ESPN's 28-hour Fantasy Football Marathon came to a fiery finish. Time to go to sleep.
The ESPN Fantasy app passed 2 million drafted teams at 10:17 p.m. ET, in the final hour of the 28-hour Fantasy Football Marathon.
Jordan Rodgers, JoJo Fletcher and Jay Bilas arrive on set for the celebrity fantasy draft.
We've almost reached Hour 25 of the 28-hour Fantasy Football Marathon, and the stars of the show are getting ready to go back on the air.
We're approaching the end of Hour 22 of the 28-hour Fantasy Football Marathon. Matthew Berry and Adam Schefter are still alive and kicking, and preparations are underway for the grand finale tonight, the celebrity draft.
And now Berry and Schefter are on yet another set, for NFL Live.
Hour 19 of the Fantasy Football Marathon begins with Matthew Berry and Adam Schefter on Outside The Lines with Bob Ley.
Now it's Field Yates' turn in the dunk tank, as we wrap up Hour 18 of the Fantasy Football Marathon.
Mike Golic Jr. is about to take a turn in the dunk tank during Hour 18 of the Fantasy Football Marathon.
The ESPN campus in Bristol is looking particularly fun and festive for Day 2 of the Fantasy Football Marathon.
The Fantasy Football Marathon rolls on to Hour 17 of 28 -- Adam Schefter still working the phone, Matthew Berry just arrived from First Take, as they get set for the next show at the ESPN cafeteria.
Matthew Berry getting a rundown on the rest of his day, while Adam Schefter works the phones during Hour 15 of the Fantasy Football Marathon.
Matthew Berry back on Mike and Mike during Hour 15 of the Fantasy Football Marathon, this time with Frank Caliendo. Among his predictions? Ezekiel Elliott will rush for 1,000-plus yards despite six-game suspension.
Hour 12 at Mike & Mike, Hour 13 at SportsCenter -- Matthew Berry is on the move, now talking wide receivers and expressing concern about Sammy Watkins.
We've reached Hour 12 of the Fantasy Football Marathon, and Matthew Berry and Adam Schefter have switched studios to join Mike & Mike.
Fantasy Football Marathon. Bristol. 4 a.m. Eastern. Nineteen hours to go.
It's costume time -- Matthew Berry dons a wig for a guest spot on Jalen & Jacoby shortly after 3 a.m. Eastern.
The Fantasy Football Marathon team poses for a photo at 3 a.m. Eastern, after handing things off to Jalen & Jacoby.
Makeup at 2:12 a.m.? You need it when you're in the middle of a Fantasy Football Marathon.
Adam Schefter falls off his stool during campfire segment. It's 12:49 a.m. ET. We're not even six hours into the 28-hour Fantasy Football Marathon.
Celebrity chef Carl Ruiz is here in Bristol, with a spread for those of us working the wee hours of the Fantasy Football Marathon.
It's a little quieter here on the set in Bristol post-midnight. Adam Amin has taken over hosting duties from Trey Wingo, and Matthew Berry and Adam Schefter are still going strong.
Trey Wingo keeping Aaron Rodgers close to his heart as we approach midnight on the East Coast.
The Fantasy Football Marathon hit 1 million teams drafted at 11:14 p.m. ET, a little more than four hours in. Last year the final tally was 1.75 million.
Frank Caliendo takes a phone call as we begin Hour 5 of the Fantasy Football Marathon.
Looking for a potential breakout QB? From Weeks 5-12 last season, David Johnson (203.4 PPR) was the only player in the NFL with more fantasy points than Marcus Mariota (192.7).
Don't worry, he hasn't been decapitated -- everyone deserves a break during a 28-hour marathon.
For a 28-hour marathon, you need snacks.
Want to avoid the Mystery Drink (last place) in your fantasy football league? Consider investing in running backs early. Running backs made a comeback last season, with 6 of them finishing among the top 10 flex spots in PPR scoring, including David Johnson, Ezekiel Elliott & Le'Veon Bell finishing 1-2-3.
If you're in one of many leagues switching from non-PPR to PPR scoring, consider investing in James White, Stefon Diggs, Duke Johnson Jr. or DeAndre Hopkins; all 4 finished at least 9 spots better at their position in PPR scoring than they did in non-PPR scoring last year.
Yes, we're all about the pigskin at the Fantasy Football Marathon. But we get to keep an eye on other sports, too.
Hour 2 of the Fantasy Football Marathon wraps up with running back talk, and the biggest question is what to do with Ezekiel Elliott and his six-game suspension. Matthew Berry would take Elliott towards the end of the second round and try to weather the storm. Adam Schefter wouldn't take Elliott that high given the suspension.
Since entering the NFL in 2013, Le'Veon Bell's 21.6 PPR PPG rank 2nd in the NFL behind teammate Antonio Brown (min. 20 games). In that same span, he's recorded 13 games with at least 25 PPR points, most among RB.
Since 2011, a TE has recorded at least 17.0 PPR PPG in a season 8 different times; Rob Gronkowski is responsible for 5 of them. In that same span, Gronkowski's 58 Rec TD rank 2nd in the league behind Dez Bryant (61).
Adam Schefter, Matthew Berry and Trey Wingo in a down moment during Hour 2 of the Fantasy Football Marathon. Spirits remain high.
Since his first season as a starter in 2008, Aaron Rodgers' 42 games with at least 25.0 fantasy points are more than any player in the league.
Frank Caliendo is in place and prepping for his next segment on the Fantasy Football Marathon. He's done four different impressions so far, by my count at least, and we are still less than an hour in: Jon Gruden, Adam Schefter, Chris Berman and Al Michaels.
Julio Jones is Matthew Berry's No. 4 WR entering this season. Since an injury-shortened season in 2013, Jones' 932.4 PPR points rank 2nd among flex players behind Antonio Brown (1,082.4). However, he's only seen 40 red zone targets in that span, T-25th in the league.
The ESPN Fantasy Football Marathon has begun -- you'll be seeing a lot of Matthew Berry, Adam Schefter and company over the next 28 hours, and we'll be with them the whole way.
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