RotoRun branches out from the prototypical industry standard “one-size fits all” approach to fantasy sports advice and provides customized expert knowledge that directly betters your team. The major difference being: Our primary focus is on answering situation-based questions from our readers via email and twitter.
RotoRun still provides preseason rankings, weekly rankings and weekly content (waiver wire pick-ups, players to watch, etc.) but having our experts respond to your roster decisions (start/sit , waiver pick-ups, trades and anything specific to your team) is our priority.
Tuesday night and you’re deciding on an add/drop move, Ask RotoRun.
Thursday morning and you’re deciding on who to start for Thursday Night Football, Ask RotoRun.
Sunday morning inactive reports have you in a bind, Ask RotoRun.
Articles, rankings and waiver wire reports are not a substitute for an expert's opinion or an expert's validation of a roster move; make decisions in tandem with the experts. Should I start Jeremy Hill as my RB2 this week is not a question for your co-worker, it's a question for RotoRun.
RotoRun aims to grow a community of fantasy sports lovers and we value the opinions of those within it. Don't hesitate to submit written content; selected works will be published. Let RotoRun be the platform for your fantasy sports debates, knowledge and writings.
Connecting with the fantasy sports community is our priority. The best means to do so are as follow:
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