The most recent articles from RotoWire across all fantasy sports.
Jay Cutler is coming off his worst game of the season, so does that make him a start or sit this week against the Patriots?
Aaron Baddeley surged up the leaderboard last week on Sunday and could be ready to the do the same this week.
With eight goals in his past five appearances, including four versus Tottenham last weekend, Sergio Aguero is in sensational form heading into Gameweek 9.
After noticing an uncharacteristically low shooting percentage with Vancouver last season, the Bolts' Jason Garrison should be in line for a rebound in both season-long formats and in FanDuel play this week, especially with Victor Hedman out.
Brad Keselowski faced a must win Sunday at the Geico 500 if he wanted to advance to the Eliminator round of the Chase and keep his championship hopes alive.
With Yahoo releasing new default fantasy basketball rankings, RotoWire's Josh Lloyd took a look at the changes in rankings from Yahoo's initial default rankings to their new rankings.
Drew Brees is coming off the bye, but he draws the Lions on the road.
Which players were heavily owned in FanDuel's Thursday night contest?
RotoWire's Michael Rathburn lays out his strategic approach to playing College Football contests on DraftKings.
The Stars showed the Pens why the West is still best, but the Isles showed there's a new player in town.
RotoWire's Justin Fielkow looks at this season's addendums to the NHL rule book, and how the changes may impact power-play snipers like the Ducks' Corey Perry.
Victory Cruz is out for the season, his absence might not start benefiting Rueben Randle untill after this week.
Behind rookie Nathan MacKinnon the Avs made the leap from league also-ran to Central Division champs in 2013-14. Can Colorado take the next step and emerge as Stanley Cup contenders?
DVR & Bernie recap the ALCS, discuss the Dodgers' changes in the front office, a new manager in Arizona, and the first two weeks of Arizona Fall League Action.
How to cash in on early season panic in your league.
Frank Kaminsky, one of the best big men in the country, leads a Badgers squad that is the class of the Big Ten.
Backing Joe Flacco and the Ravens at home.
Denny Hamin is coming on strong as the Chase wears on and has been lights out on the restrictor-plate race tracks this season.
Usually the opponent of the Saints merits an automatic downgrade in the defensive rankings. But what do we make out of the Lions this week, given how they shut down the Packers at home earlier, the Saints' road numbers and Jimmy Graham's possible absence?