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Updated Fantasy Football Rankings: PPR Wide Receivers

Fantasy football rankings change as often as wide receivers change NFL teams the week before the season starts. The wide receiver merry-go-round is spinning quicker than Tyreek Hill does when he is breaking tackles in the secondary.

Some pass catchers are dealing with demotions, injuries or being cut, while others are finding higher spots on their teams’ depth charts, which may translate into higher fantasy values for them during the season. It is training camp madness out there, fantasy folks.

The rankings for wide receivers in PPR leagues have been greatly affected by what has gone on the past couple weeks, that is for sure. And that's why I'm here today, bringing your my take on RotoBaller’s updated fantasy football rankings for wide receivers in PPR leagues as we approach the final days of fantasy drafts before Week 1.

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2021 Wide Receiver PPR Rankings

Position Rank Position Tier Player Name Overall Tier Overall Rank
1 1 Davante Adams 1 8
2 1 Stefon Diggs 2 11
3 1 Tyreek Hill 2 13
4 2 DeAndre Hopkins 2 14
5 2 Calvin Ridley 2 15
6 2 D.K. Metcalf 3 20
7 2 Justin Jefferson 3 22
8 2 Keenan Allen 3 23
9 3 Allen Robinson II 3 24
10 3 A.J. Brown 3 25
11 3 Terry McLaurin 3 27
12 3 Robert Woods 3 30
13 4 CeeDee Lamb 3 31
14 4 Chris Godwin 3 34
15 4 Diontae Johnson 3 36
16 4 Mike Evans 4 38
17 5 Amari Cooper 4 39
18 5 Cooper Kupp 4 40
19 5 Tyler Lockett 4 41
20 5 D.J. Moore 4 42
21 5 Julio Jones 4 44
22 5 Adam Thielen 4 45
23 5 Tee Higgins 4 46
24 5 Jerry Jeudy 4 48
25 5 Brandon Aiyuk 5 58
26 6 JuJu Smith-Schuster 5 61
27 6 Odell Beckham Jr. 5 64
28 6 Robby Anderson 5 65
29 6 Corey Davis 5 67
30 6 Tyler Boyd 5 70
31 6 Kenny Golladay 5 72
32 6 Courtland Sutton 5 74
33 6 Ja'Marr Chase 6 76
34 6 Laviska Shenault Jr. 6 77
35 6 Chase Claypool 6 78
36 7 Deebo Samuel 6 79
37 7 Michael Pittman Jr. 6 80
38 7 DeVonta Smith 6 82
39 7 D.J. Chark Jr. 6 84
40 7 Mike Williams 6 85
41 7 Jarvis Landry 6 88
42 7 Will Fuller V 7 89
43 7 Curtis Samuel 7 97
44 7 Antonio Brown 7 98
45 7 Marvin Jones Jr. 7 99
46 7 Marquez Callaway 7 102
47 7 Brandin Cooks 7 103
48 7 Michael Gallup 7 104
49 8 Jakobi Meyers 7 106
50 8 Darnell Mooney 7 107
51 8 Jaylen Waddle 7 111
52 8 Russell Gage 8 117
53 8 Elijah Moore 8 119
54 8 DeVante Parker 8 125
55 8 Mecole Hardman 8 128
56 8 Henry Ruggs III 8 129
57 8 Marquise Brown 8 130
58 8 Marquez Valdes-Scantling 9 133
59 8 Sterling Shepard 9 134
60 8 Parris Campbell 9 137
61 8 Bryan Edwards 9 139
62 8 Michael Thomas 9 144
63 8 Terrace Marshall Jr. 9 152
64 8 Amon-Ra St. Brown 10 156
65 8 Nelson Agholor 10 159
66 8 Tyrell Williams 10 162
67 8 Jalen Reagor 10 165
68 8 Cole Beasley 10 166
69 8 Rondale Moore 10 167
70 8 Rashod Bateman 11 181
71 9 Emmanuel Sanders 11 183
72 9 A.J. Green 11 193
