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Deep Dynasty Stashes for 2019

After three weeks we have all embraced the relentless efforts that are necessary in order to maximize our chances of winning league championships. Including the ongoing search for the latest information, the constant examination of our various roster options, and the instant adjustments to the continually changing landscape at the running back position. But unfortunately,... Read More

Week 3 was a grueling reminder to fantasy footballer owners of how tough it can be to play this game. You spend all off-season studying up on your favorite players, you draft well and then you are hit with injury after injury, leaving your team depleted and unproductive. There were many talented players who sat... Read More

If you are a Jordan Reed owner, you probably need a tight end this week. Washington is one of the first two teams (along with Carolina) on bye this season, so the Reed owners out there are going to have to scour their league’s waiver wire this week for a replacement if they chose not... Read More

Week 3 was rookie QB week in the NFL. Josh Allen joined the ranks of starter, while Baker Mayfield and Josh Rosen were unexpectedly thrust into action. There are a lot of quarterback situations either in flux or changes be made around the league as well as the first week of byes, meaning quarterbacks could... Read More

Week 3 is over, and it was full of upsets. With those upsets, came several surprising kicker performances. Players like Ryan Succop and Stephen Hauschka were among the week's top scorers. Fantasy football is unpredictable, and that is ever true for the ranks of kickers. Week 4 has some matchups that aren't so fantasy friendly... Read More

The first month of football is usually quite the wild ride with newcomers and old friends forcing us to reassess our rosters. Week 3 was no stranger to injuries and some standout performances, so how can you keep up with it all? In the interest of getting you the most timely information, consider this our waiver... Read More

While it wasn't the prototypical "oh my god we're all gonna die" week for fantasy injuries, there were enough scares this week to make us hold our breath more than we would have liked. The big loss coming out of Week 3 was that of Jimmy Garoppolo tearing his ACL. An absolute brutal blow to... 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

Below are RotoBaller's Week 3 defense tiers and rankings, or which defenses to stream, start and target off the waiver wire for Week 3 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

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

Week 2 has wrapped up, and, while some kickers put up some great numbers, others kicked themselves out of a job. Through two weeks, we've seen multiple surprises at the top of the kicker scorers. Players like Chandler Catanzaro and Randy Bullock are making a name for themselves early this season. Heading into Week 3,... Read More

As an addendum to our famous Waiver Wire pickups list, we now present suggested percentages for fantasy football owners in leagues using a Free Agent Acquisition Budget (FAAB). Below you will find our FAAB auction bidding recommendations for those playing in FAAB waiver wire leagues. As a caveat, these prices do not by any means... Read More

Up is down, black is white, cats and dogs are living together. Ryan Fitzpatrick is the best QB in football (OK, behind Pat Mahomes) and Blake Bortles doubled Aaron Rodgers in fantasy points this week. Also, Joe Mixon, Devonta Freeman, and Leonard Fournette are sidelined by injuries while Le'Veon Bell continues to sideline himself. Also,... Read More

After two weeks of game action, anyone who drafted Leonard Fournette, Devonta Freeman, or Joe Mixon has already been confronted with having their early-round pick sidelined due to injury. That has automatically launched the unwanted process of monitoring a situation that is fraught with uncertainty for those of you who own Fournette and Freeman, while... Read More

It’s time to start prepping for Week 3 waiver wire additions and I have you covered for wide receivers. As I was looking up players to add for this article, I was shocked to see some of the names that are still not at least 50% owned in fantasy leagues. A couple of them will... Read More

We had another wild and woolly week of action in the NFL, and some big quarterback performances from unlikely sources once again in Week 2. Many owners prefer to set and forget at quarterback, but for those of us that like to play the streaming game we've got to be on top of matchups every... Read More

Two weeks down, and 15 weeks to go for fantasy football owners to find their starting tight end. The Greg Olsen and Delanie Walker owners who were unable to fill their tight end voids last week have another opportunity to this week. If you are in the market for a new tight end for your... Read More

There's always some degree of insanity at the outset of a new football season, but 2018 feels like quite the beast in this regard. We've got players being thrust into the spotlight due to injuries and sheer force of will -- some are new names, some very familiar -- but how can you keep up... Read More

Ryan Fitzpatrick is the leading MVP candidate. There have been two ties in two weeks. Josh Gordon is a Patriot. James Conner has more fantasy points than both Odell Beckham and Aaron Rodgers. And, although not really fantasy related, the Bills are so bad that Vontae Davis retired from football at halftime. No, this isn't... Read More

We're back and it feels so good! Below are RotoBaller's Week 2 defense tiers and rankings, or which defenses to stream, start and target off the waiver wire for Week 2 of the NFL and fantasy football season. Our tiered defense rankings are your guide to drafting defenses, making waiver wire pickups/adds to improve your lineups,... Read More

Let me make one thing clear before we get into this: I am a New York Football Giants fan. When I bleed, only half of my blood reacts to the oxygen and turns red. The other half remains blue. (Blood actually is never blue, and the whole oxygen changing blood from blue to red thing... 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

After Hours With RotoBaller Radio, featuring RotoBaller co-founder Real Talk Raph and esteemed co-host Anthony Aniano, is back (9/11/18) helping you find the best waiver wire pickups for Week 2 of fantasy football action. Let's win some leagues! This radio show is sponsored by our good friends over at FanPicks. Be sure to tune into RotoBaller Radio on SiriusXM (channel... Read More

As is tradition, Week 1 provided the usual head-scratching performances we've grown accustomed to start the year. Matthew Stafford looked discombobulated, the Amari Cooper rebound year did not get off to a good start, and LeSean McCoy looks hopeless in Buffalo. All these disappointments aside, we did end up with some positive takeaways. Here you'll find your... 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

Week 1 is in the books (almost) so now we know exactly what to expect from every player for the rest of the season, right? At the very least, we've witnessed some performances that surprised even the most ardent fantasy football owners and it's never too early to take action to improve your roster. In... Read More

Some of you who felt immediate satisfaction about your running back situation upon the completion of your drafts, may be experiencing different emotions after their Week 1 performances. While others among you who might have been concerned about your selections at this critical position might be more satisfied with your roster options after this week’s game... Read More

Welcome to my Week 2 Wide Receiver Waiver Wire additions column. I am excited to add this article to my bag of tricks for the 2018 season. Working the waiver wire is one of, if not the most important aspect to winning a fantasy football league. The one piece of advice I need to give... Read More

Week 1 was not a memorable opening week for NFL tight ends. While New England’s Rob Gronkowski got off to a great start (123 yards and a TD), other top tight ends were not as fortunate. Greg Olsen, Delanie Walker and David Njoku suffered injuries, Zach Ertz dropped passes like he was Amari Cooper, while Evan... Read More

With most of week one in the books we've got to scan our waiver wires for the hottest week one adds to get an edge in week two. Much of the focus is on skill positions like running back and wide receiver, but there are some interesting quarterbacks out on waivers that emerged in week... Read More

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