Don't have an account?
Join the Best Live Fantasy Chat Community!

Lost password? [X]

Receive free daily analysis:

NFL    NBA    MLB

Already have an account? Log in here.

[X]

Forgot Password


[X]

About Wai

Father to 2 || Husband to 1 || Fantasy Owner to many || Writing has been featured on ESPN, SI, Yahoo!, AOL and on fantasy message boards worldwide || University of Arizona alum || Hawaiian living in Los Angeles

Wai has written 56 articles so far, you can find them below.


Five Questions About the NFL Season You Want Answered

Whether you are ramping up, or already completed your fantasy football draft there are questions to be answered. Which of those questions do you wish you knew the answers to today? There has recently been a debate struck up on Twitter about when drafts should be held. There seems to be a growing consensus that... Read More

4 months ago

Ways to Make Your Fantasy Football Draft More Fun

Above all else, fantasy football should be fun. Believe it or not, the mood you set at the draft will determine whether or not your league sucks. I implore you, for yourself, your leaguemates and society as a whole, make your fantasy football draft more fun. There is always room for more fun. There are... Read More

4 months ago

How To Win Your NCAA Tournament Bracket Challenge

Over 40 million people will sit down to fill out an NCAA Tournament Bracket this week. How do you make your bracket stick out? Do you want it to stick out? Should you just Sharpie Duke into the National Championship? Can you be a true American and not pick Liberty? All these questions and more... Read More

9 months ago

Sweet 16 Sleeper Picks for NCAA Tournament Brackets

Every year there's one. Or in the case of last year, several. Who are the sleepers that can advance in the NCAA Tournament? More importantly, however, what sleepers are going to make your bracket special? Over the last six years, a team seeded seventh or lower has made the Final Four. Can that happen again... Read More

9 months ago

Stop The Slander - Hello Jameis Winston, QB1

"Fitzmagic" may be dead, but Jameis Winston is breathing new life into the Tampa Bay Buccaneers offense and possibly your fantasy football team as QB1. So Stop The Slander. Winston was a laughing stock last season after a few failed motivational speeches went viral. Tampa looked ordinary, despite demonstrating promise to start the season. Things did... Read More

1 year ago


Pass Rush vs. QB Matchups to Target/Avoid (Week 6)

In a unprecedented season of historic offensive production, identifying defensive units that apply a consistent pass rush is paramount. Passing has gone bananas. NFL completions (2,999), completion percentage (65.4), passing yards (32,215), passing touchdowns (228), points scored (3,030) and touchdowns (344) are the highest numbers in NFL history at this point in a season. There... Read More

1 year ago

Stop The Slander - The Cleveland Browns Defense Is For Real

For years, the Cleveland Browns defense has been the source for punchlines as well as must-start designations for opposing fantasy football players. This year? Stop The Slander! The Browns defense is for real, and teams are feeling the hurt. The last three years, Cleveland has finished in the bottom four for team defense. From a... Read More

1 year ago

Stop the Slander on Julio Jones Once and For All!

Once again, the Atlanta Falcons have found its way near the top of 2018's best offenses. Much to the chagrin of fantasy football owners worldwide, Julio Jones seems to have an aversion to touchdowns. Stop the Slander! Julio Jones is one of the best receivers in the game and will finish as such. After last... Read More

1 year ago

Stop The Slander and Buy Patriots

After another slow start in New England--specifically Tom Brady--people are saying the end is near. Stop The Slander! Buy up all the Patriots shares you can get, because the fantasy point train may be a bit delayed, but it is on its way. How many years of consistent productivity do you need? What assurances do... Read More

1 year ago

Pass Rush vs QB Matchups to Watch (Week 3)

With players like Patrick Mahomes and Ryan Fitzpatrick at the top of the fantasy football leaderboard, sometimes the difference between winning your week can be the very smallest of details. The pass rush vs QB matchups are often overlooked, but might be one of the most important. Through two weeks of hot fantasy football action,... Read More