73 9 Tre'Quan Smith 12 196
74 9 Gabriel Davis 12 197
75 9 Jamison Crowder 12 199
76 9 Quez Watkins 12 200
77 9 Josh Palmer 12 201
78 9 Christian Kirk 12 202
79 9 Sammy Watkins 12 205
80 9 Dyami Brown 12 208
81 9 Darius Slayton 12 210
82 9 KJ Hamler 12 211
83 10 Adam Humphries 13 224
84 10 Donovan Peoples-Jones 13 229
85 10 Randall Cobb 13 231
86 10 Allen Lazard 13 233
87 10 Nico Collins 13 238
88 10 DeSean Jackson 13 241
89 10 Quintez Cephus 13 242
90 10 Zach Pascal 14 251
91 10 Hunter Renfrow 14 252
92 10 Kadarius Toney 14 253
93 10 Rashard Higgins 14 265
94 10 Frank Darby 14 266
95 10 Demarcus Robinson 14 268
96 10 Tutu Atwell 15 269
97 10 Amari Rodgers 15 271
98 10 Van Jefferson 15 272
99 10 D'Wayne Eskridge 15 273
100 10 Juwan Johnson 15 274
101 10 Josh Reynolds 15 277
102 10 Keelan Cole Sr. 15 278
103 10 Olamide Zaccheaus 15 281
104 10 N'Keal Harry 15 282
105 11 T.Y. Hilton 15 285
106 11 Tim Patrick 15 286
107 11 Denzel Mims 15 289
108 11 Byron Pringle 15 291
109 11 Kendrick Bourne 15 295
110 11 Jaelon Darden 15 296
111 11 Scotty Miller 15 299
112 11 Dede Westbrook 15 304
113 11 Deonte Harris 15 311
114 11 Devin Duvernay 16 317
115 11 Cornell Powell 16 322
116 11 Chris Conley 16 323
117 11 James Washington 16 326
118 11 Tyron Johnson 16 329
119 11 Jalen Hurd 16 331
120 11 Miles Boykin 16 332
121 11 Preston Williams 16 334
122 11 Cam Sims 16 336
123 12 Greg Ward 16 340
124 12 Auden Tate 16 341
125 12 Jakeem Grant Sr. 17 346
126 12 Damiere Byrd 17 348
127 12 Jalen Guyton 17 349
128 12 Albert Wilson 17 351
129 12 Cordarrelle Patterson 17 353
130 12 Breshad Perriman 17 354
131 12 Kalif Raymond 17 360
132 12 Anthony Miller 17 362
133 12 Cedrick Wilson 17 367
134 12 John Brown 17 370
135 12 Mohamed Sanu 17 375
136 12 Andy Isabella 17 380
137 12 Tyler Johnson 18 386
138 12 Collin Johnson 18 391
139 12 Ihmir Smith-Marsette 18 392
140 12 Willie Snead IV 18 394
141 12 Anthony Schwartz 18 397
142 13 John Ross 18 403
143 13 Keke Coutee 18 404
144 13 Isaiah McKenzie 18 406
145 13 Marquez Stevenson 18 408
146 13 Tylan Wallace 18 411
147 13 Braxton Berrios 18 413
148 13 Lil'Jordan Humphrey 18 418
149 13 Noah Brown 18 420
150 13 Kenny Stills 18 421
151 13 J.J. Arcega-Whiteside 18 423
152 13 Demetric Felton 18 427
153 13 Travis Fulgham 18 428
154 13 K.J. Osborn 18 430
155 13 Cameron Batson 18 431
156 13 Simi Fehoko 18 433
157 13 Zay Jones 18 434
158 13 Marquise Goodwin 18 444

Tier 1

After leading all wideouts with 18 touchdowns receptions and averaging 10.6 targets and 98 receiving yards per game in 2020, Adams should be rated right where he is. Thank goodness Aaron Rodgers is sticking around in Green Bay with him for one more year or else Adams’ fantasy value would have taken a Ronnie Lott-like hit. The only complaint is he has missed at least one game in each of the past four seasons, but that is not enough to knock him out of the catbird seat.

