Lost password?

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


Receive free daily analysis


Already have an account? Log In


Forgot Password


Articles & Tools
Import Your Leagues
Weekly Rankings
Compare Any Players
Starts and Sit
Daily Fantasy
Who To Pickup
Fantasy Updates
24x7 News and Alerts

Running Back Waiver Wire Pickups for Week 4: Top Free Agent Adds Include Tyjae Spears, De'Von Achane, Roschon Johnson, Kendre Miller

De'Von Achane - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, Waiver Wire Pickups

We have now progressed into planning for Week 4 as you examine this week’s recommendations for the waiver wire. The matchups of Week 3 delivered a collection of impressive performances. That includes the output of rookie De'Von Achane, who stockpiled 233 total yards and four touchdowns. Unfortunately, the numbers that were delivered by some runners only led to frustration.

Many of you are now contending with disappointing results due to injuries, production-inhibiting workloads, and unproductive outings. These factors have all contributed to unfulfilled expectations despite your initial optimism regarding the scoring potential of the backs that were contained on your rosters. However, this article will help you locate the most enticing options that are available at a position that remains both critical and volatile on a weekly basis.

These backs currently remain available in at least 40% of all leagues and will be listed in three tiers. You will also find several backs that can be dropped in order for you to secure your replacements. After you've finished this breakdown, you can also find news updates and data-fueled analysis that is designed to help you maximize the scoring potential of your rosters.

Featured Promo: Battle it out on Bettle with your season-long lineups! Join the free RotoBaller weekly contests on Bettle -- just important your season-long lineups and enter! Winners get a free year of RotoBaller Premium access for all sports ($450 value) plus another free $50 in Bettle credits! Join Now!


Week 3 Rushing Leaders

Week 3 Rushing Leaders   Yards Attempts  YPA
De'Von Achane 203 18 11.3
Zack Moss 122 30 4.1
Tony Pollard 122 23 5.3
James Cook 98 15 6.5
James Conner 98 14 7
Kenneth Walker 97 18 5.4
Alexander Mattison 93 20 4.7
Travis Etienne 88 19 4.6
Christian McCaffrey 85 18 4.7
Raheem Mostert 82 13 6.3
Jahmyr Gibbs 80 17 4.7
Ezekiel Elliott 80 16 5


Frontrunners - Week 4 Waiver Wire Running Backs

These backs should be your top priorities among the options that are available on most waiver wires.

De'Von Achane, Miami Dolphins - 38% Rostered

Explosive rookie De’Von Achane appeared destined to join a crowded backfield during the offseason when the congested path to touches included a depth chart that also contained Raheem Mostert and Jeff Wilson Jr. - before Wilson was placed on injured reserve. Achane debuted in Week 2 following his recovery from shoulder surgery and was limited to five snaps and nine total yards. He also operated in a rotation with Mostert and Salvon Ahmed during that matchup with New England.

Ahmed was sidelined by a groin injury when Miami hosted Denver in Week 3 as Achane elevated into an expanded workload. Achane accumulated 30 snaps and 22 touches, and the dynamic first-year back capitalized by erupting for 223 total yards and four touchdowns.

Mostert also accumulated 142 total yards and four touchdowns and will continue to accumulate touches. Ahmed and Wilson will soon regain their health. However, Achane’s playmaking abilities should keep him involved in Mike McDaniel’s allocation of touches despite the presence of Miami's other backs. He is currently available in over 60% of all leagues and has soared atop the list of this week’s waiver wire options.

Kendre Miller, New Orleans Saints - 34% Rostered

Kendre Miller emerged for his NFL debut when New Orleans visited Green Bay in Week 3, after concluding his recovery from a troublesome hamstring. Miller had become one of the most intriguing backs from this year’s rookie class during the offseason, even though he would be operating within a backfield that also contained Alvin Kamara and Jamaal Williams.

Interest in Miller diminished during his absence; however, the timing of Miller’s infusion into the lineup coincided with the absence of Williams, whose hamstring issue has resulted in his placement on injured reserve.

Miller accumulated 21 snaps, nine rushing attempts, and 34 rushing yards while operating in a rotation with Tony Jones Jr. Miller also ran 10 routes and caught his only target.

