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About Andrew Bua - RotoBaller

Big time fantasy sports nerd. Longtime suffering (but always hopeful) Mets fan, and a LOT less hopeful of a Jets fan. Lawyer by day....but the fun kind. Twitter: Andrew_Bua Reddit: CitiStrikeouts

Andrew Bua - RotoBaller has written 1692 articles so far, you can find them below.

If you’ve been a fantasy owner of New York Mets starting pitcher Matt Harvey at any point after 2015, chances are you’ve said “never again” quite a few times. About that…according to new Mets pitching coach Dave Eiland, Harvey fell into some bad habits mechanically due to the injuries he suffered, has been made aware... Read More

In what has to be music to the ears of fantasy owners everywhere, New York Mets outfielder Michael Conforto (shoulder) has resumed baseball activity. He isn’t swinging a bat yet, but the long tossing he took part in on Wednesday is obviously a big step in the right direction. After separating his shoulder last September and... Read More

While it probably doesn’t matter, New York Mets third baseman David Wright has reported to spring training. The difference in his latest comeback attempt, though, is that the Mets recently brought third baseman Todd Frazier on board since Wright can clearly no longer be relied upon. Wright has played in only 75 games over the... Read More

On July 26th, 2012, the New York Mets called up a hard-throwing right-handed starting pitcher by the name of Matt Harvey. Harvey dazzled the Diamondbacks in Arizona that night, striking out 11 over 5 1/3 innings pitched without allowing any runs. This was supposed to mark a turning point in the Mets’ rebuild, the first... Read More

The 2017-2018 MLB offseason has been a slow grind in terms of free agent signings, and many believe that is in-part due to the monster free agent class that will hit the market next year. Toronto Blue Jays third basemen Josh Donaldson is one of those players, and as of now, he seems primed to... Read More

New York Mets third baseman David Wright has had a rough few years due to various injuries, and 2018 hasn’t gotten off to any better of a start. Wright told the New York Post he hasn’t started baseball activities yet and didn’t sound as if he knows when he will. Perhaps even more ominous, Wright... Read More

New York Mets infielder T.J. Rivera (elbow) underwent Tommy John surgery on his injured right elbow in September, but he has been progressing nicely and hopes to return in May. Rivera has had a solid couple of years for the Mets, slashing .290/.330/.430 with five home runs and 13 doubles in 73 games in 2017 prior... Read More

If you’re sick of hearing rumors about the New York Mets trying to acquire a second baseman this offseason, you’re not alone. Those rumors aren’t going away anytime soon, as it’s been reported that although the Mets are still trying to acquire infielder Josh Harrison from the Pittsburgh Pirates, the free agency route is more likely.... Read More

Something that hasn’t been said often throughout New York Mets starting pitcher Steven Matz’s (elbow) career is that he’s been pain-free. Matz told the New York Daily News that he currently feels no ill effects in his elbow after surgery to reposition his ulnar nerve, which ended his 2017 season, and he expects to be ready... Read More

The New York Mets may not be done just yet in terms of reuniting with players they traded in 2017. After re-signing outfielder Jay Bruce on Wednesday, the Amazins are reportedly considering making a run at free-agent first baseman Lucas Duda as well. In 126 games last season between the Mets and Tampa Bay Rays, Duda... Read More

According to New York Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan, the team is set to be “very active” in free agency this offseason. It’s easy to say that now when there is $80 million in cap space currently available, plus the big cuts the team will make with players such as defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson. However,... Read More

The New York Jets tried their best to hand their 2017 starting quarterback job to quarterback Christian Hackenberg, but Hackenberg proved last summer he is simply not an NFL quarterback (or backup). He was so bad, in fact, that the team didn’t even give the second-year pro any game action when starter Josh McCown went... Read More

Quarterback Josh McCown was originally looked at as an afterthought on the New York Jets prior to the 2017 season with the team desperately doing whatever they could to hand the starting gig to Christian Hackenberg. With Hackenberg tripping over himself at every step, though, combined with McCown’s surprisingly solid play, McCown played himself into... Read More

New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson has struggled mightily since quarterback Josh McCown went down and was replaced by quarterback Bryce Petty. Those struggles hit rock bottom in Week 17 against the New England Patriots when Anderson caught only one pass for two yards on three targets in the loss. Anderson also did leave... Read More

