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Carlos Hyde to the Browns - Fantasy Spin

RotoBaller's dynasty football staff got together recently to perform a mock draft before the NFL draft in order to get an idea of where player values lie. We continue with our early dynasty mock draft series into rounds five and six with an overview of each team's roster near the midpoint of the draft. If... Read More

The Cleveland Browns have been the most active franchise thus far in the free agency period, and that continued on Wednesday when they signed former San Francisco 49ers running back Carlos Hyde to a three-year, 15 million-dollar contract. Hyde, a second-round draft pick in 2014, will fill the void left by the departure of starting... Read More

Despite leading the Minnesota Vikings to the NFC Championship game, Case Keenum was unceremoniously replaced with the huge free agent signing of Kirk Cousins. Keenum immediately found a new home with the Denver Broncos on a two-year deal worth $36 million. Obviously this is a massive upgrade for all Denver fantasy options, so we can... Read More

A flurry of activity in the past week has sent fantasy football owners and sports Twitter into a frenzy. Some huge names changed teams and the domino effect will affect dozens of players league-wide. Then again, not every signing has to create a seismic shift in the fantasy universe. There were a number of under the... Read More

I have a lot of feelings about former Seattle Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham moving to the Green Bay Packers and the cumulative effect of all these feelings is essentially just me sitting in a chair at a coffee shop with my hands above my shoulders because Graham's fit with the Packers is so tough to judge.... Read More

As of the morning of March 13, 2018, the Arizona Cardinals had zero quarterbacks under contract. By the end of the day, they had two. The Cardinals signed both Sam Bradford and Mike Glennon. I still think the Cardinals should draft a QB project in the second or third round, but Bradford is the clear... Read More

It is fair to say that the single most obvious offseason move was the Titans release of DeMarco Murray. As early as last summer, it was abundantly clear that the Titans were done with Murray after the 2017 season. Once Murray was released, nothing really changed for Derrick Henry because Henry's 2018 value was always... Read More

Welcome to the RotoBaller Mock Redraft, which we are doing way, way too early because we care way, way too much about fantasy football. But hey--you care too much too, because you're here with us on this adventure! We're one big, football family! This slow draft has been going on for a little while, which... Read More

The NFL Combine is a great experience for potential draft picks. It's an opportunity for players to show off their athleticism and help reinforce some of the attributes scouts see on tape. It is also an opportunity for everyone to second guess them because a 40 time was .5 seconds too slow or because a... Read More

RotoBaller fantasy football lead editor Pierre Camus and writer Chris Mangano discuss all the major happenings of NFL free agency in mid-March and project who will be a riser or faller in the 2018 fantasy football season. This radio show is sponsored by our good friends over at Reality Sports Online. Be sure to tune into RotoBaller Radio on SiriusXM (channel... Read More

It's been a minute (figuratively speaking) since we started this mock draft, and many moves have been made on the free agent market over the last couple of weeks. Then there's the Cleveland Browns, who threw everything into chaos on one March day. With the NFL Draft still weeks away and many cuts, signings, and... Read More

The running back position remains firmly entrenched at the pinnacle of importance within our fantasy landscape, and one of the contributing factors has been the increased usage of backs as receiving weapons. Last season, 14 different backs collected over 50 receptions, while eight caught 60+. This represented a notable rise from 2016, when 11 runners... Read More

2018 could very well be “The Year of the Tight End.” The position in fantasy football is going to be as loaded with breakout candidates in 2018 as Starbucks is with espressos and acoustic music. While the position is top-heavy with Pro Bowl veterans like New England’s Rob Gronkowski, Carolina’s Greg Olsen and Kansas City’s... Read More

If I had to list one mistake most commonly made by fantasy owners on draft day, it would be recency bias. We've seen it time and time again - owners overreacting to what happened the previous year even when it was so clearly an outlier. The QB boom of 2011. The rookie WR boom of 2014.... Read More

As we slowly get closer to the 2018 NFL Draft, we are beginning to get an idea of where players are landing. There are plenty of question marks out there still between free agency and the 2018 NFL Draft, but there are definitely some places where the starting lineups are beginning to take shape. In... Read More

