Mount up! … It means get on your horses.

 

The Fantasy Football Party-goers unleashed their final episode of the 2018 season on an unsuspecting holiday party in the Beer Hall at JL Beers, dropping knowledge like it was hot and providing a dedicated listener base with all the knowledge necessary to build stacks of cash and take down season-long leagues.

 

Yep. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.

 

Sipping his traditional beverage, Bo reveled in his 50/50 win while reflecting on a season filled with Chubb and Smallwood.

 

Danny, I’m going to give you a little advice. There’s a force in the universe that makes things happen; all you have to do is get in touch with it. Stop thinking…let things happen…and be…the ball.

 

Magsh twisted all the dials and knobs, rueing that his upcoming showdown with Bo in their shared dynasty league would be for third place and not a big shiny trophy. And he remembered to hit “record” so the news team didn’t have to mess with anything technical above their pay grade.

 

Yeah! The phone in the limo was busted. What is ya, ignorant?

 

Nattily attired in his dress Zubaz, 2V once again leaned heavily on the JL Beers staff—and not just as he staggered out to Santa’s sleigh. They delivered a pair of tasty beverages that were right in 2V’s wheelhouse of a warming, creamy mouthfeel—and well into the double-digits ABV-wise. And it didn’t affect his ability to dispense sage advice coherently. As least that’s what he’ll tell you.

 

Despite all the little problems it’s fun isn’t it? No. But with every new day there’s fresh hope.

 

(Narrator: Bingo!)

 

Thanks for listening, and reading, and following on social media. Hopefully the Party-goers have done more good than harm, and you’ll track us down in 2019 for another fun-filled fantasy football extravaganza..

 

And if you’ve come this far, maybe you’re willing to come a little further. We say that every week, and it’s more than just a line from “The Shawshank Redemption.” It’s an arduous journey, and we know many of you just aren’t willing to plow through this much prose. But rest assured, the payoff is worth it. What our show sponsors can do for you boggles the mind; check out these deals while you’re listening to the show, and we know you won’t be disappointed.

 

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  • Zubaz – If Santa doesn’t stuff your stocking correctly, you still have time to use the FFP’s promo code for December, FFPHOHOHO, to save 20% off your order at Zubaz.com. Gift yourself a knit hat or fleece facemask to fend off the winter chill, or stock up on classic Zubaz pants and ring in the new year in style!

 

Here’s your link to the Week 16 FFP Listener League: http://www.fantasydraft.com/contest/1162472/?r=FFParty&p=NFLFree$4All#modal=register&mRP=l&mRR=l

 

If you’re a FantasyDraft first-timer, hit this link for a signing bonus courtesy of your good friends at FFP:

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You can also follow the show and its hosts on Twitter:

@TheFFParty

@Bo_Mitchell

@MplsMaggio

@jtuvey

 

The FFP’s 50/50 lineups for Week 16:

 

Bo:

Josh Allen

Nyheim Hines

Zach Zenner

Wendell Smallwood

John Ross

Robert Foster

Matt Lacosse

Jake Elliott

Cowboys D

 

magsh:

Nick Foles

Kalen Ballage

Kenneth Dixon

Mike Williams

Dante Pettis

Kenny Stills

Chris Herndon

Dan Bailey

Browns D

 

2V:

Sam Darnold

Duke Johnson

Darren Sproles

Robby Anderson

Tim Patrick

Josh Reynolds

Gerald Everett

Michael Badgley

Dolphins D

 


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A lifelong Minnesotan, Bo helps manage the editorial and research game notes department of Sportradar’s U.S. headquarters in Minneapolis, where he has worked since 2011. Bo has been playing fantasy sports since the late 1980s – before the internet was on computers -- and was a member of the original Fanball.com editorial staff back in the day. His professional fantasy football roots can be traced back to Fantasy Football Weekly – the magazine that set the standard for the industry in the 1990s. He has also toiled in sports radio the past several decades, starting at KFAN in the Twin Cities – where he was a producer and took part in the FFW radio show as a co-host, and more recently at 1500 ESPN. His sports writing has also been featured at places such as ESPN.com, MSN.com, Yahoo.com, FoxSports.com, Vikings Journal, the Star Tribune and Fox Sports North.

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