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About David A Marcillo - RotoBaller



David A Marcillo - RotoBaller has written 104 articles so far, you can find them below.


2020 Early Bullpen Outlooks - A.L. Central

Welcome to 2020, fantasy friends. There are four football teams still playing and basketball and hockey are in full swing, so it's time to start thinking about the 2020 baseball season. Free agency has been a little more front-loaded this season, leaving fewer questions about rosters heading into Spring Training. Still, there will be changes... Read More

3 days ago

Marlins Acquire Stephen Tarpley

The Miami Marlins and New York Yankees completed a trade on Wednesday, sending pitcher Stephen Tarpley to Miami in exchange for third baseman James Nelson and cash. In a corresponding move, pitcher Brian Moran was designated for assignment by the Marlins. Tarpley had a 5.88 ERA and issued 21 walks in just 33 2/3 innings... Read More

3 days ago

2020 Early Bullpen Outlooks - A.L. East

Welcome to 2020, fantasy friends. With football season winding down and basketball and hockey in full swing, it's time to start thinking about the 2020 baseball season. Free agency has been a little more front-loaded this season, leaving fewer questions about rosters heading into Spring Training. Still, there will be changes between now and Opening... Read More

2 weeks ago

Jake Elliott Kicks Three Field Goals in the Playoffs

Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott made all three of his field goal tries in a playoff loss to the Seattle Seahawks. Elliott didn't get a chance to attempt any extra points. His field goals came from 46, 26, and 38 yards. Elliott had a bit of a rough patch near the end of the season,... Read More

2 weeks ago

Greg Ward Catches Three Passes in the Playoffs

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Greg Ward caught three passes on Sunday, gaining 24 yards. He also ran the ball once for a three yard gain. Ward was actually the backup quarterback for most of this game, as Carson Wentz was forced to leave with a head injury and Nate Sudfeld was inactive. Ward showed some... Read More

2 weeks ago


Zach Ertz Makes Two Catches in a Playoff Loss

Philadelphia Eagles tight end Zach Ertz (ribs, kidney) played through his injuries to make two catches for 44 yards on Wild Card Weekend. Ertz was visibly limited in this one, but he did well on his two catches. Ertz should be fully healthy by Week 1 of next season, and even with the ascending Dallas... Read More

2 weeks ago

Dallas Goedert Leads the Eagles Offense in a Wild Card Loss

Philadelphia Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert took over the offense in a Wild Card loss, catching seven passes for 73 yards. He led the Eagles in catches, yards, and targets in a game where Zach Ertz (ribs, kidney) was visibly limited. Goedert's fantasy arrow is pointing straight up leading into the 2020 season.

2 weeks ago

Boston Scott Picks Up 48 Yards on Sunday

Philadelphia Eagles running back Boston Scott picked up 48 yards in a Wild Card Weekend loss. He ran the ball six times for 25 yards and added three catches for 23 more yards. Scott showed some flashes at the end of this season and should have a more significant role from Week 1 next season.... Read More

2 weeks ago

Miles Sanders Gains 77 Yards in a Wild Card Loss

Philadelphia Eagles rookie running back Miles Sanders ran the ball 14 times for 69 yards, adding three catches for eight yards. Sanders was dealing with an ankle injury and limited in some practices leading up to this one, and he seemed a bit slow at times. He wraps up a solid rookie season however, and... Read More

2 weeks ago

Josh McCown Takes Over in the First Quarter

Philadelphia Eagles backup quarterback Josh McCown was forced to play almost all of Sunday's Wild Card game, entering after starter Carson Wentz was forced to leave with a head injury in the first quarter. McCown did the best he could, completing 18 of his 24 passes for 174 yards. He was also able to run... Read More

2 weeks ago


Carson Wentz Officially Ruled Out Against the Seahawks

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz was officially ruled out with a head injury. Wentz was forced to leave early but remained questionable throughout the first half. Before the Eagles received the second half kickoff, however, Wentz was ruled out officially. 40-year-old Josh McCown will lead the Eagles offense for the remainder of the game. Wentz... Read More

2 weeks ago

Jason Garrett Officially Fired

The Dallas Cowboys have finally officially fired coach Jason Garrett. Expected since the end of another 8-8 season, Jerry Jones and company waited until the middle of the Eagles playoff game to make it official. Coincidence? The Cowboys will enter the coaching carousel a bit late, as other teams have already started coaching interviews. The... Read More

2 weeks ago

Carson Wentz Questionable to Return

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz was forced to exit Sunday's playoff game due to a head injury and is questionable to return. Wentz was in the medical tent after a helmet-to-helmet hit from Jadeveon Clowney and soon after was seen heading to the locker room. Josh McCown took over at quarterback and the 40-year-old played... Read More

2 weeks ago

Zach Ertz Officially Active for Wild Card Weekend

Philadelphia Eagles tight end Zach Ertz (ribs, kidney) is officially active for Sunday's Wild Card game against the Seattle Seahawks. Ertz is dealing with a fractured rib and a lacerated kidney, but he'll be in there for Carson Wentz's first playoff game. Despite being at home, the Eagles come into the game as underdogs and... Read More

2 weeks ago

Nationals Sign Will Harris

The Washington Nationals have come to terms with relief pitcher Will Harris on a multi-year contract. Harris was excellent in 2019 with the Astros, pitching 60 innings and posting a 1.50 ERA. His 62:14 strikeout-to-walk ratio was very impressive as well. Harris will likely take on an eighth inning role with his new team, ahead... Read More

