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About Martin K - RotoBaller

Football stats fanatic and Sammy Watkins-truther. I am obsessed with fantasy football but am a soccer fan at heart (sincere apologies). Hopefully you don't get last by reading my advice.

Martin K - RotoBaller has written 578 articles so far, you can find them below.


Cardinals Defense Sputters In Week 16

The Arizona Cardinals defense had a difficult matchup against the Rams in Week 16. The team let up 31 points and largely struggled despite picking up two sacks and a fumble recovery. The Cardinals defense is a low-end streaming option heading into a Week 17 matchup with the Seahawks.

1 year ago

Chad Williams Disappoints In Week 16

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Chad Williams had a tough night against the Rams in Week 16. Williams had one catch for seven yards out of his four targets on the night. Williams has minimal value outside of the deepest formats heading into Week 17.

1 year ago

Trent Sherfield Leads Cardinals In Week 16

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Trent Sherfield led the team in Week 16 against the Rams. Sherfield caught all six of his targets for 62 yards on the night. Sherfield is a desperation flex play heading into Week 17.

1 year ago

Larry Fitzgerald Does His Best In Week 16

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald had a decent night in Week 16 despite losing to the Rams. Fitzgerald caught six of nine targets for 53 yards and threw for a 32 yard touchdown. Fitzgerald is a high-end flex option in Week 17 as the team's leading pass-catcher.

1 year ago

Chase Edmonds Disappoints In Week 16

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds struggled in a backup role to fellow running back David Johnson in Week 16. Edmonds had four rushes for 20 yards on the night and a one yard reception through the air. Edmonds has minimal fantasy value heading into Week 17.

1 year ago


David Johnson Scores In Week 16

Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson had a decent performance in Week 16. Although he only rushed for 35 yards on 10 carries, Johnson caught a 32 yard pass from wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald for the team's only touchdown. Johnson is a high-end RB2 heading into Week 17.

1 year ago

Mike Glennon Plays As Backup To Josh Rosen In Week 16

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Mike Glennon played in relief of quarterback Josh Rosen in the team's Week 16 loss to the Rams. Glennon completed five of seven passes for 63 yards on the night. Glennon should not be rostered in any format heading into Week 17.

1 year ago

Josh Rosen Disappoints Again In Week 16

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen had yet another disappointing performance in Week 16. The rookie quarterback completed 12 of 23 passes for 87 yards and rushed four times for 45 yards before being pulled. It is unlikely that Rosen was started by many fantasy owners, but he should still be considered a low-end QB2 going... Read More

1 year ago

Warning Signals for RB/WR/TE - Week 16

Every year, certain players are highly drafted in drafts by fantasy owners due to the belief that they will vastly outperform expectations throughout the season. Oftentimes, these players carry a significant amount of hype due to breakout potential, elite status, or lack of alternative options on their teams. However, with every player that does meet... Read More

1 year ago

Cardinals Defense Sputters In Week 15

The Arizona Cardinals defense had a tough outing against the high-powered Atlanta Falcons in Week 15. The Cardinals only had two sacks and were responsible for 34 of the 40 points that the team conceded on the night. Going forward, the Cardinals defense is an interesting streaming option in deeper leagues but not trustworthy for... Read More

1 year ago


Ricky Seals-Jones Disappoints In Week 15

Arizona Cardinals Ricky Seals-Jones had yet another disappointing outing in Week 15. Although he was targeted eight times, the second-year tight end had just three catches for 22 yards on the night. Seals-Jones is the team's starting tight end but looks to return low-end TE2 value going forward.

1 year ago

Trent Sherfield Scores In Week 15

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Trent Sherfield made the most of his opportunities in Week 15 against the Falcons. The rookie wide receiver had three catches for 15 yards and a touchdown on five targets on the night. Although he is not one of the top options on the team's depth chart, Sherfield is still a... Read More

1 year ago

Larry Fitzgerald Does His Best In Week 15

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald had a decent performance in the team's loss to the Atlanta Falcons in Week 15. Fitzgerald had seven catches on eight targets for 82 yards and led the team through the air. Fitzgerald has been up-and-down this season but looks to return flex value going forward due to his... Read More

1 year ago

Chase Edmonds Plays In Backup Role In Week 15

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds saw a fair bit of action despite the team losing to the Falcons in Week 15. Edmonds had eight carries for 22 yards and caught two passes for another 22 yards through the air. Edmonds has shown in flashes as a rookie but still has minimal fantasy value because... Read More

1 year ago

David Johnson Is Mediocre In Week 15

Arizona Cardinals quarterback David Johnson had a mediocre Week 15 performance. Johnson rushed just 11 times for 33 and a touchdown on the night and also had three catches for 68 yards on six targets. Although this is better than Johnson has performed in recent weeks, he is still playing on an anemic offense and... Read More

1 year ago


Mike Glennon Plays As Backup To Josh Rosen In Week 15

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Mike Glennon played as the team's quarterback after rookie Josh Rosen was pulled in the 4th quarter. Glennon completed 10 of 14 passes for 111 yards and a touchdown in the team's blowout loss to the Falcons. Glennon will be the team's backup quarterback going forward and has no fantasy value.

