Cowboys, Steelers and Seahawks are among the bang for your buck teams in 2019 (Against the spread Podcast)

Pro Football Network’s, Jason Sarney sits in with Ryan Gosling for the Against the Spread podcast! Jason and Ryan go over each division and the favorites and fades, sprinkled with their usual fantasy nuggets. Jason doubles-down on his Super Bowl pick and Ryan gives you his best division-winner plays across the league!

Dallas Cowboys – Cowboy up to Miami in February?

Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper lead the Dallas Cowboys offense and once Ezekiel Elliot returns this Super Bowl starved franchise has an all or nothing mentality in 2019. Elliot must answer for this Super Bowl fantasy to be a reality. However, should it take a month or so for the contract situation to be worked out, Tony Pollard can hold court. In a weak division, the Cowboys are a significant contender to go far in the playoffs and it could
start with a division title.

Who roots against Russell Wilson?

At favorable odds to win the NFC West, Russell Wilson leads an all-out ground attack with
running backs, Chris Carson and Rashad Penny. Tyler Lockett is a target of Wilson’s to target for yourself in fantasy leagues. Defensively the Hawks are always a league-leader and a team that is virtually impossible to beat at home. With a top-heavy division and potential four wins against the bottom-feeding 49ers and Cardinals, look for Seattle to dethrone the Rams in the West

Steelers as steady as can be as the class of AFC North

Even with a loaded Browns team, a new full-season offensive experiment in Baltimore and
two all-world offensive talents gone, the Steelers usually find a way to sneak into the
division-winning conversation. James Conner leads the rushing attack in what he hopes to be a full 16 games, and perhaps there is a new Steelers receiver in the pantheon of WR studs in the Steal City. Will the Steelers hold off the Browns resurrection and holding it off another season or two or three?

Questions from the podcast team

  • Will the Cowboys run the East or are the Eagles poised to get back to Super Bowl form?
  • Who is the class of the NFC North?
  • What does the Andrew Luck retirement mean for the Colts and AFC South?

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