2QBXP – Post-Combine with Anthony Amico

2QBXP – Post-Combine with Anthony Amico

The 2QB Experience Podcast

Episode 70 – Post-Combine with Anthony Amico

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Hosted by Greg Smith (@gregsauce).

Greg welcomes Anthony Amico (@amicsta) of RotoViz and TwoQBs to catch up on happenings at the NFL Combine and other news from the fantasy world. They kick off the show with a discussion of overlap between fantasy football and fantasy baseball (1:21), then they check in on the trade of Tyrod Taylor to the Cleveland Browns (9:15). The balance of the episode is largely geared toward incoming rookies, starting with a comparison of 2QB rookie draft ADP to Anthony’s rookie quarterback rankings (15:16). Anthony explains why Baker Mayfield’s hand size shouldn’t be a concern, and he makes the case for Lamar Jackson to rank higher than Mayfield in one-quarterback formats. Diving a little deeper, your hosts examine Logan Woodside and Quinton Flowers, then talk more generally about how to find value at the QB position in rookie drafts. The show closes out with non-quarterback rookie analysis (35:29), including looks at Calvin Ridley, Mike Gesicki, Royce Freeman, Ken Ballage, and D.J. Moore, plus discussion of veteran tight ends to target within the context of a poor rookie class at the position..

Links

2QB/Superflex Rookie Draft ADP by Sal Stefanile
Rookie QB Rankings
 by Anthony Amico
Armchair Scouting Reports by Anthony Amico
2018 NFL Combine Winners by Anthony Amico & Jordan Hoover
2018 NFL Combine Losers by Anthony Amico & Jordan Hoover
D.J. Moore Measureables at PlayerProfiler.com

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Intro Music: Fire Whiskey – Speed Demons
Outro Music: Dead Remote – Three Words

Greg Smith

Greg Smith is an engineer, co-founder of TwoQBs.com, and enthusiast for the strategy and design of variance-based games.  When he started playing fantasy football in 2001, his home league's small number of teams necessitated starting two quarterbacks.  That necessity has since grown into obsession, making Greg one of the preeminent champions of 2QB and Superflex formats.

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