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Bo Mitchell, Anthony Maggio and John Tuvey provide all you need to know on a week to week basis to win your fantasy football league.

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NFL Week 16: Championship Week means movie quote BINGO

Mount up! ... It means get on your horses. The Fantasy Football Party-goers unleashed their final episode of the 2018 season on an unsuspecting holiday party in the Beer Hall at JL Beers, dropping knowledge like it was hot and providing a dedicated listener base with all the knowledge necessary to build stacks of cash and take down season-long leagues. Yep. I've said it before and I'll say it again. Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it. Sipping his traditional beverage, Bo reveled in his 50/50 win while reflecting on a season filled with Chubb and Smallwood. Danny, I'm going to give you a little advice. There's a force in the universe that makes things happen; all you have to do is get in touch with it. Stop thinking...let things happen...and be...the ball. Magsh twisted all the dials and knobs, rueing that his upcoming showdown with Bo in their shared dynasty league would be for third place and not a big shiny trophy. And he r...

83 MIN2018 DEC 20
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NFL Week 16: Championship Week means movie quote BINGO

NFL Week 15: Must be time for playoffs, 'cause baby it's cold outside

We really can't stay (Baby, it's cold outside) Two weeks ’til we go away (Baby it's cold outside) This evening has been (Been hoping that you'd drop in) So very nice (On Joshua Allen we’ll roll the dice) Our mothers will start to worry (Don’t start Latavious Murray) Our fathers will be pacing the floor (Need a running back who can score) (Narrator: So evidently not Frank Gore) So really you’d better scurry (We’re toast if Packer fans are the jury) Well maybe just a half a drink more (That JL Beers staff knows what to pour) The listeners might think (Mitch Trubisky’s a Bear) Order up one more drink? (Clay Matthews has pretty hair) We wish we knew how (to quit Tre’Quan Smith—yeow!) To break this spell (First Bo, then 2V… aw, hell! Another zero!) We ought to say no, no, no (For Zubaz use FFPHOHOHO) At least we’re gonna say that we tried (even if we’re playing for pride) We really can't stay (Janikowski had gout) Baby it's cold outside And with that the Fantasy Football Party...

79 MIN2018 DEC 13
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NFL Week 15: Must be time for playoffs, 'cause baby it's cold outside

NFL Week 14: Golden Tate and the Catorce Days of Christmas

On the uno dia de Navidad, the FF Party gave to me… a Stone Xocoveza from JL Beers. On the dos dia de Navidad, the FF Party gave to me… dos Buffalo receivers kicked to the curb. On the tres dia de Navidad, the FF Party gave to me… tres 50/50 lineups to help fill that gaping hole in your roster left by James Connor’s injury and Kareem Hunt’s stupidity. On the quatro dia de Navidad, the FF Party gave to me… quarto active Ravens running backs, making the backfield a muddy quagmire for fantasy owners. On the cinco dia de Navidad, the FF Party gave to me… cinco Golden Tates. (Narrator: That was too easy. Try harder.) On the seis dia de Navidad, the FF Party gave to me… seis Lamar Jackson fumbles. That’s a lot of el droppos for a running back, even if they’re disguised as a quarterback. (Roberto McKenzie: This is too hard. Let’s skip ahead a couple days.) On the nueve dia de Navidad, the FF Party gave to me… another bebe for Rios de Philipo. On the dies dia de Navidad, the FF ...

78 MIN2018 DEC 6
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NFL Week 14: Golden Tate and the Catorce Days of Christmas

NFL Week 13: The selfish, the righteous, and the tyranny of Baker Mayfield

There’s a passage the Fantasy Football Party-goers have memorized. Ezekiel Elliott 25:17. “The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men. Blessed is he who, in the name of charity and good will, shepherds the weak through the valley of the darkness, for he is truly his brother’s keeper and the finder of lost children.” So we’re thinking: maybe James Connor is the evil man. And Baker Mayfield is the righteous man. And Mr. Jonnu Smith here… he’s the shepherd protecting our righteous asses in the valley of darkness. Or it could mean Frank Gore is the righteous man and Anthony Miller is the shepherd and it’s Ricky Seals-Jones that’s evil and selfish. And we’d like that. But that ain’t the truth. The truth is Wendell Smallwood is weak. And Nick Chubb is the tyranny of evil men. But he’s tryin’, Ringo. He’s tryin’ real hard to be the shepherd. Flip open the suitcase and stare in slack-jawed awe as Bo unleash...