1 year ago


Stop The Slander! Thank the Fantasy Football Gods for Matthew Stafford

He is not a fantasy football QB1. His team lacks any type of identity or threat to the upper echelon of teams in the NFC. There are even talks of unseating him atop the Detroit Lions depth chart. You may be sullying his name as we speak. Stop The Slander! Thank the Fantasy Football Gods... Read More

1 year ago

Pass Rush vs QB Matchups to Watch (Week 2)

Of the 10 NFL defenses that applied the most pressure to the quarterback in Week 1, seven of them won. Who should you start based on pass rush vs QB matchup? Who should you sit? It's all here in Week 2 of the fantasy football season. There were surprises in Week 1 (hello Ryan Fitzpatrick),... Read More

1 year ago

Stop The Slander - Kareem Hunt is a Weekly Must-Start

Kareem Hunt was one of the main causes for frustration in fantasy football's first week. Don't panic and Stop The Slander! Despite running for less than 50 yards for the eighth time in an 18-game career, and no rush going for more than 15 yards, Hunt has all the characteristics of someone you can trust... Read More

1 year ago

Pass Rush vs QB Matchups to Watch (Week 1)

While the game has changed considerably over the years, one thing remains constant; the game is won and lost in the trenches. That bodes for fantasy football as well. The pass rush-quarterback matchup could be the difference between victory and defeat. The fantasy football season has officially begun. As you prepare your lineup for Sunday's... Read More

1 year ago

Stop The Slander and Trust Your Team!

There are only two feelings you have once you finish your fantasy football draft; love or hate. Don't let the post-draft grades produced from algorithms sway you. Mute the outside noise and Stop The Slander. Trust your team. No matter how much preparation you did leading up to your fantasy draft, what "expert" advice you... Read More

1 year ago


Get Off My Lawn - Choosing Veteran RBs Over Rookies

After an unprecedented year for rookie running backs, lightning will not strike twice. The rooks will have a big regression and veterans will retain their position at the top of the heap in fantasy football. Typically, when one analyzes the fantasy football field, rookies are viewed like the shrimp at an all you can eat... Read More

1 year ago

Stop The Slander - 2018 Is a Prime Year for Zero RB

As fantasy football gets bigger, and access to information comes easier, sometimes you have to zig when everyone else zags. When you combine the depth at running back, and the level of success of the top wide receivers, 2018 is a prime year for the "Zero RB" strategy. They might say you need to take... Read More

1 year ago

2018 ADP Throwdown - Christian McCaffrey vs. Jerick McKinnon

Fantasy football draft season is upon us and RotoBaller is here to help! In this series, two RotoBaller experts will discuss the merits of two players with similar value and average draft position (ADP). Remember that situations will change for all players over the course of the summer and it may impact where they are... Read More

1 year ago

Stop The Slander - Duke Johnson Is An RB1 In Fantasy Football

Despite a three-year career with fantasy football production rarely seen, Cleveland Browns running back Duke Johnson continues to be someone overlooked heading into the 2018 season. Stop The Slander!  Johnson will be RB1 once again. There is obviously a lot of uncertainty in Cleveland this season, and only a small fraction of that has to... Read More

1 year ago

Stop The Slander - DeShaun Watson's Injury Risk

For six and a half games, there was no brighter star soaring through the fantasy football galaxy than Deshaun Watson. In 2018, whether it be the ghost of Robert Griffin, III or a limited sample size, the doubters outweigh the believers in Watson. Stop the Slander! Watson started from humble beginnings. 100 yards and a... Read More

1 year ago


Stop The Slander - RBBC Isn't a Four-Letter Word In Fantasy Football

As millions prepare for their respective fantasy football draft, know this - the key to your salvation may be the same thing you have been programmed to distrust, loathe and sometimes ignore its existence altogether. Running Back By Committee or RBBC is not a four-letter word. What if I told you the most treasured new... Read More

