Greg DePalma and Jamal Murphy, chief fantasy analyst for Ourlads.com, are joined by fantasy expert Dan Weinreich to discuss the fantasy fallout from trade deadline deals that sent WR Kelvin Benjamin to Buffalo, RB Jay Ajayi to Philadelphia and OT Duane Brown to Seattle. The loss of Texans QB Deshaun Watson gets attention, plus other key injuries and strategies.
. Greg DePalma and co-host Tony Mejia react to news of Texans QB Deshaun Watson‘s brilliant rookie season being cut short by a torn ACL in practice and discuss whether the on-again, off-again suspension of Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott will take effect vs. the Chiefs. Also, of the teams at .500 or worse at the season’s midpoint, who’s still positioned to take it deep into the postseason?
Greg DePalma recaps a weekend full of key injuries in the NFL as Marcus Mariota (Titans), Chris Carson (Seahawks), Derek Carr (Raiders) and Dalvin Cook (Vikings) all go down. Ourlads.com fantasy chief Jamal Murphy assesses the impact for fantasy owners. Also, Deshaun Watson turns in a big performance (as predicted) and the downturn of the Patriots defense.
Deshaun Watson and the Texans face Tennessee in a key Week 4 AFC South matchup in Houston. After nearly beating the defending champions in New England last week, the Texans need to keep pace with a Titans team on a two game run. Care to guess which team we like this week?
Greg DePalma recaps the NFL and college football weekend, topped by Penn State‘s last-second miracle at Iowa and the New England Patriots spoiling a near-upset by Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans. He also takes aim at NBC’s Football Night in America, which spent 25 minutes on anthem protests before giving highlights, and poor officiating as exemplified in the Atlanta Falcons‘ squeaker at Detroit.
. Greg DePalma and co-host Tony Mejia look ahead to Week 3 of the NFL season, highlighted by Texans rookie QB Deshaun Watson getting his first big road test at New England and the Atlanta Falcons visiting the Detroit Lions in a clash of unbeatens. All 16 games get in-depth analysis with injury reports, trends, latest odds and some picks.
Greg DePalma looks back at Thursday night’s opening round of the NFL Draft, which got unpredictable from the moment the Chicago Bears traded up to draft North Carolina quarterback Mitch Trubisky, and suggests what to look for from Friday’s second round.
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine – a New York Jets season ticketholder – preview the team’s options and discuss their wish lists with the NFL Draft just a day away. The Jets hold the No.6 overall pick, though GM Mike Maccagnan has suggested he’s open to trading down in order to rebuild with more selections.
Quarterback Alex Smith probably has just one more season left to prove himself before the Chiefs need to consider a younger option for the future. Since there’s no player like that on the current roster, G.M. John Dorsey and Coach Andy Reid should plan ahead by grabbing one later this week.
With free agency now a week old, PSNs Greg DePalma and Ourlads.com G.M. and National Scout Dan Shonka conduct their first mock draft (first round) for the 2017 NFL Draft. While it should be no surprise that Clemson’s Deshaun Watson is our second quarterback taken, what is a surprise is which team we have him pegged for.