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About Pierre Camus - RotoBaller

Pierre Camus - RotoBaller Lead editor and writer for RotoBaller NFL and MLB. Been playing fantasy sports since way before it was cool (1991, or before the internet existed). Teacher by day, sports junkie by night. Born and raised in Miami, but currently living in San Antonio. It's All About the U! Check out the Fantasy Bomb podcast on iTunes and RotoBaller Radio.

Pierre Camus - RotoBaller has written 735 articles so far, you can find them below.

It's hard to believe we have only one more weekend before the Super Bowl matchup is set. It could very well be a showdown between the top two seeds, which is something that hasn't happened since... well, it happened two years ago actually. For all the unpredictability the NFL brings, especially in the fantasy realm,... Read More

RotoBaller NFL editor Pierre Camus and writer/co-host Chris Mangano recap last week's playoff madness and make DFS picks for the conference championships. They also take some time to reflect on some of our best and worst preseason predictions to see how they turned out. Be sure to tune into RotoBaller Radio on SiriusXM (channel Sirius... Read More

For all the crazy finishes, dramatic moments, and early upsets, we're left with a 1-2 seed matchup in the NFC and 1-3 in the AFC. Unless the Jags pull off the ultimate upset by knocking off the defending champs this weekend, this year's playoffs may go down as many expected from the outset. The same... Read More

New Orleans Saints tight end Josh Hill caught three passes for 54 yards against Minnesota in the second round of the playoffs. Both are season highs for a sparsely-used tight end that was a backup for most of the year. Hill, like any receiver in the Saints offense, often has a chance to score or... Read More

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Ted Ginn finished with a team-high eight receptions in a loss to Minnesota on Sunday. He ended up with 72 yards, but no touchdowns. Ginn made a 29-yard reception that went for a touchdown in the second quarter, but it was nullified by a penalty and wiped out. Ginn technically... Read More

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas had seven receptions for 85 yards and two touchdowns in the divisional round of the playoffs. Thomas was the first to get the Saints on the scoreboard with a 14-yard score in the third quarter and followed it up with a three-yard touchdown late in the fourth quarter.... Read More

New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram ended a stellar 2017 campaign with two massively disappointing games in the playoffs. Ingram carried the ball 10 times for 25 yards and added one reception for three yards against the Vikings, one week after totaling just 35 yards against the Panthers. Ingram found himself out-touched by rookie... Read More

New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara surpassed 100 yards from scrimmage and scored a touchdown in the divisional round of the playoffs. Kamara outrushed Mark Ingram for the second straight game, putting up 43 yards on 11 carries, and also caught four passes for 62 yards. Kamara's score came with just over two minutes... Read More

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees started off extremely slow, but finished with excellent passing numbers again in the second round of the playoffs. Brees threw for 294 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions. The two picks came in the first half, as the Saints fell to a 17-0 deficit at halftime. He nearly brought... Read More

I have to admit I'm a bit peeved that LeSean McCoy miraculously healed from his ankle injury in time to ruin my Marcus Murphy sleeper pick. Otherwise, I might have gone six-for-six on my Hero picks last week. Sure, Kareem Hunt didn't put up huge numbers, but he did score a touchdown to at least... Read More

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Ted Ginn was one of the more valuable tournament plays in the Wild-Card round, putting up 115 yards and a touchdown. Most of that came on one play in the first quarter, an 80-yard bomb against his former team in Carolina. It's tricky to expect more of the same against an... Read More

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees lit up the Panthers for 376 yards in a first-round playoff victory, as Carolina stacked the box in an effort to take away the run game. Minnesota will likely do the same with even greater success, as they ranked first in rush defense this season. That doesn't mean Brees... Read More

New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram followed up his career-best regular season in 2017 with a complete dud in the playoffs. Ingram ran for 22 yards and failed to score against Carolina last week. He gets a far tougher test this weekend with a road game against the Minnesota Vikings on deck. Ingram logged... Read More

New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara has been the most efficient running back in the league, even as a rookie. Kamara finished the 2017 season with a league-leading 6.1 yards-per-carry rushing average and 10.2 yards per reception. He scored 13 total touchdowns on just over 200 touches. It will be tough to match those... Read More

