Fantasyland No. 4 – Zero RB

June 2, 2016: The fourth episode of Fantasyland – The podcast that covers everything you didn’t know you wanted to know about fantasy sports

Zero RB: The Art of Antifragile Drafting

I’ll take, uh, “Running Back in the Open,” for $200, Alex.

Brian Burke, Senior Analytics Specialist at ESPN Stats & Information Group and Founder of Advanced Football Analytics

Host: Peter Overzet – Contributor to RotoViz and Host of The FF Comedy Hour


Shawn Siegele – 2013 NFFC Primetime Champion, Proprietor of Money in the Banana Stand, former Lead Writer for Pro Football Focus Fantasy, Writer for RotoViz, and Creator of the Zero RB Strategy

Steve Palazzolo – Senior Analyst at Pro Football Focus and Contributor at ESPN

Brian Burke – Senior Analytics Specialist at ESPN Stats & Information Group and Founder of Advanced Football Analytics

Brian Owens – Veteran High-Stakes Fantasy Football Player and 2015 Winner of over $60,000 in FFPC leagues


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About The Show

Executive Producer: Fantasy Douche – Editor-In-Chief of RotoViz

Producer: Matthew Freedman – Editor-In-Chief of FantasyLabs and Producer of the RotoViz podcasts

Associate Producer: Patrick Kerrane – Writer for RotoViz

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Twitter: @FantasylandPod



Thanks to the RotoViz Radio Channel for syndicating this episode.

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Matt is the Executive Producer of the RotoViz Radio podcast channel. He started contributing to RotoViz in March 2013. In January 2016 he started working full-time at FantasyLabs, where he’s the Editor-in-Chief.
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