Way-Too-Early 2022 Fantasy Football Mock Draft

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2022 Fantasy Football Mock Draft

The 2021 fantasy football season just wrapped up, but we’re already looking ahead and focusing on the 2022 fantasy season to come in a handful of months. Just like last year, another crazy offseason of player movement—particularly quarterbacks—lies ahead. That being said, it’s never too early to begin prepping for a future fantasy championship.

Every Tuesday between the end of Week 17 and the Tuesday after the Super Bowl, I’ll be adding one round to my “Way-Too-Early 2022 Fantasy Football Mock Draft,” starting with the opening round on Jan. 4. Bookmark this page and check in often to see the mock draft unfold. Note, if you don't see the current week's round, please refresh the page.

Things to know before reading: This mock draft is based on a 12-team, single-QB, half-PPR league with the following starting positions: QB, RB, RB, WR, WR, TE, FLEX, K, DST. This draft will simulate what I would do if I were drafting for each of these 12 teams. Keep in mind that after the first round, this is not a big board—players will be drafted based on team needs and value, not just my overall personal ranking. All scoring mentioned below for current and future seasons is based on half-PPR and all per-game averages cited are for a minimum of seven games played in 2021 unless otherwise noted.

Let's dive in:

ROUND 1 (Written 1/4/22)

1.1 Derrick Henry (RB - TEN)

The debate over who the RB1 is will rage throughout the offseason. I really don't think you can go wrong with either Derrick Henry or Jonathan Taylor with the top pick, but I'm going to side with the Tennessee Titan here. Before suffering a foot injury on Halloween that cost him the rest of the 2021 fantasy season, Henry was clearly the top player, averaging 23.0 fantasy points per game. This, after finishing as the RB4 in average fantasy points per game in 2019 and the RB3 in that same category in 2020. Henry stayed remarkably healthy prior to his foot injury and it's tough to argue that he's more of an injury risk than any other running back in the NFL. You know the Titans' offense is going to run through Henry, who will get the workload and touchdown production to be an elite fantasy running back week in and week out.

1.2 Jonathan Taylor (RB - IND)

Jonathan Taylor was an absolute stud in 2021. He lived up to all the hype generated from his rookie year late-season surge and then some. He finished 2021 as the No. 1 overall running back and No. 6 overall player in total points behind only Cooper Kupp and a quartet of quarterbacks. There was nearly a 60-point gap between Taylor and RB2, Austin Ekeler. While Taylor fell just shy of Henry's points-per-game mark—23.0 versus 21.4—the Colts' rusher played in twice as many games. There's no reason to expect much to change in 2022. The Colts' offensive success will rest on the legs of Taylor, who should continue to pile up touchdowns at a massive rate. He led the NFL in red zone carries this past season with nearly twice as many as the next-closest running back. Draft Taylor in the top two and don't look back.

1.3 Austin Ekeler (RB - LAC)

It still somehow feels like Austin Ekeler isn't fully appreciated for how good of a fantasy player he's been. The debates over whether or not he should be a first-rounder entering the 2021 season seem foolish now. Despite missing a game, Ekeler finished as the No. 2 RB in fantasy in total points with his per-game totals trailing only Henry and Taylor. His consistency was also quite remarkable, as he only had two games all season in which he scored less than 11.7 fantasy points. He also finally got goal-line carries this year! There isn't much to dislike, making Ekeler a nice consolation prize if you miss out on a top-two pick.

1.4 Alvin Kamara (RB - NO)

Despite incredibly inconsistent (and downright bad) quarterback play in the first year of the post-Drew-Brees era, Kamara put together a really strong season. A knee injury cost him some time, but on a per-game basis, his 16.2 points ranked fifth among all running backs. While there's no guarantee the quarterback situation in New Orleans is any better in 2022, there's a decent chance it could be, and most of the concerns about his ability to perform with Taysom Hill as his quarterback have been eliminated. New Orleans' offense as a whole should be better in 2022, which is only going to help Kamara's fantasy potential.

