Asylum Fantasy Sports Show- Overcoming NFL Injuries

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The injuries are piling up; Do you have the depth to survive your fantasy season? Fleeger & Briggs dive deep into it to help you make the right decisions. Yes Delvin Cook goes down, but did you spend on Latavius Murray? Jerick McKinnon? Come into the Asylum and relax.

Before going into the fantasy world, Fleeger and Briggs argue like a couple of schoolgirls about whether or not Briggs understood what Fleeger was mumbling about. But fear not, they get into with a fervor starting off with the Cook injury and all the other injuries that affect your teams: Derek Carr, Mariota, Mongomery, Carson and more!

Nest the boys discuss the London Paradox. Is it really good for football? Fleeger and Briggs discuss this at length noting the London Letdown following travelling to England. The point of bye weeks following these games is examined.

Game Balls and Stinky Socks are awarded, Briggs stuns Fleeger with a first time ever Game Ball.

The NHL is starting and Fleeger & Briggs lightly brush on some fantasy hotspots and will dive deeper into hockey every week. Listen and start exploring fantasy hockey.

Briggs is erasing his deficit, and steadily gaining on Fleeger’s early lead, as they lay out their predictions for Week 5. Things are settling down and their percentages are going up.

Last but not least, the mailbag is open once again and the boys answer your lineup, starts/sits and trade questions. You do not want to miss anything, so sit back and relax and enjoy your time in The Asylum!

Make sure you subscribe, rate and review the show on iTunes and Stitcher. Look for all new episodes of The Asylum each Thursday. Trade questions, lineup questions, starts and sits are part of each and every week of your visit into The Asylum. Fleeger and Briggs have you covered all year long! Don’t miss a thing folks!

 

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