2012 Fantasy Football Podcast: NFC Offseason Wrap Up

Jerry Lai-US PRESSWIRE

2012 fantasy football season is right around the corner, and here at Mocking the Draft, we are prepared to give you an offseason's worth of coverage. We have started up a weekly podcast to get you ready for your fantasy drafts.

In the first episode, which is two parts, we break down all of the offseason moves around the NFL and how they will affect the fantasy football landscape in the upcoming season.

Feel free to let us know what you think in the comments. Suggest topics for upcoming shows, ask questions to be answered on the podcast and let us know how we did.

Also, we are looking for a new name for our podcast. Drop some suggestions in the comments. The best choice will win some sort of underwhelming prize and, of course, receive mention in the next show.

Listen to the full episode below, in which we break down the moves in the NFC. We discuss Calvin Johnson's Madden Curse, Robert Griffin III's potential fantasy impact in his rookie season and much more. An AFC wrap-up is coming right around the corner.

We are going to try and get future episodes on iTunes as well. Hope you guys enjoy it.

2012 Fantasy Football Podcast: Episode One Part One - NFC

Intro Music: Cosmonot - The Sea

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