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Week 16 Daily Fantasy Football Top Tournament Plays

Week 16 Daily Fantasy Football Top Tournament Plays

Mike Cardano, Senior Fantasy Analyst December 19, 2014

Week 16 Daily Fantasy Football Top Tournament Plays

Mike Cardano (@MikeCardanopresents his DraftKings Top Tournament Daily Fantasy plays for Week 16, striving to find NFL players with big upside and potential low ownership to help you separate from the field and climb your tournament the leader board in Daily Fantasy… As seen on DKTV…

Week 16 Daily Fantasy Football Market Share Report

Week 16 Daily Fantasy Football Market Share Report

Mike Cardano, Senior Fantasy Analyst December 18, 2014

Week 16 Daily Fantasy Football Market Share Report

Mike Cardano (@MikeCardanobreaks down WR Targets, RB Carries and Red Zone Opportunities from Week 15 in the NFL to help you make better decisions in your DraftKings lineups in Week 16 and beyond… As seen on DKTV…

Happy Holidays From Cha Cha

Happy Holidays From Cha Cha

Mike Cardano, Senior Fantasy Analyst December 17, 2014

Charlie Dicosola a.k.a. Cha Cha (@chachaozone) wishes the RotoExperts family happy holidays… Same to you and yours Charlie… It’s listeners and viewers like you that make us look forward to doing what we do on a daily basis. We’ll not you actually Charlie, that was just a figure of speech, but you know what I mean… Happy Holidays…

Week 15 Daily Fantasy Football Top Tournament Plays

Week 15 Daily Fantasy Football Top Tournament Plays

Mike Cardano, Senior Fantasy Analyst December 12, 2014

Week 15 Daily Fantasy Football Top Tournament Plays

Mike Cardano (@MikeCardano) talks about Top Tournament Daily Fantasy plays for Week 15, striving to find NFL players with big upside and potential low ownership to help you separate from the field and climb your tournament the leader board in Daily Fantasy… As seen on #DKTV…

Week 15 Daily Fantasy Football: Targets, Carries and RedZone Opportunities

Week 15 Daily Fantasy Football: Targets, Carries and RedZone Opportunities

Mike Cardano, Senior Fantasy Analyst December 11, 2014

Week 15 Daily Fantasy Football: Targets, Carries and RedZone Opportunities

Mike Cardano (@MikeCardanobreaks down WR Targets, RB Carries and Red Zone Opportunities from Week 13 in the NFL to help you make better decisions in your DraftKings lineups in Week 15 and beyond… As seen on #DKTV…

Fantasy Football: Week 15 RB Rankings, Starts & Sits

Fantasy Football: Week 15 RB Rankings, Starts & Sits

Patrick Mayo, Staff Writer December 9, 2014

FNTSY Sports Network’s Pat Mayo reveals his Week 15 RB Rankings, telling you which running backs you need to get into your lineup for Week 15, and which available waiver wire RBs can be picked up and immediately started to help you navigate through injury and inconsistent production.

Week 15 Ranks: FLEX | QB | RB | WR | TE & D/ST | Start/Sit
Week 15: Picks/Game Previews | RB/WR Injuries & Replacements Ranks
Week 15: Johnny Football | Waivers | RB Adds | WR Adds | W15/16 TE
Fantasy Playoffs: RB Handcuff Ranks | Playoff Ranks & Tips | Best Schedules

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Week 15 RB Rankings

ProbableRashad Jennings (Ankle)
Questionable: Jamaal Charles (Knee), Khiry Robinson (Forearm), C.J. Anderson (Ankle)
Doubtful [Not Ranked]: Montee Ball (Groin), Ronnie Hillman (Foot), DeAngelo Williams (Hand), Ryan Mathews (Ankle)
OutAndre Ellington (Hip), He went to Jerick McKinnon (Back), Denard Dog Robinson (Foot) 

