2QBXP - Exotic Smashmouth Teacup Ride with Danny Kelly

The 2QB Experience Podcast

Episode 77 - Exotic Smashmouth Teacup Ride with Danny Kelly

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Hosted by Greg Smith (@gregsauce).

After a failed recording of reactions to the NFL draft a couple weeks ago, Greg is re-joined by The Ringer’s Danny Kelly (@DannyBKelly) for a second attempt at podcast glory. They kick things off with a brief discussion about the impacts of contract-years and holdouts on fantasy evaluations (1:44), then Danny explains which of his initial impressions from the draft have changed the most over the past few weeks (4:04). From there, they break down how Brandon Marshall fits in with Seattle (10:18), what to expect from Marcus Mariota and the Titans’ new offense (17:57), rookie quarterbacks who might struggle to see the field in year-one (30:02), and which backup quarterbacks might have sneaky value (33:22). The conversation then turns toward improving defenses (39:46), improving offensive lines (47:54), how pass-catching running backs affect quarterback production (50:24), and other offseason moves signaling changes in team philosophies (53:28). The show wraps up with a bunch of head-to-head player comparisons (57:46), with Danny and Greg choosing sides between players valued similarly in ADP like Adam Thielen and Allen Robinson.


Danny Kelly Archives at TheRinger.com
2018 2QB Redraft ADP

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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