Combine.