1.5 Joe Mixon (RB - CIN)

It finally happened. We finally got the Joe Mixon top-five season fantasy managers have been dreaming about for years. Mixon ended the 2021 campaign as the RB3 in total points. The massive spike in receiving work that's always promised in August didn't materialize (yet again), but Mixon was a dominant force for an exciting and resurgent Bengals offense this past season. There was some significant boom-or-bust to Mixon's game, as he had a whopping seven games with 23 or more fantasy points and six games with 10 points or less. However, this Bengals offense shows no signs of slowing down in 2022 and, if healthy, Mixon should thrive yet again.

1.6 Dalvin Cook (RB - MIN)

Dalvin Cook was not his usual dominant self this season. While he did have four games with 19 or more fantasy points, he finished nearly half of his starts with 11.3 or fewer points. His overall average of 15.1 fantasy points per game is significantly down from his previous yearly totals and ranked as just the RB11. While the injury bug cropped back up again for Cook this season, he still has enough league-winning upside to be worthy of a top-half-of-the-first-round pick in fantasy drafts.

1.7 Christian McCaffrey (RB - CAR)

This is an incredibly strange place to find Christian McCaffrey after years of going as the RB1 or RB2. While his talent and upside are undeniable, we can't ignore the alarming injury trend of the last couple of years. He's missed double-digit games in each of the last two campaigns (13 in 2020 and 10 in 2021). But when he's played, he does look like Christian McCaffrey. Before leaving Week 12 early with an ankle injury, McCaffrey was averaging 17.6 fantasy points per game—that ranked fifth among all running backs. He averaged more than 27 fantasy points per game in 2020 in his three appearances. Taking McCaffrey at all in Round 1 is a risk, but it’s hard to argue that he doesn't still have RB1 upside. He's the first real high-risk, high-reward pick of this mock draft.

1.8 Najee Harris (RB - PIT)

Najee Harris lived up to his lofty rookie expectations and then some in 2021. He finished his first professional season as the RB4 in total points and in the top six in average fantasy points per game behind a bad Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line with subpar quarterback play. Unfortunately, neither of those two problems will be fixed by 2022, but there may be some improvement. Like Ekeler, it's the consistency that makes Harris' season so special. He had just three games all year with fewer than 13.2 fantasy points. He's got plenty of room to grow in the touchdown category as well in the years to come. 

1.9 Cooper Kupp (WR - LAR)

When you're coming off the all-time greatest fantasy season for a receiver, you deserve to be WR1 and a first-round pick. Kupp blossomed with new Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford and there's no reason to believe he won't experience immense success in 2022 as well. Now, Kupp won't repeat his historic 2021 season—he scored nearly 70 more fantasy points than the WR2—but with uncertainty surrounding Davante Adams' future and players like Tyreek Hill and Stefon Diggs coming off of very good but not great seasons, Kupp shouldn't face much of a challenge to his WR1 throne on draft day.

1.10 Nick Chubb (RB - CLE)

Nick Chubb missed some time, but still delivered five 21-plus-point performances this season and finished as an RB1 in total points and a top 10 RB in fantasy points per game. Aside from the games played category, this type of performance feels like the peak for Chubb—not that that's bad, but he lacks the No. 1 overall RB upside that the players drafted in front of him possess. However, he has a very high floor, is a touchdown machine, and plays for a run-first offense behind a very strong offensive line. You certainly won't regret drafting Chubb in the middle of Round 1.

1.11 Justin Jefferson (WR - MIN)

While the debate over RB1 is fascinating, so is the conversation around WR2. Is it Davante Adams? What if he's not with Aaron Rodgers? How about Tyreek Hill? Maybe, but he's finished outside the top five fantasy WRs as many times (twice) as he's finished among that illustrious group over the last four years—and the Chiefs will surely bring in an upgrade at WR2, right? Stefon Diggs, who was last year's WR2, is still among the WR1s, but won't be pushing for a first-round selection this year. So, why can't Justin Jefferson be the WR2? He finished as the WR6 as a rookie and the WR5 as a sophomore in total fantasy points and is still an ascending talent entering the third year of his career—the season where many receivers take a big leap forward. Jefferson remarkably had just two games all season with single-digit fantasy points and one of those came with Sean Mannion as his QB. Jefferson feels like a lock to be a top-five WR, barring injury.

