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ESPN: Fantasy Underground


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Chris Harris and Field Yates watch NFL film to find hidden trends, overrated performances and future stars, and then break them down for you in The Fantasy Underground.

Customer Reviews


I'm so glad that ESPN finally produced a FF podcast with in-depth analytical content, instead of useless "Man's League updates" and "Super Fans"! Thumbs UP! GREAT SHOW!

Harris is great

So far a great podcast. This is a perfect pairing to fantasy focus for just the reason Nate mentioned on the 9/13/12 show. Fantasy focus covers a very broad spectrum of players/topics/issues, where fantasy underground looks like it will cover one or two things in more depth.
I really enjoy Harris as not only a writer/analyst, but as a "personality," and have been looking forward to him getting his own podcast for a while now. Would love it if the podcast was twice a week or more, airing on Tues/Fri maybe. Nice work.

Boring and annoying

Chris Harris is always solid and pleasing on the ears. Not true for his counterpart, Field. The broadcaster, up and down voice coupled with the fact that it sounds like he has extra saliva in his mouth or having swallowing issues simply makes this uncomfortable to listen to. Content is weak- tries too hard to take an elevated, philosophical approach to football. Yawn. Field is a yes man and has a hard time not bending when Harris disagrees with his opinion. Much, much better offerings out there.