1 year ago

Josh Rosen Pulled In Week 15

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen had a very poor performance against the Falcons in Week 15. The rookie quarterback completed 13 of 22 passes for 132 yards and two interceptions and also had a fumble on the ground. Rosen is clearly playing like an inexperienced rookie and was pulled in the 4th quarter for backup... Read More

1 year ago

Cardinals Defense Have Upside In Week 15

The Arizona Cardinals defense is facing a very good Falcons offense in Week 15; however, they have been one of the more formidable units in the passing game and in between the trenches. The Cardinals have sack upside heading into the week as well as the potential to keep the game low-scoring, giving them some... Read More

1 year ago

Ricky Seals-Jones Has Minimal Value In Week 15

Arizona Cardinals tight end Ricky Seals-Jones has had a very poor season after lighting up the stage in 2017. Seals-Jones is still the team's top tight end, but he has failed to get significant yards in the majority of the games this season. Therefore, Seals-Jones has low-end TE2 value heading into Week 15 and should... Read More

1 year ago

Trent Sherfield Has Upside In Week 15

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Trent Sherfield has been a decent option since assuming an expanded role for the team. That being said, Sherfield still has not shown that he has a reliable floor for weekly involvement in fantasy lineups. Sherfield is a decent upside play in deeper leagues but should not be trusted for playoff... Read More

1 year ago


Chad Williams Has Minimal Value In Week 15

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Chad Williams should have an expanded role following the injury to fellow wideout Christian Kirk. That being said, Williams has shown that he can't produce when called upon. The second-year pro has minimal value heading into the team's Week 15 clash with the Falcons.

1 year ago

Larry Fitzgerald Has Flex Value In Week 15

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald has had an up-and-down year in 2018, but the veteran receiver is still the team's most dependable option in the passing game. Fitzgerald has shown that he has PPR upside, but the poor nature of the team's offense limits Fitzgerald's overall upside. Therefore, he should be considered a flex... Read More

1 year ago

Chase Edmonds Has Minimal Value In Week 15

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds has disappointed in his rookie year. Although he did score two touchdowns a few weeks back, Edmonds is still firmly behind fellow running back David Johnson in the team's depth chart. At this point in the season, Edmonds should not be on rosters outside of dynasty formats.

1 year ago

David Johnson Has Upside Against Falcons

Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson has largely underwhelmed this season. However, he will likely be a key focal point for the Cardinals against the Falcons in Week 15. Johnson is facing an underperforming run-defense and could capitalize with a solid performance. That being said, the anemic nature of the Cardinals offense makes Johnson nothing... Read More

1 year ago

Josh Rosen Is Not Worth A Start Against Falcons

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen has largely underwhelmed in his rookie year, and a difficult matchup against the Atlanta Falcons should have a similar result. If fantasy owners are starting Rosen, they are truly desperate. Outside of 2-QB leagues, Rosen is not a start-worthy option for fantasy owners.

1 year ago


Warning Signals for RB/WR/TE - Week 15

Every year, certain players are highly drafted in drafts by fantasy owners due to the belief that they will vastly outperform expectations throughout the season. Oftentimes, these players carry a significant amount of hype due to breakout potential, elite status, or lack of alternative options on their teams. However, with every player that does meet... Read More

1 year ago

Cardinals Defense Is OK In Low-Scoring Loss

The Arizona Cardinals defense/special teams had a decent performance despite losing to the Detroit Lions in Week 14. With one sack, a fumble recovery, and just 11 points allowed, the Cardinals defense ended up being a solid streaming option for the week. Consider the team's defense a low-end streaming option going forward as a result... Read More

1 year ago

Ricky Seals-Jones Disappoints In Week 14

Arizona Cardinals tight end Ricky Seals-Jones had another disappointing performance in Week 14. Seals-Jones had three catches for 31 yards on five targets and was largely irrelevant in the team's passing attack. Seals-Jones is still a low-end TE2 and should not be rostered outside of deeper formats going forward.

1 year ago

J.J. Nelson Is Mediocre In Week 14 Loss

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver J.J. Nelson had a mediocre performance in the team's loss to the Detroit Lions. Nelson had three catches for 43 yards on seven targets and was largely held in check for the night. Nelson has no fantasy value going forward, as there are several better options in the team's passing game... Read More

1 year ago

Larry Fitzgerald Disappoints In Week 14

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald broke the record for the most catches with a single team and still failed to have a significant impact in the team's loss to the Lions. Fitzgerald had five catches for 55 yards on nine targets on the night. With the performance of the entire offense hindering Fitzgerald's production,... Read More

1 year ago


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