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ESPN’s ‘The Fantasy Show’ has a unique approach to talking about players’ injuries

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We want all of our fantasy football news delivered by guys in skeleton suits.

ESPN’s The Fantasy Show with host Matthew Berry stands out for one reason: It has a really unusual approach to injury updates.

David Johnson’s dislocated wrist has a big impact on fantasy players. He had to have surgery, and his recovery will keep him sidelined for two-to-three months. On an injury segment called “Show Me Where it Hurts” on Tuesday’s show, they had a little help explaining the injury.

But not every injury impacts a player’s bones, and skeleton guy isn’t alone. He has a friend.

Yes, muscle guy looks like the stuff of nightmares. But he was certainly helpful in illustrating just what Odell Beckham Jr. is dealing with as far as his ankle injury.

Danny Woodhead’s hamstring injury, well, they couldn’t even really show that demonstration on television.

It’s an entertaining show, and we only want our fantasy news delivered with the help of guys in skeleton suits from now on.

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