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About Andrew C. Lovell - RotoBaller

Andrew Lovell has years of sports writing and editing experience, most recently at ESPN in Bristol, Conn. He's written everything from features on NBA and WNBA players to game stories on high school volleyball. Andrew is an avid fantasy sports fan and plays in both season-long and DFS leagues. He once lost a fantasy championship game on a blocked Ryan Longwell extra point. Yes, he's still bitter about it. Connect with Andrew on Twitter at @Andrew_Lovell.

Andrew C. Lovell - RotoBaller has written 151 articles so far, you can find them below.

In a little more than 48 hours, we'll know the two teams set to face off in Super Bowl LII. Will it be Tom Brady gunning for his sixth Lombardi Trophy, or the upstart, defensive-minded Jacksonville Jaguars? Will the Case Keenum magic continue, or will Nick Foles continue his Jeff Hostetler impression? We'll find out... Read More

I've got good news and bad news. The bad news is this Saturday and Sunday mark the final weekend with more than two NFL games until September. And the good news? You get one last chance to soak up a DFS slate with more than two games! The goal of this weekly column is to help... Read More

Well, here we are: postseason time. The 2017 season opened back in September with 32 NFL teams all vying for Lombardi Trophy, but now in January only 12 remain alive in their pursuit. If your favorite team is among those 12, congratulations! If not, let us help wash away that bitter disappointment with some daily... Read More

The only negative about the late December holiday season is that it means the end of the NFL regular season. Don't get me wrong, the playoffs are great. But there's just no replacing a full NFL Sunday slate. This Sunday is the last chance to enjoy it for nine months, so make it count! The goal of... Read More

Christmas is right around the corner, but who will be bringing the gifts to your daily fantasy lineups? Todd Gurley certainly brought them last week, in the form of 180 yards from scrimmage and four touchdowns, including one on a pass from Jared Goff. Touchdown stacks are the greatest present a fantasy owner can receive!... Read More

Can't wait for Christmas? No need to worry; you've already got the gift that keeps on giving! Well, at least for three more weeks (and then on a more limited basis in the postseason). Enjoy the final stretch of the NFL regular season and the daily fantasy fun that comes with it. The goal of... Read More

We've reached Week 14 of the NFL season, and typically, that means it's postseason time in season-long fantasy football leagues. Whether your redraft team made the playoffs or not, there's no need to fret; daily fantasy is still here for you. The goal of this weekly column is to help find the most profitable DFS... Read More

It's officially December! In case you're keeping track, we're down to 14 days until Star Wars: The Last Jedi, 24 days until Christmas, and 30 days until the end of the NFL regular season. Where does the time go!? If nothing else though, we're all due for a fun final month of 2017. The goal... Read More

It's the day after Thanksgiving; how are you feeling? If you're a Minnesota Vikings fan, you probably savored every bite of the turkey, stuffing, and mashed potatoes. If you're a Dallas Cowboys fan, well, not so much. Whether or not your favorite NFL team is doing well this season, always remember you can find comfort... Read More

Thanksgiving is less than a week away. Time to reflect on what you are thankful for. Long touchdown runs? Yep. Long touchdown passes? You bet. Long touchdowns in general? Of course. In short, we're all thankful for fantasy football, and what better way to celebrate than with another week of DFS? The goal of this weekly... Read More

The football gods have made us all feel their wrath this season. If you play in a traditional season-long redraft league, the chances are high you've felt the sting of the injury bug (Aaron Rodgers, Deshaun Watson, David Johnson, Dalvin Cook, Julian Edelman, and on and on and on). Hopefully you've sought refuge in the... Read More

Week Nine!? How did this happen? It feels like the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs just kicked off for the season opener last week. Alas, here we are at the midway point of the regular season. Enjoy these weeks of football while they last. The goal of this weekly column is to help... Read More

After you take the Thursday night game, Sunday morning London game, Sunday night game, Monday night game, and six teams on byes out of the equation, this week's normal Sunday slate is looking pretty light on DFS options. Fear not; we've got you covered. The goal of this weekly column is to help find the... Read More

If you played in DFS contests that included Thursday night's Oakland Raiders-Kansas City Chiefs, I sure hope you played Derek Carr (417 yards, three touchdowns) and Amari Cooper (11 receptions, 210 yards, two touchdowns). If not, well ... you're probably going to face an uphill battle. The goal of this weekly column is to help... Read More