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas kept his late-season mojo going in the Wild-Card round with eight catches for 131 yards. He already ended the regular season by setting the record for most catches by a wideout through his first two NFL seasons, breaking a record recently set by Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham... Read More

New Orleans Saints offensive lineman Andrus Peat (ankle, leg) was placed on Injured Reserve on Wednesday, ending his season and participation in the playoffs. Peat suffered a broken fibula and high ankle sprain in last week's win over Carolina. He should recover fully ahead of the 2018 season, but it will leave a sizable hole... Read More

We wind up our mixed league rankings analysis with a look at the most volatile position of all, relief pitchers. Whether you choose to grab a top-notch closer early or prefer to work the waiver wire all season, these early rankings will give you a good sense of where the current market values each reliever, before... Read More

RotoBaller lead editor Pierre Camus is joined by writer Chris Mangano for DFS picks and fantasy playoff strategy for the Divisional round. We also decide if Jon Gruden is worth $100 million and whether the Bears are really the new Rams. Be sure to tune into RotoBaller Radio on SiriusXM (channel Sirius 210, XM 87) - every... Read More

Gerrit Cole Traded to Astros

Pittsburgh Pirates starter Gerrit Cole has been traded to the Houston Astros, according to Jon Morosi of MLB Network. Several teams had been interested in acquiring the 27-year-old, but it was the defending World Champions who made it happen. Cole started a National League-best 33 games last season but struggled at times to finish with... Read More

The Wild Card games proved to be wild indeed, with a couple of underdogs advancing to the second round of the NFL playoffs. If you're in a one-and-done fantasy league, hopefully you didn't burn your RB picks on disappointing players like Mark Ingram or Devonta Freeman, as the limited pool of players makes each pick... Read More

It's time to examine the glamour position of the infield, shortstop. Once considered strictly a defensive position, there are now a host of options that can fit into your fantasy lineup and deliver. 2017 saw 10 different shortstops score over 400 in points leagues. Speed was key component, as five qualified SS stole over 20... Read More

New Orleans Saints tight end Josh Hill caught three of his four targets for 49 yards and a touchdown in the Wild-Card round. Hill came into the game bothered by an ankle injury but was never in doubt to play and wound up being a key part of the offense. It was a landmark game... Read More

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Ted Ginn wasted no time making his presence felt in the first round of the playoffs. Ginn scored on an 80-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter against his former team, the Carolina Panthers. He finished with 115 yards on four catches, placing him third in yardage among all wide... Read More

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas didn't score a touchdown as he did in his previous two games against Carolina, but he had his best receiving day. Thomas caught eight of 10 targets for 131 yards. Not surprisingly, he was quarterback Drew Brees' go-to receiver and was able to find plenty of space to operate... Read More

New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram produced his worst statistical game of the season in the Wild-Card round of the playoffs. Ingram totaled 35 yards on Sunday -- 22 on the ground and 13 in the air. Ingram actually outperformed running mate Alvin Kamara by two yards but didn't find the end zone like Kamara.... Read More

New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara managed to salvage a horrible game by scoring on a two-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter to seal the game for the Saints. The player who led the league in rushing average this season (6.0 yards per carry) was held to just 23 yards on 10... Read More

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees had only eclipsed the 300-yard mark on three occasions this season, but he saved one of his best games for the playoffs. In the Wild-Card round, Brees threw for 376 yards and two touchdowns against the Carolina Panthers. He had one interception that nearly cost the Saints the game.... Read More

Let's get straight to the point: you don't care that the NFL regular season is over because you're a fantasy football junkie and you need your fix. Who am I to deny you more fantasy goodness? There are several variations of playoff leagues, including best available, one-and-done, and salary cap style. Regardless of how you... Read More

We continue our fantasy baseball tiered rankings analysis with the first base position. RotoBaller writers Kyle Bishop, Jeff Kahntroff, and I have come up with our initial pre-draft rankings to give you a sense of player values as early as possible. There are plenty of free agents yet to sign, so keep in mind that these rankings... Read More

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas (hamstring) seems to be fully recovered from the hamstring injury that limited him in practice over the last couple of weeks of the regular season. Thomas has practiced in full so far and should be ready for another big game against Carolina. Thomas was rock solid against the Panthers,... Read More

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