***Week 15 Special Guest Ranker – since Mayo refuses to list Mark Ingram or Trent Richardson – Jake Ciely

  1. Le’Veon Bell
  2. Arian Foster
  3. DeMarco Murray, Present
  4. Matt Forte
  5. Jamaal Charles
  6. C.J. Anderson
  7. LeSean McCoy
  8. Justin Forsett
  9. Marshawn Lynch
  10. Alfred Morris
  11. Fred Jackson
  12. Isaiah Crowell
  13. Latavius Murray
  14. LeGarrette Montez Blount
  15. Joique Bell
  16. Oh, hai Mark Ingram (Special Guest Rank: Jake Ciely)
  17. Dolphins Starting RB
  18. Darren Sproles
  19. Jonathan Stewart
  20. Jeremy Hill
  21. Eddie Lacy
  22. Rashad Jennings
  23. Chris Johnson
  24. Daniel Herron
  25. Chris Ivory
  26. Andre Williams
  27. Gio Bernard
  28. Terrance West
  29. Marcel Reece
  30. Steven Jackson
  31. Doug Martin
  32. Donald Brown
  33. Pierre Thomas
  34. Reggie Bush X
  35. Shane Vereen
  36. Matt Asiata
  37. Bishop Cranky
  38. Toby Gerhart
  39. James Starks
  40. Frank Gore
  41. Roy Helu Jr.
  42. Branden Oliver
  43. Juwan Thompson
  44. Knile Davis
  45. Charles Sims
  46. Anthony Dixon
  47. Travaris Cadet
  48. Joseph Randle
  49. Trent Richardson (Special Guest Rank: Jake Ciely)
  50. Alfred Blue
  51. Benny Cunningham, and his wife, Oprah
  52. Dexter McCluster: Telling you not to LOL and Drive
  53. Mike Tolbert
  54. Chris Polk
  55. Jordan Todman
  56. Carlos Hyde
  57. Ka’Deem Carey
  58. Christine Michael
  59. Devonte Freeman
  60. Lorenzo Taliaferro
  61. Lance Dunbar
  62. Benard Pierce
  63. Fozzy Wozzy Whittaker
  64. Bryce Brown
  65. Theo Riddick
  66. Robert Turbin
  67. Damien Williams
  68. Darren McFadden
  69. Bobby November Rainey
  70. Chris Ogbonnaya
  71. Ben Tate III
  72. Jonas Gray
  73. Joe Banyard
  74. Orleans Darkwa
  75. Dri Archer #DANGERZONE
  76. Jonathan Grimes (Or, Grimey, as he likes to be called)
  77. Jacquizz Rodgers
  78. Mike James
  79. Maurice Jones-Drew
  80. Ronnie Brown
  81. John Khun
  82. Bilal POWWWWell
  83. Super Storm Johnson
  84. Brandon Bolden
  85. Cedric Peerman
  86. DeAnthony Thomas
  87. Leon Washington, The Professional
  88. Daniel Thomas
  89. Shonn Greene
  90. Silas Redd
  91. Zac StacyFilm Credits: “Super Mario Bros.” as Goomba
  92. Kyle Juszczyk
  93. Jackie Battle
  94. Michael Bush
  95. James White
  96. Darrel Young
  97. Jalen Parmele

WORST PLACE!!!

  1. Oh, hai Mark Ingram
  2. Lamar THRILLER
  3. Second Worst RB of all time, Trent Richardson

Fantasy Football: Week 15 WR Rankings, Starts & Sits

Fantasy Football: Week 15 WR Rankings, Starts & Sits

Patrick Mayo, Staff Writer December 9, 2014

FNTSY Sports Network’s Pat Mayo reveals his Week 15 WR rankings, telling you which wide receivers you need to get into your lineup for Week 15, and which normally lower-ranked options will excel in favorable matchups.