Diggs led the NFL in receptions and targets last season while making Buffalo’s brass look like geniuses for trading for him. The Bills did little in the offseason to upgrade their pass-catching corps (Emmanuel Sanders and Jacob Hollister?), so Diggs should be peppered by Josh Allen passes all season long again. Only reason he is not No. 1 is he does not score the touchdowns Adams does.

Hill is the most explosive receiver in the NFL. He can go catchless for three quarters and then bless fantasy managers with a 78-yard TD in the fourth quarter. But his improved route running is what has helped him the most in PPR leagues. Hill is no longer just a one-dimensional big-play-or-bust receiver, although he was only ranked 17th in receptions in 2020, which is why he is slotted third despite having Patrick Mahomes as his QB and scoring 37 touchdowns over the past three seasons.


Tier 2

Hopkins is so good that his 115-1,407-6 line in his first year as an Arizona Cardinal might have disappointed some of his fantasy managers since his touchdown total was his lowest since 2016. Offensive mastermind Kliff Kingsbury will get the ball into Hopkins’ hands inside the end zone this year more than he did last year, and Hopkins is a PPR monster considering he has averaged 103 catches per year over his last six seasons.

It will be interesting to see how Ridley does as Atlanta’s No. 1 WR now that Julio Jones has been shipped to Tennessee. While you might assume Ridley will have trouble getting open versus constant double teams, that was not the case last season. In the seven games Jones missed due to injury, Ridley racked up five 100-yard games.

Metcalf could have ended up as a top-3 fantasy WR last season if a bum ankle did not slow his super speed and reduce him to an average receiver down the stretch. No receiver in the league has the natural physical ability that he has. Can Metcalf be a 100-reception receiver like his teammate Tyler Lockett was last season? That is the one question holding this premiere playmaker back a bit in PPR formats.

Jefferson set the NFL rookie record for receiving yards with 1,400 last season, although let’s hope his preseason shoulder injury is not a precursor to a sophomore slump. While Adam Thielen doubled Jefferson’s touchdown total in 2020, Jefferson will not have to worry about tight end Irv Smith Jr. eating up more touchdowns and targets since Minnesota’s top tight end tore his meniscus and will miss most of the season.

Allen has shaken the injury-prone tag he earned earlier in his career (two missed games in last four seasons). He is more valuable in PPR formats thanks to his targets and touches (591 and 403 respectively) over that same sparkling four-year span.


Tier 3

Robinson was able to post 1,000-yard years with the likes of Blake Bortles and Mitchell Trubisky throwing to him, so he can be a fantasy force if Andy Dalton is Chicago’s starting signal caller for the first several games. What will be intriguing is how well Robinson can do if/when phenom Justin Fields takes the reins.

Calvin Ridley had no trouble being a fantasy force with Julio Jones on the opposite of the field, so Jones’ presence should not hurt Brown’s fantasy value this year, either. Brown’s breakaway speed and big body make him a matchup nightmare for cornerbacks. He could have had 1,400 yards and 14 touchdowns if his ankles and knees did not hamper him so often.

McLaurin is so good he was able to post 87 catches for 1,114 yards with Alex Smith, Dwayne Haskins, Kyle Allen and Taylor Heinicke as his quarterback foursome. Is 95 receptions for 1,350 yards possible with Ryan Fitzpatrick as his new battery mate? Maybe not, but McLaurin’s numbers have a better chance of going up then down.

Woods has Matthew Stafford throwing to him now, has less competition for targets than he has in years, and is coming off three consecutive seasons of at least 86 receptions and 129 targets. His lack of touchdowns and big plays makes him less attractive in other formats, but PPR plays to his strengths.


Tier 4

Lamb and Godwin are in similar boats and might sink or swim depending on how the target totals shake out in their respective receiving corps. I think Lamb has less bodies to overcome and the bigger upside between the two, so I would take him if I had to choose.

Johnson led Pittsburgh’s deep receiving crew with 144 targets in 2020. He is the best fantasy bet of the Steelers pass catchers, but with “Big Ben” Roethlisberger’s passes being divided between Johnson, JuJu Smith-Schuster, Chase Claypool, Eric Ebron and Pat Freiermuth, it is hard to envision Johnson having a 1,300-yard year.

