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The Yahoo Fantasy Football Podcast

By Yahoo Sports

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Are you looking for an advantage in your fantasy football league this fall? Yahoo Fantasy's Liz Loza is joined by a revolving cast of Yahoo Fantasy experts including Dalton Del Don, Matt Harmon, Scott Pianowski, Andy Behrens and Brad Evans to dish out out top-notch football advice on every Monday and Thursday on the Yahoo Sports Fantasy Podcast!

Customer Reviews


This is a new podcast with a lot of kinks to work out and the drops, segment concepts and host Liz Loza and really almost everyone else except for Dalton Del Don are cringeAF. Just go listen to the Fantasy Footballers unless you’re like a 20 something millennial just getting into fantasy football because this podcast is “BANANAS” bad...

Release schedule confusing

This isn’t a daily podcast (every other day) & new episodes published at different times, but aside from not knowing when to anticipate new content it’s a nice pod. Liz is a fun host, you can tell when her chemistry & knowledge perks up with established fantasy gurus like Del Don & Pianowski. Wish it was on more often and longer!

Scott ruins the Liz show

Liz Loza is amazing, but Scott Pianowski, the Jeff Fisher of fantasy, kills this podcast. He is an old fuddy dud, with old fuddy dud ideas. He will constantly argue silly things, such as “running back talent doesn’t matter;” using misrepresented data, cherry picked situations, or pointing to an older, less dimensional league, to make his arguments. He also seems baffled by results that happen due to offensive or defensive scheming. At the end of the day, you realize he is a box score warrior, not an analyst, and one who can’t seem to evolve his mentality with an ever changing league. Much love for Liz though!