1.12 Javonte Williams (RB - DEN)

Let's get a little wild to end Round 1, shall we? While this pick is undoubtedly reliant on significant projection to make sense, I loved what I saw from Javonte Williams in a 50-50 role this season alongside Melvin Gordon. Gordon is a pending free agent that won't be back in Denver next year, paving the way for Williams to get the lion's share of the workload. Williams evaded would-be tacklers at an elite pace and showed plenty of physicality when defenders did make contact. Williams finished as the RB17 in total points and RB24 in average fantasy points per game while playing only 50.7% of Denver's offensive snaps. That number will jump significantly in 2022 and he could be taking hand-offs from Aaron Rodgers or Deshaun Watson to boot.

ROUND 2 (Written 1/11/22)

2.1 Davante Adams (WR - UFA)

Previous Pick: Javonte Williams

Davante Adams is as steady as they come at the wide receiver position. He finished as the WR2 in both total and average fantasy points per game in 2021 after finishing No. 1 in those categories in two of the three years prior. He had six games with 25 or more fantasy points this past season and only three games with fewer than 10.9 fantasy points. So why isn't he a first-round pick? The hesitation at this stage is all about his future. Adams is a pending free agent who will likely be franchise-tagged by the Green Bay Packers. He could return with Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay or be a part of a tag-and-trade that sends him and Rodgers together to a new team. But there's also the chance he's tethered to Green Bay with Jordan Love as his quarterback, which would depress his fantasy value. Once his situation becomes clearer this offseason, Adams could easily retain his first-round lock status.

2.2 Tyreek Hill (WR - KC)

Previous Pick: Justin Jefferson

While it's hard to be too disappointed with Tyreek Hill's season—he finished as the WR6 in total and average fantasy points per game, after all—he did score four fewer points per game than he did in 2020. His eight single-digit outings also left a lot to be desired after showing more scoring consistency last year. Still, Hill is an elite wide receiver talent with an elite quarterback and the potential to be a matchup-winner every time he steps on the field. He's more fun to roster in best-ball formats, but at the top of Round 2, I'd be more than happy to draft him in more traditional leagues.

2.3 Ja'Marr Chase (WR - CIN)

Previous Pick: Nick Chubb

Remember how ridiculous Justin Jefferson's rookie season was? His former LSU teammate Ja'Marr Chase bested it by nearly 12% in per-game scoring. Just like I saw no reason not to rank Jefferson as a top-seven receiver last season as a sophomore, the same can be said for Chase, who will continue to be surrounded by a ton of talent both at quarterback and wide receiver. Chase is an elite pass-catching talent, and we've known that for quite some time. He finished as the WR4 in both average fantasy points per game and total points as a rookie and it's only onward and upward from here. Draft him as a top-five wide receiver.

2.4 Cam Akers (RB - LAR)

Previous Pick: Cooper Kupp

We'll get a better look at Cam Akers during the Los Angeles Rams' postseason journey, but let's think all the way back to last summer and remember the upside Akers had. From Week 12 on (2020 season), Akers ranked as the RB16 in average fantasy points per game, but it was his strong playoff showing that really got fantasy managers excited. In the Rams' two playoff games against the Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers, Akers turned a whopping 49 touches into 272 total yards and a pair of touchdowns. He was being drafted as a fringe first-rounder before a pre-season Achilles injury sidelined him until Week 18. He's in line for massive usage in 2022—Sean McVay wants to run the ball early and often and Sony Michel is a pending free agent. Plus, it's encouraging we'll get to see him play real football in the coming weeks so we're not guessing going into draft season. I had Akers ranked as an RB1 last year and he retains that spot going into 2022.

2.5 D'Andre Swift (RB - DET)

Previous Pick: Najee Harris

It was a very weird year for D'Andre Swift. There was the pre-season injury and the random, fabricated rumor that we won't repeat here that depressed his draft-day value. Yet, he played the Lions' first 10 games without much of an issue—and he scored 19.4 points or more in half of those contests—before being hurt on Thanksgiving against Chicago. Through Week 11, Swift ranked as the RB9 in average fantasy points per game, but he only played 46 offensive snaps after that for the remainder of the fantasy season. I'm still buying in on the talent, pass-catching ability, and the volume he should continue to receive during the Detroit Lions' rebuild. 