Evans has been the picture of consistency during his career --- seven seasons, seven 1,000-yard years. His reception total has gone down due to Tampa Bay being blessed with so many talented pass catchers, but his TD total is still strong since Tom Brady looks for him first inside the red zone.


Tier 5

Cooper has had back-to-back 1,100-yard years in his first two full seasons with Dallas, but his fantasy needle is trending down in the eyes of many who see Lamb and Michael Gallup taking some of his targets. Having Dak Prescott back at the helm of the Cowboys offense definitely helps Cooper’s fantasy worth, though.

Kupp’s fantasy will probably go up slightly thanks to the quarterback upgrade of going from Jared Goff to Matthew Stafford. The jury is out on whether Moore going from Teddy Bridgewater to Sam Darnold as his QB is an upgrade or a downgrade.

The timing of Thomas’ offseason ankle surgery made his fantasy managers in keeper leagues just as angry as it did New Orleans head honcho Sean Peyton. It might cost him a month of games, but if we see the 2019 Thomas that dominated the NFL and not the 2020 incarnation that limped around catching seven-yard passes, it will be worth the wait.

The rest of the tier is split between longtime fantasy stalwarts who still produce great numbers but might be on the downside of their careers (Adam Thielen, Julio Jones) and young upstarts who might be on the verge of superstardom (Higgins, Jeudy, Aiyuk). I think Jones will want to prove naysayers wrong for thinking we have seen his best --- and the Atlanta Falcons wrong for trading him.


Tier 6

This is where fantasy managers can start taking some chances since they probably have their top two or three receivers on their rosters already. Golladay has to contend with a quarterback in Daniel Jones who has not exactly made the fantasy values of his receivers better in his early career, but Golladay could pile up 1,200 yards and 12 touchdowns if he stays healthy and Jones can hit him when he is wide open.

Shenault is a sleeper because the injury to Travis Etienne in Jacksonville not opens up targets for him as a receiver, it opens up carries for him as a rusher. Shenault had 18 rushing attempts last season and might be in for double that this season.

I do not trust Beckham coming off another season-ending injury while jammed in a run-first offense with Jarvis Landry and three decent tight ends. I do not trust Davis (11 TD in four seasons) as a No. 1 WR even though the Jets paid him like he is one. Chase and Boyd are going to be in each other’s fantasy ways in Cincinnati, so not sure I trust either of them, either.      


Tier 7

Pittman has the most exciting skills out of Indianapolis’ mediocre receiving corps, and T.Y. Hilton’s neck injury now makes him the legitimate No. 1 WR in Indy. Pittman’s problem is that Carson Wentz rarely remains injury-free, so he might struggle mightily if Wentz is not on the field.

Smith has dynasty keeper/foundation player written all over his after his amazing college career. Let’s hope his fantasy value is not dragged down by Jalen Hurts, who seems to elevate the values of his tight ends more than his receivers.

I do not expect Fuller and Jones Jr. to do as well in their new homes as they did in recent seasons due to the situations both are in. In the latter’s case, I would definitely prefer going with Shenault or Chark over Jones if I had to choose a Jaguars WR.

Callaway clicked with new starting signal caller Jameis Winston during New Orleans’ preseason, so couple that with Michael Thomas missing the first four games and his name has been rising up fantasy draft boards. He was an undrafted rookie last season, though, so do not bank on him being a Thomas clone just yet.


Tier 8

Parker’s numbers were almost cut in half in 2020 compared to 2019 thanks to nagging injuries and inconsistent quarterback play. I expect him to bounce back and deliver No. 3 or 4 WR fantasy stats when he will likely be drafted as a WR5.

Hardman must prove he can be a home run hitter in Kansas City’s high-octane offense and not a slugger who strikes out all the time. Brown must prove he can be a 1,000-yard receiver on a team that throws the ball less than any team in the league. Ruggs must prove he can be Las Vegas’ No. 1 WR or else he will face the wrath of Jon Gruden (and fantasy managers)

Take a flyer on Thomas and pray he is back to his old self by Week 5 and is not the 2020 version where he was limping around the field catching Drew Brees’ seven-yard slants. He is a PPR demigod when his body is 100 percent and he could thrive with Jameis Winston throwing to him rather than Brees.