Today is Friday the 13th, but the New York Giants have been living a horror movie since early September. In addition to falling to 0-5, New York lost wide receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Brandon Marshall to season-ending injuries this past weekend. It's safe to say the Giants would take a mulligan on this season if... Read More

We get so spoiled by the first four weeks of the NFL season, don't we? All 32 teams playing over the course four days each week. It's glorious. Alas, bye weeks are inevitable, and they've finally arrived as planned for the 2017 (Miami and Tampa Bay didn't exactly plan on their Week 1 byes). This... Read More

How is it Week 4 already? By this coming Tuesday, the NFL season will officially be one quarter of the way through the regular season. That's ... a bummer. Fortunately, we've still got 14 more weeks of regular-season DFS to keep us busy. The goal of this weekly column is to help find the most... Read More

Welcome to Week 3, RotoBallers! The goal of this weekly column is to help find the most profitable DFS stacks, while avoiding the duds. Stacking, or pairing multiple players from the same NFL team, is an ideal way to maximize your point production, which is crucial in larger GPP (guaranteed prize pool) tournaments. Let's take... Read More

That felt great, didn't it? Perhaps last Sunday's slate of NFL games wasn't the greatest every played, but it still allowed us to sit around and watch football all day. Football, we're happy to have you back! The same goes for you, fantasy football. The goal of this weekly column is to help find the most... Read More

Football. Is. Back. And, wouldn't you know, it's just as unpredictable as ever. The Kansas City Chiefs opened the 2017 season with a 42-27 romp over the New England Patriots in Foxborough, Mass. Just like everyone predicted, right? If Thursday's outcome was any indication of what's to come in Week 1 and beyond, we should... Read More

Fantasy football draft season is upon us and RotoBaller is here to help! In this series, two RotoBaller experts will discuss the merits of two players with similar value and average draft position (ADP). Remember that situations will change for all players over the course of the summer and it may impact where they are... Read More

Dynasty leagues offer a fun twist of fantasy football in which owners retain most, if not all of their players from year to year. This creates a greater sense of pride and ownership as you carry many of the same players for multiple seasons. Of course, you've got to make sure you have a core... Read More

NFL rookies have it easy. OK, well, maybe not easy. But their first-season struggles are typically chalked up to the difficult transition from the college ranks to the pros. There's no such mercy in Year No. 2, when the struggles get labeled as the dreaded sophomore slump. Sophomore slumps extend beyond just the player's on-field... Read More

Rookies are the ultimate unknown in the NFL. Teams review hours and hours of game film, analyze enough numbers to make most banks jealous, and scout players at individual workouts, but there's still an unknown quality to rookies. It is difficult to predict how they'll perform as professionals. When they do perform well, general managers and coaches... Read More

So ... how about that Super Bowl, huh? It seems fitting that, after a postseason filled mostly with one-sided snoozers, the football gods would treat us to arguably the most improbable comeback in the history of professional sports. Rather than spend more time trying to figure out what exactly happened the night of Feb. 5... Read More

Everyone seems to have a different definition for what makes a fantasy football "sleeper." For some, it's simply a player they expect to greatly exceed expectations based on their draft position. For others, sleepers are more like unknown commodities - deeper under the radar than mere value picks. For example, Cam Newton and Russell Wilson currently... Read More

What a difference a year can make. Players that are viewed one year as safe bets can be viewed the very next year as shaky propositions. It's the beauty -- or, depending on how you look at it, the curse -- of fantasy football. No position is immune. Every season, there are a handful of... Read More

Quarterback might be the most important position on an NFL field, but the truth is it's not the most important position in fantasy football. Why, you ask? Simple, the depth at quarterback is impressive, making it unnecessary -- and unwise -- to reach early for a quarterback. Sure, players like Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees and... Read More

This is the end, my friends. What began as a marathon race with 32 teams has left just four standing -- the New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers, Atlanta Falcons and Green Bay Packers. One of those four will raise the Lombardi Trophy, but before that happens, we get to squeeze in some more daily fantasy. Enjoy... Read More

Last season, all four road teams won in wild-card weekend for the first time in NFL history. This season, the home teams struck back, winning all four games in rather unexciting fashion -- every game was decided by at least 13 points. Expect a much more exciting and competitive, not to mention star-studded, divisional round.... Read More

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