20/20 Interview with Russ Fisher

The DLF Team

This week, DLF’s newest member and podcast director, Russ Fisher, joined us so you could get to know him just a little bit better. Enjoy!


Where are you from? 

Born and raised in central New Jersey.

What do you do for your regular job?

Accounts Receivable Supervisor. Lots of billing and excel sheets.

What is the worst job you have ever had?

 A waiter at TGI Fridays

What is the best job you have ever had? 

Podcast Director at DLF duh!!! Working at a movie theater was frickin’ awesome. 

What do you consider your dream job?


How long have you been in the industry?

I created Dynasty Outhouse about 3.5 years ago but didn’t really try to be a helpful member of the community until about a year after that.

How did you get your break into fantasy football?

I just kept talking and for some reason, people started to listen.

What tool do you use the most on DLF?


What tool do you use the most outside of DLF? 

There are tools outside of DLF?

Who was the best sleeper you pegged that broke out?

Calvin Ridley

Who was your biggest whiff?

Trading up in the 2016 rookie draft to get as many shares of Corey Coleman and Josh Doctson as I could.

What is the worst trade you have made?

Hehe, impossible to really know. But after the season Jay Ajayi ran for multiple 200-yard games I traded Stefon Diggs for Ajai.

Who is your favorite underfollowed Twitter account?


Who is your favorite NFL team?


Who is your favorite college football team?

Don’t have one. Never got into college. And I went to Rutgers when they were awful.

Who was your favorite player growing up?

Lawrence Taylor.

Who is your favorite player of all time?

Honestly, I don’t know. Any player who helps me win a championship.

What other hobbies or passions do you have outside of fantasy football?

I’m a pretty big geek so Star Wars, Batman, and lots of TV.

What are some of your favorite movies?

Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Nightmare Before Christmas, Princess Bride

Who are some of your favorite bands?

Nine Inch Nails, Foo Fighters