25 Yards Later: Thanksgiving Feast or Famine

Welcome to 25 Yards Later, Sports Obsessive and Rumination Radio Network’s fantasy football podcast. Thanksgiving week is the best football week of the year! To celebrate, we’re releasing two podcasts this week, with our full-length podcast dropping early on Thanksgiving day. But first is a mini-podcast (well, mini for us, at least) previewing the Thanksgiving games.

While we’re very excited for 3 extra nationally televised games, the Thanksgiving slate is…a little rough, to say the least, with a rash of injuries making things even rougher. It features the traditional Thanksgiving teams, the Detroit Lions and Dallas Cowboys, hosting the Chicago Bears and Las Vegas Raiders, respectively. Rounding out the day is a game that looked a lot better at the beginning of the season, the Buffalo Bills at the New Orleans Saints.

Can we find any Lions worth starting outside of D’Andre Swift and TJ Hockenson? Are there any Saints or Raiders pass-catchers even worth rostering, for that matter? Would the Bears pass catchers be better options with Andy Dalton than Justin Fields? Is David Montgomery a smash start against the Lions? Do we believe in Michael Gallup as the da facto WR1 in Dallas without Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb? Find out the answers to these questions and more on this special Thanksgiving edition of the 25 Yards Later Fantasy Football Podcast!

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Written by Nick Luciano

Nick Luciano received a Master’s in Music Theory from the University of North Carolina Greensboro. He is a film editor at 25YL and cohosts the 25 Yards Later fantasy football podcast for SportsObsessive.

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