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About Chris O'Reilly - RotoBaller

Chris is 31 years old and resides in eastern Pennsylvania. His current full-time job has nothing to do with football, writing, or even sports in general. He is taking strides toward changing that.

Chris O'Reilly - RotoBaller has written 2 articles so far, you can find them below.


With the NFL season officially a thing of the past, we can now turn our undivided fantasy attention to preparing for our baseball drafts. We are still waiting on the answers to a few key questions (such as, I don't know, where Bryce Harper and Manny Machado might play their home games?), but we have... Read More

Throughout the course of any fantasy football season, it's inevitable that we're going to be surprised by the performances of certain players, both good and bad. Many highly-drafted players will fall short of expectations, while plenty of late-round flyers and waiver wire acquisitions will show up to save the day. It's important to take note... Read More

The Washington Redskins defense/special teams desperately needed a get-right game, and they found it in a road victory over Jacksonville. Cody Kessler threw for a whopping 57 yards, and the Redskins even shut down Leonard Fournette. Jacksonville's only touchdown came on a Dede Westbrook punt return, and Washington recorded six sacks along with two forced... Read More

Washington Redskins wide receiver Josh Doctson was targeted twice and held without a catch in Sunday's win over Jacksonville. Doctson came into the game with health concerns due to a concussion, but was given the green light to play. Fantasy owners have long since parted ways with the hope that he would put forth at... Read More

Washington Redskins tight end Vernon Davis caught two passes for just 16 yards in Sunday's win over the Jaguars. In the absence of Jordan Reed, it was Jeremy Sprinkle, not Davis, who capitalized with a trip to the end zone. The total lack of consistency from Washington's beleaguered passing game has rendered each of its... Read More

Washington Redskins wide receiver Jamison Crowder hauled in all four of his targets for 46 yards on Sunday in what has become a pretty predictable stat line. In a season admittedly hampered by a relatively long-term visit to the shelf, Crowder has not caught more than four passes in a game. If not for his... Read More

Washington Redskins running back Chris Thompson averaged slightly above two yards per touch in Sunday's win over the Jaguars. Since returning from injury three weeks ago, he has recorded 18 total touches for 72 yards and zero end zone visits. This is not the Thompson we're used to seeing, but considering the uncanny string of... Read More

Washington Redskins quarterback Josh Johnson has done as well as can be asked of him after taking over the offense late in a Week 14 blowout. In a hard-fought road triumph over Jacksonville on Sunday, Johnson threw for 151 yards and the team's lone touchdown, while adding 49 more yards with his legs. In Week... Read More

Washington Redskins tight end Jeremy Sprinkle caught three passes in Sunday's win over the Jaguars, one of which went for a touchdown. The three receptions were his first of the entire season, and Sprinkle had not even been targeted in the passing game since Nov. 18. With Jordan Reed's status for the final two weeks... Read More

Washington Redskins running back Adrian Peterson averaged just 2.7 yards per carry en route to a 51-yard, zero-touchdown Week 15 performance at Jacksonville. Remove the 90-yard touchdown run from Peterson's Week 13 stat line, and he has not provided a start-worthy outing since Week 11. Volume kept his fantasy value afloat for the first half... Read More

If the Washington Redskins defense/special teams was a fighter leaning on the ropes after two straight divisional losses to Dallas and Philadelphia, the Giants delivered the knockdown blow in Week 14. In Week 15, against a Jacksonville offense playing its backup quarterback, we will learn whether Washington's defense has anything left in the tank. Still... Read More

Washington Redskins wide receiver Jamison Crowder will likely be the primary aerial option if Josh Doctson (concussion) is unable to suit up Sunday in Jacksonville. With the Redskins rolling out their fourth new quarterback of the season in what has already been one of the league's worst passing attacks, Crowder's value is limited even if... Read More

Washington Redskins running back Chris Thompson hasn't done anything in his two games back from injury that would instill confidence in his fantasy investors. His lack of production is as much a reflection of the offense as a whole unraveling around him as it is of anything, but expect more of the same in Week... Read More

Washington Redskins quarterback Josh Johnson will make his first NFL start since 2011 on Sunday in Jacksonville. Johnson put up deceivingly impressive numbers in the second half of a blowout loss last week, but don't bank on a repeat performance in Week 15. The Jaguars, for all their woes, have done well against opposing quarterbacks... Read More

