Asylum Fantasy Sports Show 326- Tyrod Taylor Tales

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Doing their best is to bring you all the news, reports, predictions and opinion, this week’s show is no different. Fleeger & Briggs dive right into the NFL Week 10 takeaways. Then the quarterback controversies in Minnesota and Buffalo are examined. The consensus is they are both ridiculous and the timing is awful. The boys get rather emotional over these knee-jerk reactions. Apparently, Tyrod Taylor plays terrible run defense!

Of course, injuries keep mounting and the boys keep you abreast of the increased casualties to everyone’s fantasy squad.  Coming up with their Game Balls and Stinky Socks for Week 10, the boys hand out the “Awards” to their selected deserving recipients.

The game that continuously sweeps the nation, “Fact or Fiction” is up next and there are some interesting questions that have to be determined to be Fact or Fiction. Jeremy Hill, Robert Woods and more are discussed. Don’t miss a single one!

Starts and Sits for your enjoyment followed by Week 11 predictions. The prediction race is coming down to the wire as Briggs has closed to within one game of Fleeger’s “Insurmountable Lead”. Keep track and call your bookie! Their records are getting well up into the mid 60% range after the crazy, rocky NFL start.

The mailbag is still full as it is crunch time in many leagues. Trade questions, lineup questions and BYE questions abound and Fleeger & Briggs get you ready to dominate Week 11.

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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