12/23/2016: The Commish addresses the "Week 17 Myth." Plus, we discuss giving yourself an end-of-season assessment while victories and irritations are still fresh to help you going forward. Last podcast of the season and the last podcast ever on Rabble.TV who subsequently changed their platform.
12/09/2016: Kickers matter in fantasy and you should award them just like you do other players. The Commish discusses how to do it. Plus: NCAA D1 playoffs are a joke and why do college fans accept their crap?
11/04/2016: The Benefits of the "General Letter" to Avoid League Dissent. Plus: the Commish expands on leaving a roster slot open on purpose. "No matter what!": How hardline should your rules should be? Take some time to evaluate your rules and how to be your own best Devil's Advocate.
09/16/2016: We discovered we overlooked a "What's New?" change in the Yahoo! platform. How did I deal with it, and how did I address the league about it? Plus: Do your tiebreakers actually fit your league setup? We're talking leagues with divisions, folks.
09/09/2016: Don't break your own rules - for anyone, even if at the time it seems like a minor thing. Things can change real quickly and all of a sudden you're the "rule-breaking commissioner" and not the cool dude, who did someone a favor.
10/28/2016: An owner leaves a starting spot open on purpose - Loop hole, fair play, or skullduggery? A quick take on the "Week 17 Myth." But first, we take a moment to contemplate the whole "Sexy [Insert noun]" costumes that seem to be required attire for women at Halloween.
10/07/2016: Being a league commissioner doesn't mean you have to meddle in all league business - just because you're the commissioner. It also means that if owners make moves that you disagree with just because you wouldn't do it, it's not grounds for you to stick your nose in their business.
10/14/2016: We were on the TV show, "Fantasy Today"! Also, we help an owner with a scheduling mishap. Plus: Treat Fantasy Football for what it is, but it's not the NFL. Do what you want in your league, but stop with the, "We're going to be just like the NFL." It's called "fantasy" football for a reason. We discuss.
08/28/2016: Do you use a randomizer to decide draft order? Also, we read the famous "Alex Letter"! Plus, we interview Allen, who shares how he dealt with a message board exchange that got out of control.
08/21/2016: "Don't draft a problem child." Told you about Johnny Manziel, day one, did you listen? We talk about it. We also offer our official Le'Veon Bell fantasy warning. Plus: "What are the merits of having a small playoff field in my league?"
08/14/2016: "How much time should I allow for owners to make draft picks?" Plus: "Rule #5" Don't Commish Just to Commish! Don't look for things to do just because you're the commissioner. If there's nothing for you to do, good, don't meddle in affairs that aren't your business. Sit down and get out the way.
08/07/2016: Shout out to rugby! Plus: If you're the commissioner of a league, you have to accept the fact that you are going to be held to a different standard, often times unfairly. The things you say and do may not always be relegated to "one of the guys" status.
We're still laughing about the Farmer's Insurance "Stag Party" that came out over a year ago - laughing right now, and still mute every commercial from the Liberty Mutual "Insurance for Dummies" Campaign. "If you don't know how insurance works? Liberty Mutual has a policy for you!"
From the archives: Why was it so easy for Ronda Rousey and Paige VanZant to get endorsements and not Claressa Shields? She beats folks up for a living too and she's the two-time Olympic gold medalist, and the WBC and IBF Super middleweight champion. What's up with that?