2.6 Ezekiel Elliott (RB - DAL)

Previous Pick: Christian McCaffrey

Ezekiel Elliott may not be as fun to roster as he was in years past, but he's still proven to be a productive running back that should be on the fringe of RB1 contention. While many Dallas Cowboys fans and fantasy managers have been clamoring for more Tony Pollard, the Cowboys have a heavy financial investment in Elliott getting a big workload. Elliott played more than double the snaps of Pollard in 2021—even if you extrapolated out Pollard's average snaps over the one game he missed, Elliott bested his workload by nearly 94%. Elliott finished as the RB6 in total points and RB14 in average fantasy points per game this past season. Elliott's numbers dipped right about the time Dak Prescott's did as well due to injury. Hopefully, Prescott will be healthier next season.

2.7 Stefon Diggs (WR - BUF)

Previous Pick: Dalvin Cook

It wasn't reasonable to expect a full repeat of his breakout season, but I was surprised that Stefon Diggs finished more than three full points off his 2020 pace. So too were those who spent a late first-round pick on him this past summer. Still, it's not like Diggs wasn't good. He scored more touchdowns in 2021 than he did in 2022, and had arguably the second-best season of his career—2018 vs. 2021 is a fun debate. He finished as the WR7 in total points, WR10 in average fantasy points per game, and had only four single-digit performances all season. He's no longer worthy of a first-round pick, but his connection with Josh Allen in the very pass-heavy Bills offense isn't going away. He's a great player to lead your fantasy receiving corps.

2.8 Deebo Samuel (WR - SF)

Previous Pick: Joe Mixon

2021 was an absolutely sensational season for Deebo Samuel. Whether he was catching the ball or running with it, Samuel turned out to be one of the biggest steals of the year for fantasy managers. Finishing as the WR3 in total and average fantasy points (only 0.8 total points behind Davante Adams), Samuel carried many a fantasy team to the playoffs and beyond. Samuel had six 20-plus point performances and averaged more than 15 fantasy points per game in Trey Lance's two starts, which is encouraging for next season. If anything, pick No. 20 may be too low for Samuel.

2.9 Antonio Gibson (RB - WSH)

Previous Pick: Alvin Kamara

Between COVID, random J.D. McKissic weeks, and fumbling issues, the 2021 campaign was an odd one for Antonio Gibson. Despite scoring fewer than nine fantasy points six times, Gibson finished 2021 as the RB12 in total points (he was the RB12 in 2020 as well). However, his per-game ranking is more reflective of the season he had (RB20). I'm willing to buy in on a bit of a bounce-back season, assuming Gibson comes with an RB2 price tag. He's still clearly the lead back in Washington and they have to have an upgrade at the quarterback position in 2022, right? Let's just hope the fumbling issues are behind us.

2.10 Aaron Jones (RB - GB)

Previous Pick: Austin Ekeler

Longtime readers and/or listeners to the TDN Fantasy Podcast know about my affinity for Aaron Jones. Jones seems to get under-drafted every season, but this might finally be the year where even I'm cautious. Sure, Jones finished as a top-10 RB in total points and a top-15 RB in average points in 2021, but there's very little clarity about what 2022 holds. We know Jones will be back in Green Bay, but will Aaron Rodgers be there? A.J. Dillon is primed for a bigger role as well, but I'm more concerned about who Jones' quarterback will be because of his value in the receiving game. The 27-year-old will move around a lot in my offseason rankings, but I'm essentially splitting the difference here a bit and slotting him at RB15 until we know more about Green Bay's 2022 roster.

2.11 Travis Kelce (TE - KC)

Previous Pick: Jonathan Taylor

For the first time since 2017, we had a new TE1. Travis Kelce was dethroned in 2021 by a second-half surge from Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews, but Kelce remains my TE1 entering 2022 drafts. The remarkable consistency is the main reason why. Kelce has finished as either the TE1 or TE2 in every single season since 2016. Even if he's lost a quarter-step (which is debatable), he's still got an elite quarterback throwing him the ball. Plus, if his touchdowns spike over double-digits again, he'll likely outperform this draft slot. While we're leaving the draft-a-TE-in-Round-1 days in 2021, I probably wouldn’t let Kelce get out of Round 2.

