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Finding Waiver Wire Gems on Bad Teams

There are a lot of bad teams out there in the NFL in 2018 as you will see in the list below. Some expected, like the Raiders and some not so much, like the Jaguars. Whether bad by design, bad injury luck, or bad coaching (the Raiders fit all three), some players still stand out... Read More

Below are RotoBaller's Week 11 defense tiers and rankings, or which defenses to stream, start and target off the waiver wire for Week 11 of the NFL and fantasy football season. Our weekly tiered defense rankings are a guide to making waiver wire pickups to improve your lineups, and to decide which defenses to start,... Read More

The New England Patriots put up 10 points, and the Buffalo Bills put up 41. In Week 10, the NFL remained unpredictable as ever, and that included the kicker position. When looking at the top five kicker scorers for this week, two of the top five were on teams with terrible matchups this week, but... Read More

We're almost done with bye weeks, but Week 11 is another big one. Six teams will be on break which should again limit the number of waiver options available. It should but it won't, as this week will see several of the bottom dwellers in the league sitting out, namely the AFC East. This gives... Read More

Back by popular demand in 2018... RotoBaller has brought back for the NFL season our Ultimate 2018 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pickups List.  Be sure to also try our other lineup tools below. Using your phone? Download our free Waiver Wire app which includes news notifications, injury alerts and articles.   Rankings WizardWeekly Ranks Who-To-StartPlayer Comparison NFL... Read More

As an addendum to our famous waiver wire pickups list, and our weekly waiver wire columns by position, in this column we also present suggested waiver wire bidding percentages for fantasy football owners in leagues using a Free Agent Acquisition Budget (FAAB). As a caveat, these prices do not by any means indicate how much... Read More

We now enter the planning process for Week 11, as some of you are contending with backs that have been inconsistent or completely absent due to injuries, while others are receiving disappointing results from runners that you originally believed would be among your most dependable performers. Fortunately, you now have an opportunity to utilize your waiver... Read More

Playoffs hopes run high. We are closing in on the end of the fantasy football regular season which mean every move becomes more critical. If you are closing in on securing a playoff spot, then you can’t afford to make a bad move on the waiver wire. On the opposite side of that, maybe you... Read More

A half-dozen NFL teams will be off this week, just when fantasy football owners need them most. New England’s Rob Gronkowski is one of the six starting tight ends not suiting during Week 11 due to the bye, but he is not even the biggest loss at the position since he has missed the last... Read More

It was a good week for post-hype quarterbacks, as several former high draft picks or one-year sensations had nice games around the NFL. Dak Prescott leads the way, but there are multiple strong options for streaming on waivers this week. Six teams are on bye this week, but Tom Brady is the only widely-owned quarterback... Read More

In case anyone felt in control after a chalky Week 9, the NFL brought a swift reminder of its chaos in Week 10. Among the low-owned studs and high-owned duds were a couple notable injuries, with Cooper Kupp's knee being the biggest (as of Sunday Night Football). We here at RotoBaller are here to get... Read More

Below are RotoBaller's Week 10 defense tiers and rankings, or which defenses to stream, start and target off the waiver wire for Week 10 of the NFL and fantasy football season. Our weekly tiered defense rankings are a guide to making waiver wire pickups to improve your lineups, and to decide which defenses to start,... Read More

With the fantasy football regular season coming down to the wire, there are those players who are established in the playoffs and those who are already out of contention. For the rest of us, there are moves to be made and waiver acquisitions to be made to keep our playoff hopes alive. Making the correct... Read More

As an addendum to our famous waiver wire pickups list, and our weekly waiver wire columns by position, in this column we also present suggested waiver wire bidding percentages for fantasy football owners in leagues using a Free Agent Acquisition Budget (FAAB). As a caveat, these prices do not by any means indicate how much... Read More

Offense reigns supreme in the NFL these days. In Week 9, we saw scores of 45-35, 42-28, 37-21, and 38-14. Also, the Bears scored 41 and the 49ers put up 34 in shellackings of lesser opponents. That was with six teams on bye. Not every vulture or opportunistic backup is worth owning in fantasy leagues but... Read More

