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Fantasy Spin - Terrelle Pryor to the Redskins

Terrelle Pryor was a breakout fantasy star in 2016, but that might have just been the appetizer to what he can do this season for a main course. Many experts thought Pryor would drown in multi-millions when he hit the free-agent market after racking up 77 receptions for 1,004 yards in his first full season... Read More

In this space, we will close out our ongoing analysis of RotoBaller's Way Too Early Dynasty Mock Draft by recapping the final rounds, 16-20. We recently gathered 12 dynasty league experts and RotoBaller writers to conduct a week-long email draft in order to evaluate early ADP values and give readers a sense of what to expect... Read More

It's time to look at the latter half of RotoBaller's Way Too Early Dynasty Mock Draft with a recap of rounds 11-15. We recently gathered 12 dynasty league experts and RotoBaller writers to conduct a week-long email draft in order to evaluate early ADP values. To start from the beginning of our recaps, check out the first... Read More

Tight end is probably the most divisive position in all of fantasy football. You're either firmly in the camp of waiting during drafts, snagging one or two of the late round fliers, or you want one of the top-five guys to solidify a spot on your roster. Whatever your go-to strategy is, one thing has remained... Read More

It seems like every single year there's some rookie running back who fantasy owners fall in love with. Whether it's Ezekiel Elliott or Derrick Henry, the hype surrounding said rusher ends up making their ADP skyrocket. In some cases, like Zeke, the bandwagon pushes him as far as the first round. But for Derrick Henry,... Read More

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had a glaring need for a No. 2 wide receiver, and they spent millions to fill it. DeSean Jackson has taken his fleet feet to Tampa Bay. Now, the Buccaneers look like one of the most explosive and fantasy-friendly passing attacks in the NFL. With Jameis Winston at quarterback, top-5 fantasy... Read More

The RotoBaller team has already gone in-depth on some of the bigger signings at the wide receiver position so far this offseason, including Alshon Jeffery and Brandon Marshall. In this article, I will shine a light on the lesser-hyped signings and how they impact the fantasy landscape in 2017. Although they may not have the... Read More

We continue our look at RotoBaller's Way Too Early Dynasty Mock Draft with a recap of rounds 7-10. We gathered 12 dynasty league experts and RotoBaller writers to conduct a week-long, email draft, MFL10-style, in order to evaluate early ADP values for dynasty leagues. If you didn't catch it earlier, start here with our first round... Read More

Dynasty leagues offer a fun twist of fantasy football in which owners retain most, if not all of their players from year to year. This creates a greater sense of pride and ownership as you carry many of the same players for multiple seasons. Of course, you've got to make sure you have a core... Read More

The Rotoballer fantasy football crew got together recently to run a mock dynasty startup draft. Here, I'll give some analysis of the second and third round selections. Make sure to check out yesterday's first-round recap as well. The second and third rounds are, for me, the sweet spot where player values aren't quite as well defined as... Read More

There's an old adage that goes "fantasy football fans start preparing in August. Fantasy football champions start preparing in July." Well folks, the obsessive nerds like myself prepare all year round. That's what the purpose of RotoBaller's Dynasty League Mock Draft is all about. Here we'll be taking a look at the first round action... Read More

Talk about a blockbuster. The New Orleans Saints traded Brandin Cooks to the New England Patriots for three draft picks Friday night. It's a blockbuster because of everything involved. Cooks is a big name wide receiver, the Patriots are the defending champs (again), and the story surrounding Cooks being shopped had been going on for... Read More

Is it Christmas? It sure feels like Christmas! NFL free agency has been inching closer, and on Thursday it finally arrived in all its glory. While many dominoes are still left to fall, some of the big names have already joined new clubs. Among the more interesting transactions, wide receiver Alshon Jeffery signed with the... Read More

NFL free agency is officially underway and some of the big names are already starting to swap uniforms. One longtime star receiver won't be moving cities, yet he is switching conferences and upgrading to a contender. The New York Giants signed free agent wide receiver Brandon Marshall to a two-year contract Wednesday. Marshall, who has been... Read More

In 2016, Zero RB likely meant zero championships. The vast majority of fantasy football league champs rode the coattails of one of the top three running backs to victory. Those three RB have also been the first three players selected overall in most early drafts, according to MFL10 data. If you aren't lucky enough to land... Read More