79 MIN2018 NOV 29
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NFL Week 13: The selfish, the righteous, and the tyranny of Baker Mayfield

NFL Week 12: Turkey holes, Tre'Quan, and who the bleep is Gus Edwards?

As we gather around the table to give thanks for a third NFL game on Turkey Day so we don’t have to actually interact with relatives, the Fantasy Football Party-goers also give thanks for you, the listener. And pumpkin pie. Don’t ask us to prioritize. Gathering a night early so that our respective families may enjoy the same juvenile humor you the listener are treated to on a weekly basis, the Party-goers dished out regrets from last week (John Harbaugh and his rotating backfield is banished to the kiddie table), passed the plate around a full slate of Week 12 games, and served up three 50/50 lineups so delicious we can guarantee there will be no leftovers. Before you chow down on turkey, stuffing (not dressing), and sweet potatoes (preferably with marshmallows, no raisins please)—or after, we’re not the kind to judge—give a listen as Bo directed traffic to and around the turkey hole, 2V tested the limits of both his Zubaz waistband and the PC tolerance of nearby tables, and Ma...

68 MIN2018 NOV 21
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NFL Week 12: Turkey holes, Tre'Quan, and who the bleep is Gus Edwards?

NFL Week 11: Goodbye Mexico, hello regrets, and revel in Bo's musk

In a way, all of us has an El Guapo to face. For some, shyness might be their El Guapo. For others, a lack of education might be their El Guapo. For us, El Guapo is a big, dangerous man who wants to kill us. But as sure as our names are Lucky Day, Ned Nederlander, and Dusty Bottoms… uh, Anthony Maggio, Bo Mitchell, and John Tuvey, the people of Santa Poco—and anyone anywhere who hears our podcast—can conquer their own personal El Guapo, who also happens to be *the actual* El Guapo! No one was more excited for Mexico to host a real live NFL game than the Spanish-speaking—or at least the Mexican food-loving—hosts of the Fantasy Football Party podcast. We had our Spanish sounders queued up, our guacamole ready to spread… and then the NFL goes and moves the game to the City of Angels because the field looked like a Bea Arthur Brazilian gone horribly awry. Still, we persevered. (Narrator: Way to gut it out, hombres). There were the usual… what’s Spanish for shenanigans? El shenan...

70 MIN2018 NOV 15
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NFL Week 11: Goodbye Mexico, hello regrets, and revel in Bo's musk

NFL Week 10: Regrets (not the voting kind), Florida (more regrets) and God Bless America

America needs a podcast like the Fantasy Football Party. Other podcasts are made by people who came here illegally from other planets, beat puppies with wet noodles and metal tubing, and are beholden to the kicker lobbyists for lineup information. We’re almost 100 percent sure that’s true. And if it’s not, who cares? Health care industry lobbyists injured your players on purpose. They’re passing legislation that will prevent you from starting players with pre-existing conditions, even if they’re not on the injury report. And don’t even get us started about incompletions without representation. As the country pulls itself together following the latest round of divisive elections, there’s no better time to turn to the Fantasy Football Party to put a turkey hole on every table and a Chubb in every lineup. Thankfully, the political attack ads are behind us for at least a week or so, allowing us to turn our full attention to the fantasy football homestretch. And along those lines,...

64 MIN2018 NOV 8
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NFL Week 10: Regrets (not the voting kind), Florida (more regrets) and God Bless America

NFL Week 9: Road Warrior, Hagrid and ... Bo talk trades, firings and candy

Bo was checking FantasyLabs late one night When his eyes beheld an eerie sight It wasn’t 2V gulping down fries Instead he got a big surprise He lost to Magsh He lost 50/50 to Magsh That bastard Magsh Part of the FFP menage Four wins for Magsh It’s a fact we can’t dodge All hail to Magsh He’s the king of the lodge Yes, your beloved Fantasy Football Party-goers cashed in their trick-or-treating candy early enough to make it to JL Beers in Burnsville to record the Week 9 podcast. The combination of tasty beverages, the sugar high, and a combined century-plus of juvenile humor led to a show that has been recorded for posterity. You’ll be party to history just listening to it. Even with six teams on the bye the Party-goers found plenty to talk about, from a double regret stemming from placing opportunity above talent to half-owned guys you can use to fully own your league to a complete breakdown of all the fantasy-relevant news from this week’s games—and plenty of non-relevant det...

