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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 176 articles so far, you can find them below.


Congratulations if you've made it this far in your survivor pools. You've survived half of the NFL season, well done RotoBallers. There is still half a season to go now, and this is where survivor pools get really fun. I'm here, as always, to try and help you identify the best survivor pool targets and... Read More

What's up RotoBallers. Welcome back to my weekly column for survivor league pools, giving you my NFL teams to target as survivor league picks - and those to avoid as well. This will be one of the hardest weeks to make your survivor pick. The Rams, 49ers, Ravens, Steelers, and Giants are on bye. With six... Read More

Perhaps the playing level has diminished, but what about the coaching? Mike McCarthy this Sunday made some boneheaded decisions. On 4th and 1 from the Dallas 19 in the first quarter trailing 7-0, he kicks a field goal. Two drives later on 4th and 2 from the Dallas 25, McCarthy settles again. Although Aaron Rodgers has been... Read More

Through five weeks of the season, it’s safe to pronounce the Houston Texans as this year’s good bad team. They’ll defeat the bad teams, but get crushed by the good ones. The Texans had trouble defeating the Bears, Chiefs, and Titans. They got smoked by the Patriots and didn’t seem too interested in playing football... Read More

The NFL schedule impacts each team in drastic ways. The Eagles opened with the Browns and Bears at home, then destroyed Pittsburgh. What if the schedule was turned around and the Eagles opened with the Steelers? The Steelers would have been a favorite and my guess is they would have won. If the Eagles lost... Read More

There are 31 teams that are too hard to get a grasp of, and then there’s the New England Patriots. They are the only reliable team week to week. I think my third rule for survivor, saving the best teams until the end, is no longer viable. Each week, take the team with a favorable... Read More

Week 3 is do or die for some NFL teams. Starting a season 0-3 spells doom. In NFL history, only five teams have made the playoffs after starting 0-3. Teams like the Bills, Colts, and Washington are in must-win situations. More on these matchups below. Editor's Note: Be sure to check out FantasyAces DFS contests for... Read More

It was one of the best opening weekends the NFL has had in some time. Week 1 ended after the ultimate duel between Case Keenum and Blaine Gabbert. They combined to throw for 300 total yards. Astonishing. This highlight doesn’t even show a pass that Keenum completed. Is Jeff Fisher really sure Jared Goff isn’t... Read More

As you all know football is back. I'm not going to bore you about cliches. Rather, let's get right into week one. Week one is always the hardest week to gamble on. This year’s opening weekend is one of the more difficult in recent years. I have scrolled through the lines at sportsbook.ag more than 20... Read More

James Hahn defeated Roberto Castro in a playoff to capture the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow. Castro hit one of the most unlikely shots in the playoff; hitting the ball off a man's head and then landing in a shoe.  Hahn was awful at this course in recent year's, but managed to win. It shows how unpredictable a... Read More

Charley Hoffman won his first PGA Tournament since 2014, holding off Patrick Reed by one stroke. If you just want to see my picks for this coming tournament, then you can scroll past this introduction. For my picks; Brandt Snedeker (T25, 5- under), Bryson DeChambeau (missed cut), Jason Kokrak (missed cut), Daniel Summerhays (T13, 7-... Read More

Former number one in the world Luke Donald was unable to convert his 54-hole lead into a victory as Branden Grace shot 5-under 66 in the final round to win his first PGA Tour event. Russell Knox finished runner-up with Donald (I chose Knox in my column last week.) Four of my eight selections missed... Read More

Jordan Spieth looked like he would run away with The Masters and defend his title after 63 holes. But a quadruple bogey on the Par-3 12th, did him in. Let's not say Spieth choked, because playing in front of that many people is unfathomable, but rather collapsed. Danny Willett played tremendous golf Sunday to win... Read More

Jim Herman captured his first PGA Tour victory holding off Henrik Stenson by one stroke to win the Shell Houston Open. I have picked Herman many times in this column in the past and I am glad the 38-year-old finally broke through. Stenson's second place finish is another tournament where he fell short. The Swede has... Read More

March Madness is well underway and we'll giving a full breakdown on each region for the upcoming Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight games. This NCAA Tournament has been one of the wildest March Madness seen in years. I'm here to tell you some teams that I believe in for the next two rounds of the tournament. Hopefully these are... Read More

