Heading into tonight's NFL Draft Day 1, Mario joins Liss and Jeff to discuss Kyler Murray's fantasy forecast for the 2019 season.
Nick joins Liss and Jeff to discuss the future of the OKC Thunder after yet again losing in the first round of the playoffs. Is Russell Westbrook overrated?
Jose Peraza's strikeout rate has skyrocketed, and he hasn't walked yet this season. Jeff Erickson shows how to find that and more on RotoWire's Plate Discipline Changes, one of the site's new features for 2019.
Jose Ramirez is hitting .157 with only five RBI's. Liss and Jeff debate whether his current woes are just a run of bad luck, or a downward trend.
ESPN's Andre Snellings joins Liss and Jeff to talk Houston Rockets, and then the historic climb of the three point shot becoming the most important aspect of the current game.
After two good starts, is it time to "sell high" on Clayton Kershaw? Liss and Jeff discuss.
Liss and Jeff debate if now is the time to trade high and deal Chicago's Tim Anderson.
After Chris Sale showed better velocity Tuesday versus the Yankees, can we relax about his rest-of-season forecast?
Jeff & Liss discuss how Christian Yelich is hitting so many home runs despite a low fly ball rate.
Liss and Jeff discuss why Daniel Vogelbach is exhibit A for why you must pick up players who are off to hot starts.
Teoscar Hernandez was a surprise leader among qualified hitters in barreled hits percentage last season – among the revelations that Jeff Erickson discovered while navigating batter Statcast data.
Liss is convinced the ball is juiced.
Liss & Jeff debate who on the Cardinals benefits if Marcell Ozuna's injury forces a trip to the IL.
Jeff & McKechs discuss the new opportunity for Christian Walker in Arizona.
Liss and Jeff discuss Rays pitcher Ryan Yarbrough's unique fantasy value for 2019.
Kyle Hendricks has succeeded for years by inducing weak contact despite throwing a below-average fastball. Jeff Erickson wants to know if Trevor Williams is cut from the same cloth.
Erickson and Liss discuss who'll gain more playing time for the Yankees now that Giancarlo Stanton will miss time with a biceps injury.
A brief tribute to Lou Williams and the Clippers, who overcame trading away Tobias Harris at the trade deadline to improve their playoff standing in the West.
Chris Liss and Jeff Erickson discuss whether it was smart to take Trea Turner in the first round of fantasy drafts. If you're picking your team this weekend, see what they have to say.
Todd Zola joins Jeff & Liss to explain his "wait on pitchers" approach in a recent SXM AL-Only Hosts draft.
Liss explains to Jeff why White Sox infielder Yoan Moncada is not a batting average risk this season.
Jeff and Mario discuss the fluid bullpen situation in Milwaukee.
Jeff Teague is out for the season, one of three Timberwolves down in their Operation Shutdown.
Max Scherzer has climbed up to third in RotoWire's composite rankings. Check out all of our changes in this week's Roundtable Rankings.
Who are Jeff Erickson's "FOMO" (Fear of Missing Out) players? Will Ryan McMahon (pictured) be Captain Helium this weekend?
Liss & Jeff discuss their current value evaluation for Phillie Rhys Hoskins, who recently suffered a shoulder injury.
Liss explains to Jeff why he owns many shares of Miguel Cabrera.
Jeff and Mario discuss Jung Ho Kang's upside, now that he's been declared the Pirates' starting third basemen, after a two year absence.
D'Angelo Russell may have helped your team reach the fantasy playoffs, but you'll likely not be able to use him in Week 23 if you're still alive in your league.
Vladimir Guerrero's oblique injury could further delay his arrival to Toronto. How much does he fall in the latest installment of the RotoWire Roundtable?