RotoViz provides advice on players to target and fade on your fantasy football waiver wire.
Shawn Siegele combs the RotoViz apps and breaks down 15 of the most fantasy-relevant developments from Week 7. Why 15? That’s the jersey number of ultimate quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
This is the point in the FFPC Main Event season when lineup decisions can become agonizing, especially if you’re locked in a tight race for a playoff spot in your league and every point is crucial to staying in the hunt.
Dynasty rankings are in constant flux and staying informed is the key to making roster decisions for your fantasy football team. The Dynasty Watch series highlights some key takeaways from each week’s games.
Welcome back to Talkin’ Trades, a weekly column that will highlight players to target today before their prices change tomorrow.
Like many others, when I first started playing DFS I would just take shots at tournaments and hope to hit it big overnight, but that’s not a winning strategy in this game. This series will help you go from being a “Joe” to a pro.
When I’m looking into the DFS slate each week, I like to go game by game and identify players or situations that intrigue me. In every game, on every team, there’s a situation that’s relevant for DFS purposes. Whether it’s for a positive or negative reason, doesn’t matter. It informs
The 3 and Out uses the Weekly Stat Explorer to uncover significant workload changes, league, team, and player-specific trends, and hidden but powerful statistics. Note that metrics and statistics referenced in this article are sourced from the Weekly Stat Explorer. As a result, offensive rankings, for example, are based upon tool
Opportunity, opportunity, opportunity — that’s what fantasy football is all about. Each week I aggregate projections from around the internet and find the best DFS values from a dollar-per-opportunity perspective.
GLSP uses historical matchup, team, player, and Vegas lines to generate situation-agnostic running back projections. The low projection is equivalent to the 25th percentile point total from the comparable matchups. The median projection provides a benchmark, with even odds of the player producing more or less. The high projection is equivalent to