Not every fantasy football team can have Rob Gronkowski on its roster, but many dynasty fantasy squads can have a good tight end that will contribute for the next several seasons. There should be plenty of tight ends to build fantasy football dynasty league teams around in 2018. Three talented tight ends were selected in... Read More

We continue with our early mock draft series into rounds three and four.  If you missed the first couple of articles, you can read round one here and round two here.  There are still top end players on the board and players are starting to get a feel for how their teams are starting to shape up. This... Read More

Juju Smith-Schuster has quickly become everybody’s favorite NFL player and for good reason. He exemplifies a new wave of youth in football, a ring leader for touchdown dances, a hilarious follow on Twitter and YouTube, and just an everyday young kid who loves having fun. Whether you believed in his talent coming out of USC... Read More

Alright Browns fans, buckle up, you may be in for a wild ride in 2018. Cleveland did as much as they could to break the internet on Friday, making three trades and putting themselves in position to make the playoffs for the first time since 2002. I know, I know, it’s hard to trust the... Read More

Soon, the always compelling free agency period will erupt, which will unleash numerous changes into the fantasy landscape. This will cause us to adjust our perceptions regarding certain players, while also providing clarity concerning the roster composition of their teams. However, we have already witnessed some critical decisions being made during this initial phase of... Read More

There is little doubt that the digital revolution has transformed the way we consume professional and fantasy sports. In the age of the smartphone, fandom never sleeps. Yet professional sports leagues across the globe remain remarkably similar to their pre-social media selves. Little has fundamentally changed in their approach to ownership, management, and production, even... Read More

Here at RotoBaller, our dynasty crew will be reviewing all 32 teams in our offseason Dynasty Team outlook series. Leading up to the draft, we will break down every franchise as they currently stand and will review them again after the conclusion of free agency and the NFL Draft. Which players should you buy and... Read More

RotoBaller fantasy football lead editor Pierre Camus and writer Chris Mangano are joined by John Laub (@GridironSchol91) of Football Diehards to talk all things NFL Combine and look at projected NFL Draft risers and fallers. Kyle Richardson also gives his takes on what he saw in person at Lucas Oil Field. Be sure to tune into RotoBaller Radio on... Read More

RotoBaller fantasy football lead editor Pierre Camus and writer Chris Mangano are joined by John Laub (@GridironSchol91) of Football Diehards to talk all things NFL Combine and look at projected NFL Draft risers and fallers. Be sure to tune into RotoBaller Radio on SiriusXM (channel Sirius 210, XM 87) - every Saturday and Sunday between 5-7 PM EST. You can... Read More

If you're in a dynasty league, the season never really ends. Right now, you're looking at draft boards and thinking about potential trades and stressing about how free agency will hurt all your players when they go somewhere else. Here at Rotoballer, we know what you're dealing with, which is why we're breaking down each... Read More

This is the second installment in our way-too-early dynasty startup mock draft series.  The first round of any draft is crucial to get a player who can act as the foundation of your team, mess that up and you’ll be playing from behind the curve for the first year if not longer. If the first... Read More

The great thing about playing your favorite game with true fantasy degenerates is that there is never an "off" time for the game. It feels like yesterday we started drafting, both in eulogy to the 2017 fantasy football season, and a eulogy to when the RotoBaller writing team started our in-house PPR draft, which has... Read More

Here at Rotoballer, it’s never too early for a football mock draft! Free agency and the NFL draft will change the composition of the league, but the accompanying hype can skew how we feel about players and lead to overdrafting mistakes (can anyone say Terrelle Pryor?). Dynasty football never ends, so we’re here to provide you... Read More

RotoBaller fantasy football writers Pierre Camus and Chris Mangano dig into some analytics regarding offensive trends from the past NFL season to see if they might give insight to fantasy owners for 2018. Be sure to tune into RotoBaller Radio on SiriusXM (channel Sirius 210, XM 87) - every Saturday and Sunday between 5-7 PM EST.... Read More

There are a lot of stats out there that purport to give you an edge in your fantasy leagues. With more and more fantasy analysis out on the internet and more and more people looking for new ways to judge players, it becomes difficult to sort through how much certain statistics really matter in judging... Read More

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