2.12 Mike Evans (WR - TB)

Previous Pick: Derrick Henry

Is Mike Evans still kinda-sorta underrated? There doesn't seem to be much love for him in the expert fantasy community right now—I saw him ranked as low as WR24—and I don't understand why. Evans has been a model of consistency since entering the NFL and has finished as the WR10 and WR9 in his two seasons with Tom Brady. He finished as the WR11 in average fantasy points per game in 2021 and certainly won't be losing targets to Antonio Brown in 2022. He may not be losing targets to Chris Godwin, either. Lock up your 1,000 yards and double-digit touchdowns with this pick and don't look back.

ROUND 3 (Written 1/18/22)

3.1 Leonard Fournette (RB - UFA)

Previous Picks: Derrick Henry, Mike Evans

The emergence of "Playoff Lenny" from the Buccaneers' Super Bowl run carried over to the 2021 regular season—and what a remarkable year it was. Leonard Fournette finished as a top-five RB in total points and the RB7 in average fantasy points per game. I'd be willing to buy in on Fournette being a low-end RB1 and a second-rounder if he returns to Tampa Bay, but the Buccaneers, unlike last year, are going to have to say goodbye to some key members of their team this offseason. The uncertainty about his next destination hurts his draft stock right now, but being the RB16 is nothing to scoff at.

3.2 Keenan Allen (WR - LAC)

Previous Picks: Jonathan Taylor, Travis Kelce

Despite the growth of quarterback Justin Herbert, 2021 was a bit of an 'off' season for Keenan Allen. Now, Allen is so good that an ‘off’ year equated to him finishing as the WR11 in total points and WR12 on a points-per-game basis. The lack of 'boom' games is to blame for his relatively modest ranking. After having three 20-plus point outings in 2020, he had none this past season. However, Mike Williams is a pending free agent and is no lock to return to Los Angeles. Allen has several years of proven production and absolutely must come off the board among the WR1s. 

3.3 A.J. Brown (WR - TEN)

Previous Picks: Austin Ekeler, Aaron Jones

There's no real way to sugarcoat A.J. Brown's 2021 season, but sometimes you've just got to bet on the talent. Many fantasy managers were burned by taking Brown in the second round of fantasy drafts last season only to see him finish as the WR26 in average points per game (WR34 in total points). But all the reasons why we loved Brown last offseason will still apply in the coming year. Even on a run-heavy offense, Brown's large target share is enough to potentially produce elite fantasy numbers. At his new discounted price, I'm willing to risk it for the upside.

3.4 Diontae Johnson (WR - PIT)

Previous Picks: Alvin Kamara, Antonio Gibson

I couldn't let a talent like Diontae Johnson drop too far. Much like Evans, Johnson still feels like he's underrated. He finished as the WR8 in total and average fantasy points per game in 2021 after ranking as a WR2 the previous year. He had just three single-digit outputs all season long and scored a dozen or more fantasy points in his other 12 games played. I expect an upgrade at quarterback for Pittsburgh this offseason that should only continue to strengthen his WR1 case. 

3.5 David Montgomery (RB - CHI)

Previous Picks: Joe Mixon, Deebo Samuel

While a new head coach running the show and the flashes of brilliance from Khalil Herbert may scare some away, I'm more than happy to draft David Montgomery as a mid-level RB2. Despite a turnstile at quarterback and some incompetent offensive coaching, Montgomery finished as the RB12 in average fantasy points per game in 2021 (RB19 in total points)—he scored 20 or more fantasy points in a quarter of his games. There was certainly a level of boom or bust to his fantasy production and at least some unknowns about his role moving forward, but Montgomery already looks like a very solid value heading into 2022 fantasy drafts.

3.6 DeAndre Hopkins (WR - ARI)

Previous Picks: Dalvin Cooks, Stefon Diggs

For the first time in his remarkably healthy career, DeAndre Hopkins missed significant time. He dealt with a mid-season hamstring injury that cost him a few games before a torn MCL sidelined him for Week 15 and beyond. However, Hopkins was having a semi-disappointing season even if you exclude his injuries. Hopkins was not a WR1 in 2021, averaging only the 16th-most fantasy points per game last season. He did not see the sort of target volume we've been accustomed to during his time in Houston and his first year in Arizona. Still, Hopkins is undeniably supremely talented and may have less competition for targets in 2022 with both Christian Kirk and A.J. Green set to his free agency. Hopkins still has top-five WR upside without the price tag.

