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RotoBallers, Welcome back. As always this column will aim to highlight Week 9 waiver wire adds for quarterbacks, players that you should consider targeting on your league's waiver wire. In recent years, the concept of streaming has become a popular one within fantasy football circles. Particularly with quarterbacks and defense/special teams, the idea of swapping players out every... Read More

If you've survived this long and are playing into Week 16, then congratulations on being in either your league's championship game or the semifinal matchup (but most of you are probably in your championship week now). This column is for those of you who lost someone to injury in Week 15, are playing some matchups with... Read More

We've made it. For most leagues Week 16 is code for The Fantasy Super Bowl. If that's the case with your league, congrats. Now let's bring that trophy home! Same rules as always - in this column we will be looking at NFL players owned in 25% or less of Fleaflicker leagues. These players can be... Read More

It all comes down to this…for some of you! If you are lucky enough to be alive in the playoffs in your fantasy football league, you are either in your semifinals or you are in the Super Bowl because your league skips the last week of the season.  So every point you get from your... Read More

The fantasy football semifinals are here and you'll never guess what happened in Week 14 - more running backs got injured! Who could have seen that coming? A vital member of a certain undefeated club was injured after his coach committed to resting him to (ya know) prevent injury. In the meantime, a renegade AFC... Read More

Unless you are in a fantasy football league that does not believe in a postseason and goes by cumulative point totals (which is silly), your league is in the thick of the playoffs and hopefully your squad qualified for them. This is not the time to make a boneheaded Leon Lett-like decision if you are... Read More

So Week 14 is now pretty much in the books and we have a few serious injuries that shake things up a little. Thomas Rawls broke his ankle and will miss the remainder of the year. Andy Dalton seems to have broken the thumb on his throwing hand and will be out for the rest... Read More

If you're still actively looking for research on sleepers for fantasy football, congrats on making this far and you have a deep league. Hopefully your team was set at QB/TE because Brian Hoyer and Luke Willson were dreadful, while Shaun Draughn was average at best. I apologize for the poor calls and accept all rotten tomatoes... Read More

With the better half of the league's running backs watching football from wheelchairs and hospital beds, there were not many stellar RB performances in Week 13. Only one man eclipsed 20 standard fantasy points and nobody scored more than one touchdown. At this point in the season, most backfield situations have been sured up, leaving... Read More

We are here. If you're reading this, you've made the playoffs in your fantasy league and are gearing up for a first-round matchup or preparing for a bye. Regardless, congratulations. Same rules as always - in this column we will be looking at NFL players owned in 25% or less of Fleaflicker leagues. These players can... Read More

Week 14 is the last week of the regular season in many fantasy leagues, while it could also be the opening round of the playoffs in other leagues depending on the postseason structure.  So this is not the time to make a fantasy lineup mistake. If you still haven’t plugged the gaping hole left behind... Read More

Each week, this article will aim to highlight running backs that you should consider targeting on your league's waiver wire. I've split these players up into three tiers from most desirable to most desperate. Additionally, I've included players at the bottom of this list that I would be comfortable cutting as I don't see them... Read More

So Week 13 has come and gone with no real major injuries causing any little owned player to leap out as the "must-add" as we head into the playoff season. Allen Hurns is slated to return next week so Rashad Greene isn't too interesting, and Dontrelle Inman had a very scary looking neck injury but... Read More

As we near the conclusion of the fantasy football regular season, the running back pool has run thin amid a flurry of injuries and committees. Those of you wise and fortunate enough to have brandished top waiver wire priorities will have a shot to grab meaningful RB pieces to help propel your team over the... Read More

We are almost at the regular season finish line. Every year I cannot wait for football to start, then the season comes to a close and I'm wondering where the heck the time went. Same rules as always - in this column we will be looking at NFL players owned in 25% or less of Fleaflicker... Read More

