Monday, 31 October 2016 00:00

Episode 152: Midseason review

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Matt Ryan has not only been one of the best fantasy QBs so far this season, he's also provided the most value given his average draft position at QB20. Matt Ryan has not only been one of the best fantasy QBs so far this season, he's also provided the most value given his average draft position at QB20. Keith Allison/Flickr

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As the 2016 NFL season enters its second half, Adam Inman of The Fantasy Hot Read comes on to discuss his overarching thoughts on what's happened so far. Plus, the Helpers hand out their midseason awards including Most Valuable Player, Least Valuable Player, Rookie of The Year, Biggest Draft Steal and Biggest Draft Bust. That, plus they talk about players you should start adding to your roster for the second half of the season. 

George Banko

George Banko started talking about fantasy football shortly after graduating college. He started as an intern at FFChamps.com before working as a staff writer for Fantasy Knuckleheads. He currently contributes to the Fantasy Hot Read podcast, which is available on itunes. He also educated himself on player evaluation and is a graduate of The Scouting Academy in 2015, which is an online course run by former NFL Scout Dan Hatman. He started Fantasy Football Helpers as a blog in 2011 and converted it to a full-scale website in 2014. Read more.

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