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2019 Yardage Regression Candidates - Wide Receivers

Pierre Camus' Bold Predictions - 2019 Fantasy Football

Here I go again, on my own. Going down the only road I've ever known. Like a drifter I was... OK let's get to the football part. As the first one to set out bold predictions for our staff, I want to proclaim that I don't just enjoy the bold predictions, I NEED them. Falling... Read More

1 day ago

Stop That Hype Train! Ronald Jones

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers enter 2019 with high offensive expectations under new Head Coach Bruce Arians. In 2018, the Bucs were third in total offense with 6,738 yards. They led the league in passing with a total of 5,125 yards, which accounted for 76 percent of their total offense. Rushing the ball, however, was a... Read More

1 day ago

Stop that Hype Train! Derrius Guice

The Washington Redskins are a team that looks to be devoid of fantasy options that get owners clambering over each other to select. Currently, there are a number of question marks over the offense- far more questions than answers in fact. However, that doesn't seem to have stopped the hype around Derrius Guice who is... Read More

2 days ago

Fantasy Bomb Pod - Preseason Fallers and Draft Busts

Pierre Camus and Chris Mangano identify players who have seen their fantasy football stock fall based on early preseason NFL action. These players could be draft-day busts or avoids based on current ADP. Like and subscribe to the RotoBaller channel on Youtube to get all our latest podcasts and catch us on iTunes and BlogTalkRadio... Read More

3 days ago

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

3 days ago


Stop That Hype Train! Rashaad Penny

The Seattle Seahawks enter 2019 with high expectations for themselves. They bring back a majority of their offense from 2018 except wide receiver Doug Baldwin and running back Mike Davis. The biggest addition is second-round draft pick, D.K. Metcalf, a wide receiver out of Ole Miss. This is an offense that struggled to move the ball... Read More

3 days ago

Fool Me Once... Sophomore Tight Ends Set to Bust Again

If there is something volatile in fantasy football, that is the tight end position. But here I am, trying to identify busts on their rookie season that are expected not to do much better this year. I have limited myself to rookies that were drafted in real-life. Those were mostly the ones to hold somehow... Read More

4 days ago

Sophomore Slump: Second-Year Players That Will Decline

The NFL had a number of breakout rookies last season. At each of the major positions on offense, you had guys that were performing as some of the better players in the league. While some, such as New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley, will be able to continue that production, there are others which... Read More

5 days ago

Quarterback Stat Sleepers - Adjusted Completion Percentage

There are plenty of factors that go into a fantasy quarterback's success in any given season. While some passers could be said to be more "accurate" than others, completion percentage isn't the most reliable of metrics. This is because it can easily be skewed by the talent around a quarterback, dropped passes, and various other... Read More

1 week ago

Target Regression Candidates - Tight End

Fantasy Football Rule No. 271: A pass-catcher cannot catch passes unless he is targeted. The “target” was not a stat I remember fantasy football players worrying about in the 1990s or early 2000s, though. It was not a stat on a tight end’s line when you checked his numbers in the box score or on... Read More

2 weeks ago


Stop that Hype Train! Jared Cook

Considering how the NFL (like every other sport nowadays) is skewing younger, it must be acknowledged that Jared Cook poses a great case for veterans to fight for consideration as valuable pieces. Not only is Cook entering his age-32 season, but he's also only missed 11 games in his 10-year career, and played the full... Read More

2 weeks ago

Stop that Hype Train! Eric Ebron

It's been five seasons since Eric Ebron entered the NFL. Looking at his days in Detroit, who would have predicted he could put on such a great season with Indianapolis? After four years in the league, Ebron finally seemed to find his place. To call him a sleeper might be a stretch, but given his... Read More

2 weeks ago

Fool Me Once... Sophomore Wide Receivers Set to Bust Again

Players are supposed to make a leap in their second season, but the past few years have been littered with wide receivers who just...didn't. Kevin White. Devante Parker. Breshad Perriman. Corey Coleman. Josh Doctson. Laquon Treadwell. Without even looking past the first round, we've got a good list of disappointing football players. The 2018 wide... Read More

2 weeks ago

Josh Hayes' 2019 Best Ball Avoids (Premium Content)

All other Premium Tools can be accessed on the premium dashboard. The fantasy football season upon us! For those fantasy players looking to get an edge on their 2019 leagues, Best Ball formats are an awesome way to get an early look at where players are being drafted in terms of ADP, and which players... Read More

PREMIUM 3 weeks ago

Nick Mariano's Early-Round Overvalued List (Premium Content)

All other Premium Tools can be accessed on the premium dashboard. Everyone loves to talk about sleepers and which late-round fliers are going to deliver them to the promised land, but those picks can only blossom when overvalued landmines are left for others to step on. Here we'll be looking at two players per position... Read More

PREMIUM 3 weeks ago


Lamar Miller Gets a Boost? Heck, No!

