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Waiver Worthy: Five Hot Adds For You To Grab Off The Wire
Tue, Dec 01, 2015 Category: BASKETBALL
by Kyle Williamson It’s time again to take a look at the waiver wire and identify who some of the hottest and best adds are right now. We’re looking at a few guys who have recently claimed starting roles, and one guy who has taken on a larger role thanks to injury. We are going to talk about each players current value as well as looking at their long term value. Let’s get to it: Kosta Koufos (read more...)

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the Dolphins relieved offensive coordinator Bill Lazor of his duties following the team’s loss to the Jets, installing Zac Taylor, who had been their quarterback coach, into the role.  The former University of Nebraska quarterback’s first job is going to be to bring balance to an offense that simply wasn’t fooling anyone. Miami’s 218 rushing attempts is the fewest in the league, and by (read more...)

by Will Overton A lot of times the Tuesday Night slate doesn’t leave much to be desire for daily fantasy leagues, but tonight that is not the case. We have a seven game slate and some really appealing matchups mixed into the fold. I have a feeling there is going to be a whole lot of Damian Lillard and a whole lot of LeBron James tonight, but to afford them both you have to cut back (read more...)

by Ray Kuhn There is nothing like kicking off the week with a solid slate of action. The Monday Night Football game was actually, surprisingly, entertaining in a strange way so if your attention was there, we have you covered. Let’s take a look at five performances that stood out from the night in hoops. 1) DeMarcus Cousins Returns We know that Cousins is a talent player and when he is in the lineup, he is generally a (read more...)

Early 2016 Rankings: Top 10 Shortstops
Tue, Dec 01, 2015 Category: BASEBALL
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Of any position shortstop may be the one that is in the most “flux” at the moment.  While there is some clarity at the very top, even with the injury risk for Troy Tulowitzki, there are significant questions up and down the rest of the rankings whether it someone returning from an injury, currently in free agency or the development of a young player.  Let’s take a look at how (read more...)

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) The name Domingo Acevedo may not be one you are familiar with, but it may not be too long before the Yankees’ prospect is on all radars.  Signed as an 18-year old in 2012, he made significant strides in just 11 starts in the New York Penn League this past season and certainly opened some eyes thanks to both his size and stuff. He’s a monster of man, standing at 6’7”.  (read more...)

Week 13 Rankings (2015): Top 25 Quarterbacks
Tue, Dec 01, 2015 Category: FOOTBALL
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) It is crunch time for fantasy owners, whether the playoffs have started or are about to start in your fantasy league.  Does that mean it’s time to go out on a limb and take a gamble or do you stick with the players who got you hear (regardless of the matchup or if they are currently struggling)?  It’s not necessarily an easy decision, especially at quarterback, so let’s take a (read more...)

by Will Overton This could be the final week of your regular season, and if it’s not it’s probably one of the last two. Even though there aren’t any more bye weeks, you may still need that waiver wire to fill your lineup this week because of injuries or underperforming. In this space we are going to look at guys who had breakouts in Week 12 and also guys we think may have breakouts in Week 13. (read more...)

American League Top 10 Prospect Lists Completed!
Mon, Nov 30, 2015 Category: BASEBALL
This morning we completed our Top 10 prospect lists for the American League teams with the release of the Seattle Mariners (click here to view).  It’s certainly not an impressive system (the highest grade is a B+, and even those are borderline), though there is some upside both long-term (Alex Jackson if he can get his strikeouts in order) and short-term (Edwin Diaz and Patrick Kivlehan).  Make sure to check out this one, as well as (read more...)

by Ray Kuhn We know all about the stars, but when constructing your DFS squad it goes much deeper than that. You need to build a complete, effective, efficient, and economical squad. And that is where we come in. Picking Anthony Davis, Stephen Curry, and LeBron James each night is always a good idea, but it is not that simple. There is a salary cap we must be aware of, and values must be found. Finding these (read more...)