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Week 3 Half PPR Rankings (Top 300)

Welcome back RotoBallers. Below you will find our overall Week 3 Half-PPR rankings for fantasy football. Three of our lead fantasy football columnists, Bill Dubiel, Pierre Camus and Frankie Soler, have analyzed the NFL matchups and game slates for Week 3. Below you will find their consensus staff ranks. Feel free to click those links and give these fine gentlemen a follow, or let them know... Read More

Welcome to our Week 3 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. I'll be on Reddit Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning to answer all your start/sit questions as well. You can also reach me directly on... Read More

Welcome to Week 3, RotoBallers! The goal of this weekly column is to help find the most profitable DFS stacks, while avoiding the duds. Stacking, or pairing multiple players from the same NFL team, is an ideal way to maximize your point production, which is crucial in larger GPP (guaranteed prize pool) tournaments. Let's take... Read More

Todd Gurley was the 10th overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft. At the time, Gurley was hailed as the best back to come out of college since Adrian Peterson. Gurley was drafted to be an every-down, featured back, and is one of the few backs in the NFL to live up to that designation.... Read More

Hey there RotoBallers! Hopefully you got in on the New England Patriots steamroller in Week 2 and were able to pivot off of your Vikings' shares after Sam Bradford was a late scratch to make some money over at Yahoo. In this article, I will be taking a look at some of my favorite Yahoo DFS lineups... Read More

Another week in the NFL and another disappointing fantasy performance by [insert the name of someone or, more likely, someones from your lineup here]. I saw on Reddit earlier that there's only been 11 100-yard receiving games through two weeks after there were 30 last season, so it's not just you who's thinking that something... Read More

You win some, you lose some. That's the most gross oversimplification one could possibly make in regards to sports and life itself, but it's also the one that always holds true. By remembering that we are not infallible, it keeps us humble yet motivated to keep pursuing victory. This is what I've been telling myself... Read More

RotoBallers Pierre Camus and Adam Hammer highlight some of the key fantasy performances from Week 2 of the NFL season and discuss rising flex considerations for Week 3, along with some disappointing players that may be inducing panic in their owners. Be sure to tune into RotoBaller Radio on SiriusXM (channel Sirius 210, XM 87)... Read More

What a differnce a week makes. Week 2 featured a much better slate of games with tighter results. Let's get right to my observations with some facts. The Chargers went down to the wire again and lost in heartbreaking fashion. Well, what else is new? The Patriots were all of a sudden back after the classic Week... Read More

Entering Week 3 of the NFL season, fantasy owners have had a chance to take a closer look at some of the more concerning players on their rosters, and are undoubtedly ready to start making some meaningful decisions. It is still very early in a long season though, with plenty of time for favorable trends... Read More

You know the drill. To succeed in fantasy football, you need players who will have ample opportunities to touch the ball from week to week. In the passing game, a reliable volume of targets is usually a prerequisite for consistent production. In this installment of Target Acquired, we'll take a closer look at some players... Read More

Welcome to Disaster Recovery, where each week I'll examine why your studs played like duds. This isn't a place to find out why you should have benched a player for somebody on your bench. Disaster Recovery is to examine the guys who you didn't think twice about benching, and deciding if you should be panicking at all... Read More

Whether due to their own play, the play of others, or injuries, players' stock increases and decreases on a weekly basis. Perhaps more than any other, the NFL is a league that experiences ups and downs at a rapid pace. With only 16 games, there’s little room for error and seemingly endless opportunities for improvement.... Read More

The running back by committee is the most dreaded situation in all of fantasy football. Having too many cooks in the kitchen, the nail in the coffin, the kiss of death, the ol' "stick a fork in it," whatever cliche you prefer. A RBBC can make a very talented running back irrelevant for fantasy purposes.... Read More

Offensive line play in the NFL often seems like a mystery to some casual NFL fans, but can also been seen as a source of extra information for fantasy owners and hardcore NFL fans alike. Real and fantasy teams can be made or broken by an offensive line outperforming preseason expectations or not living up... Read More

Welcome to Week 2 of the NFL season. There are tons of contests on both major DFS sites, and this is the time of year to cash in. Below are my DraftKings DFS Lineup Picks for Week 3. These DraftKings lineup recommendations are based on match ups, recent performances, overall upside/talent levels, and other factors such as... Read More