Kamara will be resurfacing when New Orleans hosts Tampa Bay on Sunday. However, that should not deter you from prioritizing Miller among your waiver wire targets, particularly if running back is a position of need. He remains available in 66% of all leagues and should retain a favorable role within the Saints’ backfield rotation as the season continues.

Roschon Johnson, Chicago Bears - 44% Rostered

The Bears operated with a two-man backfield during their Week 3 matchup in Kansas City. That was the second consecutive game in which Roschon Johnson and Khalil Herbert were the only backs who registered snaps.

D'Onta Foreman has now been relegated to healthy scratch status during each of Chicago’s last two contests. This has cleared the path for Johnson to accumulate 45 snaps, 12 rushing attempts, and 70 yards on the ground. That includes his numbers versus the Chiefs, when Johnson carried eight times, assembled 38 yards, and averaged 4.8 yards per attempt.

Johnson has also run 38 routes and collected all four of his targets during that sequence. Those totals include his involvement in Week 3 (eight routes/two targets/two receptions). Johnson also possesses the collection of skills that are required to function as an every-down back.

That should sustain his involvement in the Bears’ backfield rotation while presenting the possibility that he will become Chicago’s lead back at some point during the season. That elevates Johnson among the most enticing options that remain available on your waiver wires.


In The Running - Week 4 Waiver Wire Running Backs

These backs remain available on the waiver wire and could become resources for your rosters.

Kenneth Gainwell, Philadelphia Eagles - 57% Rostered

Kenneth Gainwell's stock has already fluctuated on multiple occasions, even though we are still progressing through the early weeks of the regular season. After an offseason of speculation surrounding the distribution of touches within a backfield that would be comprised of Gainwell, D’Andre Swift, and Rashaad Penny, it was ultimately Gainwell who commandeered Philadelphia’s early down role.

He easily led the Eagles’ backfield in snap share (62.3%) during Week 1,  as Swift was a distant second (27.9%) and Penny became a healthy inactive. Gainwell also led the backfield in rushing attempts (14), rushing yards (54), routes (16), targets (four), and receiving yards (20).

He later sustained a rib injury which kept him sidelined for the Eagles' Week 2 matchup with Minnesota. However, Gainwell reemerged when Philadelphia visited Tampa Bay in Week 3. He accumulated 37 snaps and generated 43 rushing yards while running 16 routes and collecting one of his targets.

Swift led the backfield in snaps (43), and attempts (16), while assembling 130 yards on the ground. He also ran 20 routes registered two targets and manufactured eight receiving yards.

Even though Swift has been effective with his expanded workload, Gainwell should be contained on rosters. He is still operating in a rotation with Swift, and his touch totals will rise if Swift is sidelined during the upcoming weeks.

Justice Hill, Baltimore Ravens - 43% Rostered

Justice Hill was leading Baltimore’s restructured backfield in snaps (55), rushing attempts (19), routes run (23), targets (three), receptions (three), and receiving yards (12) during the Ravens’ first two contests. However, he was forced to remain on the sideline in Week 3 as he contended with turf toe.

Hill’s importance to the backfield rotation was demonstrated when the Ravens hosted the Colts, as his absence reinforced the recent evidence that Baltimore’s offense improves when the versatile Hill is in the rotation.

Gus Edwards paced Baltimore’s backs in snaps (32), rushing attempts (11), and rushing yardage (51) in Week 3. Melvin Gordon accrued his first snaps of the season while assembling 32 yards on 10 carries. Kenyan Drake failed to generate any yardage with his only rushing attempt. Drake and Gordon also combined for five targets, while Drake led the tandem in receiving yards. However, Drake also lost a critical fumble.

Hill's timeline for return is unclear. However, that should not discourage you from adding him this week. He will become a viable flex option on your roster whenever he resurfaces.

Tyjae Spears, Tennessee Titans - 20% Rostered

Even though Tyjae Spears is the clear RB2 behind Derrick Henry, he is already being utilized with greater frequency than several other backs who have also emerged as viable handcuff options. Spears has now played on 80 snaps while generating 82 rushing yards on 15 attempts (5.5 yards per attempt). He also leads the backfield in routes run (27), while collecting seven of his 10 targets.

