FANTASY FOOTBALL PARTY: NFL Week 6: Ebron's still a thing, Ajayi isn't, and jump on Jameis!

Once upon a time… not so long ago…

Tuvey used to work on the docks, Magsh has been on strike, Bo’s down on his luck… it’s tough, so tough.

Ajayi won’t be able to play, Clement is Bo’s man but for Smallwood Magsh pays… for love, for love.

We say you’ve got to listen to have a shot, it doesn’t make a difference if it’s redraft or not. We’ve got DFS and that’s a lot to love. So you should give it a thought.

Woah, we’re half way there!

Woah, with info to share!

Download this pod, you’ll love it we swear!

Woah, Trubisky’s a Bear.

Wait… what?

This episode of The Fantasy Football Party podcast marks the halfway point in our season of shows, so excuse us if we’re calling on Jon Bon Jovi to help us celebrate. After all, we had Big Ten volleyball on the TVs at JL Beers, a City Lights Coconut Porter to die for, and Bo claimed his first 50/50 win of the season thanks in no small part to his unflagging faith in Ryan Succop and the Smallwood/Chubb total package.

The Party-goers also discussed whether Russell Wilson and David Johnson would be there for you this season, whether Alex Smith gives fantasy quarterbacks a bad name, and how you should never say goodbye to Eric Ebron—especially with Jack Doyle out another week. Plus Bo tabled the turns on a sneaky Michael Scott reference, Magsh staunchly refused to mix audio drops into the show, and 2V broke character to deliver a poignant take on the passing of his college football coach and honoring his high school coach for going into the school’s Hall of Fame.

Bet you didn’t see that coming. Yep, it was that kind of show. Don’t be a little runaway, hit play and let the dulcet tones of the Party-goers soothe your senses and bulk up your fantasy knowledge.

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The FFP’s 50/50 lineups for Week 6:

Mitchell Trubisky
Nick Chubb
Ronald Jones
Keke Coutee
Chris Godwin
Taylor Gabriel
CJ Uzomah
Ryan Succop
Browns D

Jameis Winston
Mike Davis
Jalen Richard
Duke Johnson
Jamison Crowder
Robby Anderson
Ryan Griffin
Randy Bullock
Colts D

Blake Bortles
Wendell Smallwood
Ty Montgomery
Dede Westbrook
Donte Moncrief
Mike Williams
Cameron Brate
Rams kicker
Bills D

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