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About Houston Parker - RotoBaller

My name is Houston Parker and I'm from Nebraska. I'm basically a sports fanatic and can watch just about anything. My favorite sports include baseball, basketball, football, and golf.

Houston Parker - RotoBaller has written 258 articles so far, you can find them below.


Chris Godwin Will Play

Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin (ankle) is active Sunday, and should be ready to play against the New York Giants. It wasn’t looking good for Godwin earlier in the week, but apparently he has progressed nicely and is ready to play. This is a huge bump for the Buccaneers receiving corps. Godwin is... Read More

1 year ago

John Ross Is Active Sunday

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver John Ross (groin) is active for Sunday’s game against the Ravens. There was some doubt in regards to the receiver being able to suit up, but it appears he’s good to go. With A.J. Green (toe) out Ross should be the No. 2 option behind Tyler Boyd. With Ross playing we... Read More

1 year ago

Lamar Jackson Will Start Sunday

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson will draw his first start in Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals. The rookie will get a chance to make a statement as this is a big divisional matchup. He’ll get a Bengals defense that has been plagued by injury and hasn’t been very effective this season. Jackson’s dual-threat ability... Read More

1 year ago

Mohamed Sanu Could Bust Sunday

Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Mohamed Sanu will have a difficult time trying to get back in the end zone this week, as he draws a tough matchup against the Dallas Cowboys. Sanu has been plagued with a hip injury for over a month now, and it seems it’s still bothering him as he was limited... Read More

1 year ago

Calvin Ridley Faces A Tough Test Sunday

Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Calvin Ridley will face a stout Dallas defense on Sunday, which could limit his performance. The rookie draws a matchup against a Cowboys team that ranks third in fantasy points allowed to receivers this season. Ridley has enough natural talent to break open a big play anytime he takes the field,... Read More

1 year ago


Robert Foster Breaks 100 Receiving Yards On Sunday

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Robert Foster had a breakout game against the New York Jets in the team’s dominating win on Sunday. While Foster was only targeted four times, he ended with three receptions for an impressive 105 yards. Foster became the first Bills receiver to break 100 yards in 19 games. Yeah, you read... Read More

1 year ago

Zay Jones Has A Career Day

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Zay Jones finally got the workload he deserved and delivered in Sunday’s game against the Jets. Jones saw a season-high 11 targets, and managed to bring down eight of them for 93 yards and a touchdown. This performance led to his second touchdown of the year, and may get a lot... Read More

1 year ago

LeSean McCoy Has His Best Performance of 2018

Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy had his best performance of the season on Sunday against the New York Jets. As we thought, McCoy saw an increase in usage with Matt Barkley behind center. The veteran ran the ball a season-high 26 times for 113 yards and two touchdowns. He also caught his one target... Read More

1 year ago

Matt Barkley Performs Well In First Start

Buffalo Bills quarterback Matt Barkley led the team to a dominating win over the New York Jets on Sunday. Barkley is the Bills fourth quarterback this season and was replacing the injured Josh Allen and Derek Anderson. On Sunday he went 15-for-25 for 232 yards and two touchdowns. It’s also worth noting the Bills quarterback... Read More

1 year ago

DraftKings Daily Fantasy Basketball Picks (11/11/18): NBA DFS Lineups

We end the week with a total of six games, but we’ll focus on the five-game main slate for Sunday. Sorry Hornets and Pistons fans. Although there isn’t much to choose from, we do get a couple of solid matchups, and there should be no shortage of competitive games. In fact, four of the games... Read More

1 year ago


A.J. Green May Miss More Time Than Originally Thought

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green may miss more time than the original two weeks that was previously thought. It appears that it “would not be a surprise” if Green doesn't return until sometime in December. This will continue to benefit all of the Bengals receivers with Tyler Boyd moving to the No. 1 target.... Read More

1 year ago

Dewayne Dedmon Misses Double-Double

Atlanta Hawks center Dewayne Dedmon came up one rebound short of a double-double in Friday’s game against the Detroit Pistons. Dedmon came off the bench, but still produced 13 points and nine rebounds in 26 minutes. It’s unclear where Dedmon will end the season, as the Hawks are looking to ship him as soon as... Read More

1 year ago

Trae Young Has Six Turnovers Against Pistons

Atlanta Hawks point guard Trae Young played only 23 minutes in Friday’s game against the Pistons, turning the ball over six times on the night. While Young struggled with handling the ball, he did produce 16 points, including going a perfect 8-for-8 from the line. The rookie also dished out five assists and grabbed four... Read More

1 year ago

Omari Spellman Manages Double-Double Friday

Atlanta Hawks power forward Omari Spellman produced another double-double against the Detroit Pistons on Friday. Spellman shot 50 percent from the field, going 5-for-10, and finishing with 14 points. The rookie also grabbed ten rebounds, three of them being on the offensive side, and added one steal. Even with the Pistons impressive front-court unit, Spellman... Read More

1 year ago

Stanley Johnson Solid Off The Bench

Detroit Pistons small forward Stanley Johnson produced solid numbers off the bench in Friday’s game against the Hawks. Johnson got off to a slow start this season, which resulted in him losing his starting spot to Glenn Robinson III. However, he has played well in the last couple of games, including racking up 22 points... Read More

