2 Guys return for week 7 and like the best secondaries they cover a lot of ground.
Evan ponders the demise of the Kansas City offense.
Frank is optimistic about the resurgence of a certain marquee WR.
Lastly, 2 Guys look at what factors to consider when you’re trying to make a winning trade.
2 Guys is back and ready for action heading into Week 6.
Evan returns from a week off and looks at the aftermath of the Jamaal Charles injury.
Frank questions the Eagles offensive turnaround and Evan thinks that Cleveland and Jacksonville have some unheralded fantasy stars who can make a difference.
2 Guys returns after a 1 week hiatus but doesn’t miss a beat.
Evan is enjoying his time as a new father so fantasy vet Kevin Dimetres joins the podcast to add his insight.
Frank and Kevin look at the some of the best and worst performances from the first quarter of the season.
Kevin makes a bold recommendation about one marquee player and Frank continues to look for the worst offenses that fantasy defenses can take advantage of.
This week 2 guys look at some of the most interesting trends through 2 weeks of fantasy football.
Evan looks downright clairvoyant with his prediction that this season would be a memorable for rookie runners.
2 Guys look at a trio of runners who are already making an impact in the early goings.
Frank and Evan also look at what the fallout from the Cowboys injuries will be and whether or not Philadelphia’s marquee players will ever live up to their fantasy billing.
Lastly, 2 Guys look at which defenses could be emerging as the season progresses.
Week 1 is in the books!
2 Guys review a wild week 1 that was full of surprises including breakout performances, disappointments, and injuries.
Evan is still bullish on several young RBs and encourages listeners to acquire them via trade or claim them off of waivers if available.
Frank and Evan both agree that one certain high powered offense may have shifted course and the long-term result might be less than desirable.
Lastly, 2 Guys look at marquee players who will improve on their performance from Week 1.
2 Guys gear up for another fantasy season and celebrate their 150th episode as the 2015 season kicks off.
Frank and Evan talk about intriguing week 1 match ups including players that merit starting vs those that may need to ride the bench until another week.
Evan is bullish on a surprising QB early in the season and Frank muses if you can cherry pick good defenses facing favorable match ups this early in the season.
With the season less than a week away Frank and Evan get right down to business.
Frank is bullish on Bradford in Philly and Evan has support for a recently named starting QB that might surprise you.
2 Guys also talk about some marquee players to stay away from and the problems with players who get injured.
Another off-season is in the rear view and the 2015 fantasy draft is right in front of us.
2 Guys, Frank and Evan, return from the hiatus with a fresh look on life as well as the upcoming fantasy season.
Evan thinks a certain running back is a sure fire first pick, while Frank thinks that a young gun under center is poised to be the best fantasy player in 2015.
2 Guys also discuss draft strategies and dark horse players that can make or break your draft in later rounds.
The draft is upon us and there are so many possibilities not even the draft experts can make enough mock drafts to explore them.
2 Guys look at some of the most outstanding prospects for the upcoming NFL Draft and where they might land.
Evan looks at some top flight wide receivers like Phillip Dorsett, Amari Cooper, and Kevin White how they might impact their respective teams.
Frank looks at RBs and explores some first round possibilities that could provide immediate fantasy dividends.
What a wild start to free agency!
2 Guys jump back into the action and recap all the wild moves of the first weeks of free agency.
Evan seems to think the moves in the AFC East will affect the fantasy landscape offensively, and Frank weighs in with his thoughts on the matter.
Frank also looks at the other side of the Bradford-Foles trade and wonders if Foles has any chance to thrive in St. Louis.
Lastly, 2 guys agree that while this initial action has been exciting the draft will paint the final picture in May.