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Fitz on Fantasy returns after a one-week hiatus, which host Pat Fitzmaurice (@Fitz_FF) explains at the top of the show. Then he brings in Joe Bond (F6P_Joe) of FantasySixPack.net and the Fantasy Six Pack hour to discuss some early-season developments. What does the insertion of Taylor Heinicke mean for the Washington offense, and will J.D. McKissic continue to be a thorn in the sides of Antonio Gibson investors? Is it worth keeping Trey Sermon and Brandon Aiyuk on rosters, or are they simply Joe Williams and Dante Pettis 2.0?
Joe talks about his faithful dog, explains the significance of Old Bay Seasoning to Marylanders and, as the host of a show that blends fantasy football and beer-drinking, offers a few IPA recommendations. Joe and Pat discuss whether Courtland Sutton can be a true alpha receiver for Denver and whether all hope is lost for Jacksonville’s WR trio. They also assess the suddenly high-flying Raiders passing game and the fantasy value of Derek Carr, Henry Ruggs, and Bryan Edwards. There’s also some talk about the feast-or-famine Saints, the surging Sam Darnold, the polarizing Kyle Pitts, and the intriguing Cordarrelle Patterson.
Host: Pat Fitzmaurice (@Fitz_FF)
Guest: Joe Bond (@F6P_Joe)
Podcast produced by Colm Kelly (@OvertimeIreland)
Music provided by International Jet Set
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