RosterWatch PRO Podcast Episode 2: Broncos Training Camp Takeaways; Look-Ahead to Seahawks

In Episode 2 of the RosterWatch PRO podcast, Byron Lambert recounts all of his biggest fantasy football takeaways from his time spent at Denver Broncos camp and breaks down how this intelligence relates to our upcoming redraft leagues.

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  1. Any way you can make these downloadable for pro users? I like to listen on my phone and this won’t stream well within mobile browsers

    1. Disregard my question, you guys have this shit down obviously.

  2. Byron-Which of Denver’s 5 backs can pass block the best that you saw in camp?

    1. Post By Byron Lambert

      They’re all willing but prob Freeman as long as he learns the assignments, which we are confident he will

  3. Post By Baron VonIronCock

    weird the 1st pro pod came to me on stitcher but not the 2nd.

    1. the first was a free preview, you have to stream the rest here on the site in your PRO section. In the future, maybe we could add in functionality to allow PRO members to listen on their streams.

  4. Will you guys be doing a preseason DFS sheet for us degens?

    1. It won’t be like the usual cheat sheets per se, but I’ll put up some content. We’re working in a new partnership this year for Preseason DFS video content I’m sure we’ll be announcing soon enough.

  5. Post By boricuamenace75

    Just curious if I can get some help, My League scoring says its standard but it gives out bonus points for passing, rushing, receiving, would this be considered PPR ? I am asking so I make sure to use the correct Ultimate Draft Cheat Sheet.

    1. Sounds like it’s a “standard” league if you don’t get a point per every reception, but couldn’t be sure without seeing the actual rules.

      1. Post By boricuamenace75

        Is they’re a way of sending you a copy of the rules? I just want to make sure to use the correct cheat sheet

        1. Post By Byron Lambert

          Just send us the link to your league scoring rules page. Share it on here, and I’m sure other members of RW Nation will also have a look. Post it on a new article tomorrow so it doesn’t get lost.

          1. Post By boricuamenace75

            Passing Yards 20 yards per point; 7 points at 300 yards; 10 points at 375 yards; 14 points at 450 yards
            Passing Touchdowns 7
            Interceptions -2
            Rushing Yards 10 yards per point; 7 points at 100 yards; 10 points at 125 yards; 14 points at 150 yards
            Rushing Touchdowns 7
            Receiving Yards 10 yards per point; 7 points at 100 yards; 10 points at 150 yards; 14 points at 200 yards
            Receiving Touchdowns 7
            Return Yards 20 yards per point; 3 points at 50 yards; 4 points at 75 yards; 6 points at 99 yards
            Return Touchdowns 7
            2-Point Conversions 2
            Fumbles Lost -2
            Offensive Fumble Return TD 7
            Pick Sixes Thrown -6
            40+ Yard Completions 4
            40+ Yard Passing Touchdowns 8
            40+ Yard Run 5
            40+ Yard Rushing Touchdowns 8
            40+ Yard Receptions 3
            40+ Yard Receiving Touchdowns 6
            Rushing 1st Downs 1
            Kickers League Value Yahoo Default Value
            Field Goals 0-19 Yards 3
            Field Goals 20-29 Yards 3
            Field Goals 30-39 Yards 3
            Field Goals 40-49 Yards 4
            Field Goals 50+ Yards 5
            Field Goals Missed 0-19 Yards -2
            Field Goals Missed 20-29 Yards -1
            Point After Attempt Made 1
            Point After Attempt Missed -1
            Defense/Special Teams League Value Yahoo Default Value
            Sack 2
            Interception 3
            Fumble Recovery 3
            Touchdown 7
            Safety 6 2
            Block Kick 6
            Return Yards 20 yards per point; 2 points at 60 yards; 3 points at 80 yards; 4 points at 99 yards
            Kickoff and Punt Return Touchdowns 7
            Points Allowed 0 points 21 10
            Points Allowed 1-6 points 10
            Points Allowed 7-13 points 7
            Points Allowed 14-20 points 2
            Points Allowed 28-34 points -1
            Points Allowed 35+ points -4
            4th Down Stops 2
            Defensive Yards Allowed – Negative 28
            Defensive Yards Allowed 0-99 14
            Defensive Yards Allowed 100-199 6
            Defensive Yards Allowed 500+ -7
            Three and Outs Forced 1
            Extra Point Returned 2

  6. Keeper Q — I was thinking of keeping R Wilson with my 7th pick. Now I am not so sure — Seattle has a bad offensive line; Baldwin is hurting; and in my league last season only 5 QBs were drafted in the first 7 rounds. (We are a 9 team 1/2 PPR league) Instead I am now leaning towards keeping T Coleman in 9 th round who is in his contract year. What do you think?

    1. Post By Byron Lambert

      I’d agree. Keep Coleman. Thanks Berms….

  7. Good Morning Gentlemen: (Excluding Trashman of course)

    Houston Oilers here again for another year of RosterWatch Nation.

    16 team 1/2 PPR. We start 1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR/TE, 1 Flex, D/ST and K. And only 3 bench spots.

    We DO NOT have to draft a Tight End but can draft 3 if we wish.

    When I run my mocks (5th position) I get one of the top 5 RB’s according to the cheat sheet. (I use PPR cheat sheet)

    My second pick, at this time is always Jerrick Mckinnon, and I could have the likes of TY Hilton, Adam Thielen, Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce as they are generally available. But rather than bastardizing the cheat sheet, I have been sticking with McKinnon. It typically means that my WR1 and WR2 is JuJu and Hogan. Not too exciting but workable, especially since picks 5-8 are typically WR heavy.

    My question centers around the 8th pick in my draft (pre QB, D/ST and K) I am typically left with a decision between C.J. Anderson and Anthony Miller. Furthermore, I usually only have 3 RB’s on my roster at this time. I usually pick up a Rex Burkhead as my RB3. Do I select C.J. Anderson to balance my RB’s and Recievers 4/4 or do I select Anthony Miller and go 5/3 Receiver Heavy, because I am a member of the greatest nation known to mankind, ROSTERWATCH NATION!!!!

    Any thoughts?

    1. Post By Byron Lambert

      Haha tough call. McKinnon is looking like a really solid PPR asset out here at 49ers camps. So, I’m cool with that.

      Anderson vs Miller is tough! Often times your real draft will unfold a bit differently, so hopefully you won’t have if make this choice if you follow the sheet. However, if all things are even- that’s when we start splitting the tiny hairs (players very close on the sheet) by positional needs as the draft progresses and our roster begins coming into focus.

      Thanks a ton for your support! It’s always #MillerTime in the Nation!

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