The Faked Goods: Fantasy Football Podcast #70 April 28, 2016  |  Chet

The Faked Goods says farewell in style as they bring in special guest, Matthew Freedman, to discuss the NFL draft – specifically, rookie running backs.  Rich and Chad extend their sincerest appreciation to those who have listened, downloaded and supported The Faked Goods for 70 episodes.  We would also like to thank for all they’ve done to allow us to be ourselves, to allow us a platform to talk fantasy football and most of all, for all their support and resources to bring you our best week to week.  It’s been a journey we’ll never forget and we can’t thank you all enough for letting us talk about what we love while you listen at your leisure.  We are forever indebted to your kind and humbling words.  Thank you for everything!

Rich Matthew
 Ezekiel Elliott  Ezekiel Elliott
Derrick Henry Derrick Henry
Kenneth Dixon CJ Prosise
CJ Prosise Jordan Howard
Devontae Booker Alex Collins
Jordan Howard Devontae Booker
Jonathan Williams Kenneth Dixon
Daniel Lasco Jonathan Williams
Alex Collins Daniel Lasco
DeAndre Washington Paul Perkins

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