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About Steve Rebeiro - RotoBaller

Steve is a graduate of Marquette University residing in New York City. In addition to RotoBaller, Steve covers the Los Angeles Rams for Rams Talk, where he also hosts the podcast Butting Heads.

Steve Rebeiro - RotoBaller has written 48 articles so far, you can find them below.


Welcome to Disaster Recovery, where each week I'll examine why your studs played like duds. This isn't a place to find out why you should have benched a player for somebody on your bench. Disaster Recovery is to examine the guys who you didn't think twice about benching, and deciding if you should be panicking at all... Read More

Welcome to Disaster Recovery, where each week I'll examine why your studs played like duds. This isn't a place to find out why you should have benched a player for somebody on your bench. Disaster Recovery is to examine the guys who you didn't think twice about benching, and deciding if you should be panicking at all... Read More

Handcuffing running backs has been a long-standing practice when it comes to assembling a fantasy team. When you draft a stud running back in a great situation, you're hoping you can keep a hold on that situation all season. We've seen backup running backs carry teams to championships in the past, such as the famous... Read More

The Rams receivers were almost impossible to predict going into last season. The first four guys on the depth chart didn't play for the team in 2016, their quarterback hadn't won a game in the NFL, and their new coach ran an offensive system that got all kinds of people touches. Many expected the newly... Read More

The 2018 fantasy football season is finally upon us! RotoBaller's expert rankers have released their latest round of rankings. I'll be dissecting some of the players in each group tier by tier to give you a bit more insights on who you'll be drafting. The expert rankers at RotoBaller are committed to providing you with... Read More

David Johnson's season, and many of his fantasy owners' seasons, ended abruptly during Week 1 of the 2017 NFL Season. Fantasy's number one ranked player suffered a dislocated wrist that required season-ending surgery. Todd Gurley took over the mantle of fantasy football's best player and enters 2018 as the likely number one pick. Johnson is... Read More

The Patriots shocked many earlier this week by shipping Brandin Cooks to the Los Angeles Rams. The Patriots acquired Cooks from New Orleans for a first round pick in 2017, and shipped him out for a similar price just one season later, essentially making him a rental. The resulting domino effect will have a great... Read More

During the month of March, a bunch of usually casual college basketball fans become experts for a few days while they fill out their bracket. You'll hear your friends talking about how DeAndre Ayton makes Arizona a "sleeper" team even though you know he has never watched the man play a game. The worst part... Read More

Welcome to Disaster Recovery, where each week I'll examine why your studs played like duds. This isn't a place to find out why you should have benched a player for somebody on your bench. Disaster Recovery is to examine the guys who you didn't think twice about benching, and deciding if you should be panicking at all... Read More

Welcome to Disaster Recovery, where each week I'll examine why your studs played like duds. This isn't a place to find out why you should have benched a player for somebody on your bench. Disaster Recovery is to examine the guys who you didn't think twice about benching, and deciding if you should be panicking at all... Read More

It's Wednesday morning. You dropped a player last night expecting to make some moves on the waiver wire, only to wake up and find out you weren't able to get anyone you put a claim in for. What now? If you've got an open roster spot, its always a good idea to plan ahead for... Read More

Welcome to Disaster Recovery, where each week I'll examine why your studs played like duds. This isn't a place to find out why you should have benched a player for somebody on your bench. Disaster Recovery is to examine the guys who you didn't think twice about benching, and deciding if you should be panicking at all... Read More

It's Wednesday morning. You dropped a player last night expecting to make some moves on the waiver wire, only to wake up and find out you weren't able to get anyone you put a claim in for. What now? If you've got an open roster spot, its always a good idea to plan ahead for... Read More

Welcome to Disaster Recovery, where each week I'll examine why your studs played like duds. This isn't a place to find out why you should have benched a player for somebody on your bench. Disaster Recovery is to examine the guys who you didn't think twice about benching, and deciding if you should be panicking at all... Read More

It's Wednesday morning. You dropped a player last night expecting to make some moves on the waiver wire, only to wake up and find out you weren't able to get anyone you put a claim in for. What now? If you've got an open roster spot, its always a good idea to plan ahead for... Read More

