Catch Jim Saranteas from thefantasygreek.com talking about this week in the NFL with Chris Shanafelt of Sportsman Radio. In this show, among other things, Jim and Chris talk about news that broke this week relating to the Bears, Bills, Broncos, Colts, Giants, Patriots, Ravens, and Saints. Several premier running backs and wide receivers are discussed, as well as some of the interesting situations that have developed for teams like the Browns, Jaguars, Redskins, and Seahawks. LISTEN ANYTIME at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/sportsmanradio/2013/06/15/eps-166-bob-holly-interview-nfl-nba-finals-chat FOLLOW Chris on Twitter @CLS722, Jim @JimSaranteas, Sportsman Radio @SportsManRadio, and The Fantasy Greek @TheFantasyGreek. Thanks for listening and enjoy!
The Browns (5-11) biggest problem in 2012 was getting points on the board. Despite the nay-sayers, Brandon Weeden was certainly an upgrade at the quarterback position as was Josh Gordon at the wide receiver position. Still, offensively, the Browns can do better in both pass and rush offense. The Browns looked like a team that would add another quarterback in free agency, by way of a trade, or in the draft. A big-time, wide receiver that could help open up the field with Gordon (whether in the slot or otherwise) was a top need of the offense entering the off-season. With the tackle positions looking set, Continue reading
Jim Saranteas of TheFantasyGreek.com stops in for his weekly visit with Keith Grieve and Steve Taylor of 87 Sportsfans Radio to talk about some of the week’s biggest football news. They talk about some of the recent news involving Hakeem Nicks and Victor Cruz and how this could impact the Giants offense. The Browns have some key players who have been in and out due to injury, including their premier running back, Trent Richardson. Is it time for fans and fantasy football players to be concerned? And, what about Brandon Weeden? Is he the quarterback of the future for the Browns? There is a bit of Packers-talk, followed up by talk about the Cowboys recent decision to shift the offensive play-calling duties from Jason Garrett to Bill Callahan. Is Jason Garrett on the hot seat or what? Find out. Some Bears-talk is on tap too, especially with the Bears brining in, among others, JaMarcus Russell for a workout. Are the Bears serious? And, what does it all mean Bears fans? The Steelers Ben Roethlisberger is having knee surgery and is out till mini-camp. Should Steelers fans be concerned? Then, there is a bit of Ravens-talk and off the cuff football talk throughout. Listen ANYTIME at http://www.spreaker.com/user/sportsfans_radio/87_live_6_5_13?utm_source=widget The Fantasy Greek chimes in with the stories, and his views at 65:03 of the broadcast. Enjoy!
Catch Jim Saranteas from thefantasygreek.com talking about this week in the NFL with Chris Shanafelt of Sportsman Radio. In this show, among other things, Jim and Chris talk about news that broke this week relating to the Jets, Ravens, Patriots, Chargers, Cardinals, Raiders, Browns, Giants, Eagles, Jaguars, Panthers, Seahawks, and Cowboys. The status of free agents Brian Urlacher and Charles Woodson is discussed. LISTEN ANYTIME at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/sportsmanradio/2013/05/11/eps-154-nfl-draft-talk-w-tfg-jayson-dimanche-intvw FOLLOW Chris on Twitter @CLS722, Jim @JimSaranteas, Sportsman Radio @SportsManRadio, and The Fantasy Greek @TheFantasyGreek! Thanks for listening & enjoy!
The biggest off-season event in professional football, the NFL Draft, is now over. There is likely no one who’s prediction of first round draft picks was close to how most teams picked. For fantasy football fans, it is an exciting time as we begin to consider which rookie draft picks look like fantasy football talent for the upcoming season. Vote in our latest poll as to which rookie Continue reading
Catch Jim Saranteas from thefantasygreek.com talking about the NFL Draft with Chris Shanafelt of Sportsman Radio. In this show, Jim and Chris give their thoughts about, among other things, picks 1 through 16 of the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft! The conversation includes how each and every team did in the draft. LISTEN ANYTIME at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/sportsmanradio/2013/05/04/eps-151-nfl-draft-talk-with-tfg. Please FOLLOW Chris on Twitter @CLS722, Sportsman Radio @SportsManRadio, and The Fantasy Greek @TheFantasyGreek! Also LIKE the show on Facebook at www.facebook.com/sportsmanradio. Thanks for tuning in & enjoy!
The first round of the draft is always the most unpredictable. One week ago, no one would have believed the Dolphins would trade down to the third pick to draft a defensive end as opposed to the best offensive tackle on the board. No one would have believed that DJ Hayden would have been the first defensive back drafted. No one would have believed Continue reading
This year’s draft will likely be the most unpredictable in history. One thing appears certain though. A large number of offensive linemen will be drafted. It is expected that four offensive tackles will be drafted within the first seven picks in the draft. One quarter of the picks will be spent on offensive linemen, tackles and guards. This could be a record! In terms of quarterbacks, at least one quarterback, maybe Continue reading
It’s just three days until the NFL draft! If you can hardly wait, you aren’t alone. Millions feel the same way. This is the last look at the AFC teams and what their positional needs are in the draft. Of interest, AFC teams hold three of the first five draft picks, and seven of the first ten draft picks. So, for those teams in the back half of the draft (half of which are NFC teams) with similar needs, which players the top ten teams draft matters. Continue reading
If you thought the number of quality free agents on defense was thin, it’s even thinner on the offensive side of the ball. Many teams should be set with free agent on offense until after the NF draft which is just days away. Also when the clock struck midnight on Friday, April 19th, restricted free agents like wide receiver Victor Cruz and running back Chris Ivory could no longer negotiate with other teams. Put another way, Continue reading