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About David A Marcillo - RotoBaller



David A Marcillo - RotoBaller has written 65 articles so far, you can find them below.


Congrats on (probably) making it through the first week or two of the playoffs! I got knocked out in the first round because almost all of my hitters decided to pretty much take a week off from being on base. My closers did great though, so I'm still qualified to create this week's Closers and... Read More

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley popped up on Thursday's injury report, getting in a limited practice due to an ankle injury. Late-week injuries are never a good sign, but there's been no mention yet of Beasley being forced to miss Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks. Whether or not he plays, Beasley's fantasy status... Read More

Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco was great on Wednesday, striking out 11 in 6 2/3 innings. He allowed just one run on four hits and a walk. The one run he allowed was on a solo home run. Carrasco did not factor in the decision, as Cleveland won on a grand slam in the... Read More

Cleveland Indians infielder/outfielder Jason Kipnis won Wednesday's game with a grand slam in the bottom of the ninth. It was his only hit of the night, as he finished 1-for-3 with a walk, four RBI, and a run scored. The slam was Kipnis' 1000th hit of his career, and his first hit was also a... Read More

Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee missed practice on Wednesday due to a hamstring injury. Death, taxes, and Sean Lee missing practice. It's unclear for now how severe Lee's injury is, but any time he is on the field, the Cowboys defense looks significantly better. He would seemingly still have a chance to suit up on... Read More

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams shouldn't be starting in any fantasy lineups for Week 3. Williams has caught two passes for 18 yards so far this season, despite being on the field for most of the first two games. The Cowboys offense simply isn't working outside of running back Ezekiel Elliott. None of the... Read More

Philadelphia Eagles running back Corey Clement could have a big week in Week 3. With Darren Sproles (hamstring) and Jay Ajayi (back) looking questionable at best, Clement could end up taking on a huge role. If Sproles and Ajayi sit, Clement would lead a backfield that would also "feature" Wendell Smallwood and undrafted free agent... Read More

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Allen Hurns cannot be trusted in a starting lineup in Week 3. Hurns has two catches for 29 yards through the first two games of the season and the Cowboys seem committed to running their entire offense through running back Ezekiel Elliott. Hurns might still develop some value later on in... Read More

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott has essentially become the entire offense for the team. Their whole playbook seems to be, "get the ball to Zeke" written in crayon. Quarterback Dak Prescott has eclipsed 212 yards passing in just one of his past 10 games and has thrown more than one touchdown just twice in... Read More

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is not a starting option in a Week 3 matchup against the Seattle Seahawks. Prescott has now thrown for 212 yards or fewer in nine of the past 10 games he's started. In eight of those games, he's thrown fewer than two touchdowns. He's essentially become the middle man to... Read More

Philadelphia Eagles tight end Zach Ertz is lined up for a strong Week 3 performance. Ertz leads all tight ends with 23 targets through the first two weeks. Although he was certainly Nick Foles' favorite target, he also was a top-10 tight end in 9-of-11 Wentz starts last season. While he may see one or... Read More

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Kamar Aiken could have a bigger than expected role in Week 3. With Alshon Jeffery (shoulder), Darren Sproles (hamstring), and Jay Ajayi (back) all questionable at best and Mike Wallace (leg) out, the Eagles are running out of players to catch passes from the returning Carson Wentz. Aiken played 78 percent... Read More

Philadelphia Eagles running back Wendell Smallwood could have a somewhat significant role in Week 3, but it's unlikely to be enough to create a significant fantasy impact. With Darren Sproles (hamstring) and Jay Ajayi (back) questionable at best to play against the Colts, Corey Clement could be leading the Eagles backfield against a Colts defense... Read More

Philadelphia Eagles running back Darren Sproles (hamstring) seems unlikely to play in Week 3. Sproles already missed Week 2, and coach Doug Pederson said his recovery could take, "a little longer" than that of Jay Ajayi. Even if Sproles ultimately suits up for Sunday's game, he'd be playing on an injured hamstring and likely wouldn't... Read More