The news hit as a bit of a stunner on the RotoBaller SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio show with myself and Anthony Aniano Sunday morning. D’Onta Foreman was being waived by the Houston Texans. The immediate reaction was of some disbelief, and maybe some overreaction about the fallout. Ever since he was drafted in 2017, Foreman... Read More

3 weeks ago

Pierre Camus' 2019 Dynasty Players To Sell (Premium Content)

All other Premium Tools can be accessed on the premium dashboard. As fun as it is to acquire assets in dynasty leagues, in order to get, you have to give. Often, the player you want to get rid of is the same player nobody else wants to touch. The best player to sell in dynasty... Read More

PREMIUM 3 weeks ago

Why Jared Cook Will Be Overdrafted Everywhere in 2019

Imagine yourself back in Week 7 of the 2017 NFL regular season. In what would turn out to be an offensive battle that had many fantasy owners jumping out of their seats, the Kansas City Chiefs made their way to Oakland Coliseum for a bout with the Raiders on Thursday Night Football to kick off... Read More

3 weeks ago

Fantasy Injury Exam Room - Derrius Guice, A.J. Green, Hunter Henry

In our new weekly feature in collaboration with Inside Injuries, we take a comprehensive preseason look into major injuries and their Fantasy Football implications. The medical team at Inside Injuries breaks down each player’s outlook from physical perspectives. RotoBaller then provides in-depth fantasy recommendations based on the impact of every injury breakdown. It’s an unrivaled combination of medical and... Read More

3 weeks ago

Fantasy Bomb Pod - Big Names to Avoid

RotoBaller fantasy football lead editor/analyst Pierre Camus (@pfunk00) and NFL writer/ranker Chris Mangano (@ChrisMangano) list some big-name draft picks that fantasy owners should consider avoiding in the early rounds. Like and subscribe to the RotoBaller channel on Youtube to get all our latest podcasts and catch us on iTunes and BlogTalkRadio as well! Be sure to... Read More

4 weeks ago


Injury Exam Room - Cam Newton, Dalvin Cook, Allen Robinson

In our new weekly feature in collaboration with Inside Injuries, we take a comprehensive preseason look into major injuries and their Fantasy Football implications. The medical team at Inside Injuries breaks down each player’s outlook from physical perspectives. RotoBaller then provides in-depth fantasy recommendations based on the impact of every injury breakdown. It’s an unrivaled combination of medical and... Read More

1 month ago

Dynasty Stock Watch for 2019 - Wide Receivers (Part 2)

The fantasy football stock market for wide receivers has no offseason. There were so many wide receivers to talk about whose fantasy stock in dynasty leagues has either skyrocketed or plummeted this offseason that I had to split it into two columns. This is what happens in the pass-happy NFL these days. Whether it is... Read More

1 month ago

Fantasy Football Injury Exam Room: Leonard Fournette, Cooper Kupp, O.J. Howard

In our new weekly feature in collaboration with Inside Injuries, we take a comprehensive preseason look into major injuries and their Fantasy Football implications. The medical team at Inside Injuries breaks down each player’s outlook from physical perspectives. RotoBaller then provides in-depth fantasy recommendations based on the impact of every injury breakdown. It’s an unrivaled combination of medical and... Read More

1 month ago

Bear Down - Players Whose Target Share May Decrease

In order to rack up a lot of receptions and receiving yards, a wide receiver usually needs to get a good number of targets. For example, every 1,000-yard receiver last season had at least 100 targets. The closest anyone outside the 100 club came was Tyler Lockett, who had 965 yards on just 70 targets.... Read More

1 month ago

Running Back Committees to Avoid in 2019

The list of running back committees seemingly grows larger every year. As more NFL teams embrace analytics and the modern game, they understand the replaceability of running backs. With fewer teams rostering a truly elite three-down back, a greater number of them deploy multiple backs, each bringing something different to the table. As someone who... Read More

1 month ago


Dynasty Stock Watch - Wide Receivers (Part 1)

The stock market in fantasy football is always turbulent, especially during the offseason when draft choices, free-agent signings, blockbuster trades, coaching changes and off-the-field soap operas can change a player’s fantasy value instantaneously. The NFL has the longest offseason of the four major American sports, which means there are more months for a player’s fantasy... Read More

1 month ago

Dynasty Stock Watch - Quarterback

With the Scott Fish Bowl finally drafting, two things are clear: The first is that charity is alive and well in the fantasy industry. The second is redraft leagues are starting to get geared up for the 2019 season. Of course, dynasty leagues have been drafting for a while now and the trade markets are active.... Read More

2 months ago

Fantasy Football Injury Exam Room - Hard Truths on Todd Gurley and More

In our new weekly feature in collaboration with Inside Injuries, we take a comprehensive preseason look into major injuries and their Fantasy Football implications. The medical team at Inside Injuries breaks down each player’s outlook from physical perspectives. RotoBaller then provides in-depth fantasy recommendations based on the impact of every injury breakdown. It’s an unrivaled combination of medical and... Read More

2 months ago

Dynasty Stock Watch for 2019 - Running Back Fallers

In the first part of this column, I took a look at some of the running backs whose stock is rising in dynasty leagues ahead of the 2019 season. Today, it's time to look at the opposite side of things. Fantasy football rankings are a zero-sum game. For a player to break into the top-10... Read More

2 months ago

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