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The Tape Tells All - Breaking Down Cole Beasley's Week 6 Performance

Cole Beasley is a rapper. I know this because I live in the Dallas area and back in May strongly considered going to his album release party when it popped up on my Facebook feed. I ultimately decided I had better things to do that night -- I think there was an NBA playoff game... Read More

Each week, we will look at rookies who have either performed well the previous few weeks or who have a favorable matchup in the upcoming week. These may be high-profile names or under-the-radar depth players; the only thing that matters is that they are first-year pros ready to make a name for themselves. Ideally, some... Read More

The wide receiver landscape continues to change, with the biggest breakout belonging to Keke Coutee, who appears to have to established a role for himself in Houston regardless of Will Fuller's health. Several of the situations discussed in Week 5's article also played themselves out. Some hit -- see David Moore -- while others fell... Read More

Heading into Week 6 of the 2018 fantasy football season, your options on the waiver wire are getting very slim. If you've been following the NFL at all this year, you'll know that this year has been a crazy year for touchdowns scored, fantasy numbers, and many other stats. Not to mention, a load of... Read More

Running backs are a critical component and core building block for all fantasy football teams. RB is one of the most volatile positions in fantasy football, and one of the highest turnover positions in the NFL. Each year, running backs drop like flies and many NFL teams make in-season changes due to injuries or poor performance. Stay... Read More

When it comes to the Packers offense, everyone wants to get a piece where they can get it. There's no denying the upside that Aaron Rodgers brings to the table for the pass-catchers in that offense. We've seen guys like James Jones come in and have some very valuable fantasy seasons. Obviously, there's Jordy Nelson... Read More

In this column, we will look at rookies who have either performed well the previous few weeks or who have a favorable matchup in the upcoming week. These may be high-profile names or under-the-radar depth players; the only thing that matters is that they are first-year pros ready to make a name for themselves. Ideally,... Read More

Welcome back to "The Tape Tells All," where this week I'll be looking at Jets running back Isaiah Crowell, who ran for 219 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries against the Denver Broncos in Week 5. Crowell's performance comes as a major surprise. In Week 4 against Jacksonville, he managed to turn four carries... Read More

Keke Coutee (WR, Houston Texans) Height/Weight - 5'9" 180 lbs College - Texas Tech Heading into the 2018 NFL Draft, Keke Coutee wasn't exactly a name on everyone's radar. For you fellow dynasty football fans, he was a guy looking like a third-round pick or so in your dynasty rookie drafts. Landing with the Houston... Read More

As always, injuries are taking their toll in the NFL. This week, that results in a number of depth chart changes across the league and will be the focus of this article. Some of my favorite sleepers from this week's depth chart changes include Marquez Valdes-Scantling, David Moore, and Rashard Higgins. As always, if you... Read More

Welcome back to the column formerly known as "Tape Don't Lie" but now not called that because it turns out that name was already being used elsewhere. Oops! Today, let's talk about Houston Texans rookie wide receiver Keke Coutee, who finally made his long-awaited debut on Sunday after missing the first few weeks of the... Read More

Each week, we will look at rookies who have either performed well the previous few weeks or who have a favorable matchup in the upcoming week. These may be high-profile names or under-the-radar depth players; the only thing that matters is that they are first-year pros ready to make a name for themselves. Ideally, some... Read More

The 2018 NFL draft is part of football history. The reason that the 2018 draft will always be remembered is that it marked just the third time in NFL history that at least five quarterbacks were selected in the first round in the modern era (since 1960). 1983 and 1999 are the other draft classes... Read More

The 2018 Fantasy Football season is in full swing! We haven't seen a significant number of major injuries this year, yet we still have some names out there that are worth grabbing. If you're in dynasty leagues, you know just how tough it can be to pick up a free agent that ends up being... Read More

We're back for the Week 4 wide receiver depth chart analysis. While this isn't the sexiest article out there, it's important. For example, Tyler Boyd was a great play last week, and his snap counts in comparison to John Ross indicated that could be the case. This week, some of the more interesting options based... Read More

For this week's "Tape Don't Lie," choosing a player to analyze was pretty difficult. There was a rookie wide receiver who caught three touchdowns, but there was also a veteran wide receiver who hauled in six catches for 173 yards and a touchdown, which seemed to come out of thin air after two sub-par games... Read More

Each week, we will look at rookies who have either performed well the previous few weeks or who have a favorable matchup in the upcoming week. These may be high-profile names or under-the-radar depth players; the only thing that matters is that they are first-year pros ready to make a name for themselves. Ideally, some... Read More

Thursday night's Jets/Browns game started out as one of those ugh, why are we watching this kind of games, the kind that prompted me to ask on Twitter if two teams had ever tied at zero points apiece (answer: not since 1943) and spend large chunks of the first half washing dishes. Then, Baker Mayfield happened. Browns... Read More

It was another interesting week of games and news in the NFL, which has resulted in the shakeup of several wide receiver depth charts around the league. Injuries in Philadelphia and the trade of Josh Gordon were the main movements this week and will be featured in the article. However, there are also several other... Read More

In this column, we will look at rookies who have either performed well the previous few weeks or who have a favorable matchup in the upcoming week. These may be high-profile names or under-the-radar depth players; the only thing that matters is that they are first-year pros ready to make a name for themselves. Ideally,... Read More

Hey! Welcome back to "Tape Don't Lie," the weekly column where I look at the film and the analytics of a surprising performer from the previous week and try to come to conclusions about his value moving forward! Last week I looked at Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay, who in Week 2 became the first... Read More

The New Generation of Tight Ends

In Week 1 every year, there seems to be a new wave of players that no one has heard of before, making a splash for their team and immediately becoming relevant in the world of fantasy football. Finding that next waiver pickup or sleeper a week before the rest of your league is a great... Read More

There are a number of reasons for wide receiver depth chart changes, and they aren’t always neat and logical. However, after Week 1 things did break down fairly easily in terms of moves up and down depth charts. As a result, the analysis in this article will be broken into three major sections. First, is... Read More

In this column each week, we will look at rookies who have either performed well the previous few weeks or who have a favorable matchup in the upcoming week. These may be high-profile names or under-the-radar depth players; the only thing that matters is that they are first-year pros ready to make a name for... Read More

Fantasy Football Mailbag - Week 2

Hello everyone, and welcome to this week's RotoBaller mailbag. I will be answering several of the best questions from Twitter each and every week. Thanks to everyone who sent theirs in this week! To have your question featured on our mailbag, please send them to @1ststopfantasy and hashtag #RotoBallerMailbag. Before we get to this week's... Read More

Hey y'all! Welcome to a new column here at RotoBaller, "Tape Don't Lie". Each week, I'll pick out one surprising fantasy football performance and break it down. What does the film show? How does that mesh with what the analytics say about that player? What does it all mean in the grand scheme of things?... Read More

The wait is officially over. Week 1 of the 2018 NFL season is here and has already kicked off with the Eagles and Falcons on Thursday night. That being said, this may be the last time you'll be able to grab some waiver wire pickups to stash at the end of your bench before the... Read More

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

The final week of the preseason is in the books and I think we can agree it’s time to just get the season going. Weekly waiver adds, tinkering with your lineup at the last minute and either celebrating a victory or yelling at your phone because you started the wrong guy - it's all glorious... Read More

During the 2018 NFL Draft, USC running back Ronald Jones II was drafted 38th overall by Tampa Bay. The assumption was that he would be their running back of the future and an immediate force in the backfield. Then the preseason happened. Unfortunate owners who drafted earlier in August and spent a mid-round pick on... Read More

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