2 weeks ago


Nelson Agholor Not Expected to Play on Wild Card Weekend

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Nelson Agholor (knee) is not expected to play on Wild Card Weekend. In fact, Agholor is unlikely to play again this season no matter how far the Eagles advance. Agholor hasn't played since Week 13, and has likely played his last game in an Eagles uniform. He'll surely find another team... Read More

2 weeks ago

Jake Elliott a Solid Choice for Wild Card Weekend

Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott is a solid kicking option for lineups that require them on Wild Card Weekend. Elliott had a bit of a rough patch a few weeks ago, but has been much more consistent lately. With an injury-decimated offense, the Eagles may end up with several stalled out drives, leading to a... Read More

2 weeks ago

Eagles Defense Okay for Wild Card Weekend Lineups

The Philadelphia Eagles Defense is an okay option for DFS lineups on Wild Card Weekend. They'll be playing at home, but taking on a sometimes-explosive Seattle Seahawks offense. It's tough to recommend a defense playing against Russell Wilson, but the Seahawks haven't looked great on offense lately. There are better defense options available, but the... Read More

2 weeks ago

Josh Perkins Could Be a Solid Low-Cost Wild Card Option

Philadelphia Eagles tight end Josh Perkins could be a solid low-cost option if DFS leagues on Wild Card Weekend. If Zach Ertz (ribs, kidney) is unable to play against the Seattle Seahawks, Perkins will be an almost every-down player along with Dallas Goedert. If Ertz does play, Perkins will have little to no value, but... Read More

2 weeks ago

Dallas Goedert Could Be the Top Option for Wild Card Weekend

Philadelphia Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert could be the top option at his position for Wild Card Weekend. Zach Ertz (ribs, kidney) seems to be on the wrong side of questionable, which would leave Goedert as quarterback Carson Wentz's top option in the passing game. Even if Ertz ends up playing, Goedert will still have... Read More

2 weeks ago


J.J. Arcega-Whiteside Not Worth a Start on Wild Card Weekend

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside will be playing a significant role on Wild Card Weekend, but is not a recommended option in most DFS formats. Arcega-Whiteside has been a near every-down player for a few weeks now, but has been almost invisible. While he still has some dynasty league intrigue as a long-term play,... Read More

2 weeks ago

Greg Ward Expected to Be the Top Eagles Receiver Again

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Greg Ward is expected to be the top wide receiver for quarterback Carson Wentz once again on Wild Card Weekend. Nelson Agholor (knee) is not expected to play again this season, and every other Eagles wide receiver is already on injured reserve. While Ward will be atop the wide receiver depth... Read More

2 weeks ago

Boston Scott Could Have Tons of Value on Wild Card Weekend

Philadelphia Eagles running back Boston Scott could have tons of value on Wild Card Weekend, but it's wholly dependent on the availability of Miles Sanders (ankle). If Sanders plays and is healthy, Scott will be in only for change-of-pace and occasional passing down situations. If Sanders is limited or unavailable though, Scott will become a... Read More

2 weeks ago

Miles Sanders Has Nice Upside if Healthy for Wild Card Weekend

Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders (ankle) is tentatively expected to play against the Seattle Seahawks on Wild Card Weekend. Sanders was forced to leave the game in Week 17 and was not able to participate in the Eagles walkthrough on Wednesday, but he is at least for now expected to be on the field... Read More

2 weeks ago

Carson Wentz Not a Great Option for Wild Card Weekend

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz is not a great DFS option for Wild Card Weekend. Taking on a Seattle Seahawks team that can occasionally show up in pass defense, Wentz will be throwing to a group of no-names and could struggle to get much going. Top receiving option Zach Ertz (ribs, kidney) seems to be... Read More

2 weeks ago


Cowboys Defense Plays Well in Week 17 Win

The Dallas Cowboys Defense played well in a Week 17 win over Washington, allowing just one touchdown and three field goals. They recorded two sacks and an interception against Case Keenum and a scuffling Washington offense. The Cowboys defense was hyped up before the season but widely disappointed most weeks. There are shakeups in store... Read More

3 weeks ago

Kai Forbath Makes Nine Kicks in Week 17

Dallas Cowboys kicker Kai Forbath made all nine of his kicks in a Week 17 win over Washington. Forbath made all five of his extra point tries and kicked in field goals from 28, 47, 48, and 40 yards out. Forbath was an excellent fantasy kicker for the weeks he was on the Cowboys, and... Read More

3 weeks ago

Blake Jarwin Comes Up Empty in Week 17

Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin was targeted just once in Week 17 but did not come up with a catch. Jarwin showed some flashes this season and could be a solid fantasy tight end if Jason Witten were to end up retiring before the 2020 season.

3 weeks ago

Jason Witten Catches Four Passes in Week 17

Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten caught four passes in Week 17, gaining 24 yards. He was targeted four times and caught all four balls thrown his way. Witten and head coach Jason Garrett may have seen their last Cowboys games, although Witten will likely be welcomed back if he decides to return for the... Read More

3 weeks ago

Randall Cobb Makes Five Catches in Week 17

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Randall Cobb ended the season with a five-catch, 81-yard performance in Week 17. Cobb has some bright spots this season, but was consistently a distant third on the wide receiver depth chart behind Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup. He'll be a free agent and should end up in a similar role... Read More

3 weeks ago


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