Week 3 of the NFL preseason can be the trickiest of all the preseason slates. This is typically the regular season tuneup for most teams, with starters playing significant time. This hurts the edge gained through research, as fantasy gamers simply throwing in players they know/like can actually hit big.
If you’ve been reading RotoViz for any length of time, you know that we’ve had some #taeks. Of course, with so many articles and ideas, there are ultimately going to be some pieces of advice we’ve changed our tune on. Here are 16 tips we’re taking a mulligan on.
Draft season is upon us! As we prepare for our leagues, there is the inevitable question that everyone asks: Who should I be taking first overall? This off-season, there has been plenty of buzz about the running back position, which has created a consensus top three of David Johnson, Le’Veon Bell,
The Arizona Cardinals re-signed running back Chris Johnson. Does it mean anything for David Johnson? What does Mike Williams’ injury mean for Tyrell Williams?
The week started off with a massive Ezekiel Elliott bombshell.
With July finally underway, we have entered the heaviest draft season of the year. From now until the Chiefs and Patriots kick off, many will be trying to get into as many drafts as possible, particularly best-ball drafts. Recently, the daily fantasy sports platform DRAFT began to offer best-ball
When Fantasy Douche first put forth the idea of ADP arbitrage, I became obsessed with exploiting such situations in fantasy football.
I was perusing Twitter when I saw an interesting question posed by one of fantasy football’s most astute thinkers, Brian Malone.
When it comes to fantasy football, there is one rule that supersedes all others: buy low, and sell high.
The RotoViz Screener is the most powerful app you’ll find for fantasy football. One of my favorite features is the Similarity Search, which allows you to locate similar players based on any set of parameters and years of study.