77 MIN2018 NOV 1
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NFL Week 9: Road Warrior, Hagrid and ... Bo talk trades, firings and candy

NFL Week 8: Morning is sooner in London, Richard's rocketing, and we're going streaking!

The Fantasy Football Party is a safe place. A place where we can feel free sharing our feelings. Think of our office in the beer hall at JL Beers in Burnsville as a nest in a tree of trust and understanding. We can say anything here. Anything? Well, uh, I guess Bo, deep down, is feeling a little confused. I mean, suddenly, you set a 50/50 record and you’re supposed to be this entirely different guy. But he doesn’t feel different. I mean, take yesterday for example. We were out at the Olive Garden for a show meeting, which was lovely. And, uh, Bo happens to look over at a certain point during the meal and see Nick Chubb, and he found himself wondering what color his Under Armour might be. Uh, odds are they are probably basic white, cotton Under Armour. But he sort of thinks, well, maybe they’re spandex, maybe it’s blaze orange. Maybe it’s something really cool that we don’t even know about, you know, and uh, he started feeling… what? Wait, I thought we were in the trust tree i...

78 MIN2018 OCT 25
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NFL Week 8: Morning is sooner in London, Richard's rocketing, and we're going streaking!

NFL Week 7: Brocktoberfest, Brock Lobster and Fraggle Brock

It’s October, which means many things to many people. The leaves are changing colors, the fantasy football season is reaching its midpoint, and Oktoberfest celebrations bring ales of many flavors to great beer halls like the one at JL Beers in Burnsville. It’s also the official “Cancer is Bad” month in the NFL, which is a serious event indeed… though the Fantasy Football Party-goers, in their own inimitable way, managed to find a silly side to Bo’s visit to Dr. Jellyfinger. (Narrator: Well, it is. Bad. Cancer, I mean) But before things spiraled completely out of control—the show, not the outpatient procedure—the Party-goers managed to break down a slate of games with four teams on the bye, drafted a lineup of players at least half of you apparently hate, and opened up about their immediate regrets. Let’s just say Bo’s involved the dearth of lubricants in the medical profession and leasing rubber gloves with an option to buy. (Narrator: Bo doesn’t have any. Elephant books....

74 MIN2018 OCT 18
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NFL Week 7: Brocktoberfest, Brock Lobster and Fraggle Brock

Latest Episodes

NFL Week 16: Championship Week means movie quote BINGO

Mount up! ... It means get on your horses. The Fantasy Football Party-goers unleashed their final episode of the 2018 season on an unsuspecting holiday party in the Beer Hall at JL Beers, dropping knowledge like it was hot and providing a dedicated listener base with all the knowledge necessary to build stacks of cash and take down season-long leagues. Yep. I've said it before and I'll say it again. Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it. Sipping his traditional beverage, Bo reveled in his 50/50 win while reflecting on a season filled with Chubb and Smallwood. Danny, I'm going to give you a little advice. There's a force in the universe that makes things happen; all you have to do is get in touch with it. Stop thinking...let things happen...and be...the ball. Magsh twisted all the dials and knobs, rueing that his upcoming showdown with Bo in their shared dynasty league would be for third place and not a big shiny trophy. And he r...

83 MIN2018 DEC 20
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NFL Week 16: Championship Week means movie quote BINGO

NFL Week 15: Must be time for playoffs, 'cause baby it's cold outside

We really can't stay (Baby, it's cold outside) Two weeks ’til we go away (Baby it's cold outside) This evening has been (Been hoping that you'd drop in) So very nice (On Joshua Allen we’ll roll the dice) Our mothers will start to worry (Don’t start Latavious Murray) Our fathers will be pacing the floor (Need a running back who can score) (Narrator: So evidently not Frank Gore) So really you’d better scurry (We’re toast if Packer fans are the jury) Well maybe just a half a drink more (That JL Beers staff knows what to pour) The listeners might think (Mitch Trubisky’s a Bear) Order up one more drink? (Clay Matthews has pretty hair) We wish we knew how (to quit Tre’Quan Smith—yeow!) To break this spell (First Bo, then 2V… aw, hell! Another zero!) We ought to say no, no, no (For Zubaz use FFPHOHOHO) At least we’re gonna say that we tried (even if we’re playing for pride) We really can't stay (Janikowski had gout) Baby it's cold outside And with that the Fantasy Football Party...