Philadelphia Eagles running back Jay Ajayi (back) may or may not play in Week 3, but seems to be shaping up as far too risky to take a chance on regardless. Even if Ajayi ends up listed as questionable to play, it seems like the team is preparing to be without him and Darren Sproles... Read More

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles is back to holding a clipboard in Week 3. With Carson Wentz (knee) returning to a starting role, Foles will go back to being one of the better backups in the NFL. Foles was able to lead the Eagles to a 1-1 start despite not playing nearly as well as... Read More

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz (knee) is finally back in the starting lineup for Week 3, but he might not be a great fantasy option. Wentz is coming back from a major knee surgery to a team with two legitimate receiving options. He was excellent last season, but is due for significant touchdown regression, and... Read More

Cleveland Indians designated hitter Edwin Encarnacion remained out of the starting lineup for Tuesday's game against the Chicago White Sox. Encarnacion was forced to leave Saturday's game due to a right ankle sprain and hasn't played since then. Yandy Diaz will slide into Encarnacion's designated hitter spot for Tuesday's game. Hot Trending ArticlesPlayers You Should... Read More

Eagles Promote Josh Adams

The Philadelphia Eagles signed running back Josh Adams off of their own practice squad. Adams looked good in preseason games, but there wasn't room for him on the roster once final cuts needed to be made. While the team may have promoted him in order to keep him in the organization because other teams were... Read More

St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Miles Mikolas earned his 16th win of the season on Monday, tossing five innings while allowing two runs on four hits and a walk. He struck out six on the night and is now 16-4 with a 3.01 ERA. He'll take on the Giants in his next start as he... Read More

St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina hit a home run and drove in three runs on Monday. He got his first RBI of the night the hard way, getting hit by a pitch with the bases loaded. He then hit a two-run home run and got to take a much less painful stroll around the... Read More

Dallas Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory (concussion) is expected to be able to play in Week 3 against the Seattle Seahawks. He was forced to miss Week 2 because of a concussion, but has already returned to practice and should be able to clear the league's concussion protocol in time for Sunday's game. Gregory's presence... Read More

Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Trevor Bauer (leg) could pitch out of the bullpen in the postseason, according to team president Chris Antonetti. Bauer has a fractured fibula and hasn't pitched for about a month. He was able to make it through a bullpen session on Saturday and is scheduled to face live hitters early this... Read More

Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver Michael Gallup was only able to catch one pass on Sunday, gaining five yards. After being looked at as potentially "the only Dallas wide receiver worth owning" before the season began, Gallup has disappointed in two straight weeks to open up the season. While he still may have some lasting... Read More

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Allen Hurns caught only one pass in Week 2, after catching just one pass in Week 1 as well. Hurns gained nine yards in this one. After being talked about as a potential WR1 in the preseason, Hurns is now on pace for 16 catches this season. He cannot be started... Read More

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was essentially the entire Dallas offense on Sunday night, running the ball 17 times for 78 yards and a touchdown and adding five catches for nine yards. His fourth quarter touchdown made his fantasy night worth it, but his heavy usage was encouraging going forward despite the overall struggles... Read More

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott completed 16 of 25 passes for 160 yards and a touchdown in Week 2 against the New York Giants. He also ran the ball seven times for another 45 yards. Prescott hasn't looked great in either of the first two games this season, playing more as a game manager than... Read More

Philadelphia Eagles rookie tight end Dallas Goedert did not catch a single pass in Week 2. He was amazing all preseason and made a lot of people excited, but he has not done much in the first two weeks of the real season. Goedert has all the talent to succeed, but he played behind Josh... Read More

Philadelphia Eagles tight end Zach Ertz led the Eagles in targets in Week 2, catching 11 of 13 for 94 yards. Any time Nick Foles is the quarterback, Ertz is a safe bet to be in double-digits in terms of targets. There's a chance Carson Wentz (knee) will return next week, and while Wentz may... Read More

Philadelphia Eagles running back Corey Clement took advantage of his opportunity in Week 2, running the ball six times for 30 yards and catching five passes for 55 yards. With Darren Sproles inactive and Jay Ajayi missing almost the whole first half with a back injury, Clement got a chance to show off a bit... Read More

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