Actor Paul Scheer, star of 988 Super Bowl commercial, talks fantasy football and good mental health

Actor Paul Scheer, star of 988 Super Bowl commercial, talks fantasy football and good mental health

Scheer talks to the Fantasy Football Advice Network crew about how his show “The League” pulled him into playing along.

Sellout Crowd Network

By Sellout Crowd Network

| Feb 9, 2024, 3:57pm CST

Sellout Crowd Network

By Sellout Crowd Network

Feb 9, 2024, 3:57pm CST

Paul Scheer, multi-talented actor, comedian and star of “The League,” joined Corey and Kyle from Sellout Crowd and the Fantasy Football Advice Network in an engaging and insightful interview that dives deep into the world of fantasy football, exploring strategies, favorite picks, and the lighter side of the game.

Schreer connected with the show while he was in Oklahoma City to direct and star in a new commercial for 988, Oklahoma’s Mental Health Lifeline (https://988oklahoma.com/)

The ad will air during Sunday’s Super Bowl. 

Paul brought his unique humor and love for fantasy football to the table, sharing hilarious anecdotes and experiences from his time on “The League” and his own fantasy leagues. 

The trio also discusses the importance of mental health awareness. Paul sheds light on the 988 Oklahoma Mental Health Lifeline, emphasizing the significance of mental well-being, especially during the fantasy football season.

Don’t miss this episode that seamlessly blends fantasy football fandom with a commitment to mental health awareness. 

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