This week we at RotoAnalysis are re-ranking the quarterbacks for the rest of the season. There’s still time left for your fantasy team to turn it around with some great play from the QB position.
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I’m back to give you some of the not-so-obvious must starts at each position for week 10, and some value plays for you guys, or girls, that participate in the weekly format leagues.
When a highly drafted player struggles to start the year, it’s always tough to know what to do. Do you continue to start them off of pedigree or do you bench them for the hot hand? What can be even more confusing is when those same players finally bounce back. This week we’re going to focus on four players who started off slow, but may finally be back on track.
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We’re officially eight weeks in, and hopefully your fantasy team hasn’t hit a midseason swoon like the Eagles
Confession time: I was worried about my pick last week. For those who missed it, I had the Chargers on the road in Jacksonville. At the time, I was concerned about the Chargers’ inconsistent play (they hadn’t won back-to-back games), their short week combined with a trip across the country and a puzzling seven-point spread.
Week 7 around the NFL was as brutal as ever, and led to a ton of injuries. With two starting QBs and various other fantasy studs now out, the way you react could end up shaping your season. We at RotoAnalysis are breaking down some of the key situations and what you can do as an owner to improve your team the rest of the way.
By Moe Koltun, Matt Cott, and Matthew Schwimmer of Roto Analysis Some players have been hugely disappointing so far this season. They aren’t just your average underperformer either – you leave them in your starting lineup, […]
When it comes down to it, breakout players end up deciding the fate of most fantasy football leagues. Who was able to snag them first? Who found that diamond in the rough? These players end up swinging the balance of the league and can carry a team to a championship
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After breaking down some buy lows last week, this week it’s time to focus on some guys to sell high.
With 2 weeks in the books, it’s hard not to overreact to what has happened so far. The sleeper you liked before the season may have done nothing, and the player you hated may be putting up huge numbers.
Before we fly through my week 2 picks like a 53-play first half, let’s step back and learn some lessons from week 1 that could help us survive moving forward.
The first couple weeks of the season are oftentimes the period when our preconceived notions of players are quickly replaced by the reality of their current talent level and situation