1 year ago


Reggie Bullock Has Decent Outing In Limited Minutes

Detroit Pistons shooting guard Reggie Bullock only played 23 minutes in the team’s victory over the Atlanta Hawks. Bullock shot 3-for-6 from deep, and finished the night with 13 points, four assists, and three rebounds. Bullock saw limited minutes since the Pistons had already scored 100 points by the end of the third quarter. With... Read More

1 year ago

Andre Drummond Produces Another Double-Double

Detroit Pistons center Andre Drummond produced yet another double-double against the Atlanta Hawks on Friday. Drummond shot an efficient 10-for-15 from the floor, racking up 23 points. The big man also grabbed 11 rebounds, blocked four, dished out one, and had a steal. Drummond has been on fire since his meeting with Joel Embiid, and... Read More

1 year ago

Blake Griffin Continues To Struggle With His Shot

Detroit Pistons power forward Blake Griffin played limited minutes in the team’s dominating win over the Atlanta Hawks. Griffin struggled to get going offensively, shooting 2-for-10 from the field, which led to only six points on the night. However, Griffin did rack up the peripheral stats in his 25 minutes, finishing with nine rebounds, nine... Read More

1 year ago

Calvin Ridley Draws A Favorable Matchup Sunday

Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Calvin Ridley draws a decent matchup against the Cleveland Browns this Sunday. The Browns are ranked 31st in the league in passing yards allowed this season. Last week we finally saw Ridley find the end zone for the first time since Week 4, when he had two. The rookie continues to... Read More

1 year ago

Mohamed Sanu Depending On A Touchdown Sunday

Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Mohamed Sanu looks like he is finally healthy after recently playing through a hip injury. Sanu draws a matchup against a vulnerable Browns defense this Sunday, ranked towards the bottom of the league against the pass. Sanu is moving more towards a boom-or-bust type play recently with the way the Falcons... Read More

1 year ago


Bills Defense Set For A Solid Performance

The Buffalo Bills defense could be a nice play this week as they face a below-average New York Jets offense. The Bills come in ranked first in the league in forced fumbles with an incredible 17 already this season. One thing to watch for this week is the quarterback situation. If Nathan Peterman gets the... Read More

1 year ago

Logan Thomas A Sneaky Play For Sunday

Buffalo Bills tight end Logan Thomas could be a sneaky play headed into this Sunday’s game against the New York Jets. Thomas broke out last week catching seven balls on eight targets from quarterback Nathan Peterman. If Peterman is starting again, we could see around the same volume as he is an easy target for... Read More

1 year ago

Zay Jones Draws Favorable Matchup In Week 10

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Zay Jones will look to bounce back after a disappointing performance last week. Jones gets a favorable matchup against a Jets defense that’s ranked 27th in fantasy points allowed to wide receivers. The young receiver may be Buffalo’s best option in the pass game, which isn’t saying much, but he does... Read More

1 year ago

Kelvin Benjamin A Risky Play Sunday

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin draws a fantastic matchup this week against the New York Jets. The biggest factor for Benjamin will be who is at quarterback for the Bills. If both Josh Allen and Derek Anderson are unable to go we should actually give Benjamin a bump as Nathan Peterman loves to target... Read More

1 year ago

LeSean McCoy Should See Increased Usage This Week

Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy is looking to improve from his subpar performance last week when the team takes on the Jets this Sunday. McCoy only played in 41 percent of the Bills snaps last week, which was a low for him while healthy. He lost a good chunk of carries to Chris Ivory... Read More

1 year ago


Bills Quarterbacks Should Be Avoided Sunday

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen is inching his way back to being able to play, but it’s still uncertain if he’ll be ready for this Sunday’s game against the New York Jets. If he can’t take the field it will be Derek Anderson’s job, but he is still in concussion protocol. So, we once again... Read More

1 year ago

T.J. Warren Will Start Thursday

Phoenix Suns small forward T.J. Warren will be back in the starting rotation Thursday against the Celtics. Coach Igor Kokoskov said having Warren start gives the Suns more flexibility when containing the ball on defense. This will hurt Ryan Anderson as he moves back into a bench role, and should probably see around 22-28 minutes... Read More

1 year ago

Bogdan Bogdanovic Will Rest Friday

Sacramento Kings guard/forward Bogdan Bogdanovic (rest) won’t be available in Friday’s game against the Timberwolves. Bogdanovic played limited minutes in his first game back on Wednesday, and the Kings are looking to work him back slowly. This should lock in Iman Shumpert’s minutes for the game now that Bogdanovic is ruled out. Perhaps the biggest... Read More

1 year ago

Paul Millsap Should Be Ready Friday

Denver Nuggets forward/center Paul Millsap (ankle) is listed as probable for Friday’s game against the Nets. Millsap has been battling this injury recently, but continues to play through it. Until he is fully healed, Millsap is to big of a risk to roster up. However, Trey Lyles continues to make to most of his minutes,... Read More

1 year ago

Eric Gordon Out Thursday

Houston Rockets shooting guard Eric Gordon (groin) is close, but still not ready to play in Thursday’s game against the Oklahoma City Thunder. As long as the deep-threat remains out, Carmelo Anthony should be relied on for more offensive production. Anthony should get minutes in the 24-28 range tonight, but is very scoring dependent for... Read More

1 year ago


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