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‘The Heat Ratio’ Episode 12: Is there really a Ben Simmons Rookie of the Year debate?

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Ben Simmons is having an historic season, but still is caught up in controversy. Has anyone ever shared Rookie of the Year honors? Could someone really challenge Simmons for the award? Furthermore, can the Sixers compete as constructed for the Eastern Conference title?

With the constant cap troubles of a Super Bowl winning team, how will the Eagles survive? Howie Roseman has worked his magic once before, but this off-season will need a little more work. It seems inevitable that Torrey Smith will be on the outside looking in. If so, is Mack Hollins ready to step up?

The NFL combine is underway and Saquon Barkley has been turning heads. What will the Browns do at #1? If the Eagles were in possession of the #1 and #4 picks in 2016 like the Browns have in 2018 and Barkley was available, would you have picked him over Carson Wentz first?

When did you start playing Fantasy Sports? Over the years, Fantasy Football and Fantasy Baseball have become synonymous with the everyday sports fan. Who was you favorite player to pick over the years? What were some of the historic seasons put together for both sports?

Listen to the entire episode below.

The Heat Ratio (@theheatratio) is brought to you by Pi’s own Tony Cutillo and continues to bring a unique flavor to the world of podcasting. From Fantasy Baseball updates to NFL draft scenarios, it’s all here just waiting for your take.


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