Henry has now accumulated 91 snaps and is easily pacing the Titans in rushing attempts (51) and rushing yardage (163). However, he played on 10 fewer snaps than Spears and averaged 1.8 yards per attempt in Week 3. He is also averaging 3.2 yards per attempt from Weeks 1-3 and has only generated one rushing touchdown -- after stockpiling 68 scores from 2018-2022.

Spears could approach the periphery of standalone value as the season advances. His upside also remains enormous as he would operate with a massive workload if Henry were forced to the sideline.

Spears possesses the speed and explosiveness to minimally operate as a high-end RB2 for fantasy managers if that scenario develops at any point during the season. This sustains the incentive for including him among your waiver wire priorities.


Dark Horses - Week 4 Waiver Wire Running Backs 

These backs should be considered if you are searching for players who could eventually emerge in your lineups.

Jaylen Warren, Pittsburgh Steelers - 56% Rostered

Several factors that had bolstered the rationale for considering Warren as a roster addition have remained unchanged. He is more explosive than Najee Harris and has repeatedly demonstrated his ability to perform with greater efficiency.

This has provided the incentive to secure Warren as a handcuff for anyone who has Harris contained on their rosters. However, Warren’s involvement has also continued to rise. Warren only played on three fewer snaps than Harris when Pittsburgh traveled to Las Vegas in Week 3 (31/28). Warren also ran more routes (14) and accumulated more targets (four), receptions (three), and receiving yards (23). Harris was limited to nine routes and failed to collect his only target.

Harris has now accumulated 93 snaps, while Warren has played on 75. Harris is averaging 11.7 attempts per game, while Warren is averaging 5.7. Both backs have now run 33 routes, while Warren is also leading the tandem in targets (16), receptions (12), and receiving yards (101).

As Warren progresses toward standalone value, it is recommended that you secure him this week. He would also launch into an extensive workload if Harris were to become unavailable for any reason.

Matt Breida, New York Giants - 31% Rostered

Saquon Barkley was reduced to spectator status during the Giants’ Week 3 matchup with San Francisco. This vaulted Matt Breida into an expanded workload during New York’s matchup with the 49ers.

Breida shared touches with Gary Brightwell during the contest but accumulated 37 snaps while Brightwell was limited to nine. Their numbers were largely unimpressive, which was a byproduct of being confronted by the 49ers' imposing defense.

Breida and Brightwell both carried four times while combining for just 22 yards on the ground. Breida generated 17 yards but also produced a touchdown -- which was beneficial to any fantasy managers who were compelled to start him.

Breida ran 24 routes, which easily surpassed Brightwell (five), and also captured all three of his targets. Barkley’s absence could extend beyond Week 3, and his status for the Giants’ Week 4 matchup with Seattle should be monitored.

Breida is not a candidate to stockpile yardage but would commandeer the majority of touches within New York’s backfield if Barkley remains unavailable. That would elevate Breida into consideration as a flex option for anyone who is dealing with roster challenges.

Elijah Mitchell, San Francisco 49ers - 40% Rostered

Kyle Shanahan‘s comfort level with Elijah Mitchell has been consistent whenever the third-year back has evaded health issues. This has positioned him as San Francisco’s RB2 behind Christian McCaffrey. Mitchell has averaged 14.9 rushing attempts and 71.9 yards rushing per game during the 18 games that he has been in the lineup. Unfortunately, injuries have also forced Mitchell to miss 17 games during his first two seasons.

He has accumulated 38 snaps, 16 attempts, and 52 rushing yards from Weeks 1-3. This includes his usage and output when the 49ers hosted New York in Week 3 as Mitchell secured season highs in snaps (28), carries (11), rushing yardage (42), and targets (three).

His role as McCaffrey’s unquestioned backup provides the potential for Mitchell to ascend into standalone value. Particularly if his future touch totals replicate the number of attempts that he was allotted in Week 3.

However, the incentive for adding Mitchell involves the massive workload that he would obtain if McCaffrey became unavailable at any point during the season. That contingent upside sustains Mitchell's presence as a viable handcuff, who remains available in 60% of all leagues.


Also-Rans - It Is Time To Say Goodbye

These running backs can be dropped in order to secure an RB with greater potential to bolster your scoring during the year.

Jamaal Williams, New Orleans Saints - 57% Rostered

Jamaal Williams signed a three-year contract with New Orleans in the aftermath of the career-best numbers that he assembled as a rusher during 2022 (262 attempts/1,066 yards/17 touchdowns/440 yards after contact).