Week 15 Ranks: FLEX | QB | RB | WR | TE & D/ST | Start/Sit
Week 15: Picks/Game Previews | RB/WR Injuries & Replacements Ranks
Week 15: Johnny Football | Waivers | RB Adds | WR Adds | W15/16 TE
Fantasy Playoffs: RB Handcuff Ranks | Playoff Ranks & Tips | Best Schedules

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Week 15 WR Rankings

Probable: Roddy White (Ankle)
QuestionableDeSean Jackson (Leg), Sammy Watkins (Groin), Andre Johnson (Dizzies),  Julio Jones (Hip), Reggie Wayne (Triceps)
Not Ranked: Julio Jones (Decoy duty)
DoubtfulKendall Wright (Hand), Percy Harvin (Ankle), Torrey Smith (Knee)
Out: Brandon Marshall (Ribs), Brandin Weber Cooks (Thumb), Justin Hunter (Spleen)
BACK!!!!!!!!: Josh Gordon (Reefer Madness)

  1. Antonio Brown
  2. Dez Dispenser Bryant
  3. Calvin Johnson
  4. Demaryius Thomas
  5. Alshon Jeffery
  6. The New ODB, Odell Beckham Jr.
  7. T.Y. “Gene Mean” Hilton
  8. Jordy Nelson
  9. A.J. Green
  10. Emmanuel Sanders
  11. DeAndre Hopkins
  12. Money Mike Evans
  13. Keenan Allen
  14. Randall Cobb
  15. Josh Gordon
  16. Golden Tate III
  17. Kelvin BenJAMIN’
  18. Roddy White
  19. Jordan Matthews
  20. Brandon LaFell Sexwell
  21. Jeremy Maclin
  22. Julian Edelman
  23. Vincent Jackson
  24. Sammy Watkins
  25. Jarvis Landry
  26. Kenny Stills to Pay the Billz
  27. STEVE SMIFF SEÑOR
  28. Marqise Lee
  29. DeSean Jackson
  30. Martavis Bryant
  31. Marquess Wilson
  32. Harry Douglas
  33. Eric Decker
  34. Mike Wallace
  35. Anquan Boldin
  36. Charles Johnson
  37. Robert Woods
  38. Nasty Nate Washington 666
  39. Mohamed Sanu
  40. Donte Moncrief
  41. Kamar Aiken
  42. Andrew Hawkins
  43. Cole Beasley
  44. Doug Baldwin
  45. Allen Hurns
  46. Derek Hagan
  47. Marques Colston
  48. Devin Hester
  49. Reggie Wayne
  50. Malcom Floyd
  51. Markus Cream of Wheaton: NOW WITH EXTRA GLUTEN!!!
  52. Hollywood Chris Hogan
  53. Cecil Shorts III
  54. Michael CRABPEOPLE!!!
  55. Davante Adams
  56. James Jones
  57. Pierre Garçon
  58. Greg Jennings
  59. Andre Johnson
  60. Rueben Randle
  61. LOUIS MURPHY!!!!
  62. Andre Roberts
  63. Wesley Welker
  64. Dwayne Bowe
  65. Dr. Jacoby Jones
  66. Philly Brown
  67. Jeremy Kerley
  68. Travis All About the Benjamins
  69. Andre Holmes
  70. Riley Cooper
  71. Jermaine Kearse
  72. Hakeem Nicks
  73. Jarius Wright
  74. Brandon Lloyd
  75. Josh Huff
  76. Terrance Williams
  77. Paul Richardson
  78. Brian Hartline
  79. Preston Parker
  80. Taylor “Sledgehammer” Gabriel
  81. The Walls of Jerricho Cotchery
  82. Eddie Royal
  83. Rod Streater
  84. Stevie Johnson
  85. Greg Salas
  86. Lance Moore
  87. Brice Butler
  88. Cody Latimer
  89. Andre Caldwell
  90. Ace Sanders
  91. Kenbrell Thompkins
  92. Junior Hemingway
  93. Jason Avant
  94. Frankie Hammond
  95. T.J. Graham
  96. Marlon Brown
  97. Cordarrelle Patterson
  98. Corey Washington
  99. Dane Sanzenbacher
  100. Chris Givens
  101. Corey Fuller
  102. Ricardo Lockette
  103. Jarrett Boykin
  104. Country Music Sensation Griff Whalen
  105. Ryan Broyles
  106. Brian ENOUGH IS ENOUGH AND IT’S TYMS FOR A CHANGE
  107. Danny Amendola
  108. Vincent Brown
  109. Brandon Tate
  110. Ted Ginn Jr.
  111. Denarius Moore
  112. Brandon Gibson

