Fantasy Football Podcast: Week 11

Listen in as Anthony Stalter and I discuss Clinton Portis’ injury, the return of Cadillac Williams and Tatum Bell, Matt Hasselbeck’s back and Willie Parker’s shoulder. We also talk about a couple of quarterbacks that have nice matchups this week.

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(The opening and closing music is Joan Jett’s “Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah)“)

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Fantasy Football Podcast: Week 10

Listen in as Anthony Stalter and I discuss all of the Week 10 happenings, including the DeAngelo Hall release, Brady Quinn’s first start, the Denver and Baltimore running games, and Larry Johnson’s possible return to action. I also throw out a few waiver wire quarterbacks that would be good pickups this week.

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(The opening and closing music is Devo’s “Girl U Want“)

Fantasy Football Podcast #8 (10/23/08)

Listen in as Anthony Stalter and I discuss Brett Favre and “Lionsgate,” the firing of Mike Nolan and how it will affect the 49ers fantasy players, Tony Romo’s injury, the Larry Johnson and Kellen Winslow suspensions, and a couple of this week’s good fantasy matchups (SD/NO and NYG/PIT).

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(The opening and closing music is Ryan Adams’ “To Be Young,” which you might recognize as the opening music to “Old School.”) [iTunes link]

Fantasy Football Podcast #7 (10/15/08)

Listen in as Anthony Stalter and I discuss the Cowboys (Romo, Roy Williams, Pacman), the injuries to Joseph Addai, Willie Parker, Reggie Bush and Kellen Winslow, Shaun Alexander’s prospects in Washington and the Tony Gonzalez situation.

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(The opening and closing music is the criminally underrated Bob Marley song, “Lively Up Yourself,” which is missing from his famous Legend greatest hits compilation.)

Fantasy Football Podcast #6 (10/9/08)

Listen in as Anthony Stalter and I discuss the Giants’ success, Denver’s injuries, the Cowboys/Cardinals game, Jon Kitna’s possible successor, the rise of the “Beard,” and why Anthony hates Matt Prater.

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(The opening and closing music is “The Bucket” by Kings of Leon, which has one of the best opening guitar sequences of the decade. Seriously.)

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