I love Tyrell Williams as a fantasy sleeper. Many will forget about him since he missed all of 2020 due to injury, but he is slated to be the No. 1 WR on what appears to be a god-awful team that will allow him to rack up meaningless yards and touchdowns when the Lions are nonstop throwing in the second halves of all the games they lose. Detroit releasing Breshad Perriman last week makes Williams even more inviting.


Tier 9 and Lower

You are not looking for steady veteran production here. No reason to settle for a 700-yard guy when you could use a low-round, low-risk draft pick or auction buck on a receiver who could be a boom. And if he is a bust, it is no loss --- just drop him for another WR on the waiver wire later in the season.

My faves in these lower tiers are:

A.J. Green --- He might now be a past-his-prime possession receiver now, but he could still muster 800 yards and eight touchdowns in Arizona's pass-often offense.

Gabriel Davis --- With John Brown no longer around, the door is Davis' to open if he wants to take advantage of the double teams Stefon Diggs gets and become Buffalo's No. 2 WR

Denzel Mims --- Despite having a training camp that would worry fantasy managers, Mims is one to watch since the Jets lack a true No. 1 WR and he showed flashes of brilliance when he finally got on the field last season. No downside to drafting him in the last round or two and praying for 800-1,000 yards.

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MLB Closers and Saves: Fantasy Baseball Depth Charts

Saves are an important component for many fantasy baseball leagues. Closers are one of the most volatile positions in fantasy baseball, and one of the highest turnover positions in MLB. Each year, closers drop like flies and many MLB teams make in-season changes due to injuries or poor performance. In addition to closers and saves, relief... Read More

Craig Kimbrel - Fantasy Baseball Rankings, Draft Sleepers, Closers and Saves

Closers and Saves Waiver Wire Report for Fantasy Baseball - Week 25

Well, here we are folks. For most fantasy leagues, this is it. This is the last week that counts, the wrap up week in roto leagues and the championship matchup in head-to-head leagues. This is everything you've been working for all season and I am so proud of you. Oh, me? Yeah, I had either... Read More

Free MLB Betting Picks - Today's Best Bets, Expert Predictions, Odds (9/30/22)

Happy Friday, RotoBallers, we're back for another weekend of MLB betting picks! Make sure you're following my Twitter, as I can't guarantee that I'll always be able to get the added plays written here in the article, but I will typically add whatever else I'm playing throughout the day. The entire RotoBaller team has been... Read More


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Top 10 Running Back Studs - Best Fantasy Football RB Performances from Week 4

Some new faces made their way onto the top ten running back list for Week 4. Many fantasy managers across the landscape had high hopes for Rashaad Penny this season and he broke out during Week 4. So far through the first month of the season, many of the usual RB suspects have been nowhere... Read More

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Video: Running Back Waiver Wire Pickups for Week 5 (2022)

The 2022 fantasy football season continues with our Week 5 running back waiver wire pickups. Anthony Aniano gives his in-depth fantasy football advice, breaking down some of his waiver wire adds to prioritize and free-agent pickups as we head into Week 5 of the fantasy football season. These players should be targets as injury replacements,... Read More

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Rams vs 49ers Start 'Em, Sit 'Em: Cam Akers, Darrell Henderson, George Kittle, Tyler Higbee, Brandon Aiyuk, Jeff Wilson Jr.

