RGIII vs. Michael Vick – Week One Picks- Big Balls Fantasy Football 106

Join THE BEAUTY and THE BEAST of fantasy football experts Jenilee Borek and Greg  Reifsteck for their latest episode of  BIG BALLS FANTASY FOOTBALL.

Welcome to the show BY real Fantasy Football Fans FOR Real Fantasy Football Fans.

This week talk about the big battle between RGIII and Michael Vick on Monday Night Football and Jenilee and Greg debate who will score more for their fantasy managers.

Jenilee and Greg also concentrate on their fantasy football picks for Week One!

Jenilee gives you her weekly REAL MEN segment with first week picks you MUST have in your lineup PATRIOTS RB STEVAN RIDLEY, FALCONS WR JULIO JONES, and the KANSAS CITY CHIEFS DEFENSE. She even sings her own theme. (Go to facebook.com/jenileemusic to hear more).

Greg takes you into BEAST MODE with his first week picks of players that will go off this week COLTS QB ANDREW LUCK,  GIANTS RB DAVID WILSON and the TAMPA BAY DEFENSE.

Jenilee and Greg do a comedy skit about PINNING THE EXCUSES ON MARK SANCHEZ, who has been just brutal for the NEW YORK JETS and is now out on injury for “several weeks.”

KOLD KA$H KHAN also skypes in from the Lone Star State to give us the GAMBLES OF THE WEEK from his KA$HBOOK.  Picks you will surprise and confound your competition, but will get you the points you need.  His unorthodox picks for week one are GIANTS TE BRANDON MYERS, STEELERS RB ISAAC REDMAN and COLTS WR T.Y. HILTON.

We also bring another segment FOR YOUR INFORMATION over from our weekly podcast on blogtalkradio.com/bigballsfootball .  We bring on guest San Diego Superfan Ashlee “SMASH” Buchanan to discuss trends in the NFL and fantasy football.

Smash discusses how the number of women playing fantasy football and watching the NFL is growing to huge numbers compared to recent years.  Jenilee talks about Joe “Wacko” Flacco and how he will fare in road games this year. And The Beast will gripe about Yahoo! Fantasy Football and how their new interface is too flashy and confusing and their drafting grades are not accurate.

Do you have any questions about your line-up or need tips on who to draft this season? Hit us up on Twitter (@BigBallsFball) or Facebook (facebook.com/bigballsfantasyfootball) and we might answer your question on the air.

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