79 MIN2018 DEC 13
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NFL Week 15: Must be time for playoffs, 'cause baby it's cold outside

NFL Week 14: Golden Tate and the Catorce Days of Christmas

On the uno dia de Navidad, the FF Party gave to me… a Stone Xocoveza from JL Beers. On the dos dia de Navidad, the FF Party gave to me… dos Buffalo receivers kicked to the curb. On the tres dia de Navidad, the FF Party gave to me… tres 50/50 lineups to help fill that gaping hole in your roster left by James Connor’s injury and Kareem Hunt’s stupidity. On the quatro dia de Navidad, the FF Party gave to me… quarto active Ravens running backs, making the backfield a muddy quagmire for fantasy owners. On the cinco dia de Navidad, the FF Party gave to me… cinco Golden Tates. (Narrator: That was too easy. Try harder.) On the seis dia de Navidad, the FF Party gave to me… seis Lamar Jackson fumbles. That’s a lot of el droppos for a running back, even if they’re disguised as a quarterback. (Roberto McKenzie: This is too hard. Let’s skip ahead a couple days.) On the nueve dia de Navidad, the FF Party gave to me… another bebe for Rios de Philipo. On the dies dia de Navidad, the FF ...

78 MIN2018 DEC 6
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NFL Week 14: Golden Tate and the Catorce Days of Christmas

NFL Week 13: The selfish, the righteous, and the tyranny of Baker Mayfield

There’s a passage the Fantasy Football Party-goers have memorized. Ezekiel Elliott 25:17. “The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men. Blessed is he who, in the name of charity and good will, shepherds the weak through the valley of the darkness, for he is truly his brother’s keeper and the finder of lost children.” So we’re thinking: maybe James Connor is the evil man. And Baker Mayfield is the righteous man. And Mr. Jonnu Smith here… he’s the shepherd protecting our righteous asses in the valley of darkness. Or it could mean Frank Gore is the righteous man and Anthony Miller is the shepherd and it’s Ricky Seals-Jones that’s evil and selfish. And we’d like that. But that ain’t the truth. The truth is Wendell Smallwood is weak. And Nick Chubb is the tyranny of evil men. But he’s tryin’, Ringo. He’s tryin’ real hard to be the shepherd. Flip open the suitcase and stare in slack-jawed awe as Bo unleash...

79 MIN2018 NOV 29
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NFL Week 13: The selfish, the righteous, and the tyranny of Baker Mayfield

NFL Week 12: Turkey holes, Tre'Quan, and who the bleep is Gus Edwards?

As we gather around the table to give thanks for a third NFL game on Turkey Day so we don’t have to actually interact with relatives, the Fantasy Football Party-goers also give thanks for you, the listener. And pumpkin pie. Don’t ask us to prioritize. Gathering a night early so that our respective families may enjoy the same juvenile humor you the listener are treated to on a weekly basis, the Party-goers dished out regrets from last week (John Harbaugh and his rotating backfield is banished to the kiddie table), passed the plate around a full slate of Week 12 games, and served up three 50/50 lineups so delicious we can guarantee there will be no leftovers. Before you chow down on turkey, stuffing (not dressing), and sweet potatoes (preferably with marshmallows, no raisins please)—or after, we’re not the kind to judge—give a listen as Bo directed traffic to and around the turkey hole, 2V tested the limits of both his Zubaz waistband and the PC tolerance of nearby tables, and Ma...

68 MIN2018 NOV 21
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NFL Week 12: Turkey holes, Tre'Quan, and who the bleep is Gus Edwards?

NFL Week 11: Goodbye Mexico, hello regrets, and revel in Bo's musk

In a way, all of us has an El Guapo to face. For some, shyness might be their El Guapo. For others, a lack of education might be their El Guapo. For us, El Guapo is a big, dangerous man who wants to kill us. But as sure as our names are Lucky Day, Ned Nederlander, and Dusty Bottoms… uh, Anthony Maggio, Bo Mitchell, and John Tuvey, the people of Santa Poco—and anyone anywhere who hears our podcast—can conquer their own personal El Guapo, who also happens to be *the actual* El Guapo! No one was more excited for Mexico to host a real live NFL game than the Spanish-speaking—or at least the Mexican food-loving—hosts of the Fantasy Football Party podcast. We had our Spanish sounders queued up, our guacamole ready to spread… and then the NFL goes and moves the game to the City of Angels because the field looked like a Bea Arthur Brazilian gone horribly awry. Still, we persevered. (Narrator: Way to gut it out, hombres). There were the usual… what’s Spanish for shenanigans? El shenan...

