2QBXP - Two-A-Days with Sal Stefanile & Rich Hribar

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Episode 90 - 2QBXP Two-A-Days with Sal Stefanile & Rich Hribar

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Hosted by Greg Smith (@gregsauce).

The Two-A-Days series on the 2QBXP podcast features two analysts per episode breaking down their personal strategies for managing the quarterback position in fantasy. This tenth and final installment for 2018 features Salvatore Stefanile (@2QBFFB) of TwoQBs.com and Rich Hribar (@LordReebs) of Rotoworld. Sal is up first (3:59), and he talks about the Rodney Dangerfield of fantasy football, the value of rushing production to quarterback performance, and the possibility of going even deeper on quarterbacks with 3-QB leagues. Later (38:26), Rich discusses the replaceability and replicability of quarterback scoring, how fantasy owners overate the draft and assign too much importance toward building a balanced roster, and common misconceptions about playing quarterback match-ups during the season.


TwoQBs.com’s 2018 2QB & Superflex Draft Guide
Preseason Offensive Line Developments by Justin Edwards
The Definitive Guide to All Things 2QB and Superflex, Part 1 by Salvatore Stefanile
The Definitive Guide to All Things 2QB and Superflex, Part 2 by Salvatore Stefanile
Against All Odds, Ep. 63 with Matthew Berry
Rich Hribar’s Worksheets at Rotoworld.com

A TwoQBs.com Production

Intro Music: Fire Whiskey - Speed Demons
Outro Music: Dead Remote - Three Words

Greg Smith

Greg Smith is an engineer, co-founder of TwoQBs.com, and enthusiast for the strategy and design of variance-based games.  When he started playing fantasy football in 2001, his home league's small number of teams necessitated starting two quarterbacks.  That necessity has since grown into obsession, making Greg one of the preeminent champions of 2QB and Superflex formats.

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