3.7 Chris Godwin (WR - UFA)

Previous Picks: Christian McCaffrey, Ezekiel Elliott

There are a lot of question marks surrounding Chris Godwin as we head into the offseason. He tore his ACL in December, which may put his Week 1 status in doubt. Also in doubt is where he'll play next season as a pending UFA coming off the franchise tag. A return to Tampa Bay would be ideal for fantasy managers, but we do have to account for the decent possibility he's playing elsewhere in 2022. Godwin finished as the WR9 in average fantasy points per game this past season and still ranked as the WR12 in total points despite missing the final two games of the fantasy season. He's got a boatload of talent and a tremendous rapport with Tom Brady. But his injury and pending free agent status force him to fall to the top of WR2 territory for now.

3.8 Calvin Ridley (WR - ATL)

Previous Picks: Najee Harris, D’Andre Swift

*Insert shrug emoji here* I've written a lot about 'unknowns' this round, but there is no player that personifies that more than Calvin Ridley. First and foremost, the fantasy community wishes nothing but the best for the star receiver mentally. From a fantasy perspective, this is a high-risk, high-reward player with the potential to return top-three wide receiver upside. But he can't be ranked inside WR1 territory until we know if he's going to play in 2022 and where he's going to call home. He was only putting up high-end WR3/FLEX-caliber numbers in his five games played in 2021, but I still believe in the talent. 

3.9 Mark Andrews (TE - BAL)

Previous Picks: Cooper Kupp, Cam Akers

Mark Andrews finally dethroned Travis Kelce for the TE1 spot in 2021, but I'd still take him as the overall TE2. Andrews proved to be a true target hog down the stretch, receiving eight or more in 75% of his games from Week 11 on despite three different quarterbacks throwing him the ball. Andrews had a remarkable 10 double-digit games this season with four games of 22.5 fantasy points or more. Andrews is and will remain the No. 1 pass-catcher in the Baltimore Ravens offense and if you take him as your TE1, I wouldn't bat an eye.

3.10 Jaylen Waddle (WR - MIA)

Previous Picks: Nick Chubb, Ja’Marr Chase

Jaylen Waddle had a sensational rookie season, setting the new record for most receptions by a first-year player (104). Waddle finished as the WR21 in average fantasy points per game as a rookie and finished strong as a top-10 wide receiver from Week 9 on. If Tua Tagovailoa remains Miami's starting quarterback, there's no reason to believe his volume should dip. Waddle's explosion could be way more utilized, however, if a QB upgrade is made (i.e. Deshaun Watson). Either way, Waddle should have no issue returning WR2 value next season if he remains healthy.

3.11 George Kittle (TE - SF)

Previous Picks: Justin Jefferson, Tyreek Hill

Despite playing in only 13 games during the fantasy season, George Kittle ranked as the TE3 in total points—he was the TE3 in average points per game as well. Upon his return in Week 9, Kittle scored double-digit fantasy points in six of his nine games to end the season, including three games with 17 or more points. Will he remain healthy in 2022? Will he be as productive with Trey Lance as he was with Jimmy Garoppolo? Those are fair questions to ask, but it's hard to make a strong argument for any other tight end to displace Kittle from the TE3 spot given his talent and upside. 

3.12 CeeDee Lamb (WR - DAL)

Previous Picks: Javonte Williams, Davante Adams

2021 was a year of highs and lows for CeeDee Lamb. He dropped 19.9 fantasy points on opening night but was held to 8.0 points or fewer in two of his next three games. He had a very impressive run from Week 5 to Week 10 where he averaged 18.3 fantasy points per game (only trailing Cooper Kupp), but finished poorly, ranking as the WR40 from Week 11 on. In all, Lamb finished as the WR17 in average fantasy points per game. Assuming Dak Prescott has a healthier season in 2022 than he did in 2021 (a fair assumption), Lamb could be poised for a spot in WR1 territory. For now, however, I'd draft him as a mid-level WR2.

Round 4 drops on Tuesday, Jan. 25 (If you're not seeing Round 4 on 1/25 or after, please hit refresh)

Written By:

Jaime Eisner

Managing Editor

Managing Editor of The Draft Network. He’s a former editor for Sports Illustrated, FanRag Sports and Arizona Sports. He’s the co-host of the TDN Fantasy Podcast and has an extensive background covering fantasy sports and sports betting.