It appeared that he would be operating in a crowded backfield with Alvin Kamara and rookie Kendre Miller during the offseason. However, Kamara’s suspension and Miller’s hamstring injury provided Williams with an opportunity to function as the Saints’ lead back in Weeks 1-2.

Williams led the New Orleans backfield in snaps (67), rushing attempts (27), rushing yards (74), and routes run (23), although he had failed to register a touchdown. Williams’ troublesome hamstring has compelled the Saints to place him on injured reserve. The timing has coincided with Miller’s emergence into the lineup and the imminent return of Kamara.

These are not favorable developments for Williams, who will now be affixed to the sideline for at least three additional games. He will also function with a restricted touch total whenever he does resurface. This has supplied the rationale for dropping him in order to locate a player who is positioned to help your roster now.

Antonio Gibson, Washington Commanders – 60% Rostered

If Antonio Gibson is contained on your rosters, you are already aware that his usage and production have remained well below expectations. He has now played on 86 snaps while being limited to just seven carries and 35 yards on the ground. His per-game averages in attempts (9.9/2.3) and yardage (36.4/11.7) have also declined significantly when contrasted with 2022.

While Brian Robinson was expected to operate as the team’s primary rusher, it was also anticipated that Gibson’s involvement as a pass-catcher would provide his pathway as he launched into his first season in Eric Bieniemy’s offense. Particularly since J.D. McKissic no longer loomed as a candidate to collect opportunities as a receiving weapon.

However, Gibson has run 70 routes, while being relegated to just nine targets, seven receptions, and 61 yards as a pass-catcher.

You may be hesitant to consider dropping Gibson. However, his underwhelming touch totals should incentivize managers to avoid starting him. It is also wise to evaluate the downside of cementing him to your bench if you are confronted by roster challenges.

Rashaad Penny, Philadelphia Eagles - 33% Rostered

Rashaad Penny was rostered in 51% of all leagues exactly one week ago. However, that percentage has plunged to 33% in response to Penny’s infinitesimal numbers with the Eagles. Penny was a healthy scratch during Philadelphia’s season opener as Kenneth Gainwell led the backfield in snaps (38) while accumulating 14 of the 16 carries that were allocated among members of the backfield.

Gainwell’s rib injury sidelined him when Philadelphia hosted Minnesota in Week 2. This infused Penny into the backfield equation. However, D’Andre Swift operated as the Eagles’ workhorse back while pacing the backfield in snaps (57) and exploding for 175 yards on 28 carries. Swift also ran 17 routes, while collecting all three of his targets.

Penny was relegated to just eight snaps, three rushing attempts, and nine rushing yards. He only ran three routes while being limited to one target and a five-yard reception. Penny was also active during the Eagles' Week 3 matchup in Tampa Bay but did not register a snap. He has descended below Gainwell, Swift, and Boston Scott on the Eagles’ depth chart and it appears unlikely that he will resuscitate his degenerating stock. That should compel anyone who still has Penny contained on their rosters to jettison him this week.

Download Our Free News & Alerts Mobile App

Like what you see? Download our updated fantasy football app for iPhone and Android with 24x7 player news, injury alerts, rankings, starts/sits & more. All free!

Win More With RotoBaller

Be sure to also check out all of our other daily fantasy football articles and analysis to help you set those winning lineups, including this new RotoBaller YouTube video:

More Waiver Wire Pickups and Advice


Articles & Tools
Import Your Leagues
Weekly Rankings
Compare Any Players
Starts and Sit
Daily Fantasy
Who To Pickup
Fantasy Updates
24x7 News and Alerts


Kaapo Kahkonen3 hours ago

Makes 44 Saves In Victory
Mikael Granlund3 hours ago

Totals Season-High Three Points
Anthony Duclair3 hours ago

Scores Two Goals In Victory
NJ3 hours ago

Simon Nemec Collects Two Points In NHL Debut
Ausar Thompson4 hours ago

Probable Against Cleveland
Bojan Bogdanovic5 hours ago

Likely To Return On Saturday
Caris LeVert5 hours ago

Sitting Out Against Detroit
Brandon Miller5 hours ago

Battling An Ankle Issue
Anthony Edwards5 hours ago

Not Expected To Play On Saturday
Andrew Wiggins8 hours ago

Questionable For Rematch With The Clippers
Trey Lyles8 hours ago

Won't Play Versus Denver
Keegan Murray8 hours ago

Might Return On Saturday
New York Mets9 hours ago

Yoshinobu Yamamoto Is Where Mets' Focus Lies
Cleveland Browns9 hours ago

Myles Garrett Cleared For Week 13, Denzel Ward Ruled Out
Ezekiel Elliott9 hours ago