The landscape has changed in fantasy football when it comes to how important wide receivers are. 23 wide receivers broke the 1,000-yard barrier in 2016, so the NFL continues to be a pass-first, run-second league. While receivers were third in the pecking order behind running backs and quarterbacks in fantasy football 3-5 years ago, the... Read More

Stop me if you've heard this before: 2016 was not a great year for tight ends. Nobody at the position scored double-digit touchdowns and only two had 1,000 receiving yards. Thanks to serious injuries to major players at the position, fantasy owners were scrambling like Tyrod Taylor to find tight end help throughout the season. But... Read More

The NFL Combine, much like the NFL Draft, draws mixed reactions from casual fans. Some see it as a way to learn more about the next generation of players, while others consider it a glorified meat market and made-for-TV event that doesn't reliably predict future success. If you play in a dynasty or rookie fantasy... Read More

Early MFL10 ADP Reflections

It might seem early for a mock fantasy football draft, even though we are five months away from the first preseason game. What if I told you there was a whole community that is not only mocking, but drafting in real leagues already? The MFL10 (MyFantasyLeague) community is a dedicated one that often stays one step ahead of... Read More

MFL10 is one of the fastest growing forms of fantasy football and can lead to a host of unique draft strategies. If you aren't familiar with it, let me explain. In MFL10 leagues, you put down $10 for a season-long league with a chance to win $100. The twist is that it is a draft-only... Read More

Is there are any tight end waiting in the wings ready to become the next Rob Gronkowski?  Probably not. There are some young tight ends with terrific talent and breakout potential, however. It is never too early to write some names down on your fantasy football draft chart or cheat sheet and track these players’... Read More

We hear about older players declining every single offseason. Whether it's Frank Gore or Larry Fitzgerald, some people would have you believe that there's an age limit on how productive a player can be for fantasy. Sure, no one is good forever and practically all players retire before 40. That doesn't mean we need to take... Read More

Right before the NFL draft, the same old schtick about player heights will come up. It's not even just height. It's hand size, weight, and every other cockamamie measurable they can come up with. When it comes to wide receivers, height ends up being the one the talking heads focus on most. It makes sense in... Read More

The 2016 season is but a faint memory, and the 2017 season seems ages away. We've yet to go through the NFL combine, let alone the draft. Absent those distractions, this seems like a perfect time to consider which quarterbacks could have breakout campaigns. Unlike the running back position, the QB position is generally quite... Read More

Now that we've discussed breakout candidates at both running back and wide receiver, it's time to take a gander at the tight end position. Anyone who has played fantasy over the last three seasons will tell you how inconsistent tight ends are. Basically, if you don't end up with a stud, you're playing the touchdown game every week.... Read More

There is now no doubt that the NFL is a pass-first league. Need proof? How many fantasy owners predicted Pierre Garcon, Tyrell Williams, Mike Wallace and Kenny Britt would all break the 1,000-yard barrier this past year?  It is possible that none of the foursome were drafted in many, if not most fantasy leagues in... Read More

A stud fantasy quarterback can make a fantasy team the same way a dud can break an owner's heart. 2016 saw the emergence of guys like Derek Carr and Marcus Mariota, while proven commodities Cam Newton and Russell Wilson squandered. The rest of your team can be average but since you only have one shot at a... Read More

NFL rookies have it easy. OK, well, maybe not easy. But their first-season struggles are typically chalked up to the difficult transition from the college ranks to the pros. There's no such mercy in Year No. 2, when the struggles get labeled as the dreaded sophomore slump. Sophomore slumps extend beyond just the player's on-field... Read More

Rookies are the ultimate unknown in the NFL. Teams review hours and hours of game film, analyze enough numbers to make most banks jealous, and scout players at individual workouts, but there's still an unknown quality to rookies. It is difficult to predict how they'll perform as professionals. When they do perform well, general managers and coaches... Read More

If you caught my last piece on breakout running backs, then you're just as starved as the rest of us. Sometimes I think the weeks in between the Conference Championships and the Super Bowl are harder to get through than the dog days of late February. Our fantasy successes and disappointments are way too fresh in our... Read More

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