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25 Yards Later: And We’re Back (With a Mock Draft)!

Welcome to 25 Yards Later, Sports Obsessive and Rumination Radio Network’s fantasy football podcast! Or is it 35 Meters Before…or maybe it’s 27 Feet? We took some time off during the doldrums of the offseason for some life events (for example, it’s new homeowner Nick’s first episode since like April), so it’s been a while since our last episode, and your illustrious hosts needed to take a moment to remember what their show is supposed to be about. Luckily, they were eventually able to figure it out. We’re here to bring you insightful and relatable fantasy football analysis, and we’re back for the 2022 season! 

In this episode, we do our very first mock draft of 2022 to get you in the spirit of the upcoming draft season. Who are we looking at in the first round? Is it actually viable to take a wide receiver at pick 4? Is it more or less viable if that receiver isn’t Cooper Kupp? Is it harder to draft this year than in years past? Why wasn’t Nick able to take the player he wanted to with his last pick? We answer all of these questions and more on this week’s episode of 25 Yards Later. 

Be sure to join us for our next episode, where we will be highlighting our BFFs (Best Fantasy Friends) for the 2022 season. Until then, WE. WILL. SEE. YOU…25 Yards Later!

Follow us on Twitter @25YLFF, @nickgluciano, and @allijahmotika. You can listen to 25 Yards Later on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Breaker, Pocket Casts, and RadioPublic. Be sure to head over to Ruminations Radio Network for more great podcasts and Sports Obsessive for all things fantasy football, wrestling, and the NFL.

Written by Nick Luciano

Nick Luciano received a Master’s in Music Theory from the University of North Carolina Greensboro. He is a football editor for Sports Obsessive, former film writer/editor at 25YL, and cohosts the 25 Yards Later fantasy football podcast for Sports Obsessive and Ruminations Radio Network.

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