March Madness is well underway and we'll giving a full breakdown on each region for the upcoming Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight games. This NCAA Tournament has been one of the wildest March Madness seen in years. I'm here to tell you some teams that I believe in for the next two rounds of the tournament. Hopefully these are... Read More

College basketball has been crazy thus far. Top ranked teams keep falling and there seems to be an upset nightly. This NCAA Tournament should be the wildest March Madness seen in years. I'm here to tell you some teams that I believe in, and some teams that I don't. Hopefully this will help you make your tournament... Read More

March Madness is officially here and RotoBaller will be giving a full breakdown on each region, including some potential sleepers and busts. You can review the South Region here, East Region, West Region - and now we'll be taking a look at the Midwest Region. This NCAA Tournament should be the wildest March Madness seen in... Read More

March Madness is officially here and RotoBaller will be giving a full breakdown on each region. You can review the South region here, and now we'll be taking a look at the East. Editor's Note: If you are interested in more college basketball columns, you can also check out our CBB DFS lineups picks and... Read More

March Madness is officially here and RotoBaller will be giving a full breakdown on each region, including some potential sleepers and busts. You can review the South Region here, East Region, Midwest Region - and now we'll be taking a look at the West Region. This NCAA Tournament should be the wildest March Madness seen in years. I'm... Read More

March Madness is officially here and RotoBaller will be giving a full breakdown on each region, beginning with the South. First, a couple of notes and tips. The Selection Committee did an awful job. I wasn't surprised that Syracuse got in over Monmouth--the committee continually favors teams from major conferences. How did Tulsa make it... Read More

Adam Scott did it again. He won his second tournament in a row holding off Bubba Watson by one stroke. My top pick, Dustin Johnson, was right up there heading into Sunday, but shot a final round 79. Sound like a familiar story? Well, yeah. Johnson is known to blow up on Sunday so it... Read More

Adam Scott defeated Sergio Garcia by one stroke to win the Northern Trust Open. Rickie Fowler was playing the best golf before the weekend, not bogeying in the first two rounds, but couldn't sustain his strong play, as he finished T6. I thought I found the gem of the tournament, George McNeill, after Thursday, as... Read More

Bubba Watson birdied two of the last three holes to win the Northern Trust Open. Jason Kokrak and Adam Scott both finished one stroke back. Last week I picked Sergio Garcia or Charl Schwartzel to win. Garcia missed the cut and Schwartzel finished T45. Matt Kuchar was my best pick, as he finished T8, 10-under.... Read More

Phil Mickelson was lining up on the 18th hole for a birdie putt, to force a playoff, when CBS showed a stat saying Mickelson was 23-for-23 on putts within six feet for the tournament. Once that stat was shown, I knew he would miss it. The putt lipped out and Vaughn Taylor won, overcoming a six... Read More

What's up RotoBallers. Welcome to part two of my mid-season fantasy basketball rankings. The 2015-16 NBA season has kicked into high gear and we’ve seen some very exciting games thus far. Most notably, the Warriors started the season on a tear winning their first 24 games consecutively. You can see my top 25 players for... Read More

What's up RotoBallers. Welcome to part one of my mid-season fantasy basketball rankings. The 2015-16 NBA season has kicked into high gear and we’ve seen some very exciting games thus far. Most notably, the Warriors started the season on a tear winning their first 24 games consecutively. However, there are more budding stars in this... Read More

What a Phoenix Open that was. I wonder how many watched Rickie Fowler and Hideki Matsuyama play all four playoff holes, even though the Super Bowl was kicking off during the playoff. I'll be honest, I was switching back and forth between the Super Bowl and the sudden death playoff. Ricky Fowler completely blew that... Read More

Golf is a gentleman's game. Fans applaud and are mostly very polite and respectful. The Waste Management Phoenix Open is the complete opposite. It is the rowdiest golf tournament. Most of the fans are very drunk. They dress up in all different costumes, and shout and scream at the players. It's made for TV. If... Read More

I went 2-1 straight up and against the spread this past week. Last week I wrote, "There's due to be one huge upset this week." That upset was the Rams beating the Seahawks in Seattle as 13-point underdogs. I have little interest in games this week that are meaningless, therefore I will focus on games that have playoff... Read More

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