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About Riley Mrack - RotoBaller

@FantasyOnTheFli Canadian-born and raised, I'm an avid sports fan and fantasy expert on baseball and football.

Riley Mrack - RotoBaller has written 688 articles so far, you can find them below.


Foster Moreau Finds End Zone In Defeat

Oakland Raiders tight end Foster Moreau hit paydirt for the second time in three games as the team fell 42-24 to the Packers on Sunday. The rookie hauled in two of his three targets for 24 yards, which included a 10-yard TD catch, as he's becoming a red zone threat with Tyrell Williams sidelined. Moreau... Read More

3 months ago

Keelan Doss Picks Up 54 Yards In Fill-In Role

Oakland Raiders wide receiver Keelan Doss hauled in a career-high 54 yards on three catches as the Raiders fell to the Packers 42-24 in Week 7. He finished behind tight end Darren Waller for the team high in targets with five as he filled in as a starting receiver with Tyrell Williams (foot) absent. The undrafted rookie... Read More

3 months ago

Costly Turnovers Overshadow Derek Carr's Productive Effort

Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr completed 22 of 28 passes and threw for a season-high 293 yards in a losing effort versus the Packers in Week 7. His pair of touchdown passes were overshadowed by a pivotal fumble late in the second quarter in which he reached for the pylon only to lose the ball... Read More

3 months ago

Josh Jacobs Rumbles Over Packers For 134 Total Yards

Oakland Raiders running back Josh Jacobs had a productive day on the ground versus the Packers on Sunday, picking up 124 yards on 21 carries. He added another 10 yards on three catches as the team tried to play catch up in the 42-24 loss. Jacobs was fed several times on the goal line, including... Read More

3 months ago

Darren Waller Ends Touchdown Drought With Two Scores

Oakland Raiders tight end Darren Waller finally broke through with two touchdowns as the Raiders fell to the Packers 42-24 in Week 7. The end zone eluded the 26-year-old in the first half after a 28-yard score was called back on a penalty, and on another play where he was tripped up at the two-yard... Read More

3 months ago


Josh Jacobs Has Monster Week 7 Potential

Coming out of a bye week, Oakland Raiders running back Josh Jacobs is in prime position to pick up where he left off after a dominating Week 5 performance. After trouncing the Bears Defense for 143 total yards and two rushing scores two weeks ago, the 21-year-old will be leaned on heavily once again versus... Read More

3 months ago

Darren Waller Primed For Another High-Volume Game

Oakland Raiders tight end Darren Waller will once again have a prominent role in the offense in Sunday's matchup versus the Green Bay Packers. He has far and away led the team through five games with 37 receptions and 359 yards, proving to be a reliable receiving option for quarterback Derek Carr who has largely... Read More

3 months ago

Derek Carr Not A Viable Week 7 Option

Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr will have his work cut out for him this Sunday when his team travels to Green Bay to face the Packers. The veteran has done a commendable job managing games so far this season, proving to be a better real-life quarterback than in the fantasy game. Carr has surprisingly led... Read More

3 months ago

Zay Jones Getting Acclimated With New Offense

Oakland Raiders wide receiver Zay Jones is taking in his first week of practices with his new team as he looks to put a disappointing tenure with the Buffalo Bills in the rearview mirror. After getting traded out West last week, Jones has studied the playbook intensively in hopes to suit up this Sunday to... Read More

3 months ago

Zay Jones Traded To The Raiders

The Oakland Raiders have acquired wide receiver Zay Jones from the Buffalo Bills for a fifth-round draft pick in 2021. The former 2017 second-round pick has failed in the Bills organization and has a chance to reinvent himself with a fresh start wearing the silver and black. Jones will likely slide into the WR2 role... Read More

4 months ago


Deandre Washington Vultures A Touchdown

Oakland Raiders running back Deandre Washington found the end zone for the first time this season in the team's victory over the Chicago Bears on Sunday. Josh Jacobs left the game briefly with a minor injury, but it was enough time for Washington to run for a three-yard TD late in the second quarter. He... Read More

4 months ago

Josh Jacobs Scores Twice To Lead The Raiders Victory

Oakland Raiders running back Josh Jacobs scored two touchdowns against the Bears Sunday, leading his team to a 24-21 victory from Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London. He found paydirt on a 12-yard TD scamper in the first quarter, and then put his squad ahead with two minutes to go on a two-yard score. Jacobs logged... Read More

4 months ago

Darren Waller Bottled Up Versus Bears

Oakland Raiders tight end Darren Waller had his least productive game of the season on Sunday, finishing the afternoon with four catches for 39 yards. With Tyrell Williams inactive, the 26-year-old failed to make an impact against a tough Bears Defense as he's yet to find the end zone through five games this season. The... Read More

4 months ago

Derek Carr Throws For 229 Scoreless Yards

Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr led his team to a 24-21 victory over the Chicago Bears Sunday, although his fantasy production left more to be desired. He completed 25 of 32 passes for 229 scoreless yards with no interceptions and one lost fumble. Carr made an errant pitch to Josh Jacobs in the backfield for... Read More

4 months ago

Tyrell Williams Inactive Versus Bears

Oakland Raiders wide receiver Tyrell Williams is officially inactive for Sunday's tilt versus the Chicago Bears. He'll have to put his touchdown streak on hold as he's been battling a foot injury throughout the week, and with a bye upcoming in Week 6, the team will proceed with caution. J.J. Nelson is also inactive, so... Read More