New York Jets wide receiver Neal Sterling somehow, someway had himself a nice day in Week 17’s loss to the New England Patriots. Who is Neal Sterling, you ask? We’re wondering the same thing. Regardless of whether or not you knew who he was prior to Sunday, Sterling led the Jets in targets (eight), yards... Read More

Well, we were right about one thing: New York Jets running back Bilal Powell was the featured tail back for Gang Green in Week 17. Unfortunately, Powell wasn’t able to get anything going against the New England Patriots in the regular season finale. Powell could only muster a yards-per-carry figure of 3.5 on Sunday, picking... Read More

New York Jets quarterback Bryce Petty has now had plenty of chances at showing what he has at the NFL level, and it’s safe to say he is simply not starting material. Making the start in Gang Green’s final game of the 2017 season, we saw what we’ve seen most of the time out of... Read More

New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson has been a tough play since quarterback Bryce Petty took over for the injured Josh McCown, and he’ll once again be a difficult player to have confidence in for Week 17. Anderson is coming off his best game with Petty in Week 16, where he caught five passes... Read More

Picking a New York Jets running back this season has been like pulling teeth, but for purposes of Week 17, Bilal Powell should be the guy over Matt Forte and Elijah McGuire. Powell is coming off a big game, and with the rest of the offense struggling behind the inept Bryce Petty at quarterback, the... Read More

For a good portion of the season, fantasy owners of New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson looked to be riding the young wide receiver to the promised land. When quarterback Josh McCown went down and was replaced by Bryce Petty, however, that all changed. Anderson has been invisible since the quarterback change, and while... Read More

New York Jets running back Matt Forte was limited during the week with a knee injury, and as usual, he played anyway. If you rolled the dice on Forte against the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday, though, you received a big dud. Forte could muster only 19 yards on eight carries while turning his one... Read More

Bilal Powell Dominates In Loss

If you played New York Jets running back Bilal Powell in the weekly game of Gang Green Russian Roulette, as far as Week 16 goes, you’re a winner. Powell was on fire in Week 16’s 14-7 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers, turning 19 carries into 145 yards and a touchdown. He didn’t have any... Read More

Bryce Petty Once Again Kills Jets

New York Jets quarterback Bryce Petty has now had plenty of chances at the NFL level with Gang Green, and each seems to be even worse than the last. In a 14-7 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 16, Petty was horrid, as expected. He completed 15 passes on 28 attempts for 119... Read More

Matt Forte Sidelined At Practice

If you’ve been following New York Jets running back Matt Forte’s (knee) practice habits this year, then you already know he’s been on the sidelines more so than the field. He was once again missing out on Thursday with the same knee injury that has plagued him all year long. Chances are he will be... Read More

If you knew which New York Jets running back was the guy to start on Sunday against the Los Angeles Chargers, you should probably be doing something better with your time than playing fantasy football. The Chargers are very beatable against the run, it’s figuring out which Jet is the guy to do it that’s... Read More

Robby Anderson A Dicey Week 16 Play

Even though quarterback Bryce Petty was starting for the New York Jets in Week 15, wide receiver Robby Anderson still seemed like a solid start given that Petty was his quarterback when Anderson broke out in 2016. That didn’t exactly go as planned in Petty’s first start of 2017, as Anderson only caught five passes... Read More

Bryce Petty Not On QB2 Radar

New York Jets quarterback Bryce Petty is getting another start on Sunday against the Los Angeles Chargers, and in all likelihood it will simply be another demonstration of why Petty is not suitable as an NFL starter. Petty was dreadful against the Saints in Week 15, completing less than half of his 39 pass attempts... Read More

It sounds as though the New York Jets just might be done with defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson. When asked if Wilkerson would return this week, Jets head coach Todd Bowles was non-committal and said it’s an “internal thing.” Wilkerson was left at home in Week 15 after missing a team meeting, amidst several other reports... Read More

Jets Waive Jeremy Kerley

The New York Jets have waived wide receiver Jeremy Kerley just a few days after his four-game suspension for performance-enhancing drug violations came to an end. Kerley wasn’t particularly good for Gang Green this year, only catching 22 passes across eight games for 217 yards and a touchdown, but it’s still a mildly surprising move for... Read More

New York Jets defensive lineman Leonard Williams (concussion) is in the concussion protocol and may be in danger of missing Week 16’s game against the Los Angeles Chargers. Williams hasn’t quite played 2017 at the superstar level we’ve become accustomed to seeing him at over his three-year career, but he’s still been pretty good and... Read More

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