TSF Round Table

TSF Round Table

Welcome back to the TSF Round Table where the guys at Truth Serum Football are joined by a very special guest! Everyone say high to Mr. Jeremy Pyle! Wild Card weekend is upon us and we're here to answer some of the burning questions for this week of NFL action. Have a question you want us to answer at next week’s Round Table discussion? Drop it in a comment down below. 

Wild Card weekend questions

  1. What are your Wild Card Weekend picks? 


Bears upset New Orleans

Seahawks over Rams

Tampa smacks WFT

Bills beat Colts

Titans beat Ravens. Again. 

Browns score the upset without Stefanski


I can see this one going either way but I’m taking the Bills 

Seahawks easily 

Bucs although I was getting an upset feeling earlier in the week 

Ravens in a shootout 




Colts over Bills

Seahawks over Rams

Buccaneers over Washington 

Titans over Ravens 

Bears over Saints

Steelers over Browns
















Ravens over Titans

Bill's over Colts

Steelers over Browns 

Saints over Bears 

Seahawks over Rams

Bucs over Washington 

  1. What are you thoughts on the expanded playoffs? 

Jordan: I love it. Really rewards the top seed from each conference and puts another team in the hunt. 

Zach: I wasn’t so sure about it at first but I’ve come to like it quite a bit! Keeps more things interesting late in the season. I do think that the #1 seed being the only team in their conference with the first round bye is a huge advantage though. Maybe too huge? 

Travis: I actually enjoy the expanded playoffs. Anymore than 14 would be ridiculous. I do think the NFL needs to still change the format and give whatever team with the best record a home playoff game. It’s absolutely ridiculous that TB has to play against a sub .500 team on the road. 

Jeremiah: I like that another team gets in and more teams are in the hunt the entire season, it makes more regular season games meaningful.

Jimmy: I like the expanded playoffs. Gives more teams a chance to fight towards the end of the season for that final wildcard spot. 

Jeremy: I like the underdog opportunities that come with this.. hell I'm a Lions fan after all..🤣

  1. Who’s fantasy stock will rise the most via their playoff performance? 

Jordan: Mitchell Trubisky is who I want to pick but don’t have the balls. Give me Nick Chubb who is about to cement himself as an RB1 next season. 

Zach: Hollywood Brown. After busting pretty hard for the majority of the season he turned it up a notch or two down the stretch. His stock could rise significantly if he can show out against this awful Tennessee defense. 

Travis: Jonathan Taylor. The Colts are my Super Bowl pick and that is for a lot of reasons. They have the Defense, quarterback(even if Rivers is old and not a fantasy relevant QB), the offensive line, and Jonathan Taylor. JK Dobbins is another guy to keep your eye on, but I’m not buying into the Ravens. Even if they are one of the hottest teams in football.

Jeremiah: J.K. Dobbins. The Ravens are playing a terrible Titans Defense and Dobbins has been getting a lot more work, if he has another big game I could see the Ravens letting Edwards and Ingram go this offseason.

Jimmy: Tough call. A lot of good fantasy players in the playoffs this year. I think names like Zack Moss and Ryan Tannehill will have good games and see their stock rise. 

Jeremy: I think Boykin has a real opportunity to hurdle himself up there..

  1. What team is your dark horse pick to win Super Bowl 55? 

Jordan: Tampa. Bay. They were my preseason pick and I’m not backing down now. They’re a wild card so they count. 

Zach: The Baltimore Ravens. They got hot at the right time and I think they have a good shot to go on a Championship run. 

Travis: Well I already answered that in an earlier comment. Colts would be my pick for a dark horse. 

Jeremiah: Pittsburgh. They aren’t really a dark horse but they haven’t been playing as good as their record is. 

Jimmy: Dark horse team is the Saints. I think a lot of people are leaning towards the Bucs and Packers in the NFC. 

Jeremy: I'm pretty sure KC has this wrapped up, but The  Bills have my attention right now.. 

  1. After a spree of HC firings, who do you think should lose their job next?

Jordan: Mike McCarthy but that’s not happening.

Zach: Well the question said “should” so I’m gonna go with Vic Fangio. 

Travis: I’ll give you a surprising answer here: Jon Harbaugh. If this team faces elimination and faces embarrassment in the Wild Card round I could definitely see this organization pivoting in a new direction.

Jeremiah: Sean Payton. He’s had one of the best QBs to ever play and he’s only made one Super Bowl and that was over ten years ago! If the Saints don’t make it to the Super Bowl this season I think he should be fired.

Jimmy: Doug Pederson with that pitiful week 17 performance. Felt like that was a loss on purpose. Pulling a starting QB in the 4th qtr down by 3 to give your 3rd string "some reps". I call bullshit.

Jeremy: It’s been proven that it could be almost anyone at any time.. that’s a hard one for me to pinpoint.. I'll leave that to the pros! 🤣🤣

That’s it for this week guys. Thanks for reading and as always, stay true.

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