Questionable For Week 13
Bailey Zappe10 hours ago

To Start In Week 13
Demario Douglas10 hours ago

Won't Play In Week 13
Travis Etienne Jr.10 hours ago

Remains Limited On Friday
Tee Higgins10 hours ago

A Full Participant On Friday
Dalton Schultz11 hours ago

Won't Play In Week 13
Noah Brown11 hours ago

Tank Dell, Noah Brown Questionable For Week 13
Dorian Thompson-Robinson11 hours ago

Won't Play Sunday, Joe Flacco To Start
Keenan Allen12 hours ago

Questionable For Week 13
Dallas Goedert12 hours ago

Doubtful To Play In Week 13
Treylon Burks12 hours ago

Questionable To Face Colts
DeMar DeRozan12 hours ago

Uncertain To Play Against Pelicans On Saturday
Pat Connaughton12 hours ago

Ruled Out On Saturday
Keegan Murray12 hours ago

Practices On Friday
Chris Olave12 hours ago

Still In Concussion Protocol But Not Ruled Out
Doug McDermott12 hours ago

Will Not Play Against Pelicans
Luka Doncic13 hours ago

Ruled Out On Friday Due To Personal Reasons
Joel Embiid13 hours ago

Will Be True Game-Time Decision On Friday
Devin Booker13 hours ago

Will Sit Out Against Nuggets On Friday
Victor Wembanyama13 hours ago

Will Be Sidelined On Friday
Trey McBride13 hours ago

Iffy For Week 13 Action
Marquise Brown13 hours ago

Officially Questionable Against Steelers
Julius Randle13 hours ago

Tagged As Questionable On Friday
Dalvin Cook13 hours ago

Breece Hall, Dalvin Cook Questionable For Week 13
Treylon Burks13 hours ago

Cleared To Play In Week 13
Aaron Jones13 hours ago

Ruled Out For Week 13
Jerick McKinnon14 hours ago

Chiefs Expect Jerick McKinnon, Kadarius Toney To Play In Week 13
Dougie Hamilton14 hours ago

Simon Nemec Called Up To Devils Friday, Dougie Hamilton Placed On IR
Zach Charbonnet14 hours ago

Dealing With Swelling In Knee
Adin Hill15 hours ago

Leaves Thursday's Contest Early As Precaution
Timo Meier15 hours ago

Close To Returning, Could Play Friday
Jonathan Taylor15 hours ago

Officially Ruled Out
Sam Montembeault15 hours ago

Signs Three-Year Extension With Canadiens
Nikita Zadorov15 hours ago

Traded To Vancouver
Beneil Dariush17 hours ago

Arman Tsarukyan A Favorite Over Beneil Dariush At UFC Austin
Jack Eichel17 hours ago

