Official 2014 Rankings: Top 75 Wide Receivers

Just like at quarterback, there are a ton of viable options each week at wide reciever. Some of the luck in fantasy football comes in picking the right lineups and who will score any given touchdown one week, making WR an inconsistent and frustrating position. As great as Calvin Johnson is, his owners were hugely [...]

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Official 2014 Rankings: Top 75 Running Backs

As the league has become more and more pass-heavy, team’s resort to more and more running back committees to torture fantasy owners and dilute the fantasy talent pool at running back. Jamaal Charles, the #1 RB, had 295 points last season. Only 17 other backs had more than HALF of that total. The #20 RB, [...]

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Official 2014 Rankings: Top 25 Quarterbacks

After a bit of a hiatus, RotoAnalysis co-founders Matt Cott & Matt Schwimmer are back with their final preseason rankings for the 2014 season. At quarterback, we unanimously have Peyton has #1, but really view it as a clear top 3 where Brees or Rodgers is nearly as likely to finish atop the leaderboard. The [...]

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Player Profile: Brian McCann

One of the hardest things about baseball is predicting what a player is capable of in the pre-season. Many felt that Brian McCann would be a top 5 catcher after signing his contract to play in the bandbox that is Yankee Stadium. However, it is difficult to predict how a change in leagues and teams [...]

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Studying Strikeout Rates: Whose Will Rise & Whose Will Fall?

When looking at early season statistics, it’s important to see what can be sustained and what cannot. A third of the season is already in the books, and when it comes to projecting the final two thirds of the year only one thing is certain: some players will regress from unrealistic paces, and others will [...]

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Prospect Hunting: Gregory Polanco Part 2

Living in Syracuse does not have many perks. Raising a son does not leave me the time I wish to have to scout more players as they come through our AAA affiliate as I would wish but tonight provided an opportunity that I could not pass up. While it is very difficult to navigate the [...]

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Flirting with the Waiver Wire: Week 7

“I want to be someone’s last call of the night & their first thought in the morning.” Unknown Have to admit that I enjoy this column but finding funny dating quotes can be tough. This one stands though since dating websites are multi-million dollar businesses as a result of our need to be wanted. While [...]

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Player Profile: Zach Britton

“Evolution is a process of constant branching and expansion.” Stephen Jay Gould  If you are into Darwinism this may be true, but when a starting pitcher moves to the bullpen sometimes simplifying their repertoire is the key to success. As an example, I am going to look at Zach Britton who quite possibly has been [...]

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