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Some friends who are all avid fantasy football fans try to balance their time between the league and their real lives. It becomes a challenge, though, when the good-natured competition gives way to a win-at-all-costs mentality, which begins to spill over into their relationships and even the workplace. It's a cutthroat competition to win the league -- and the bragging rights that come with the feat. The sitcom features a plethora of cameos by real-life NFL players, who play themselves on the series.

Latest episodes

aired 476 days ago
The Shiva, the Sacko and the Snip are all for the taking; Ruxin has to make a decision that could impact his chances of winning and could tear the league apart.
aired 483 days ago
The crew is kicked off of their website, forcing Kevin to run the league old school; Rafi "helps" Ruxin while Andre tries to co-opt Ruxin's dinner reservations; Jenny deals with loss.
aired 483 days ago
Rafi and Dirty Randy head to Puerto Rico; Sofia goes under the knife and Ruxin has to deal with the aftermath.
aired 490 days ago
Andre's one night stand with an Uber driver comes back to haunt him; Taco retires from sex due to concussions; Ruxin and Sofia try to use the internet to keep the love alive; Pete binge watches a show.
aired 490 days ago
Pete isn't sure if he wants to commit to Libby; Taco embraces his day job in the banking world; Andre's patient is a college crush.
aired 497 days ago
Andre joins a Korean church for the parking; Detroit Wide Receiver Golden Tate flips the script when he and Taco create a fantasy workplace league and draft the others.
aired 497 days ago
Andre uses the EBDBBnB for farming; Taco acquires a drone; Pete's new referee friend has Kevin feeling insecure.
aired 504 days ago
Pete wants to run the Beer Mile and Taco coaches him; Jenny plays Andrew and Meegan to secure victory in her match up against Andre; Kevin obsesses over where the gardener drops trough.
aired 504 days ago
Ellie's new sexual education class makes Kevin uncomfortable; Ellie reveals to Jenny and Kevin that she's being bullied; Taco starts a program at EBDBBnB called Little Eskimo Brothers.
aired 511 days ago
In need of relationship advice, Jenny turns to Green Bay wide receiver Randall Cobb; Frank "The Body" Gibbiati sues Andre.
aired 511 days ago
Taco launches EBDBPrime; Ruxin thinks he has the house to himself; everyone argues over where to watch games.
aired 518 days ago
No one likes Andre's idea of a themed draft; Pete isn't speaking to Andre; the league agrees to an auction draft and, shockingly, there are huge problems.
aired 518 days ago
Pete bumps into his ex-wife; Jenny is a VIP during the draft in Chicago, while Kevin runs into the Seahawks' general manager; Marshawn Lynch attends Taco Corp's annual board meeting.

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