Matthew Berry is on the Mt. Rushmore of fantasy football analysts. His new daily show will continue what he does best: rankings, waiver wire advice, who to start, who to sit, and his popular love/hate analysis. Make sure to check out the video version on Peacock and on the NFL on NBC YouTube Channel.
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September 22: Matthew (@MatthewBerryTMR), Jay Croucher (@croucherJD) and Connor Rogers (@ConnorJRogers) react to the 49ers stars shining bright in a lopsided win vs the Giants, then discuss Joe Burrow, Aaron Jones and more key injuries entering the w... more
September 21: Matthew (@MatthewBerryTMR), Jay Croucher (@croucherJD) and Connor Rogers (@ConnorJRogers) highlight important injuries they’re tracking and analyze the Vikings trading for Cam Akers, then follow with a breakdown of Matthew’s Love/Hate f... more
September 20: Matthew (@MatthewBerryTMR), Jay Croucher (@croucherJD), Lawrence Jackson (@LordDontLose) and Connor Rogers (@ConnorJRogers) kickoff the show with Kareem Hunt re-signing with the Browns and Saquon Barkley’s availability on Thursday night... more
I only listen to the show for Matthew Berry, like what he brings to the table and miss him at ESPN. Took me a few episodes to get used to an Aussie talking about American football.
I listen to this after listening to my preferred FF podcast, (footballers). It’s entertaining and insightful in spite of Berry. This guy is smart but too full of himself in his advanced years. Wish he took a speaking class. If I had a dollar for every time he said “again” “you know” “I mean, like,” I’d be richer than Corey Davis. But still worth a listen. Conor and the Australian guy are great.
Why? Absolutely no need for it. The content is solid but that music while people are talking is unbearable.
If you’re listening to this to get some fantasy football takes you better be prepared to endure some bad jokes and irrelevant tangents along the way. Good luck to Matthew Berry’s standup career because these guys waste endless time on nonsense.
Love the podcast- great content- any chance you can have Matthew stop saying “like” 87 times per show and tapping his papers and pen- it’s the worst and very distracting. Would love to have Nate Ravitz give you guys some notes on how to wrangle Matthew wondering around off topic
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