Fantasy Football Weekly is America's longest-running fantasy football radio show—and is now available as a podcast. The show is hosted by Fantasy Sports Hall of Famer, Paul Charchian, and includes co-hosts from legendary fantasy site Fanball.com. Each episode of Fantasy Football Weekly provides data-driven fantasy advice for every listener. We break down every NFL matchup from a fantasy standpoint, unearth sleepers, and answer the toughest questions facing fantasy owners. New episodes are available every Friday evening featuring previews of the upcoming NFL schedule.
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Fantasy Football Weekly returns for an all new season with a breakdown of each team's offseason, dynasty rookie evaluations, and the training camp battles we're watching. more
It's officially training camp hype season! Scott and Brian discuss all the fantasy relevant topics from the first week of camp and also Zack Moss. more
With Charch out, he gave the keys to the show to Mat, Brian, and (of course) Scott to discuss his titular Scott Fish Bowl. The guys cover the origin of fantasy football's biggest tournament, their draft strategies for this season, all the good it doe... more
Great detailed fantasy breakdowns
I usually have a lot of respect for Charch and Brian. Buying into Stafford hype. Come on guys you are better than that!! Really!!
5 star show without Colin. No stars with.
Jeff is hard to listen to. They love to bragged about 1 thing they got right from previous week. Never mention the other 20 things they got wrong.
This is a really good podcast. These guys are not only informative, they’re very funny too. I legitimately have a good time listening to them and I recommend them to any football and or fantasy fan. Breesh, they’re good! I looked forward to This podcast every Friday night!
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Fantasy Football Weekly launched 5 years ago and published 197 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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