Don't have an account?
Join the Best Live Fantasy Chat Community!

Lost password? [X]

Receive free daily analysis:

NFL    NBA    MLB

Already have an account? Log in here.

[X]

Forgot Password


[X]

Week 11 Defense (DEF) Streamers and Starts - 2018 Fantasy Tiers, Rankings

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

For some, it's birth. Other's may come in the form of an experience. There are even those few (my aunt) who fall in that weird, I just like their colors category. But, every sports fan has that defining moment which determines "their team". Mine came January 27, 1991 - the infamous Scott Norwood, "wide right"... Read More

We're more than halfway through the NFL season, with several teams already having their bye weeks behind them. Nevertheless, injuries have begun to rack up. Picking on the backups that precede starting defensive backs is a common strategy among DFS players, simply because it's a solid process. Fortunately, we have plenty of data to break... Read More

Hard to believe we are already in Week 10. The season is flying by and it's sad to that there are only eight weeks left. Last week, the big favorites took care of business. Each team favored by five or more won. In terms of the spread, underdogs went 7-6. With nearly all participants in... 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

Welcome to our Week 10 matchups analysis and starts/sits column for fantasy football. We'll be covering every matchup from every Sunday game to help you make the best decisions for your fantasy lineups. We'll also be updating this as injury reports come in so check back often. This article will cover the early slate of games, beginning... Read More

Welcome to the second part of our Week 10 matchups analysis and starts/sits column for fantasy football. We'll be covering every matchup from every Sunday game to help you make the best decisions for your fantasy lineups. We'll also be updating this as injury reports come in, so check back often for the latest advice. This article... Read More

Howdy, and welcome to the weekly column that puts my rankings front and center and compares them against the Expert Consensus Rankings (ECR).  Who am I and why should you care? I was the ninth-most accurate in-season expert on FantasyPros out of 125 last season and am currently 26th out of 130 in 2018. One... Read More

The NFL season continues to tick along, and as we reach the first week of the season that has two numbers inside of one number in its name, we start to reach panic mode for some fantasy owners. You're sitting at 3-6 and you know another loss dooms you, and you can't risk putting someone... Read More

The playoffs are coming... but not yet. With all the talk of trade deadlines and ROS prep, we should keep one thing in mind - you have to get there first. I've seen teams sell high and buy low right out of contention because they forgot to actually win games in the process of preparing... Read More

I cannot believe it is Week 10 already! This season has flown by and things in the NFL are starting to settle down. The good teams are really starting to distinguish from bad and the pretenders are falling away a little bit. The same goes for the players in the consistency ratings. The best running... Read More

At RotoBaller, we can't stress enough the importance of keeping up with injuries and playing your best lineup week after week. Players are going to get injured, that's an unavoidable fact. What's avoidable though is making the wrong roster decisions based on the injuries surrounding your fantasy squad. If you want to dominate your leagues... Read More

Rule 86: If Jordan Reed is in Washington's lineup, he should be in yours. This was the rule to live by when it came to Jordan Reed throughout his career. One of the NFL's most dynamic playmakers, Reed struggled to stay on the field but shined when he was on it. Reed led all tight ends... Read More

Fantasy footballers are going to have to live without some things this upcoming week. Fantasy football owners will not get a 100-yard receiving game out of Minnesota’s Adam Thielen, a touchdown toss from Houston’s Deshaun Watson, or a sack out courtesy of Denver’s Von Miller this week. That is because those fantasy superstars’ teams are... Read More

I have six fantasy leagues. When I get asked my co-workers and friends like clockwork on Monday how I did each weekend in fantasy, my answer is almost always 5-1, or 4-2. Sure, I've had a week or two where I've gotten to say "undefeated" casually while I pour the coffee into my cup without looking, super... Read More

RotoBaller fantasy football lead editor Pierre Camus (@pfunk00) and lead NFL writer Chris Mangano (@ChrisMangano) give their start/sit recommendations at the tight end position for Week 10 of the fantasy football season. Like and subscribe to the RotoBaller channel on Youtube to get all our latest podcasts and listen to us on iTunes and BlogTalkRadio as well!... Read More

I was facing a dilemma in one of my fantasy leagues last week with Patriots rookie Sony Michel (knee) questionable to play in the Sunday night game. Should I risk rolling with him and then possibly having to pick up Cordarrelle Patterson or Jamaal Williams at the last minute if Michel was inactive? My other... Read More

RotoBaller fantasy football lead editor Pierre Camus (@pfunk00) and NFL writer Chris Mangano (@ChrisMangano) give their start/sit recommendations at the quarterback position for Week 10 of the fantasy football season. 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

If you had told me San Francisco 49ers quarterback Nick Mullens would throw for over 250 yards and three touchdowns in his first taste of NFL action, I would have called you crazy. Yet here we are, scratching our heads about how the Oakland Raiders only managed to generate 242 yards of total offense in... 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

As bad as the Tennessee Titans (3-4) have been, they're currently second in the AFC South - sitting just one loss behind the division-leading Houston Texans. As bad as the Dallas Cowboys (3-4) have been, they're currently third in the NFC East - sitting just two losses behind the division-leading Washington Redskins... As bad as... Read More

Each team favored by four or more in Week 8 took care of business. The Patriots, who went off as 14-point favorites, let the Bills hang around for three quarters before a pick-six sealed the deal. With nearly all participants in survivor pools eliminated, you may not find a need to read this column. However,... Read More

We're officially halfway through the NFL season, with several teams already having their bye weeks behind them. Nevertheless, injuries have begun to rack up. We saw this firsthand on Thursday night as Houston trotted reserve defensive backs out into full-time roles. Picking on the backups that precede starting defensive backs is a common strategy among... Read More

It's time to forget what you thought you knew. Halfway through the year, NFL teams now have a good idea whether they are contenders or simply playing for next year's draft picks. The trade deadline has passed, shaking up depth charts across the league. That means it is also time to throw that "draft stock"... Read More

Welcome to our Week 9 matchups analysis and starts/sits column for fantasy football. We'll be covering every matchup from every Sunday game to help you make the best decisions for your fantasy lineups. We'll also be updating this as injury reports come in so check back often. This article will cover the early slate of games, beginning... Read More

Welcome to the second part of our Week 9 matchups analysis and starts/sits column for fantasy football. We'll be covering every matchup from every Sunday game to help you make the best decisions for your fantasy lineups. We'll also be updating this as injury reports come in so check back often. This article will cover the late... 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

It is a really tough week with six teams on a bye. Fantasy rosters will be stretched and owners will be desperately looking for options who can give them solid production. It may not be the most amazing upside in the world but when every team is hurting a solid six or seven points from... Read More

Greetings, and welcome to the weekly column that puts my rankings on the projector and compares them against the Expert Consensus Rankings (ECR). My hope is to help you understand why I’m significantly higher or lower on players than the expert crowd. Do note that the ECR will shift! Who am I and why should... Read More

Last week I joked in this space about how the NFL doesn't make deadline deals, a statement that ended up being very wrong. All kinds of things ended up happening on Tuesday. Do any of those things have a major bearing on this week of action? Any new names hurtling towards a bust, or just... Read More

Page 1 of 36123456»102030...Last »