RotoWire's football draft kit has you covered for the 2018 season with player outlooks and projections, customizable rankings and much more. Check it out now.
Jeff Zimmerman analyzes which metrics from the NFL Combine portend success for wide receivers. Tuns out, bigger is better. What's that mean for Panthers rookie D.J. Moore?
Scott Jenstad offers DFS tips for the forgotten middle – those who aren't beginners but who aren't professionals, either. Check out his tips to give yourself the best chance of cashing this fall.
Best-ball veteran Mark Stopa offers his tips for winning best-ball leagues, which offer fantasy owners the thrill of drafting without the work of traditional leagues.
Erik Siegrist profiles the top backups to target late in drafts this season, including the Eagles' Corey Clement.
Jerry Donabedian hunts for players who could break out this season and pay off big for fantasy owners, including Indianapolis running back Marlon Mack.
Jerry Donabedian analyzes this year's most important coaching changes for fantasy owners, including a new era in Chicago that should help Mitchell Trubisky.
John McKechnie breaks down the 2018 rookie class and looks at the players who could make a fantasy impact. How long until Barker Mayfield takes over in Cleveland?
Jerry Donabedian analyzes an impact class of player moves after a revival of the trade market created the most interesting offseason season in recent memory.
Our football writers pick the players who could be undervalued and overvalued in this year's drafts. Is Josh Gordon a sleeper at his ADP, or a bust?
Jerry Donabedian analyzes last season's offensive downturn, which was largely a product of poor quarterback play, and what it means for 2018.
We surveyed some RotoWire football writers to get their picks for this season. Who are they targeting? Who are they avoiding? And who's going to the Super Bowl?
Peter Schoenke shows fantasy owners how to make best use of Average Draft Position and how not to allow ADP to dictate their drafts.
Choosing a backup fantasy quarterback is much more than making sure your starting QB's bye week is covered, and Andrew Laird explores how to use two starting quarterbacks throughout the fantasy season.
Backup RB battles galore, plus an ugly start for Samaje Perine and big nights for Mike Evans, Kelvin Benjamin and Travis Benjamin.
RotoWire's football draft kit has you covered for the 2017 season with player outlooks and projections, customizable rankings and much more. Check it out now.
Preseason win-loss results don't mean much, but the exhibition schedule does provide useful information for fantasy owners preparing to draft.
Compiled from this year's crop of Training Camp Previews, members of the RotoWire staff identify three players from each team that prospective fantasy owners need to be aware of heading into draft season.
Andrew Laird looks at how bookmaker odds can help make fantasy decisions. Just how helpful are the Vegas numbers, and are fantasy owners using them correctly?
Wait on a QB? Draft an elite WR or RB early? Alex Rikleen finds the answers by decoding the math behind fantasy scarcity.
Building a dynasty is more art than science, but Erik Siegrist shows how following NFL trends can be the crucial ingredient to long-term victory.
Jerry Donabedian investigates what happened last season when running backs unexpectedly reasserted their fantasy dominance. Hint: the reasons are hard to pin down.
Vlad Sedler recounts how he zigged when everyone else zagged in the NFFC last season and how going the contrarian route this season might prove fruitful again.
Jerry Donabedian analyzes this year's coaching changes. How will the change in offensive coordinators in Atlanta impact Matt Ryan.
John McKechnie analyzes the prospects of this year's top rookies, like Jacksonville's Leonard Fournette, who could be a fantasy factor by Week 1.
Jim Coventry looks at players who changed teams this offseason and how that might impact their fantasy value. What should we expect from LeGarrette Blount in Philadelphia?
Jerry Donabedian highlights players like Tampa Bay's Jameis Winston who could be in store for a breakout season this year.
We polled out football writers for their favorite undervalued and overvalued players as we head into the 2017 season. Is Miami's DeVante Parker poised to outperform his ADP?
Erik Siegrist reviews RotoWire's Steak League auction where a clear lesson emerged: value buys come before the market is set.
Peter Schoenke and Chris Liss provide their 2016 Draft Strategy in two vital podcasts.