The Fantasy Football Party: Sell High on FitzMagic, Spend Bucks on Buck, and Maybe Grab Smallwood

The FF Party hosts are nothing if not able to take a misheard report and run amok with it. They can also take a nothing day and make it all seem worthwhile, but that’s a theme for another set of show notes. This week it was John Brown practicing without pants (Pants? You mean “pads”? Forget it, he’s rolling) that captivated the crew, who themselves dropped Zubaz-themed trou in syncronicity with the Ravens receiver, accuracy be damned.

But that’s a visual cue; you’ll be listening to the audio portion of the program, so get that image of Bo in his boxers, Magsh in his tightie whities, and 2V in something unusual you may not have even heard of right out of your mind; we’ve got a show to pitch.

As per usual, the boys unleashed a flurry of regrets from Week 3 before breaking down the key fantasy facets of every game on the Week 4 slate and standing back while each Party-goer unrolled their 50/50 squad. Plus, Bo stuck by his beloved Corey Clement while refusing to grab Smallwood, Magsh lamented the lack of a cure for the rash of Cat Scratch Fever that claimed Mike Nugent’s wang dang sweet season, and 2V bemoaned the performance of Latavious Murray and the local squad, which left a state-wide stench resembling a used diaper filled with expired Indian food.

Can we get a collective “huh”? Yep, it’s the Week 4 edition of the Fantasy Football Party podcast, and it must be heard to be believed. Just press play!

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The FFP’s 50/50 lineups for Week 4:



QB Baker Mayfield

RB Chris Ivory

RB Jalen Richard

WR Antonio Calloway

WR Mike Williams

TE Dallas Goedert

FLEX Geronimo Allison

PK Cody Parkey

DST Green Bay Packers



QB Case Keenum

RB Jordan Wilkins

RB Kyle Juszczyk

WR Chris Godwin

WR Ted Ginn Jr.

TE Austin Hooper

FLEX Willie Snead

PK Caleb Sturgis

DST Seattle Seahawks



QB Andy Dalton

RB Theo Riddick

RB Ty Montgomery

WR Tyrell Williams

WR Brandon Marshall

TE Benjamin Watson

FLEX Nyheim Hines

PK Sam Ficken

DST Indianapolis Colts

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