Steers Vegas Back On Track
Beneil Dariush17 hours ago

Has A Dangerous Task In Front Of Him
Brayden Schenn17 hours ago

Leads Blues To Victory Thursday
Bobby Green17 hours ago

Looking For Third Win In A Row
Noah Dobson17 hours ago

Grabs Three Assists In Thursday's Win
Jalin Turner17 hours ago

A Favorite At UFC Austin
Tyrese Haliburton17 hours ago

Notches Another Big-Time Performance
Jack Hughes17 hours ago

Adds Three More Points To His Tally
Dustin Stoltzfus17 hours ago

In Dire Need Of Victory
Trae Young17 hours ago

Posts A 45-Point Double-Double
Tom Wilson17 hours ago

Celebrates First Career Hat Trick
Jalen Brunson17 hours ago

Drops 42 Points In Win Over Pistons
Punahele Soriano17 hours ago

Looking To Return To Win Column
Jonathan Isaac18 hours ago

Tagged As Questionable On Friday
Tristan Jarry18 hours ago

Caps Off Winning Performance With Historic Goal
Mitchell Marner1 day ago

Scores Hat Trick In Victory
Alex Lyon1 day ago

Earns Third Consecutive Victory
Jeremy Swayman1 day ago

Posts Shutout Against Sharks
Matt McLain1 day ago

Fully Healed
Shohei Ohtani1 day ago

Wins Most Outstanding Designated Hitter Award
Zach Hyman1 day ago

Ready To Return On Thursday
Juuso Valimaki1 day ago

Back For Coyotes On Thursday
Ilya Mikheyev1 day ago

Good To Go Thursday
Dylan Cease2 days ago

Cardinals Interested In Dylan Cease
Joaquim Silva2 days ago

Looking To Return To The Win Column
Clay Guida2 days ago

Set For 36th UFC Fight
Kelvin Gastelum2 days ago

Returns To Welterweight
Tyler Glasnow2 days ago

Cubs Have Held Trade Talks On Tyler Glasnow
Sean Brady2 days ago

Looking To Rebound After First Career Loss
Deiveson Figueiredo2 days ago

Moving Up To Bantamweight
Rob Font2 days ago

Set For Third Fight Of 2023
Nick Martinez2 days ago

Agrees To Two-Year Deal With Reds
Jackson Chourio2 days ago

Brewers Expected To Complete Record-Breaking Deal
Joey Wendle2 days ago

Agrees With Mets
Devin Williams2 days ago

Wins NL Reliever Of The Year Award
Félix Bautista2 days ago

Felix Bautista Named AL Reliever Of The Year
Luis Severino2 days ago

Mets, Luis Severino Finalizing One-Year Deal
Shohei Ohtani2 days ago

Expected To Sign Before End Of Winter Meetings
Dylan Cease2 days ago

Trade Talks For Dylan Cease Have Intensified
Randy Arozarena3 days ago

Being Shopped By Rays
Bo Bichette3 days ago

Likely Staying Put
Emilio Pagán3 days ago

Emilio Pagan Agrees To Two-Year Pact With Reds
Dylan Cease3 days ago

Dodgers "Among Most Aggressive" Teams For Dylan Cease
Shohei Ohtani3 days ago

Yoshinobu Yamamoto "Above All Other Options" For Giants
Juan Soto3 days ago

"Almost Certain To Be Traded"
Cody Bellinger3 days ago

Earns NL Comeback Player Of The Year Award
Liam Hendriks3 days ago

Earns AL Comeback Player Of The Year Award





Week 13 Rankings: 2023 Fantasy Football Outlooks, Start/Sit Analysis at Every Position - QB, RB, WR, TE

Check out our Week 13 2023 fantasy football position rankings! Jorden Hill discusses his top Week 13 fantasy football rankings for each position. You should consider starting these players in your 2023 fantasy football lineups for Week 13. The 2023 fantasy football season is officially here - win big with RotoBaller in 2023! Be sure... Read More

Breece Hall - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

Fantasy Football Injury Reports For Week 13 (Friday Updates): Aaron Rodgers, De'Von Achane, Jonathan Taylor, Keenan Allen, David Montgomery, Aaron Jones, Breece Hall, more

Heading into Week 13 of the NFL season, there is no shortage of big-name players in the injury headlines. The fantasy football playoffs are just around the corner, and these injuries could complicate start or sit decisions. Our injury updates and reports for Week 13 as of Friday, December 1, 2023, will give you the... Read More

Rhamondre Stevenson - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

Week 13 Fantasy Football Matchups We Love: The Fantasy Matchmaker

What Appears In This Article? hide 1. My Methodology 2. Week 13 Fantasy Football Quarterback Matchups 3. Week 12: QB Matchups We Love 4. Week 13: Not Great, Bob – QB Matchups to Avoid 5. QB Rest of Season Strength of Schedule 6. Week 13 Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Matchups 7. Week 13: WR Matchups... Read More

Kyler Murray - Fantasy Football Rankings, NFL Injury News, DFS Lineup Picks

Week 13 Fantasy Busts? Players Who May Disappoint Include Kyler Murray, Breece Hall, D'Andre Swift, Drake London