Week 3 Standard Rankings (Top 300)

Below you will find our overall Week 3 standard rankings for fantasy football. Three of our lead fantasy football columnists, Bill Dubiel, Pierre Camus and Frankie Soler, have analyzed the NFL matchups and game slates for Week 3. Below you will find their consensus staff ranks. Feel free to click those links and give these fine gentlemen a follow, or let them know how much you... Read More

Each week, I'll take a quick look at the top rookies in dynasty fantasy football leagues. I'll review their recent performance (PPR scoring) and offer some thoughts about their upcoming games as well as their long-term dynasty value. Last week, I ran through all the relevant rookies in order of their Week 1 performance. This... Read More

NFL Rookies to Watch in Week 3

Each week, we will look at rookies who have either performed well the previous few weeks or who have a favorable matchup in the upcoming week. These may be high-profile names or under-the-radar depth players; the only thing that matters is that they are first-year pros ready to make a name for themselves. Hopefully, by... Read More

Week 3 PPR Rankings (Top 300)

What's up RotoBallers. Below you will find our overall Week 3 PPR rankings for fantasy football. Three of our lead fantasy football columnists, Bill Dubiel, Pierre Camus and Frankie Soler, have analyzed the NFL matchups and game slates for Week 3. Below you will find their consensus staff ranks. Feel free to click those links and give these fine gentlemen a follow, or... Read More

It’s been a weird start to the 2017 season. There have been several high-profile injuries already (possibly more as the week moves on) and some fantasy studs off to slow starts. Good fantasy owners are able to weather these tough weeks because they are so good at working the early season waiver wire and recognizing... Read More

Welcome back to another Thursday Night Football matchup preview, Rotoballers! Week 2's game between the Houston Texans and Cincinnati Bengals was a tough one to watch with a battle of the defenses making for slow and boring football. Perhaps the most intriguing story line was rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson stepping up in his first official... Read More

Two weeks into any fantasy season is my favorite time. No, it's not because I'm always 2-0 and vindicated by all of my amazing draft picks – but it's because now is the ideal time to buy low and sell high. Many owners are ready to hit the panic button, and this year's rash of... Read More

Just in case you thought Week 1 was something wonky in terms of chaos and injuries, Week 2 swiftly reminded us all that nothing is certain and to tell your loved ones that you care for them while you still have a team. Greg Olsen (foot), Rob Kelley (rib), Jordan Reed (shoulder), Corey Coleman (hand),... Read More

Back by popular demand in 2017... RotoBaller has brought back for the NFL season our Ultimate 2017 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pickups List.  Be sure to also try our other lineup tools below. Using your phone? Download our free Draft Sleepers app, which also includes news notifications, injury alerts & DFS columns.   Rankings WizardWeekly Rankings Who-To-StartPlayer... Read More

Welcome to Week 3 everyone. After two weeks of the NFL season, fantasy owners can find plenty of options on the waiver wire that could wind up helping you tremendously as the year progresses. More injuries occurred and more importantly, backfields and receiving pecking orders are becoming a bit more clear. Let’s look around the league at... Read More

This column is published early every week and then updated on a daily basis. Over the course of each week, we also publish more in-depth waiver wire analysis for all positions. In efforts of bringing you timely information, as fast as possible, consider this the waiver wire lightning round heading into Week 3. Waiver pickups... Read More

We were treated to some better football this weekend with no major injuries to star players (no, anyone nicknamed Fat Rob doesn't count as a star). The downside to Week 2 was that we didn't see any major breakouts or surprises by rookies and some of last week's shooting stars seem to already have fizzled.... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Add in All Leagues OWNED IN: 38% of Yahoo leagues ANALYSIS: Entering the 2017 season, the Seattle Seahawks didn’t have a clear number one option in the backfield for starting running back. While Thomas Rawls was envisioned as the leader of the running game, CJ Prosise, veteran Eddie Lacy and rookie Chris Carson were... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Add in All Leagues OWNED IN: 55% of Yahoo Leagues ANALYSIS: Early on in this 2017 NFL season, it appears the Baltimore Ravens are going with a two-man running game system. There’s Terrance West and Javorius “Buck” Allen, the 26-year-old USC product. Last week, Allen led the way with 21 carries to West’s 19,... Read More

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