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Top 250 - Half PPR Rankings and Tiers (July)

Welcome to our 2017 fantasy football rankings here at RotoBaller. This will be the first look at the overall 2017 fantasy football Half-PPR rankings, including our rankings tiers. More in-depth breakdowns by position will follow for both standard and PPR formats, so don’t touch that dial after this episode ends! First order of business - for... Read More

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: RB, Philadelphia Eagles, 4.26 Dynasty Positional Rank: 71 Redraft Target Round: Unranked, not viable for 2016 Analysis: Donnel Pumphrey was one of the most successful college running backs in the history of the NCAA. Through four seasons, Pumphrey totaled 7,444 yards and 67 touchdowns on 1,158 touches. He did not play against elite competition... Read More

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: RB, Green Bay Packers, 4.28 Dynasty Positional Rank: 42 Redraft Target Round: 11-13 Analysis: Jamaal Williams has been an inconsistent runner through college, but he has flashed early down potential. He recorded 60 receptions through 43 games, but he only totaled 15 receptions in his last two seasons at BYU. Overall, he totaled 4,468... Read More

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: RB, New York Giants, 4.34 Dynasty Positional Rank: 60 Redraft Target Round: Unranked, not viable for 2016 Analysis: Wayne Gallman was a productive player for Clemson, but was overlooked because of Deshaun Watson and Mike Williams. He displayed solid versatility, as he caught at least 20 passes in each of his three seasons at... Read More

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: RB, Indianapolis Colts, 4.37 Dynasty Positional Rank: 46 Redraft Target Round: 11-13 Analysis: Marlon Mack was a successful college runner that did not burn himself out with touches through three seasons. He ran for 3,609 yards and 32 touchdowns on 586 carries. He also added 65 receptions for 498 yards and one touchdown through... Read More

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: RB, Atlanta Falcons, 5.12 Dynasty Positional Rank: 100+ Redraft Target Round: Unranked, not viable for 2016 Analysis: Brian Hill ran as the workhorse running back for Wyoming in each of his last two seasons, as he totaled 658 touches in those two years. He turned those touches into 3,690 yards and 28 touchdowns.... Read More

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: RB, Tampa Bay Bucaneers, 5.18 Dynasty Positional Rank: 53 Redraft Target Round: 15-20 Analysis: Jeremy McNichols was the heir to Jay Ajayi, and he flashed tremendous upside at Boise State. In two seasons of starting, he totaled 3,980 yards and 53 touchdowns. He also had 88 catches over that span, which shows his versatility. McNichols... Read More

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: RB, Arizona Cardinals, 5.36 Dynasty Positional Rank: 100+ Redraft Target Round: Unranked, not viable for 2016 Analysis: T.J. Logan was not the starting running back for UNC, but he displayed elite speed, which is coveted by teams in the NFL. Through 49 collegiate games, Logan totaled 2,828 yards and 23 touchdowns on only 474 touches.... Read More

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: RB, Green Bay Packers, 5.36 Dynasty Positional Rank: 75 Redraft Target Round: 22-25 Analysis: Aaron Jones started two full seasons at UTEP, and he looked elite in each of those seasons. In those 24 games, Jones ran for 3,094 yards and 28 touchdowns, while adding 58 receptions for 529 yards and six touchdowns through the... Read More

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: RB, Denver Broncos, 6.19 Dynasty Positional Rank: 66 Redraft Target Round: 16-19 Analysis: De'Angelo Henderson is a small school prospect, who was highly productive during his time at Coastal Carolina. He ran for 4,635 yards, but more importantly, averaged more than 6.0 yards per carry in each of his four seasons. He also found the... Read More

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: RB, New York Jets, 6.04 Dynasty Positional Rank: 89 Redraft Target Round: 22-25 Analysis: Elijah McGuire was a productive player at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette. In four seasons, he recorded 5,695 yards and 52 touchdowns on 840 total touches. He displayed tremendous versatility, as well, recording 130 receptions in those games. He displayed average... Read More

Position, Team, NFL Draft Spot: RB, Oakland Raiders, 7.24 Dynasty Positional Rank: 74 Redraft Target Round: Unranked, not viable for 2016 Analysis: Elijah Hood was a two-year starter for North Carolina, and he totaled 2,534 yards and 25 touchdowns in 25 games during those seasons. He displayed elite potential during his sophomore season, but then took a step back... Read More

Welcome to our 2017 fantasy football rankings here at RotoBaller. This will be the first look at the overall 2017 fantasy football standard league rankings, including our rankings tiers. More in-depth breakdowns by position will follow for both standard and PPR formats, so don’t touch that dial after this episode ends! First order of business -... Read More

