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Are you following @Rotoprofessor on Twitter? If not you should be, as we Tweet out all the important bullpen notes every morning from the previous day’s games. Who is in jeopardy of losing their job? Who is worth the speculative add? Here are this morning tweets (Please note we won’t be posting these on the website every day, so make sure you follow @Rotoprofessor to ensure you don’t miss a thing): NYY: Britton allowed unearned R (read more...)

Week 3 Rankings (2018): Top 40 Running Backs
Wed, Sep 19, 2018 Category: FOOTBALL
by Ray Kuhn Another week and more questions… Of course we have elite options, but there are also tough decisions to made. Let’s not waste any time and jump right into our rankings as we try to decipher who can be trusted and who carries far too much risk to depend on: Todd Gurley – LA Rams – vs. LA Chargers Alvin Kamara – New Orleans Saints – at Atlanta Saquon Barkley – New York Giants – at Houston Ezekiel (read more...)

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Phillip Lindsay 28 snaps (14 carries), Devontae Booker 22 (3 carries), Royce Freeman 16 (8 carries). #9sports — Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) September 17, 2018 Talk about a frustrating situation for those who invested heavily in Freeman on draft day.  While his lack of snaps was game flow dependent, it’s clear that he’s not going to assume leadership of the backfield as expected.  In fact he’s been out touched and outproduced by Lindsay over the first two (read more...)

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) With just under two weeks left in the season fantasy owners are looking for help anywhere they can find it.  You can see it by the names towards the top of the most added lists, many of which are two-start pitchers (as owners reach for any shred of value as they try to maximize wins and strikeouts).  However free agent grabs go beyond that so let’s take a look at (read more...)

Are you following @Rotoprofessor on Twitter? If not you should be, as we Tweet out all the important bullpen notes every morning from the previous day’s games. Who is in jeopardy of losing their job? Who is worth the speculative add? Here are this morning tweets (Please note we won’t be posting these on the website every day, so make sure you follow @Rotoprofessor to ensure you don’t miss a thing): STL: Interesting to see Martinez (read more...)

Week 3 Rankings (2018): Top 25 Quarterbacks
Tue, Sep 18, 2018 Category: FOOTBALL
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) With two weeks of data it’s impossible to say the picture is crystal clear, but we are definitely starting to gain clarity.  Whether it’s how good a quarterback and their offense is or if it’s which defense you want to try and capitalize on, the decisions are getting a little bit easier.  Of course injuries, and the subsequent, return to health blur the lines.  Who are the quarterbacks to trust (read more...)

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Christian Yelich was the star of the day, going 4-4 with 1 HR, 4 RBI and 1 R as he hit for the cycle (his second cycle against Cincinnati this season).  Anthony Rendon enjoyed a big day at the dish, going 3-4 with 1 HR, 2 RBI and 2 R.  Miles Mikolas continued his strong 2018 campaign, defeating the Braves as he allowed 2 ER on 4 H and 1 (read more...)

by Ken Balderston Any team looking at a stretch run to the money could use a boost in the pitching game, and some can be found on your waiver wire.  While not an exact science, there are usually effective options out there for the astute owner.  Let’s see who could impress this week: A Grade To be considered in most leagues Derek Holland – Giants (at Padres, 40% owned) ‘A’ On the season, consisting of 28 starts and 157 (read more...)

by Will Overton Week 2 of the season is coming to a close tonight and the waiver process is set to begin again. We’re still approaching things with a bit of cautiousness, but you can’t wait forever. We now have two games to work with and at least a bit bigger sample size to consider. We are going to look at the names who should be considered this week and I’ll give my impression on whether (read more...)

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Just hours before the start of Week 2′s Sunday action I know many people have questions running through their heads. Who should I start? Who should I sit?  Let’s take a look at how some of the recent news changes things: Aaron Rodgers – Green Bay Packers – Quarterback Despite returning to the game last week after suffering a knee injury there were significant questions whether or not Rodgers would start (read more...)