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Join Greg Kellogg and his co-hosts as they talk Fantasy Football twice a week throughout the year. During the off-season the show will consist of everything from analysis of players and teams to interviews of NFL Draft Eligible Rookies to the zany happenings from around the league!
When and Where to Listen
We broadcast on Tuesday nights (from 7:30 - 9:00 pm ET) and Saturday nights
(from 9:00 - 10:00 pm ET). The show is broadcast online at
http://blogtalkradio.com/fantasy-sharks. There are also special encore performances throughout the week, the primary of which starts on Wednesday's at 7:00 pm ET.
If you want to be an active participant in one of our player interviews, our call in number is
(347) 826-9620 for both shows and calls are welcome.
Komments could not happen without the help of many people, some behind the Mic and some more hidden. First, thanks to our good friends and sponsors, Tony Holm of FantasySharks.com and Mike Hall of MyFantasyLeague.com.
Unlike many "Experts" Greg believes in sharing his results both good and bad. You can find Greg's current results at http://pcstupidity.com/kk/2012.html.
Greg has been knocking around the fantasy football industry since the mid-80's. In that time, he has produced his own newsletter, website and generated a healthy following of fantasy fans.
has written for The Huddle, Dr. Football, FOXSports.com, SportsIllustrated.com, FantasySharks.com and many other sites. His Kellogg's Komments column was syndicated to over three dozen fantasy sites in the late 90's.
Snap, Crackle and Pop column, featured on both Gridiron Grumblings and Sports Illustrated, won an FSWA Award for Best On-going Series of 2004. In 2010, Kellogg was voted to the FSWA's Inaugural Hall of Fame Class.
For Kellogg's Komments, Greg returns to his roots converting the name of his original column to his on-line radio ventures where he serves as the primary host, producer, writer and general antagonist to his co-hosts.
Greg can be reached at Greg@fantasysharks.com.
Although an avid and lifelong Ohio State Buckeyes (yes, even now) and Cleveland Browns fan Gary Davenport was a late comer to fantasy football, not playing in his first league until 2004.
Instantly hooked he now regularly plays in 10+ leagues (why he has no earthly idea) of all types a year, from PPR to IDP to Best Ball and “Expert” leagues.
A member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association and resident of Mesa, Arizona Gary joined Fantasy Football Oasis as Head Writer in 2009 and is lead contributor at their IDP section, Kilroyz Krystal Ball.
Gary will be a regular co-host on our Tuesday night shows where he will provide insight into all things fantasy while focusing on the defensive side of the ball.
Gary can be reached at AskGary@fantasysharks.com if you have questions.
Born on the waters of Lake Erie and now a father of three, Chris’s love for his family is only mirrored by his love for the New York Giants and fantasy football. Playing since the early 90’s in local leagues with friends Chris is involved in everything fantasy football from redraft, to dynasty and ppr leagues alike.
Chris has sharpened his skills since those early 90’s by participating in an average of 8-10 leagues a year. After years of being that guy that just plays in “local leagues”, Chris is ready to step up his game.
Chris’s goal is to try and bring his “local guy” feel to the broadcast and offer insight and strong opinions on everything and anything about fantasy football while specifically honing in on redraft and ppr leagues.
an be reached at
AskChris@fantasysharks.com if you have any questions.
I was born a poor white boy… well no really, but that is another story. I was born with snow on the brain however, and have been a avid snow sports fan since I was 4. In my late 20’s I discovered this little hobby called Fantasy Football and it’s been a love affair ever since.
My first leagues were with the Fantasy Asylum. Still one of my favorite all time fantasy football sites. I quickly earned my dues and became involved in some of their higher end leagues such as HAFA and NEXFL. While I was a community member at Fantasy Asylum I was also working with another, long gone site called… Well it’s been so long I don’t remember - imagine that. But we did win the Fantasy Football Index award for best rankings our first year out.
I really took a liking to Dynasty Leagues and specifically IDP. After being in 10 leagues at one point I have cut back to my favorite 3. More time to enjoy football on Sundays!
My Goal - Keep Greg on his toes! Mike
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