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About Seth I. Finkelstein- RotoBaller

Seth was born in New York and currently resides there. He is a fan of the New York Yankees, New York Jets, New York Rangers, and New York Knicks. Seth is also a big fan of the St. John's Red Storm.

Seth I. Finkelstein- RotoBaller has written 214 articles so far, you can find them below.

The best weekend of the NFL season is here. The Divisional Round usually pits the eight divisional champs against one another, if they win at home the week prior. This year only two of the four matchups are between division champs, Jags at Steelers, and Saints at Vikings. A quick word about Chiefs collapse against... Read More

After one of the wildest Week 17's in recent memory and what felt like an extremely short season, we've finally made it to the playoffs. The AFC is very weak. The wild card teams have no shot at reaching the Super Bowl. The four division champs do. Over to the NFC, all six teams can... Read More

It only took 16 weeks for the NFL to get back on its axis. That's right, Blake Bortles threw a pick-six. It was his first of the season and 12th since 2014, most in the NFL. We also saw more teams eliminated and watched the AFC South continue to leave a horrid stench and make... Read More

What another great Sunday of football. We saw teams like the Vikings, Rams, and Jaguars win in dominating fashion. We even saw a piece of paper used to decide a monumental fourth down. But most importantly, the game of the year actually was the game of the year. For all those people complaining about the... Read More

Coming into Sunday, this was one of the best cards we’ve had yet. It lived up to its potential. And then some. We saw a snow game, two overtime games, an incredible Sunday night football game, but it’s all overshadowed by Carson Wentz’s injury. It's so unfortunate to see the potential MVP go down in a... Read More

December football is upon us. 25% of the season remains, or four games. However you look at it. Before we get to the nuggets from Week 13, let's go through each division and see who's locked in, who has a shot, and no shot. AFC Locked in: Patriots, Steelers, Jaguars Probably: Ravens, Titans, Chargers Toss-up:... Read More

There are only five weeks to the season left. Favorites are winning at a record pace and crushing Vegas. That means underdogs are due for a monster showing one of these weeks. Let's jump right into it.   Nuggets from Week 12 The Cowboys have scored two touchdowns in their past three games. Kirk Cousins continued... Read More

Bill Parcells used to say, Thanksgiving is the time when you find out which teams are for real, and which ones aren't. There is a giant cluster of teams in the hunt for the two spots in the AFC will card. It is conceivable that a 7-9 team AFC team can make the playoffs. On the other hand,... Read More

After 11 weeks we are finally finding out who the elite teams are, the middle class, and the rest.  Here are my tiers as we move into Week 11: Tier 1: Patriots, Eagles, Steelers, Rams, Saints, Seahawks Tier 2: Chiefs, Vikings, Cowboys, Panthers Tier 3: Titans, Jaguars, Lions, Falcons Tier 4: The rest of the pack Tier 1 teams can win... Read More

It was a high scoring and mostly lopsided Sunday. We saw two teams score 51 points, and even got to see three melees. I thought it would be underdog city, but instead, the favorites went 7-4-2 against the spread, 9-4 straight up. And the biggest favorite and team that seemed like a lock, the Seahawks,... Read More

Can you believe we are eight weeks through the season? It's not too far back when the Giants were Super Bowl contenders, the Jets were going to go 0-16, and the Patriots were destined for a 16-0 season. How things have changed. For those of you still left in your survivor league pools, I'm here... Read More

Early Sunday morning, while everyone was sleeping, Dustin Johnson blew a 6-shot lead in the HSBC Championship final-round. Justin Rose shot a 5-under 67 to take home the first World Golf Championship event of the new season. I will be providing you my DraftKings PGA DFS lineup picks for the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. My goal as always... Read More

Justin Thomas won the CJ Cup defeating Marc Leishman in a playoff. and I finally hit a winner by picking him. This week there is a World Golf Championship in Shanghai, but that doesn't mean there should be any golf tournament the last week of October. I will be providing you my DraftKings PGA DFS lineup picks for the The... Read More

What a boring Sunday that was. The matchups were bad and the games even worse. I love good defensive battles, but on Sunday that wasn't even the case. The Titans and Browns combined scored 21 points on seven field goals. Three teams were blanked. Seven teams could not muster a single offensive touchdown. Once again London... Read More