Week 12 was the most disastrous week for tight ends in the NFL this season. The body count was sky-high and littered with elite names.  Seattle’s Jimmy Graham is out for the season with a knee injury,  New England's Rob Gronkowski is week-to-week with his own knee injury according to ESPN and Cincinnati’s Tyler Eifert’s status is unknown... Read More

Week 12 wasn't all that crazy as far as big names going down is concerned. That said, there are still plenty of guys who available in over half of leagues that easily qualify as being helpful. And as always, handcuffs are a big thing at this point in the year. Do note that this is... Read More

"Just win baby." Famous words from ex Oakland Raiders owner, Al Davis. Those words ring true for fantasy owners now more than ever. Week 13 is generally the final week of the regular season for most owners, and for many a win or loss this week will decide their positioning or whether they even make... Read More

Did you enjoy the quick reprieve of mostly-injury-free football we experienced in Week 10? Good, because Week 11 was a bloodbath. We saw four high-end running backs go down (Devonta Freeman, Charcandrick West, Justin Forsett, Marshawn Lynch) along with Ryan Fitzpatrick and Zach Ertz leaving with concussions. Same rules as always - in this column we will... Read More

Now that all of the NFL bye weeks are in the past, it's time to get serious and look at the big picture for the remaining weeks of the regular season. Believe it or not, there is more than a handful of capable waiver wire options available across multiple league formats. The AFC East, for... Read More

While Week 8 was still the biggest fantasy football graveyard week for injuries, Week 11 was certainly no picnic either (and Monday Night Football has yet to go, bubble wrap your players). Pickups become more of the handcuff variety as most people who are going to break out or get a chance to break out,... Read More

There are no more byes to worry about, boys and girls. All healthy tight ends will be on the field this week and ready to rack up yards and touchdowns for their fantasy owners.  So combing your league’s waiver wire for a decent tight end is probably not as necessary as it has been over... Read More

In Week 11, all three of my waiver wire streamers from last week's column reached double digits, but none of them really went off. I felt like Ryan Fitzpatrick really didn’t play well at all but he saved his day with a rushing score. On the opposite end, Alex Smith had a great game with... Read More

Ah, fantasy football. Don't you just love it? Sometimes you can do all the research in the world, study matchups for hours, look at who's hot or cold and who's injured, when really the player you were looking for was sitting on the waiver wire, just waiting to be claimed. Case in point, let's look... Read More

Week 11 doesn't seem very special, but there is some significance this season. This week is the final week of bye weeks with the Giants, Saints, Steelers, and Browns all taking the week to rest up for the season's stretch run. It also marks the beginning of the homestretch for most regular season's in fantasy... Read More

Welcome back RotoBallers. Same rules as always - in this column we will be looking at NFL players owned in 25% or less of Fleaflicker leagues. These players can be sneaky fantasy football lineup sleepers for Week 11, as you consider adding players off the waiver wire and optimizing your fantasy football lineups. Week 10 was a... Read More

With each passing week of the NFL season, the waiver wire options are going to get thinner and thinner. Pickups become more of the handcuff variety as most people who are going to break out or get a chance to break out, have done so. Injuries really are the biggest source of pickups. It becomes... Read More

Week 9 shall be dubbed the week of the handcuff. Two of the top three scorers this week were backup running backs just a week ago, thrust into prominence by injury or other circumstances. On the contrary some of the top scoring backs from this season took a step backwards in Week 9, particularly a... Read More

While Week 8 was a disaster for injuries (and thus a gold mine on the waiver wire), Week 9 only has a few must add types. That said, some names that became relevant thanks to fallout from Week 8 may still available because they were on a bye. Week 10 will have the Falcons, Colts,... Read More

Welcome to our season-long segment at RotoBaller where we will be targeting players owned in 25% or less of Fleaflicker leagues. Week 8 was not kind to fantasy owners or my picks. Le'Veon Bell, Steve Smith Sr., Reggie Bush, Matt Forte, and Ryan Fitzpatrick all went down with injuries, with the first three names out... Read More

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