1 year ago

Grizzlies Take Jaren Jackson Jr. Fourth Overall

Jaren Jackson, Jr. was drafted fourth by the Memphis Grizzlies. Jackson has been labeled the most complete big man in the draft. Jackson is more skilled on offense than Mo Bamba and is a better defender than Marvin Bagley III and DeAndre Ayton. He is one of only 10 players since 1992 to post a... Read More

1 year ago

Le'Veon Bell Is the Undisputed Top Player in Fantasy Football... Again

The sky is blue, water is wet and Le'Veon Bell is the top-ranked fantasy football player in standard and PPR formats... again. In the last three years, including 2015 (Bell played just six games that year due to a suspension to start the year and a torn MCL to end the year), no other running... Read More

1 year ago

2018 PPR Mock Draft Review: Sleepers

If Rotoballer's first mock draft of the 2018 fantasy football (redraft) season is any indication of what things will look like in August, balance is the operative word. Yet sleepers still lay waiting in the grass. Through three rounds, sixteen running backs and sixteen wide receivers were drafted in the 16-round 12-team PPR draft. Despite... Read More

2 years ago

NFL Draft 2018 - Late-Round Reactions

From Tarik Cohen bursting onto the scene in Week 1 to Jamaal Williams putting you in a position to win your fantasy football league, there is value to be found in the NFL Draft's late rounds. 2017 was unquestionably the year of the rookie running back and that wasn't reserved for just names at the... Read More

2 years ago


NBA Waiver Wire: Standard League Adds for Week 25

This time of year can be miserable for fantasy basketball owners. As NBA teams start to establish their position in the playoffs, your best players can find themselves earning extra days off. That's great for those particular team's playoff stretch, but absolutely awful for fantasy basketball. Last week, James Harden, Kevin Durant and Damian Lillard... Read More

2 years ago

NBA Waiver Wire: Standard League Adds for Week 24

We know you just want to get to the picks. If you're still playing fantasy basketball, congratulations. For many leagues, it's championship week or the semifinals. Don't be too rigid on who you look to pick up on the waiver wire. Study your opponent. See where you can pick up an advantage. Sometimes it is... Read More

2 years ago

NBA Waiver Wire: Standard League Adds for Week 23

The fantasy basketball playoffs are here. If you are still playing, then kudos, because you have made it further than most. The grind doesn't stop here. To make it to the end, stay vigilant, stay hungry, stay focused. As a reminder, for standard (10-12 team) league adds, we use a general rule of thumb of... Read More

2 years ago

NBA Waiver Wire: Standard League Adds For Week 22

The fantasy basketball playoffs start next week for most players and its time to shore up your roster. Whilethe three names listed below will be an added value to your team, it's also important to take a quick inventory of your roster and fill holes. Round out your team to provide the best opportunity to win... Read More

2 years ago

NBA Waiver Wire: Standard League Adds For Week 21

The NBA is an every day business. That means Fantasy Basketball is a 24/7 sport. Remember that. While the majority of the sports world is caught up in the NCAA Tournament and March Madness, this is your opportunity to strike. Use the diversion to swoop up players while people are filling up brackets and looking at... Read More

2 years ago


Page 1 of 8123456»...Last »

More Recent Articles

 

Fantasy Football Starts and Sits: Matchups Analysis for Week 15

Welcome to our Week 15 matchup analysis and start/sit column for fantasy football. We'll be covering every single contest from the Sunday slate in one convenient location, helping you make the best decisions for your fantasy lineups. Be sure to check back regularly because this article will be updated as news comes in regarding injuries and other... Read More


Week 15 Fantasy Football Staff Rankings

Below you will find all of RotoBaller's fantasy football weekly rankings, tiers, player news and stats for the 2019 NFL season. Our Ranking Wizard displays our staff's rankings for various league formats, all in one easy place. Here's what you'll find: Weekly PPR Rankings Weekly Half-PPR Rankings Weekly Standard Rankings Dynasty League Rankings     Fantasy... Read More


Fantasy Football News and Injuries - Running Updates

Below is a quick-hit list of running notes on relevant injuries and player news, including pre-game reports and live in-game updates. Stay tuned for updates all throughout the week and on Sunday morning game day:   Week 15 JuJu Smith-Schuster is expected to miss another game this week. Evan Engram and Daniel Jones are not expected... Read More