Welcome back RotoBallers to Week 4 and our Monday Night Football matchups analysis! It's been an exciting Week 4 of NFL and fantasy football action, filled with plenty of booms, busts, and injuries, and now we get one more game on Monday night to finish it off. Below you will find our matchups analysis for... Read More

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Top Fantasy Football Injuries From Week 4: Jonathan Taylor, Javonte Williams, Cordarrelle Patterson, Tom Brady, Treylon Burks, Jahan Dotson

The 2022 NFL season is now a month old (pending Monday Night Football), so as always, key injuries for fantasy football are continuing to pile up. Our fantasy football injuries report highlights several players with fantasy significance and their latest status heading into Week 5 as of Monday, October 3rd, 2022. This article highlight news... Read More

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Waiver Wire Express - Week 5 Lightning Round Including Nyheim Hines, George Pickens, Brian Robinson, Kenny Pickett

October is here and I hope you all didn't have scary fantasy football weekends. Unfortunately, Week 4 saw key injuries hit superstars in Jonathan Taylor, and Javonte Williams, with others such as Tua Tagovailoa, Daniel Jones, Treylon Burks, Isaiah McKenzie, and Jahan Dotson exiting early as well. We'll see how those situations shake out through... Read More

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Biggest Week 4 Busts: Fantasy Football Reactions for Mark Andrews, James Robinson, Jaylen Waddle, Amari Cooper, Drake London

The fourth NFL Sunday of the 2022 season has come and gone. Hopefully, you woke up on Monday morning feeling very good about how your week went. However, this week's slate of games was certainly stress-inducing for many fantasy football managers. Part of that stress was caused by a group of players who drastically underachieved... Read More

Miles Sanders - Fantasy Football Rankings, Injury News, NFL DFS Lineup Picks

Unexpected Boom Performances: Week 4 Fantasy Football Reactions for Geno Smith, Jamal Agnew, Miles Sanders, Mo Alie-Cox

Week 4 of the NFL season continued to provide fans with some great matchups that went down to the wire. However, with plenty of injuries to skill players and weather issues in a few anticipated matchups, some unexpected faces had to show up and contribute to their offenses.  Another week has come and gone, and... Read More

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NFL DFS Lineup Picks for FanDuel, DraftKings - Rams vs 49ers MNF Showdown

Happy Monday, RotoBallers! I hope your Week 4 has been successful so far. I had a fantastic day yesterday, sweeping each of the four "major" slates, including a top 1% victory in the 4 pm Only slate on FanDuel. We ended the night on an awesome, pass-heavy Sunday Night Football showdown between the Chiefs and... Read More

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PrizePicks NFL DFS Picks - Rams vs. 49ers Monday Night Football

Hello everybody and welcome! The 2022 NFL season is underway and that means our friends over at PrizePicks have a TON of great props we can look to take advantage of. PrizePicks is a great DFS picks site where you can choose to select plays in terms of fantasy points or single stats. The goal... Read More

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Week 5 Waiver Wire Pickups and Free Agent Adds - All Positions

It was just a matter of time before the injuries to big-name players hit, especially at the running back position. Those who spent a top pick on Jonathan Taylor seem to have dodged a bullet while those invested in Javonte Williams must now move ahead without him. Let's see what the best options are. Below,... Read More

Running Back Waiver Wire Pickups for Week 5: Top Free Agent Adds Include Mike Boone, Nyheim Hines, Tyler Allgeier, Brian Robinson

As you now read this week’s recommendations from the waiver wire, the planning process for your Week 5 roster construction has already begun. The matchups of Week 4 included a whopping nine different 100-yard performances from running backs, while the injuries that have been sustained by Jonathan Taylor, Javonte Williams, and Alvin Kamara have become... Read More

George Pickens - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, Waiver Wire Pickups

Wide Receiver Waiver Wire Pickups for Week 5: Top Free Agent Adds Include Romeo Doubs, George Pickens, Jahan Dotson, Corey Davis

Week 4 was a fun week in the NFL. We got to see Bailey Zappe almost lead the Patriots to a win over the Packers, which is cool for me, a long-time Zappe fan dating back to his time at Houston Baptist University. We also got to see some big wide receiver performances, including DK... Read More

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Tight End Waiver Wire Pickups for Week 5: Top Free Agent Adds Include Tyler Conklin, Mo Alie-Cox, Taysom Hill, Robert Tonyan

2022 has not exactly been the Year of the Tight End in fantasy football. Atlanta’s Kyle Pitts has no touchdowns and three games of 25 receiving yards or less. San Francisco’s George Kittle has all of 28 yards thanks to an early injury. Dallas’ Dalton Schultz has 80 yards on the season and has done... Read More



