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About Mark Wemken - RotoBaller

Mark Wemken is a Chicago, Illinois native that needs fantasy football to survive. Mark is 24 years-old and also loves competitive daily fantasy sports. Follow mark on Twitter @FFMadScientist for fantasy football comments, insights, statistics, and more.

Mark Wemken - RotoBaller has written 19 articles so far, you can find them below.


We've reached that point in the year where teams are getting banged up, and whoever stays the healthiest playing a key role in virtually every matchup. Picking on the backups that precede starting defensive backs is a common strategy among DFS players, simply because it's a solid process. Fortunately, we have plenty of data to... Read More

We've reached that point in the year where teams are getting banged up, and whoever stays the healthiest playing a key role in virtually every matchup. Picking on the backups that precede starting defensive backs is a common strategy among DFS players, simply because it's a solid process. Fortunately, we have plenty of data to... Read More

We've reached that point in the year where teams are getting banged up, and whoever stays the healthiest playing a key role in virtually every matchup. Picking on the backups that precede starting defensive backs is a common strategy among DFS players, simply because it's a solid process. Fortunately, we have plenty of data to... Read More

We've reached that point in the year where teams are getting banged up, and whoever stays the healthiest playing a key role in virtually every matchup. Picking on the backups that precede starting defensive backs is a common strategy among DFS players, simply because it's a solid process. Fortunately, we have plenty of data to... Read More

The 'Air-Yards' metric is an extremely useful tool when analyzing how wide receivers are used. The concept was created by then-RotoViz contributor Josh Hermsmeyer, who has since launched his own website, AirYards.com. The majority of the data I discuss in this article was originally produced there, and I strongly encourage you to check out the... Read More

As the season rolls on, it becomes easier and easier to decide which corners are the ones I'm most likely to find success picking on. One of those CBs was discovered in last weeks article, and I will be featuring him again in the first matchup I break down this week. Nothing is more important... Read More

Were you a bad enough dude to roster Phillip Dorsett against the Houston Texans last week? His smash game (at least for his price point) was a matchup-based play that was highlighted in the Week 1 version of this piece. It panned out extremely well. While Donte Moncrief didn't produce has planned, he did account... Read More

It's been a long and rough six months, but our dues have finally been paid. My friends, NFL football is back, draft season is over, and it's finally time to set our lineups and fire up our favorite players for Week 1. Nothing is more important than match-up analyzation when it comes to fantasy football.... Read More

Plunging into the world of football analytics is without question a great way to find fantasy sleepers for the coming season. Especially in the case of running backs, considering overall elusiveness is arguably the best way to determine how good (or bad) a player's performance was. We're going to dive head-first into some grade-A elusiveness... Read More

Plunging into the world of football analytics is without question the best way to find fantasy sleepers for the coming season. Especially in the case of wide receivers, where how they are lining up on the field has a direct correlation with production. Slot receivers don't quite offer the boom-upside an outside receiver will deliver... Read More

We continue our preseason fantasy football sleeper series with a look at Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott. While the first few rounds of every draft are essentially a wash-rinse-repeat of the consensus top-36, we can always count on those middle and late rounds to cement our confidence in this year's sleepers. The definition of the... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Target ~250 CURRENT ADP: ~260 ANALYSIS: Slot receivers genuinely do not come more prototypical than Cole Beasley. The 5'8" veteran ran a whopping 87 percent of his routes out of the slot last year and garnered the positions 18th-most slot targets. Beasley didn't actually lead his team in slot production, however. The now retired Jason Witten led... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Target ~85 CURRENT ADP: ~90 ANALYSIS: Just like every other Green Bay WR that was not Davante Adams, Randall Cobb's season was essentially lost once Aaron Rodgers went down. Cobb averaged over 5.5 receptions and eight targets per game with Rodgers directing traffic compared to just 4.1 catches and 5.5 targets without him. Health was also a factor... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Target ~60 CURRENT ADP: ~70 ANALYSIS: In terms of raw targets, only one team managed to throw towards the slot more times than Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. While Julian Edelman lost his season before it began to a torn ACL, both Chris Hogan and the since-departed Danny Amendola filled the role with grace. Amendola ran over... Read More

We continue our preseason fantasy football sleeper series with a look at Carolina Panthers running back C.J. Anderson. While the first few rounds of every draft are essentially a wash-rinse-repeat of the consensus top-36, we can always count on those middle and late rounds to cement our confidence in this year's sleepers. The definition of... Read More

Nothing is more important than matchup analyzation when it comes to fantasy football. Playing your teams’ best players on a regular basis is important, but picking apart the top matchups on a week to week basis can win you a championship, or even better, some cold, hard cash in DFS. Matchups for the wide receiver... Read More

Nothing is more important than matchup analyzation when it comes to fantasy football. Playing your teams’ best players on a regular basis is important, but picking apart the top matchups on a week to week basis can win you a championship, or even better, some cold hard cash in DFS. Matchups for the wide receiver... Read More

Nothing is more important than matchup analyzation when it comes to fantasy football. Playing your teams’ best players on a regular basis is important, but picking apart the top matchups on a week to week basis can win you a championship, or even better, some cold hard cash in DFS. Matchups for the wide receiver... Read More

Just four short weeks ago, Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt had the entire NFL in the palm of his hand. The powerful rookie led the league in rushing through the first seven weeks and was fantasy football's overall RB2 in PPR scoring, behind just Le’Veon Bell. Hunt was dominating teams on the ground... Read More