70 MIN2018 NOV 15
Comments
NFL Week 11: Goodbye Mexico, hello regrets, and revel in Bo's musk

NFL Week 10: Regrets (not the voting kind), Florida (more regrets) and God Bless America

America needs a podcast like the Fantasy Football Party. Other podcasts are made by people who came here illegally from other planets, beat puppies with wet noodles and metal tubing, and are beholden to the kicker lobbyists for lineup information. We’re almost 100 percent sure that’s true. And if it’s not, who cares? Health care industry lobbyists injured your players on purpose. They’re passing legislation that will prevent you from starting players with pre-existing conditions, even if they’re not on the injury report. And don’t even get us started about incompletions without representation. As the country pulls itself together following the latest round of divisive elections, there’s no better time to turn to the Fantasy Football Party to put a turkey hole on every table and a Chubb in every lineup. Thankfully, the political attack ads are behind us for at least a week or so, allowing us to turn our full attention to the fantasy football homestretch. And along those lines,...

64 MIN2018 NOV 8
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NFL Week 10: Regrets (not the voting kind), Florida (more regrets) and God Bless America

NFL Week 9: Road Warrior, Hagrid and ... Bo talk trades, firings and candy

Bo was checking FantasyLabs late one night When his eyes beheld an eerie sight It wasn’t 2V gulping down fries Instead he got a big surprise He lost to Magsh He lost 50/50 to Magsh That bastard Magsh Part of the FFP menage Four wins for Magsh It’s a fact we can’t dodge All hail to Magsh He’s the king of the lodge Yes, your beloved Fantasy Football Party-goers cashed in their trick-or-treating candy early enough to make it to JL Beers in Burnsville to record the Week 9 podcast. The combination of tasty beverages, the sugar high, and a combined century-plus of juvenile humor led to a show that has been recorded for posterity. You’ll be party to history just listening to it. Even with six teams on the bye the Party-goers found plenty to talk about, from a double regret stemming from placing opportunity above talent to half-owned guys you can use to fully own your league to a complete breakdown of all the fantasy-relevant news from this week’s games—and plenty of non-relevant det...

77 MIN2018 NOV 1
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NFL Week 9: Road Warrior, Hagrid and ... Bo talk trades, firings and candy

NFL Week 8: Morning is sooner in London, Richard's rocketing, and we're going streaking!

The Fantasy Football Party is a safe place. A place where we can feel free sharing our feelings. Think of our office in the beer hall at JL Beers in Burnsville as a nest in a tree of trust and understanding. We can say anything here. Anything? Well, uh, I guess Bo, deep down, is feeling a little confused. I mean, suddenly, you set a 50/50 record and you’re supposed to be this entirely different guy. But he doesn’t feel different. I mean, take yesterday for example. We were out at the Olive Garden for a show meeting, which was lovely. And, uh, Bo happens to look over at a certain point during the meal and see Nick Chubb, and he found himself wondering what color his Under Armour might be. Uh, odds are they are probably basic white, cotton Under Armour. But he sort of thinks, well, maybe they’re spandex, maybe it’s blaze orange. Maybe it’s something really cool that we don’t even know about, you know, and uh, he started feeling… what? Wait, I thought we were in the trust tree i...

78 MIN2018 OCT 25
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NFL Week 8: Morning is sooner in London, Richard's rocketing, and we're going streaking!

NFL Week 7: Brocktoberfest, Brock Lobster and Fraggle Brock

It’s October, which means many things to many people. The leaves are changing colors, the fantasy football season is reaching its midpoint, and Oktoberfest celebrations bring ales of many flavors to great beer halls like the one at JL Beers in Burnsville. It’s also the official “Cancer is Bad” month in the NFL, which is a serious event indeed… though the Fantasy Football Party-goers, in their own inimitable way, managed to find a silly side to Bo’s visit to Dr. Jellyfinger. (Narrator: Well, it is. Bad. Cancer, I mean) But before things spiraled completely out of control—the show, not the outpatient procedure—the Party-goers managed to break down a slate of games with four teams on the bye, drafted a lineup of players at least half of you apparently hate, and opened up about their immediate regrets. Let’s just say Bo’s involved the dearth of lubricants in the medical profession and leasing rubber gloves with an option to buy. (Narrator: Bo doesn’t have any. Elephant books....

74 MIN2018 OCT 18
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NFL Week 7: Brocktoberfest, Brock Lobster and Fraggle Brock

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