RotoBaller's NFL editor/writer Pierre Camus and writer Travis Rosen break down the latest football news to help you prepare for draft day. This week, we invite guest Tyler Ghee from FFDynasty260.com and the FFD260 podcast to talk dynasty league football and startup drafts. Be sure to tune into RotoBaller Radio on SiriusXM (channel Sirius 210,... Read More

Welcome to our 2017 fantasy football rankings here at RotoBaller. This will be the first look at the overall 2017 fantasy football PPR rankings, including our rankings tiers. More in-depth breakdowns by position will follow for both standard and PPR formats, so don’t touch that dial after this episode ends! First order of business - for... Read More

The Washington Redskins selected TCU wide receiver Josh Doctson with the 22nd pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. Washington had good reason to take him that high; he has solid size, is a great route runner, and has tremendous red zone target potential. Unfortunately for Doctson, his rookie season went wrong in every way imaginable. He... Read More

Fantasy football can be very unpredictable. In that way, it is a great metaphor for life. I found out this past week that a short story collection I wrote 13 years ago was politely mocked on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon this past May. Jovial Jimmy mentioned my book, Ten Tales To Make Your... Read More

As you are nearing the back-end of your draft, it becomes time to take fliers on players with uncertainty surrounding how productive they will be. Properly using your late round picks involves accepting the fact that even though the player you are selecting could develop into a serviceable fill-in or even a starter, it is... Read More

Each NFL offseason is rife with changes that impact the fantasy value of various players. Whether it's the player's team changing or the player changing teams, there are many things that can affect a player's season outlook that have nothing to do with his actual ability. Opportunity is one of the most important factors in... Read More

RotoBaller co-founder Real Talk Raph and esteemed co-host Anthony Aniano of RotoBaller Radio help you crush your opposition during the fantasy football draft season by breaking down each position, starting with wide receivers, going through the RotoBaller.com tiered rankings, and helping you make the best decisions to help you win! Be sure to tune into RotoBaller Radio... Read More

When it comes to fantasy football, the decision to draft a player is often heavily influenced by a ‘what have you done for me lately’ bias. Owners often place a greater stock in the most recent successes or failures of players than they do the much larger picture. Consider Tennessee Titans wide receiver Eric Decker,... Read More

Right now, there seem to be three names floating around whenever people talk about who the top fantasy tight ends will be: Rob Gronkowski, Travis Kelce, and Jordan Reed. Here's the problem with that: two of those three players tend to...umm...miss a lot of games. I really hate the idea of labeling a player as... Read More

The San Francisco 49ers have gone into a full rebuild. They've purged their roster of last years quarterbacks and brought in a new regime with General Manager John Lynch and Head Coach Kyle Shanahan. Shanahan brought with him a quarterback from his year in Cleveland to be the starter, journeyman Brian Hoyer. Lets be clear... Read More

Fantasy football draft season is upon us and RotoBaller is here to help! In this series, two RotoBaller experts will discuss the merits of two players with similar value and average draft position (ADP). Remember that situations will change for all players over the course of the summer and it may impact where they are selected in... Read More

HOOP! There it is! At least that's what I yell every time Austin Hooper scores a touchdown (Okay I lied - I actually do that whenever he catches a pass. My friends really hate me). After he was seldom used in 2016, Austin could be Hoopin' it up a whole lot more in 2017. Hooper wouldn't... Read More

You're on the clock. The timer's ticking. You're torn between two players. Who do you take? That's the question we'll debate in this player vs. player series. In this article, Charlie Kleinheksel advocates for Stefon Diggs (ADP 5.08) and Pierre Camus will make the case for DeVante Parker (ADP 6.01) in dynasty startup formats. Fantasy football... Read More

The 2017 NFL Draft’s running back class was one of the most highly touted in recent memory. With eight players being drafted in the first three rounds, this class has a robust investment and is very likely to generate a number of immediate impact players. My aim in this article is to convince you that... Read More

The 2016 NFL season was far from a banner year for the tight end position as it relates to fantasy football. Travis Kelce was the consensus #5 TE heading into 2016 drafts and managed an impressive 85 catches, 1,125 yards, and four TDs. While this did net him a #1 finish at the position, his... Read More

When embarking on my reasoning for this piece, I was having difficulty explaining exactly why zero running back won’t work this season. For some inspiration and hope to clear writer’s block, I read Shawn Siegle’s initial articles explaining the theory of zero running back and listened to the recent Numberfire podcast on which Siegle was... Read More

The Washington Redskins passing offense surprised last season, finishing second in the NFL in passing yards behind only the New Orleans Saints. However, their 21st-ranked rushing offense left plenty of room for improvement for the looming 2017 season. Second-year running back Matt Jones started the season as the lead back until his benching in week 8.... Read More

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