Dodging busts with a full 16-game slate can be easy. With six teams on bye, it's a little bit more difficult. The Bills, Ravens, Vikings, Bears, Raiders, and Giants all get their week off this Sunday. It couldn't have come at a worse time with the fantasy playoffs for the majority of leagues just two... Read More

jaylen waddle fantasy football rankings news NFL DFS lineup picks

WR/CB Matchups to Target and Downgrade - Week 13 (2023)

Welcome to Week 13 of the WR/CB Matchups article. For those who are not familiar, this is a weekly series looking at fantasy football matchups for wide receivers versus the cornerbacks who are projected to cover them. During the past three seasons, I have tweaked my process to make the chart more user-friendly and predictive,... Read More

Bijan Robinson - Fantasy Football Rankings, NFL Rookies, Draft Sleepers

Rest of Season Half-PPR Rankings: Fantasy Football Top 200 for Week 13

December approaches and the fantasy football playoffs are on the horizon. Prepare for the championship push as best you can with our Week 13 fantasy football half-PPR rankings for the rest of 2023, as of November 30. Check where key players shifted, such as Bijan Robinson, Cooper Kupp, Zack Moss, and more. These half-PPR fantasy... Read More

Brandon Aiyuk - Fantasy Football Rankings, NFL Injury News

Fantasy Football Start 'Em, Sit 'Em - Week 13 Matchups Analysis

Welcome back RotoBallers to our Week 13 matchups analysis and Start Em, Sit Em column for fantasy football. Last week started out with some lopsided Thanksgiving and Black Friday contests before the game of the week on Sunday between the Eagles and Bills. The schedule goes back to normal with just one Thursday matchup, but we... Read More

Najee Harris - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

Booms and Busts - Fantasy Football Starts and Sits for Week 13 Lineups

Week 13 is finally here, and it might be the most important week for those fantasy managers still fighting for a playoff spot. With most leagues having their playoffs start in Week 15, there are just two regular season games left. That means if your fantasy team is on the bubble, you have to win... Read More

Kyren Williams - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

Updated Fantasy Football Staff Rankings

      Fantasy Football Rankings by NFL Position ALL - QB - RB - WR - TE - DEF Above you will find all of RotoBaller's fantasy football rankings, tiers, player news and stats for your 2023 fantasy football leagues. Our Ranking Wizard displays our staff's fantasy football rankings for various league formats, all in one easy place. Here's what you'll find: Fantasy Football... Read More

C.J. Stroud - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

Week 13 NFL DFS Prop Picks - Over/Under Prop Picks for Sleeper.com

We started this week on fire, finishing 4-0 for our Thursday picks. Last week we had a good showing finishing 10-7 in total (6-6 Thursday and 4-1 Sunday) and moving our total to 53-45. This might be my last week this season writing a Sunday prop article so I have something special lined up for... Read More

C.J. Stroud - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

FanDuel NFL DFS Week 13 Picks: Top Daily Fantasy Lineup Plays Include C.J. Stroud, Kyren Williams, Amon-Ra St. Brown, George Kittle, More

It’s Week 13, and it’s the time of the year when every game matters just a bit more moving forward. The 13-game schedule began with a Thursday night meeting between the Seahawks and Cowboys, with Dallas squeezing out a win in the high-scoring affair. Then, on Sunday, teams like the Lions and Chiefs could ascend... Read More

Tua Tagovailoa - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

Bold Predictions for Fantasy Football Week 13: Tua Tagovailoa, Najee Harris, Bijan Robinson, Mike Evans, Evan Engram

Week 13 is here, and I’m back with another edition of fantasy football bold predictions. This week’s list of bold predictions will include Tua Tagovailoa, Najee Harris, Bijan Robinson, Mike Evans, and Evan Engram. Every week, I will provide some fun and bold fantasy football predictions. While these bold predictions aren’t the most likely outcomes,... Read More

Jaylen Waddle - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL DFS Picks

PrizePicks NFL DFS Prop Picks - Over/Under Props for Week 13 (Sunday Main Slate)

Hello everybody, and welcome to our PrizePicks NFL DFS prop picks for Week 13 - Sunday Main Slate! The 2023 NFL season is underway, and that means our friends over at PrizePicks have a TON of great DFS plays we can look to take advantage of. Our partners at PrizePicks offer some of the best... Read More