Welcome to Disaster Recovery, where each week I'll examine why your studs played like duds. This isn't a place to find out why you should have benched a player for somebody on your bench. Disaster Recovery is to examine the guys who you didn't think twice about benching, and deciding if you should be panicking at all... Read More

It's Wednesday morning. You dropped a player last night expecting to make some moves on the waiver wire, only to wake up and find out you weren't able to get anyone you put a claim in for. What now? If you've got an open roster spot, its always a good idea to plan ahead for... Read More

Welcome to Disaster Recovery, where each week I'll examine why your studs played like duds. This isn't a place to find out why you should have benched a player for somebody on your bench. Disaster Recovery is to examine the guys who you didn't think twice about benching, and deciding if you should be panicking at all... Read More

It's Wednesday morning. You dropped a player last night expecting to make some moves on the waiver wire, only to wake up and find out you weren't able to get anyone you put a claim in for. What now? If you've got an open roster spot, its always a good idea to plan ahead for... Read More

Welcome to Disaster Recovery, where each week I'll examine why your studs played like duds. This isn't a place to find out why you should have benched a player for somebody on your bench. Disaster Recovery is to examine the guys who you didn't think twice about benching, and deciding if you should be panicking at all... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Add in 12+ Team Leagues OWNED IN: 33% of Yahoo leagues ANALYSIS: Hypothetical situation: you're 7-3 in a 12 team league with six playoff spots. You're basically a lock to make the playoffs, but you don't feel great about your team. You're ninth in scoring despite being third in the standings. You need to make some risky... Read More

It's Wednesday morning. You dropped a player last night expecting to make some moves on the waiver wire, only to wake up and find out you weren't able to get anyone you put a claim in for. What now? If you've got an open roster spot, its always a good idea to plan ahead for... Read More

Did you know T.Y. Hilton is currently second in the NFL in receiving yards? I sure didn't. It has been an indescribable roller coaster of emotions for T.Y. Hilton owners, culminating in two scenarios in Week 9: your faith in Hilton paid off and he carried you to victory with one of the five best... Read More

Welcome to Disaster Recovery, where each week I'll examine why your studs played like duds. This isn't a place to find out why you should have benched a player for somebody on your bench. Disaster Recovery is to examine the guys who you didn't think twice about benching, and deciding if you should be panicking at all... Read More

It's Wednesday morning. You dropped a player last night expecting to make some moves on the waiver wire, only to wake up and find out you weren't able to get anyone you put a claim in for. What now? If you've got an open roster spot, its always a good idea to plan ahead for... Read More

Welcome to Disaster Recovery, where each week I'll examine why your studs played like duds. This isn't a place to find out why you should have benched a player for somebody on your bench. Disaster Recovery is to examine the guys who you didn't think twice about benching, and deciding if you should be panicking at all... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Add in All PPR Leagues OWNED IN: 19% of Yahoo Leagues ANALYSIS: JuJu Smith-Schuster made a name for himself off the field last week, becoming a twitter legend for the highly publicized case of his missing bike. This week, he made a name for himself on the field. JuJu had seven receptions for 193 yards and a... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Add in All PPR Leagues OWNED IN: 40% of Yahoo leagues ANALYSIS: Marqise Lee has become a serviceable fantasy player without Allen Robinson this year. Over the past two weeks, Lee has had nine receptions on 16 targets for 155 yards. He's became one of Blake Bortles' favorite targets last year and has continued to build trust with... Read More

It's Wednesday morning. You dropped a player last night expecting to make some moves on the waiver wire, only to wake up and find out you weren't able to get anyone you put a claim in for. What now? If you've got an open roster spot, its always a good idea to plan ahead for... Read More

I've been writing a series of articles known as Disaster Recovery this season. Each week, I looked at typical must-start plays that turned in dud performances. You can call this list the Disaster Recovery All Stars. These guys would have appeared multiple times if I covered the same player two weeks in a row, and... Read More

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