All-Day For the Win: Why Adrian Peterson Matters Again

I don't think anyone could ever be happy at any sports player getting injured. It just makes no sense, so please leave the hatred out now and forever when it comes to that. That being said, though, we're talking about just a branch of sports here with fantasy football, and we all know what is... Read More


Fantasy Football IDP Rankings for Week 15 (Top 100)

One of the great things about implementing IDP in fantasy football is that it balances out some of the insanity that the offensive players produce in some weeks. If you started a lineup with Jimmy Garoppolo, Raheem Mostert, Boston Scott, A.J. Brown, Darius Slayton, and Noah Fant then you undoubtedly crushed your opponent while a... Read More


Fantasy Football Booms, Busts - Kenny Golladay, Kenyan Drake, James White

If there was ever a week to have more booms than busts in your fantasy football lineup, it’s this week. The playoffs are either underway or about to start in fantasy football leagues across the nation and around the world. If you are lucky enough to be the proud owner of a playoff team, then... Read More


Show Me The Money! Stashes That Could Win Your League

Success in the fantasy playoffs is all about planning ahead. Your bench is no longer a safe space for high floor players without much of a ceiling; they won't win you the big game. You need to look ahead and stash players with exploitable matchups in the weeks to come so that you don't get... Read More


Wide Receiver Snap Counts and Target Trends - Week 14 Analysis

Wide receivers are essential components toward your ultimate goal of securing league championships. If you are preparing for Week 15 matchups, an expanding collection of tools are available that can provide you with an extensive level of knowledge. Those results provide the foundation for this weekly statistical breakdown of the wide receiver position, which is designed... Read More


The King's Week 15 Lineup Rankings and Analysis (Premium Content)

Welcome back, RotoBallers! Below you will find my Week 15 fantasy football lineup rankings for the second round of your playoffs. The ranks are available in PPR, Half PPR, and Standard formats. They will be updated as needed, so make sure to check back for the latest versions, especially on the weekends. Skill Position analysis versus... Read More


Week 15 Stream Team - Free Agent and Bye-Week Streamers

Now that the playoffs are in full swing in most leagues and the final march for a championship has begun, streaming becomes a  necessary strategy. Knowing who to add and when to start them could be the ultimate difference-maker in a weekly matchup. Making the right streaming decisions could easily be the difference in winning... Read More


NFL Survivor Pool Picks (Week 15) - Targets and Avoids

Week 13 was a pretty chalky one with just three underdogs winning outright. The biggest upset was the Broncos absolutely annihilating the Houston Texans who were still celebrating their "Super Bowl" win against the Patriots the week prior. Three weeks remain and I'd be a fool to think there are hundreds who are reading this... Read More


The Tape Tells All - Robby Anderson Fantasy Outlook

Welcome to another edition of "The Tape Tells All," where I break down some film of an NFL's player performance and try to draw some fantasy football conclusions from that film. This week, I'm looking at New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson, who's shaken off a slow start to the 2019 season by going... Read More


Fantasy Football Risers, Fallers - Zach Ertz, Emmanuel Sanders, Robert Woods

Whether due to their own play, the play of others, or injuries, players' stock increases and decreases on a weekly basis. Perhaps more than any other, the NFL is a league that experiences ups and downs at a rapid pace. With only 16 games, there’s little room for error and seemingly endless opportunities for improvement.... Read More


Fantasy Football Disaster Recovery: Sit Your Studs?

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 sat a player for somebody else on your bench. Disaster Recovery is here to examine the guys who you didn't think twice about starting and to help you decide if you should... Read More


Week 15 Warning Signs: Matt Ryan, Carson Wentz, Julio Jones

You made the playoffs. Awesome. Now you have even won your first game. That is even better. But now what? There are many players, some of whom performed in the first round, who may not be so fortunate this week. Whether it is a bad matchup or injuries to key players around them, this could... Read More