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Deep Dynasty Stashes for 2019

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

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

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

It took five weeks but the vultures are finally starting to come out. We saw it in Detroit, where talented rookie Kerryon Johnson turned 12 carries into 70 yards while LeGarrette Blount turned 12 carries into 22 yards yet cashed in twice on short touchdown scores. Despite the return of Devonta Freeman in Atlanta, it... Read More

We now enter planning for Week 6, with many of you contending with an agonizing collection of lingering injuries, or disconcerting results from the backs that you originally believed would be your among most dependable performers. While this has been frustrating, it is essential that you manage your emotions, avoid making impulsive decisions, and utilize... Read More

It’s nice to write these articles when guys I have been keeping an eye on start making it to the top of the list. With the uptick in scoring this year, it’s been essential to find guys who don’t just offer a safe floor but offer the opportunity to score at a high clip. The... Read More

Normally, this week is probably not the week that millions of fantasy football players would be scouring their league waiver wires for tight ends. The Detroit Lions and New Orleans Saints are the only two teams on bye, and neither have a tight end fantasy owners will miss much. But as you are probably aware,... Read More

Week 5 was a week of duds for many at the quarterback position, with ten starting quarterbacks scoring fewer than 15 fantasy points based on standard scoring. Some of those quarterbacks being universally owned and started as well. Disappointing performances aside, there were still plenty of encouraging games from low-owned quarterbacks. Detroit and New Orleans... Read More

Week 5 has wrapped up, and we're onto Week 6. Each week we see surprises around the NFL. From Graham Gano's 63-yard boot to Ka'imi Fairbairn leading all kickers in points scored in fantasy, you never know what to expect from some of these kickers. We could see some shakeups around the NFL. Mason Crosby... Read More

The wildness that is the 2018 NFL season continued in Week 5, gifting us some curious real-life outcomes to go along with the usual fantasy absurdity. We've got the curious case of the Buffalo Bills, the Browns already won their second game, the defending Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles on the ropes, and Amari Cooper... Read More

Week 5 is largely in the books and was relatively quiet compared to the first four weeks of NFL action. Of course, there's still plenty of intrigue and stats to be gobbled up on the waiver wire! In the interest of getting you some no-huddle, hurry-up information, consider this our waiver wire lightning round heading into... Read More

Below are RotoBaller's Week 5 defense tiers and rankings, or which defenses to stream, start and target off the waiver wire for Week 5 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

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

The odds of repeating an MVP-caliber season, let alone a historic one, are not very high in the NFL. That's why the expectation that the Atlanta Falcons would be just as good in 2017 as they were in 2016 was a bit off-base. You were banking on Matt Ryan having back-to-back MVP seasons. You were... Read More

What a Week 4 we had! We are still on pace to have the most touchdowns in a single year in NFL history (over 1400) and on pace to break the single-season scoring record by 327 points. The average NFL game is seeing teams produce a combined 725 yards of offense per game which would... Read More

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles was seen as a huge bust through the first three and a half years of his career. But he seems to have turned things around over the last 10 or so regular season games. Bortles helped the Jags to their first playoff appearance since 2007 last year. Jacksonville selected the... 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

Josh Bellamy. Logan Paulsen. John Ross. Those are just three of the random players who scored early touchdowns during Sunday afternoon's Week 4 slate. You won't find those names on the list of deeper sleepers below, but I just want you read them over a few times before we proceed. No one in their right mind... 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

Life is easy if you have Todd Gurley or Alvin Kamara. Sadly, statistics say that only 8.3% of all fantasy owners in a typical 12-team league will own one of these players. That number drops further the more teams in your league. Lucky for you, we're here to help. The running back scene can be... Read More

Week 4 saw several high scoring games for offenses around the league. When offenses score more points, kickers get more swings of the leg, which means they are scoring us more points. While some of the usual suspects were at the top of the charts, we some saw new faces like Matt McCrane and Ka'imi... Read More

As we enter Week 5, some of you are contending with massive disappointment regarding the production of running backs that you selected early in your draft process. This includes anyone who owns Leonard Fournette, Dalvin Cook, Devonta Freeman, Joe Mixon, Kenyan Drake, Jay Ajayi, Derrick Henry, Dion Lewis, and LeSean McCoy, as this cluster of backs... Read More

Bye-weeks are here, and this is the most important time to work the waiver wire. If you set your roster up during the draft to deal with bye-weeks, then you may be in good shape. However, injuries and changing rosters for most owners haven’t left them in a situation that is as comfortable. Now they... Read More

Finding a tight end on waiver wire in your fantasy football league has gotten a little more important this week. Chicago’s Trey Burton and Tampa Bay’s O.J. Howard are on bye, and Cincinnati’s Tyler Eifert is out for the season after catastrophically breaking his ankle. Those are three pretty big names at the tight end... Read More

Week after week it seems we're getting huge quarterback performances out of nowhere. It was Ryan Fitzpatrick and Patrick Mahomes stealing the show through the first few weeks, but this week a few different unlikely quarterbacks stepped up to the plate. Tampa Bay and Chicago are on bye for Week 5. Neither team has a... Read More

We have officially passed the quarter pole of the 2018 season, and if you blinked then you missed it! Week 4 has seen the electric passing trend continue with quarterbacks shredding defenses at a never-before-seen rate, with pass-catching RBs and deeper WR plays seeing considerable action. In the interest of getting you the most timely... Read More

If you've read any of the prior iterations of Defense Streamers and Starts, first of all, thank you. Secondly, you might've noticed "by Leonard Francis II" and thought, "Who the hell is Leonard Francis II? And, more importantly, where's Bill?!" Well, Bill is out this week, so I'm stepping in to lead you to the... 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

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 know nothing. When I say "we," I am referring collectively to all of us who follow the NFL and play fantasy football on a regular basis of course. We were certain the Vikings-Bills game would be a blowout... but not in Buffalo's favor. The Patriots weren't going to let former assistant coach Matt Patricia... Read More

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