The stunners continued this past Sunday. None bigger than the Giants dominating the Broncos in Denver. I could not have been more wrong about it, and neither could the public. The line opened at about 9.5/10 in favor of Denver and closed at 13.5. Nobody believed in the Giants, but they finally came out and... Read More

It is getting chilly outside, but the PGA Tour season is trudging along. Every single week until the Phoenix Open, I will criticize the PGA for not taking some time off, let alone for one week. I will be providing you my DraftKings PGA DFS lineup picks for the The CJ Cup. My goal as always is to help put... Read More

I don't understand how people think the #Jaguars are good. If the #Steelers lose this week I'll be damned. Rest of my picks below — Seth I. Finkelstein (@Seth_Fink) October 4, 2017 I am damned. I had two entries in my survivor pool. Three weeks ago, I chose the Ravens over the Jags and... Read More

I had a different intro written before last night's game, but I hadn't seen an ending like that in some time. This is not a gambling column, but this can not be passed up. No, not the field goal, but the final play. The Chiefs were favorite by 6.5 and the over under was 49.... Read More

I can not believe I am writing a golf article this week. This is the first week of October. The leaves are falling. The temperature is dropping. You can smell football in the air. How in the world is there a golf tournament? The season JUST ended. The big name players will not be playing... Read More

Week 3 was the week of the dogs. Eight of nine underdogs in the early games covered the spread and six of those teams won outright (not including Vikes because it went off as pick 'em). In total, the underdogs went 11-4. That's absurd. Vegas probably made a killing. The public's two favorite teams did not... Read More

What a differnce a week makes. Week 2 featured a much better slate of games with tighter results. Let's get right to my observations with some facts. The Chargers went down to the wire again and lost in heartbreaking fashion. Well, what else is new? The Patriots were all of a sudden back after the classic Week... Read More

Marc Leishman went wire-to-wire to win the BMW Championship setting a tournament record at 23-under 261. He was in control for the entire tournament and never looked fazed. And I picked him! At $7,700. What a steal. Justin Rose and Rickie Fowler were finished T-2. And what do you know? I picked Justin Rose. If... Read More

Week 1 is in the books and it sure was a doozy. The games were mostly lopsided and dull. Only two games, the Falcons at Bears, and Chargers, Broncos came down to the final possession.* I had the Bears as an upset special and they should have won the game. Week 1 also leads to massive overreaction.... Read More

If you're still reading this article, thank you. Golf's season should be done by now. I mean, who cares about golf once football starts. There are no majors left, rather a meaningless bogus stupid playoff system. Which speaking of, Justin Thomas won the Dell Technologies Championship two weeks ago (-17) by three strokes over Jordan Spieth... Read More

It's finally back! Football is finally back and now I don't have worry about what I'll be watching on Sunday for the next five months. I always try to figure out what the most exciting part of the year is - right before the NCAA Tournament, or now? It's a tough one, but I'd have... Read More

Dustin Johnson (-13) defeated Jordan Spieth in a playoff to capture the first event of the FedEx Cup Playoffs. Johnson sank a tough 13-foot par putt to force a playoff and then hit an unbelievable drive right over the water to set up a great approach shot. He ended up birdieing the hole to defeat Spieth.... Read More

Henrik Stenson won the Wyndham Championship (-22) by one stroke over Ollie Schniederjans. Stenson shot a final round 64 to win his first event since The Open last year.  The golf season has FOUR tournaments left. I will be providing you my DraftKings PGA DFS lineup picks for The Northern Trust. My goal as always is to help put together... Read More

Justin Thomas won the PGA Championship (-8), his first major, by two strokes over Francesco Molinari, Patrick Reed, and Louis Oosthuizen. Thomas was 2-over after the first round, but got right back into the thick of things after a 5-under second round. Thomas saved his final round on the very first hole after he went... Read More

Hideki Matsuyama (-16) ran away with the WGC- Bridgestone Inviataitonal winning by five shots and tying a course record with a final-round 61. He eagled the second hole on Sunday and never looked back. Anyways, I'll be looking to get back on top the PGA Expert leaderboard providing you with my DraftKings PGA DFS lineup picks for the PGA... Read More

After missing five cuts in a row, Johnny Vegas successfully defended his RBC Canadian Open title with a win (-21) in a playoff over Charley Hoffman. Vegas had not broken par in his last five tournaments and this was his best finish since finishing T-4 at the Honda Classic back in February.  I did choose him... Read More

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