Washington Redskins tight end Vernon Davis figures to see most of the snaps left behind by the injured Jordan Reed, who is doubtful to play on Sunday. With quarterback Josh Johnson making his first NFL start in seven years, it stands to reason that Davis would take on the safety blanket role in what is... Read More

Washington Redskins running back Adrian Peterson will look to bounce back from one of his worst games of the season on Sunday in a road bout with Jacksonville. The odds would appear to be stacked against him in an offense marching out its fourth starting quarterback since Week 12 against a Jaguars defense that hasn't... Read More

The Washington Redskins defense/special teams provided no fantasy value in Week 14, and more than likely contributed to the end of a few playoff runs as they watched the Giants blaze past them in a 40-16 rout. The Redskins have now given up at least 28 points in three straight contests, and have compounded this... Read More

Washington Redskins tight end Vernon Davis saw an uptick in involvement after Jordan Reed exited Sunday's loss to the Giants with an injury. This, of course, amounted to a pedestrian four catches for 31 yards as the Redskins tried unsuccessfully to erase an embarrassing early deficit. If Reed is unable to suit up for Week... Read More

Washington Redskins wide receiver Josh Doctson caught four of five targets for 84 yards in Sunday's defeat at the hands of the New York Giants. Both the yardage and yards-per-catch mark season highs for the wideout, but that is about the extent of the optimism to be found here. The Redskins have lost four games... Read More

Washington Redskins running back Chris Thompson caught three passes and was given three carries against the Giants on Sunday. This marks the second game in a row in which Thompson was hardly a focal point of his team's offensive efforts. With so many things going wrong for the Redskins over the last month, one would... Read More

Washington Redskins wide receiver Jamison Crowder caught just two passes on seven targets in Sunday's shellacking at the hands of the Giants. It was all over but the shouting when he took one of those two receptions 79 yards to the house, cashing in a lucrative garbage-time fantasy day. Regarding Crowder's value going forward, it... Read More

Washington Redskins running back Adrian Peterson carried the ball 10 times for 16 yards in Sunday's blowout loss to the Giants. He was out-gained on the ground by Chris Thompson, who only had three carries, and Josh Johnson, the Redskins' fourth new quarterback in as many weeks. As Washington's season has come apart at the... Read More

The Washington Redskins defense/special teams has fallen off the radar somewhat in the realm of fantasy as devastating quarterback injuries seem to have shaken the foundation of the team as a whole. Sunday's game against the Giants could very well be the last chance they have to turn things around and make an improbable playoff... Read More

Washington Redskins wide receiver Josh Doctson has had the benefit of being the one regular starter at his position not to miss significant time due to injury this season, but he has not converted that availability into a productive fantasy campaign. There is no reason to hope for a sudden turnaround with Mark Sanchez now... Read More

Washington Redskins quarterback Mark Sanchez will make his first start since 2015 on Sunday against the Giants. In doing so he will become the third quarterback this season to captain a run-first offense battered by injuries and nearly devoid of reliable or consistent pass-catchers. Moreover, Sanchez was only signed by the Redskins on Nov. 19,... Read More

Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed seemed to be recapturing some of his fantasy intrigue in Weeks 11 and 12, catching 13 passes for 146 yards and a touchdown on 19 targets. Last week's injury to Colt McCoy (and the subsequent arrival of Mark Sanchez as the team's starting quarterback) undeniably throws a wrench into... Read More

Washington Redskins running back Chris Thompson had an uneventful return to the field in Week 13, recording just six inconsequential touches. The Redskins could look to get him more involved in a Week 14 contest that may well determine the fate of their season. The Giants have allowed an NFL-worst six receiving touchdowns to running... Read More

Washington Redskins running back Adrian Peterson is still working his way through a shoulder injury that has affected his participation in practice of late, but the injury hasn't kept him out of any games. Monitor the final injury reports as you prepare your lineup for the first round of the fantasy playoffs, but expect Peterson... Read More

The Washington Redskins defense/special teams assisted many a fantasy owner in the first half of the season, but the unit is now coming off back-to-back games in which it did anything but help. The Redskins have now allowed 31 and 28 points, respectively, in their last two contests, and have only forced one turnover. Turnovers... Read More

Washington Redskins wide receiver Jamison Crowder returned from an extended absence for Monday night's game against Philadelphia, taking the field for the first time since Week 5. Like much of the rest of his team's offense, Crowder was a non-factor in the loss. He caught all four of his targets, but that only amounted to... Read More

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