DraftKings Daily Fantasy Basketball Picks (10/3/22): Preseason NBA DFS Lineups

NBA DFS is back! Yes, we still have two weeks until the season officially tips off, but that doesn't mean we can't get ahead of the field by playing some NBA Preseason DFS! Is it risky? Absolutely! Can it be fun and possibly lucrative? Also, yes! Preseason rotations are never easy to figure out and... Read More

The Time Is Now: Third-Year Fantasy Basketball Breakouts

Not every player can set the world on fire as a rookie. Or as a second-year player. Sometimes, young players take time to develop. A lot of star players take a leap in year three, but there are also players who aren't stars but become solid role players in that third season. Anthony Edwards is... Read More

Thunder Dan's 2023 Draft Rankings: Fantasy Basketball

I am quite possibly more excited for this NBA season than I have been for any previous season since I was a kid. I grew up watching the golden age of the NBA in the '80s and '90s and have been an NBA fan ever since. But this season is hopefully going to be like... Read More

Alex Burns' 2022-23 Fantasy Basketball Rankings and Draft Analysis

I know what you're probably thinking."Fantasy basketball rankings in September? We haven't even begun training camp. Does he have nothing better to do with his time?" While I do find myself suffering from significant boredom during the NBA offseason, I want to clarify one thing: It is NEVER too early to begin discussing fantasy hoops.... Read More

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NBA Draft Room 101: Keys to Building a Contending Fantasy Basketball Roster

Ask anybody that plays a fantasy sport what the best part of the season really is, and most of them will say it's the draft itself. Almost all of us know why too. Not unlike when you were a kid and got to be a captain for dodgeball on the playground, picking your own team... Read More

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Five Players With Fantasy Basketball Bust Potential

The NBA season is just around the corner. You're probably doing a bunch of fantasy basketball prep right now, so here's something to help you with that: a piece about potential busts. For the purposes of this piece, I'm basically talking about two kinds of busts. There are players who are being drafted too high... Read More

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Enough Already: Third-year Players To Give Up On In Fantasy Basketball

Not every player can set the world on fire as a rookie. Or as a second-year player. Sometimes, young players take time to develop. But other times, those struggles in years one and two can be signs that those players are on their way to washing out of the NBA. Below are five third-year NBA... Read More

2022-23 Fantasy Basketball Forgotten Players Worth Tracking (Part 1)

Whether it is because of injuries, because of a perceived lack of talent, or because of any other reason you can think of, some professional athletes find themselves on the outside looking in at some point in their careers. They get forgotten, they become part of their sport's past, and they have to make a... Read More

2022-23 Fantasy Basketball Forgotten Players Worth Tracking (Part 3)

This is the thirdpart of the ongoing series about "forgotten" NBA players I decided to write this preseason to bring some names back to the fantasy basketball forefront. I wanted to bring some players whose names have already (or could soon) entered the "forgotten" realm in the NBA, so that's why I'm highlighting them in... Read More

Fantasy Basketball Category Studs: Blocks And Steals

Blocks and steals, the two defensive stats used in typical category leagues, may seem secondary but they are just as important to manage as rebounds or assists, and they should not be overlooked. Yes, it feels cool to grab all the guys who can score points and average double-doubles, but if you aren't rostering players... Read More

NBA Draft: Second-Round Rookies to Watch Early for Fantasy Basketball

It's funny that every year at the NBA Draft, once the end of the guaranteed money and live appearances arrives at the end of the first round, everybody tunes out and refers to the 60th pick as "Mr. Irrelevant." That's not very accurate though, is it? Speaking historically, the title of "Mr. Irrelevant" could just... Read More

Fantasy Basketball Breakouts, Busts, And Locks - Philadelphia 76ers 2022 Outlook

Welcome to a new series that we are debuting here at RotoBaller in order to start getting you ready for the 2022-2023 fantasy basketball season! If you play fantasy football, you'll probably recognize the format here as we had a series of preseason NFL articles that followed the same outline. The idea here is to... Read More