Fantasy Football: Week 15 Waiver Wire RB Pickups

Fantasy Football: Week 15 Waiver Wire RB Pickups

Patrick Mayo, Staff Writer December 8, 2014

FNTSY Sports Network’s Pat Mayo and Laura Diakun take a look at the top Week 15 waiver wire RB pickups. They examine Jonathan Stewart, Daniel Herron, Latavius Murray, Kerwynn Williams and Matt Asiata’s schedules through the Fantasy playoffs and tell you which RB is the best add. Plus, why Mayo loves Marcel Reece in PPR leagues.

Week 15 Ranks: FLEX | QB | RB | WR | TE & D/ST | Start/Sit
Week 15: Picks/Game Previews | RB/WR Injuries & Replacements Ranks
Week 15: Johnny Football | Waivers | RB Adds | WR Adds | W15/16 TE
Fantasy Playoffs: RB Handcuff Ranks | Playoff Ranks & Tips | Best Schedules

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Week 15 Waiver Wire Power Rankings (suggested winning FAAB Bids for $100 budget)
*All Players less than 60-percent owned

Running Backs

  1. Jonathan Stewart ($27)
  2. Daniel Herron ($19)
  3. Latavius Murray ($15)
  4. Matt Asiata ($6)
  5. Kerwynn Williams ($11)
  6. LeGarrette Montez Blount ($0)
  7. Andre Williams ($21)
  8. Juwan Thompson ($0)
  9. Knile Davis ($0)
  10. Joseph Randle ($0)
  11. Alfred Blue ($0)
  12. Ka’Deem Carey ($0)
  13. James Starks ($0)
  14. Chris Polk ($0)
  15. Doug Martin ($0)
  16. Marcel Reece ($0)
  17. Roy Helu ($0)
  18. Carlos Hyde ($0)
  19. Robert Turbin ($0)
  20. Theo Riddick ($0)
  21. Charles Sims ($0)
  22. Lorenzo Taliaferro ($0)
  23. Jonas Gray ($0)
  24. Dexter McCluster ($0)
  25. Stepfan Taylor ($0)
  26. Anthony Dixon ($0)
  27. Ben Tate III ($0)
  28. Branden Oliver ($0)
  29. Bobby Rainey ($0)
  30. Tavon Austin: Secret RB ($0)
  31. Darren McFadden ($0)
  32. DeAngelo Williams ($0)
  33. Christine Michael ($0)
  34. Pierre Thomas ($0)
  35. Benny Cunningham ($0)
  36. Chris Johnson ($0)
  37. Jonathan Grimes ($0)
  38. Travaris Cadet ($0)