4 months ago


Tyrell Williams Officially Questionable For Week 5

Oakland Raiders wide receiver Tyrell Williams didn't see the practice field once again on Friday, giving him a true questionable tag for this week. Owners will have to check his status prior to the team's 1 PM ET start time, but he's a player to fade as a WR3 even if he's ready to go.... Read More

4 months ago

Darren Waller A Low-End TE1 In Week 5

Oakland Raiders tight end Darren Waller should once again prove to be matchup-proof in this week's international tilt versus the Bears. The 6'6" Georgia Tech product has dominated targets from quarterback Derek Carr this season, causing mismatches all over the field against defenders through the team's first four games. Waller's team-leading 33 receptions is nearly... Read More

4 months ago

Derek Carr Benchable For Week 5

Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr will have his work cut out for him this weekend in a difficult matchup versus the Bears. It'll be the first time that he'll face ex-teammate Khalil Mack who leads the league in QB pressures (22), and who is a part of a defensive unit who has held opposing quarterbacks... Read More

4 months ago

Foster Moreau Catches First Career Touchdown

Oakland Raiders tight end Foster Moreau caught three passes for 30 yards Sunday, including his first career touchdown. The rookie came into this contest with just three catches for 21 yards, but made a nice snag on an 18-yard pass from quarterback Derek Carr to open up the scoring in this contest. Moreau isn't worth... Read More

4 months ago

Derek Carr Does Enough For Week 4 Win

Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr completed 21 of 31 passes for 181 yards and two touchdowns in the team's 31-24 win over Indianapolis on Sunday. Carr led the team down the field for scores on three of the team's first four possessions, but was shut down after that with just a field-goal drive in the... Read More

4 months ago


Darren Waller Leads Passing Attack Yet Again

Oakland Raiders tight end Darren Waller paced the offense in the team's Week 4 win over the Colts. He led the team in receiving as he hauled in 7-of-8 targets for 53 scoreless yards, proving yet again to have one of the safest floors at the position. Waller's ceiling has yet to reach it's potential,... Read More

4 months ago

Tyrell Williams Extends Touchdown Streak To Four Games

Oakland Raiders wide receiver Tyrell Williams found the end zone yet again in Sunday's win over the Colts. It was the fourth consecutive game he hit paydirt as he finished the day with three catches on seven targets for 36 yards. Williams once again finished second on the team in targets to Darren Waller's eight,... Read More

4 months ago

Josh Jacobs Totals 108 Yards Versus Colts

Oakland Raiders running back Josh Jacobs picked up 79 yards on 17 carries and added two catches for 29 yards in Sunday's win over the Colts. In a plus matchup, the rookie didn't quite live up to expectations as he ceded 13 carries to the rest of the Raiders backfield. It was the most touches... Read More

4 months ago

Darren Waller A High-Volume TE1

Oakland Raiders tight end Darren Waller has quickly established himself as one of the top-tier players at the position this year. He's second in the NFL in receptions (26) and ranks third among tight ends with 29 targets and 267 receiving yards. The 26-year-old has yet to find the end zone in 2019, but he... Read More

4 months ago

Tyrell Williams A WR3 Versus Banged-Up Defense

Oakland Raiders wide receiver Tyrell Williams will look to extend his three-game touchdown streak this week when the team travels to Indianapolis to face the Colts. The 28-year-old has displayed a terrific rapport with Derek Carr in his first year with the quarterback as he leads the team in red zone targets (3) and is... Read More

4 months ago


Josh Jacobs Looking To Rebound This Week

Oakland Raiders running back Josh Jacobs will look to rebound this week after a difficult matchup in Week 3. The rookie came into Sunday's game versus the Vikings battling an illness as well as a minor hip issue during the week, but he appears fully healthy going into Week 4 versus the Colts. The Indianapolis... Read More

4 months ago

Derek Carr A Desperation Streamer In Week 4

Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr has yet to top 20 fantasy points in a game this season, but we may see this streak end in Week 4. The team will travel to Indianapolis to take on a Colts Defense that has given up the seventh-most points to quarterbacks this season (20.6 PPG). With the Raiders... Read More

4 months ago

Keelan Doss Still Competing For More Playing Time

Oakland Raiders wide receiver Keelan Doss has yet to see a pass attempt come his way this season, but head coach Jon Gruden gave us optimism by stating "when the time is right, you'll see him." The undrafted rookie played a measly two snaps in Sunday's Week 3 loss to the Vikings in a game... Read More

4 months ago

Catcher Waiver Wire Pickups For Week 26

If you're reading this, you're likely in your head-to-head league final or making one last final effort to catapult up the standings of your roto format. With one week remaining in the long grind of the fantasy baseball season, we've reached a point with our catcher waiver wire article where we look solely at possible... Read More

4 months ago

Raiders Want Bigger Role For Josh Jacobs In Passing Attack

Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden said on Monday that he wants to get running back Josh Jacobs "more involved" in the team's passing attack. The first-round rookie has dominated the backfield in carries, getting nearly 75% of the workload, but has just one catch on three targets through three games. Jacobs sits on the... Read More

4 months ago


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