Asylum Fantasy Sports Show 323- Not Aaron Rodgers!

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Week 7 is upon us and Fleeger and Briggs get you ready to contemplate your injuries, byes, starts/sits and more! Aaron Rodgers is gone and the subject of Brett Hundley comes up! Can he be a viable QB? This is one of the time will tell stories you have to stick around for. Zeke Elliott, Julio Jones, Stefon Diggs, Kelvin Benjamin, Manny Sanders, Golden Tate injuries are hit upon and finally Martavus Bryant sticking his foot in his mouth.

Fleeger and Briggs discuss CJ Anderson’s role in Denver. Is it going to be a three way RBBC? The boys discuss the Adrian Peterson performance and whether or not you can believe in him.

Game Balls and Stinky Socks are awarded for Week 6 and the socks are stinky this week! This brings out a discussion of Kirk Cousins and his ability to rack up fantasy numbers, while spreading all around to recipients who haven’t lived up to perceived fantasy value. Bring on the Starts and Sits! Fleeger and Briggs get you ready for Week 7.

Next, Briggs sends Fleeger on his first Mission Impossible, but first he has to explain to him what a dossier is. Fleeger contemplates the mission and his answer may surprise many listeners.

A rousing game of Pick Your Poison is presented and the boys hit on some tough calls. Hyde, Winston, Goff, McCown and more are discussed. Don’t forget the close contest of game predictions as Fleeger takes a six game lead by going 10-4 in Week 6 while Briggs slumped to 8-6.

The mailman comes and the boys answer lineup questions, trade questions and you don’t want to miss Fleeger and Briggs straightening out a league commissioner who thought a trade was one sided. You don’t want to miss this candid and honest slam!

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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