The NFL Draft Preview with a Twist – 4.20.17

It is our first show for the 2017 season! We will talk about major free agency moves, give you an NFL Draft preview, and then pick the teams that each of us will cover during 2017 season. Who will get the pleasure of covering the Jets or the Niners this year??? The whole tone for the year is determined in this episode. Ashley gets the Seattle Seahawks for a third year in a row, Courtney for the first time will NOT cover her Dolphins, and Brandon (as always) did not get a single team that she wanted. Listen in to see where the other teams fell. Thank you to our sponsors, HelloFresh! Go to www.hellofresh.com and enter promo code HerFFB30 to get $30 off your first week of meals! In case you missed it, the 2017 NFL schedule is LIVE! Check it out HERE And make sure to tune into the NFL Draft from Thursday, April 27 to Saturday, April 29. Tune into SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio to hear our own Brandon Marianne Lee doing live coverage and fantasy football relevant draft coverage. You know that’s what you need!  ...

2016 Draft Edition- 5.5.16

Not only did the 2016 NFL draft take place, which we will talk about today, but we will also be drawing the teams that each of us will be covering for the year on this show. We will really only be covering fantasy relevant players this episode since we are a fantasy football podcast, but all draft picks are important to the overall effectiveness of a team. Who is going to have to cover the ever popular 49ers, let’s find out?   You can also subscribe to us on...

Her Fantasy Football Podcast 5.7.15- Post Draft Edition

We will go team by team and talk about our thoughts on the 2015 draft. Some parts were pretty predictable and others were a bit surprising but that is half the fun of the draft. Let’s see what the new players will bring in terms of 2015 fantasy...

NFL 2015 Draft Tracker

Very few things are as exciting as the NFL Draft. Keeping track of who’s going where and how it will affect the team moving forward, that is when you really get the most out of the experience. If you want a quick look at who has been taken in the draft thus far…below is a tracker to keep you occupied. Link to Draft...

Will New Offensive Coordinator Help New York Giants?

Will new offensive coordinator help New York Giants? Ben McAdoo hopes that he is the man to do the job. In an offseason that saw a shuffling of some of the NFL’s top talent, there has also been a major change of offensive coordinators. A new coordinator can bring renewed hope to those offenses that struggled last year and if you heard Brandon Lee on our Her Fantasy Football Podcast last season you know the Giants were definitely one of the offenses that needed a change. Beware, a new coordinator does not always mean immediate success, in fact a new coordinator means learning a new system instead of refining an old one.   McAdoo comes from the Green Bay Packers where he was most recently the QBs coach. Not a bad addition if you consider that Eli Manning is coming off the worse season of his NFL career. His expertise will no doubt help the struggling QB, but the biggest factor for the Giants success this year will be their offensive line.   While many people will say that Eli is a horrible QB after last year’s performance, there was an underlying reason for his play: the offensive line. The line was terrible last year, one of the worst in the league. The Giants were very busy this offseason by accruing OT Charles Brown, G’s Geoff Schwartz and John Jerry as free agents. They opted to take WR Odell Beckham Jr. with their first round pick and waited till the second round to add C Weston Richburg from Colorado State. History has taught us that a team can have the best skill...

Top Five Rookie Tight Ends to Watch in 2014

Rookie tight ends are not the most reliable of fantasy football players, but the position is so hot and cold you have to take a look at everyone. And before we get too cute, let’s look at Jimmy Graham’s rookie season: 31 receptions, 356 receiving yards, 5 touchdowns - total of 65.6 fantasy points in standard scoring. Take note: with a total of 65.6 points Jimmy would have been the 20th highest scoring fantasy tight end in 2013. Also, he only started 5 games his rookie season - so image how amazing he was as a plug and play. More than with any other position we really mean “watch.” Do not draft these rookie tight ends, but keep an eye out for them and consider each of them for a bye week fill-in. Also, if you play dynasty, you may want to bank on one of these guys later in the draft. It’s a smart move. And here is why: Jace Amaro (New York Jets): He wasn’t the first tight end taken off the board, but in my opinion, he has the greatest potential for early production. The New York Jets picked up a stud wide receiver (Eric Decker) and a stud running back (Chris Johnson) in the off season so you knew they were looking for a stud tight end to round out the pack. Amaro is 6’5″, 260 pounds and Texas Tech mostly used him as an inside receiver which is exactly what he’ll do in MetLife Stadium. He started 10 of 13 games in 2013 and amassed 106 catches for 1.352 yards and seven touchdowns. He...