Daniel Herron didn’t exactly elevate your team to a win in the first round of the Fantasy playoffs. However he’s carving out a larger slice of the Colts offense for himself each week. Herron out carried Hagar the Horrible Trent Richardson eight to seven, and continued to do damage in the passing game, hauling in four catches on seven targets. Richardson was held without a single look from Andrew Luck. Herron’s role on passing downs almost assures he’ll out snap Richardson 2:1 moving forward, and in this high powered offense, Fantasy points will follow… Jonathan Stewart had four years of pent up aggression and unleashed it all on the Saints defense – no wonder he was so quick. STEWMANJI broke 100 rushing yards for the first time since 2010. No word yet on whether DeAngelo Williams will return next week, but if he doesn’t, Stewart’s the top RB add with Tampa and Cleveland the next two weeks. If word trickles out that Williams will be back, move Herron ahead of Stewart as a priority pickup… Jerick McKinnon’s back has him finished for the season, and thinking the Vikings will welcome Adrian Peterson back into the mix is shortsighted, once again leaving Matt Asiata as the last man standing. No, Asiata’s not very good, but he did get 40-percent of Minnesota’s touches against the Jets. That has value. You’re never going to start him over a quality option, however Asiata will consistently rank somewhere between RB25-RB30 for the rest of the season. He’s perfect if you’re running back situation seems hopeless… Tony Sparano indicated Latavius Murray wouldn’t be run into the ground over Oakland’s final few games. He lied. Murray was the primary ball carrier in the Raiders’ backfield. In theory that all sounds great, until you remember it’s the Raiders offense, that caps his upside. Murray is a capable plug if you’re suffering from RB issues, especially in Week 15 against the Chiefs. Although, things get tougher Week 16 against the Bills… Andre Williams’ impact is tied to Rashad Jennings’ health. If Jennings is a full participant in practice during the week, it’s going to be difficult to trust Williams moving forward… Someone named Kerwynn Williams garnered the plurality of touches in the Cardinals backfield. Don’t think Kerwynn Williams’ mom would have even predicted that. Either way, with Andre Ellington’s heading to IR, Williams is the Arizona RB you want to own. Except, you don’t want to own any Cardinals RB the rest of the season; they’re at St. Louis on Thursday night, then host Seattle in Week 16. I don’t like the sound of those matchups. In deep leagues, he may be the top option available; just don’t think you’re getting a game changer…. Remember, if you’re only adding running backs to your bench with no intention of starting them this week, just hoard handcuffs, whether you have the starter or not. They possess the most upside of all available RBs.

Fantasy Football:  Week 15 TE Rankings & Streaming Defenses

Fantasy Football: Week 15 TE Rankings & Streaming Defenses

Patrick Mayo, Staff Writer December 8, 2014

FNTSY Sports Network’s Pat Mayo reveals his Week 15 TE Rankings and Top D/STs, focusing on one big man with an awesome matchup that’s surging up the RANKS, and another deeper option that can be of assistance in PPR leagues, especially if you’re suffering through terrible TE troubles or are just searching for a player to bust out. Plus, Mayo’s top streamable D/STs for Week 15.

Week 15 Ranks: FLEX | QB | RB | WR | TE & D/ST | Start/Sit
Week 15: Picks/Game Previews | RB/WR Injuries & Replacements Ranks
Week 15: Johnny Football | Waivers | RB Adds | WR Adds | W15/16 TE
Fantasy Playoffs: RB Handcuff Ranks | Playoff Ranks & Tips | Best Schedules

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Week 15 TE Rankings

Probable: Dwayne Allen (Ankle), Jimmy Graham (Shoulder) 
Questionable:  Austin Seferian-Jenkins (Back), Charles Dice Clay (Hammy), Jordan Cameron (Dizzies), Julius Thomas (Ankle)
Doubtful [Not Ranked]: Cooper Helfet (Ankle), Jace Amaro (Dizzies)
Out: Tyler Eifert (Arm)