We now enter the planning process for Week 10, as some of you are contending with backs that have been inconsistent or completely absent due to lingering injuries, while others are receiving disappointing results from runners that you originally believed would be among your most dependable performers. Fortunately, you now have an opportunity to utilize your... Read More

Not much time is left in the fantasy football season, so decisions are critical right now. With the waiver wire so thin, a week of injuries can leave you scrambling last minute. Stefon Diggs was a surprise scratch this week and if you didn’t work the waiver wire prior to his scratch, then you may... Read More

As the season rolls on, the kicker position is always a tough one to gauge. There are so few players locked in as starters that you sometimes have to hope you get lucky. After producing double digits only three times all season, why would Chicago Bears kicker Cody Parkey put up 11 this week? That's... Read More

The fantasy football season is more than halfway over! Minnesota’s Kyle Rudolph is the only tight end with any fantasy relevance on bye this week, and even he is not as big of a loss as he would have been in past seasons due to him not finding the end zone as often as in... Read More

Outside of Nick Mullens big Thursday Night performance, it was a rather quiet week for waiver wire quarterbacks. Some of the studs like Drew Brees and Matt Ryan had huge games, but there weren't many emergent names or standout performances in the middle tiers other than Mullens. Four teams are on bye this week, with... Read More

Week 9 felt a bit "chalkier" than other recent NFL slates, with many big names going off and very few lower-owned players coming on to vulture touchdowns from the big guns. There also weren't any notable injuries (as of Sunday evening), so the waiver wire will consist more of underappreciated assets rather than replacements. We here... Read More

Below are RotoBaller's Week 9 defense tiers and rankings, or which defenses to stream, start and target off the waiver wire for Week 9 of the NFL and fantasy football season. Our weekly tiered defense rankings are a guide to making waiver wire pickups to improve your lineups, and to decide which defenses to start,... Read More

Before the season started, I gave readers a list of quarterbacks who could be drafted based on their fantasy playoff matchups. These picks were obviously based on the stats of the defenses from 2017, as games had not yet been played. Now that the season is half over, I decided it was time to go... Read More

The NFL trade deadline has come and gone, and it was a doozy this year. In a league where deadline deals used to be incredibly rare, Tuesday was a breath of fresh air. It was almost like we were watching the NBA or MLB trade deadline happen. Here's a quick summary of the deals from... Read More

Using the #AllBenchRB Strategy

I apologize to my millions of fans for my absence these past few weeks. I was busy completing an Ironman whilst studying for the Mensa exam. During my training and study breaks, I pondered a topic I wrote about last year that I coined #AllBenchRB. I submitted my analysis to the Mensa Board, who instantly... Read More

As an addendum to our famous waiver wire pickups list, and our weekly waiver wire columns by position, in this column we also present suggested waiver wire bidding percentages for fantasy football owners in leagues using a Free Agent Acquisition Budget (FAAB). As a caveat, these prices do not by any means indicate how much... Read More

The first of the six-team bye weeks is here. We might call this the Byepocalypse, except that one look at the schedule to see that it includes teams like the Cardinals, Jaguars, and Giants, you won't be too worried. Still, there are fewer options to choose from than usual and more spots than usual to fill... Read More

We now enter the planning process for Week 9, as some of you are contending with backs that have been inconsistent or completely absent due to lingering injuries, while others are receiving disappointing results from runners that you originally believed would be among your most dependable performers. Fortunately, you now have an opportunity to utilize your... Read More

Six teams will be on the bye in Week 9. Six teams and a lot of receiver option that will not be around for your starting lineup. So, this article will be a little different than past weeks because we need to hit as many options as possible. It’s all hands-on-deck this week on the... Read More

The bye weeks are getting harder and harder on fantasy football owners. After back-to-back weeks where four teams were off, a half-dozen teams do not take the field for Week 9. If that does not thin the tight end herd out enough, arguably the top tight end in all of fantasy football these days, Philadelphia’s... Read More

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