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NFL Draft Reaction - Most Improved Offenses

The dust has cleared and the picks are in. With the 2017 NFL Draft in the books, it's time to take a long look at how some of the most notable selections may impact the fantasy football landscape. Some of the effects will be immediate for current NFL players, but others may not be so... Read More

The dust has cleared and the picks are in. With the 2017 NFL Draft in the books, it's time to take a long look at how some of the most notable selections may impact the fantasy football landscape. Some of the effects will be immediate for current NFL players, but others may not be so... Read More

In this "Hit and Run" Video, industry veteran Joe Pisapia (@JoePisapia17) discusses the fantasy football impact of the quarterbacks selected in last night's 2017 NFL Draft. Be sure to also tune into RotoBaller Radio on SiriusXM (channel Sirius 210, XM 87) - every Saturday and Sunday between 5-8 PM EST. You can find new weekly podcasts on... Read More

In this "Hit and Run" Video, industry veteran Joe Pisapia (@JoePisapia17) discusses the fantasy football impact of the wide receivers selected in last night's 2017 NFL Draft. Be sure to also tune into RotoBaller Radio on SiriusXM (channel Sirius 210, XM 87) - every Saturday and Sunday between 5-8 PM EST. You can find new weekly... Read More

Yesterday, we reviewed the outlook for Eddie Lacy and the Seahawks now that he has officially found a new home in the Great Northwest. In this article, I will profile a few lesser-hyped running backs to determine how they might impact the fantasy landscape in 2017. Although they may not have the name recognition of some other... 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

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

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

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

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

We study. We plan. We scour the web. Before any fantasy football season starts, we do everything we can to make our best predictions. Despite our best efforts, we're often surprised by what actually happens. Let's take a look at some of the more surprising wide receiver performances of 2016. Understanding what happened will help... Read More

2016 was not a banner year for tight ends, it was a bummer year. Only two (Travis Kelce, Greg Olsen) cracked the 1,000-yard plateau after four had done so the previous year. The top dog at the position, New England’s Rob Gronkowski, had his season ruined by another injury. Other top-10 tight ends like Jordan... Read More

Fantasy football is a game of controlling, rather than eliminating surprises. We spend hours trying to predict how each player will perform on any given week. We compare previous performances and delve into stats and data to avoid being surprised every week. Despite our best efforts, however, every week we find ourselves surprised. Whether our... Read More

We're a few days out from the Super Bowl, which means it's not long until the NFL combine. From there it's a hop, skip, and a jump to the NFL draft, and before you know it, we'll be in fantasy football draft season. To make the best plans for 2017, it helps to understand what... Read More

2016 was a season full of surprises at the tight end position. With top fantasy tight end Rob Gronkowski limited to only eight games due to injury and No. 2 tight end Jordan Reed battling his own myriad of injuries throughout the season, fantasy owners who burned early picks at the position were constantly scrambling to find... Read More

The running back position is arguably fantasy football's most volatile. Preseason expectations often go flying out the window once the season begins, and every year sees plenty of surprises, both good and bad. That never stops us from trying to make sense of what happened, with an eye toward making better prognostications next time around.... Read More

Going into 2016, I wrote an article where I went over how zero-WR is dumb and zero-RB is a ray of sunlight and truth. I was half right. 2016 was not the year to do the "Zero RB" game and hope to win your fantasy league. (OK Jordan Howard and Jay Ajayi owners, stop tweeting... Read More

Everyone seems to have a different definition for what makes a fantasy football "sleeper." For some, it's simply a player they expect to greatly exceed expectations based on their draft position. For others, sleepers are more like unknown commodities - deeper under the radar than mere value picks. For example, Cam Newton and Russell Wilson currently... Read More

This year's Super Bowl hasn't even happened yet but that doesn't mean we're not still starving for more fantasy. The best way to satiate that craving is to get a head start on prepping for 2017. With running back being the most fluid position of them all, it's probably the best place to start. Obviously these... Read More

2016 wasn't exactly an exciting year for traditional rookie storylines. Unlike the emergence of Odell Beckham Jr. via one-handed grab in 2014, or the dominant arrival of guys like Amari Cooper last year. Ultimately, 2016 revealed no red carpet for the heir to the throne (though one rookie made a pretty dominant case.) Unlike the... Read More

Quarterback might be the most important position on an NFL field, but the truth is it's not the most important position in fantasy football. Why, you ask? Simple, the depth at quarterback is impressive, making it unnecessary -- and unwise -- to reach early for a quarterback. Sure, players like Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees and... Read More

The 2016 fantasy football season has come and gone. It is such a bitter period of time we currently reside in, as we watch great football games on television but no longer have our fantasy teams to constantly monitor and tinker with. Allow yourself to mourn, for it is natural and quite healthy. But before... Read More

Welcome to RotoBaller's Daily Fantasy football DraftKings lineup picks for the Conference Championship of the NFL season. In this article, I, Jason Bales, will be taking you, the reader, through the best DraftKings DFS plays of the week for this upcoming Sunday. These DraftKings lineup recommendations are based on matchups, recent performances, overall upside/talent levels, and other factors such as... Read More

This is the end, my friends. What began as a marathon race with 32 teams has left just four standing -- the New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers, Atlanta Falcons and Green Bay Packers. One of those four will raise the Lombardi Trophy, but before that happens, we get to squeeze in some more daily fantasy. Enjoy... Read More

Welcome back, RotoBallers. In this article, I will cover five of my favorite boom or bust DFS plays for Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs. These players can make or break your daily fantasy football lineups in the NFL's Divisional Round weekend. The Boom or Bust play is one of the most talked about aspects of fantasy... Read More

It’s easy to let your DraftKings FLEX spot be left up to the amount of salary remaining after you fill out the rest of the squad. That’s the ‘flex-by-default’ strategy. The purpose of this Divisional Round DraftKings DFS article is to help you avoid it. You can and should use the FLEX spot to strengthen and diversify your daily league... Read More

Last season, all four road teams won in wild-card weekend for the first time in NFL history. This season, the home teams struck back, winning all four games in rather unexciting fashion -- every game was decided by at least 13 points. Expect a much more exciting and competitive, not to mention star-studded, divisional round.... Read More

It’s easy to let your DraftKings FLEX spot be left up to the amount of salary remaining after you fill out the rest of the squad. That’s the ‘flex-by-default’ strategy. The purpose of this Wild Card Round DraftKings DFS article is to help you avoid it. You can and should use the FLEX spot to strengthen and diversify your... Read More

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