  1. #GRONKSMASH!!!!!
  2. Greg Olsen
  3. Jimmy Graham
  4. Martellus Bennett
  5. Julius Thomas
  6. Delanie Walker
  7. Jordan Reed
  8. TRAVIS KELCE!!!!!!!
  9. Antonio Gates
  10. Coby Fleener
  11. Mychal Rivera
  12. Dwayne Allen
  13. Larry Donnell
  14. Charles Dice Clay
  15. Scott Chandler
  16. Owen Daniels
  17. Kyle Rudolph
  18. Jason Witten
  19. Heath Miller
  20. Jermaine Gresham
  21. Levine Trololo
  22. Zach Ertz
  23. Jordan Cameron
  24. Tim Wright
  25. Richard Rodgers
  26. Gavin Escobar
  27. Anthony Fasano
  28. Eric Ebron
  29. Brent Celek
  30. Dion Sims
  31. Marcedes Lewis
  32. Tony Moeaki
  33. Niles Paul
  34. Austin Seferian-Jenkins
  35. Andrew Quarless
  36. Jim Dray
  37. Chase Ford
  38. Brandon Myers
  39. HEY VERN Davis
  40. Jacob Tamme
  41. James Casey
  42. Clay Harbor
  43. Brandon Pettigrew
  44. Crockett Gillmore
  45. Jeff Cumberland
  46. Ben Watson
  47. Ladarius Green
  48. Garrett Graham
  49. Daniel Fells
  50. Brandon Pettigrew
  51. Brandon Bostick
  52. Chris Gragg
  53. Rhett Ellison
  54. Vance McDonald
  55. Josh Hill
  56. John Carlson

WORST PLACE!!!

  1. Jared Cook

Week 15 D/ST Rankings

  1. BAL vs JAX
  2. DET vs MIN
  3. NE vs MIA
  4. HOU vs IND
  5. GB at BUF
  6. PHI vs DAL
  7. SEA vs SF
  8. TEN vs NYJ
  9. IND vs HOU
  10. TB at CAR
  11. BUF vs GB
  12. KC vs OAK
  13. NYG vs WAS

Fantasy Football: Week 15 QB Rankings, Starts & Sits

Fantasy Football: Week 15 QB Rankings, Starts & Sits

Patrick Mayo, Staff Writer December 8, 2014

FNTSY Sports Network’s Pat Mayo reveals his Week 15 QB Rankings, telling you which quarterbacks you need to get into your lineup, and which passers can make an impact in deeper leagues and in Daily Fantasy tournaments/cash games. Mayo provides a few names that are available on the waiver wire that you can stream through your lineup with confidence if you need to upgrade a murky QB situation. He recommends trusting the numbers, not your eyes, when evaluating Jay Cutler’s Fantasy prospects and how taking a chance on Eli Manning could have you playing for a Fantasy championship next week. Plus, how Jake Locker inherits a terrific season ending schedule that needs to be exploited in DFS formats.

Week 15 Ranks: FLEX | QB | RB | WR | TE & D/ST | Start/Sit
Week 15: Picks/Game Previews | RB/WR Injuries & Replacements Ranks
Week 15: Johnny Football | Waivers | RB Adds | WR Adds | W15/16 TE
Fantasy Playoffs: RB Handcuff Ranks | Playoff Ranks & Tips | Best Schedules

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Week 15 QB Rankings

Doubtful: Cam Newton (Back)
Finished
: Carson Palmer, Zach Mettenberger
NOPE!!! Chef Hoyardee
BENCHED: “Secret Bald” Mike Glennon, Austin Davis, NOT GREAT BOB Griffin III

  1. Andrew Luck
  2. Aaron Rodgers
  3. Peyton Manning
  4. Smokin’ Jay Cutler
  5. Tom Brady
  6. Drew Brees
  7. Hunky Tony Romo
  8. Ben Roethlisberger
  9. Eli Manning Face
  10. Matt Ryan
  11. Mark Sanchez
  12. Matthew Stafford
  13. Johnny Manziel
  14. Ryan Tannehill
  15. I’m Philip Rivers?
  16. Russell Wilson
  17. Josh McCown
  18. Jake Locker
  19. I borrow my dad’s suits Kyle Orton
  20. HELLO JOE Flacco. Iron helps him play!
  21. Colt McCoy
  22. Ryan FITZMAGIC
  23. Blake Bortles
  24. Andy “GINGERVITUS” Dalton
  25. Shaun Hill
  26. Derek Anderson
  27. Gonzo Kaepernick
  28. GENO PICKSSSSSSS!!!!
  29. Derek Carr
  30. Teddy Throwsevelt
  31. Drew Stanton
  32. Alex Smith