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Breakfast With Benz

Tim Benz, Jeff Erickson break down quiet Pirates offseason, fantasy NFL playoffs

Tim Benz
| Thursday, January 10, 2019 7:27 a.m

In our weekly “Breakfast with Benz” fantasy sports podcast, we talk with Jeff Erickson of RotoWire.

We’re looking at playoff predictions for all four NFL games this weekend.

Not only do we dive into NFL playoff fantasy talk, but we look at the growth of college fantasy football.


LISTEN: Tim Benz, Jeff Erickson talk fantasy sports


Then we discuss whether the recent NFL coaching changes will impact the fantasy landscape. Then we analyze some MLB fantasy angles. Specifically, why are the Pirates being as quiet as they are … even more so than they have to be?

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