About the Podcast
Here at the Frontline Fantasy Football Podcast, we strive to provide the most helpful and entertaining shows possible. It is our goal to help listeners do well in their fantasy leagues, and to have fun doing so.
The podcast crew is made up of five high school friends who have always shared an interest in fantasy sports. As active participants in fantasy football, they decided that it would be fun to get together every week to talk fantasy and share their opinions.
The podcast began in 2015 and is currently in its third season. It is the goal of the podcast to offer better insight every year, as well as to provide the best possible listening and viewing experience through enhanced audio and media.
Jason Cameron: Co Host/Player Rankings/ Waiver Wire
Bio: I first started playing fantasy football when I was 12 years old. This is back when keeping track of statistics on paper was a normal thing. I took a few years off and now have played seriously in multiple leagues for the past 7 years. The first person I ever drafted was Terrell Owens from my favorite team the San Francisco 49ers. I enjoy researching stats and looking for the next fantasy football stars. In my free time I love to hang out with my wife and son, watch football, or do pretty much anything active.
Austin Alessio: Co Host/DFS
Bio: Above average fantasy football player. Skills include bringing in all of the groceries into
the house in one trip, and picking up heavy things. In my free time I enjoy doing athletic things, and making sub par content in all medias. Your best chance of running into me is at my local Taco Bell.
Brandon Alessio: Co Host/ Starts and Sits
Bio: I have been playing fantasy football for the past seven years. My favorite team is the Buffalo Bills...Shout out to my boy LeSean (Shady) McCoy. In my free time I love to sleep, Draw, and get buckets!
Jonathan Hausler: Co Host/ Writer of the Fantasy Hangover/ Waiver Wire
Bio: I write for a living, so writing about fantasy football (something I love and am addicted to) comes naturally. I started playing fantasy football when I was a young pup with my dad, brother, and friends, and I haven't stopped since. I don't have a favorite NFL team, but my favorite NFL player is David Johnson (Northern Iowa, represent!), and my favorite college football team is the Iowa Hawkeyes (2015, never forget). When I'm not writing or editing my fantasy lineup, I'm usually at home hanging out with my wife and son, listening to music, or watching football.
Seth Hansen (The Eyes and Ears): Producer
Bio: I love my Minnesota Vikings, Iowa State Cyclones and am a diehard Tiger Woods fan. I have been playing fantasy football for 5+ years (mostly very poorly) but really enjoy following my team from week to week. I'm passionate about technology and love providing you with our audio content from week to week!
Justyn Coughennower: Co Host/ Ranker/ Writer
Bio: Whats up Frontline community? My name is Justyn and I am addicted to fantasy football. It's a problem, but I'm coping by passing on what I think is valuable knowledge and experience to you. I have been in the fantasy game for probably 13 years or so, however, Iv'e only been in the dynasty game for 3 years now. I thought I knew what fantasy was all about until I joined a dynasty league. A little bit about me, I work in Des Moines, IA at a large insurance company. I have two children who aren't old enough to be in a league yet and a wife who couldn't name a single football player if I asked her right now. I used to be a hardcore Minnesota Vikings fan, but fantasy football has made me more of a fan of everyone. Aside from spending time tinkering with my lineup, I love to cook, play with my kids, and do house projects.
Most memorable fantasy season was last year (2018/19) when I went 13-0 in my redraft league and then lost in week 15, yay football.
Most memorable trade was giving up James Conner right after our start up for Tajae Sharp and a 2019 2nd round rookie pick. This was right before Le'Veon Bell decided to hold out, so clearly lost.
Average time spent on fantasy football per day: I don't want to face the truth and put that number on paper.
We would like to give thanks to Jay Snyder for creating our logo