About RotoViz Apps

Ever heard of the Zero RB strategy that's sweeping fantasy leagues? Well, that started on RotoViz in 2013 when $250,000 NFFC winner Shawn Siegele wrote the original Zero RB article. That article has since become a seminal work in modern fantasy strategy.

Yes, "Zero RB" put RotoViz on the map but it's the site's over 1500 thought provoking and norm challenging articles and 20 different apps and 1800 annual articles make it the relied upon resource for high stakes and casual players alike. Whether you're looking for tools to optimize your DFS lineups, exportable cheat sheets for your draft or apps to help you win trades, RotoViz has the tools you'll need.

Looking for the next breakout? RotoViz publishes metrics driven analysis so you can get the next breakout player to win your league. For example, one of their metrics, the Phenom Index, loved Allen Robinson before the 2013 draft.

Like you, RotoViz is fanatical about fantasy football, looking for any and every edge to get a leg up. They have weekly projection tools that help you set your season long lineups. They have a Game Splits App so you can see how Tom Brady plays when Rob Gronkowski is out of the lineup. They even have an app for prospect analysis so you can compare rookie NFL Combine measures to players already in the league. The Buy Low Machine helps you make trades by flagging the players with easy upcoming matchups. RotoViz even has a dynasty league trade calculator built with proprietary analytical tools. Fantasy players who have caught "Best Ball" fever (you get a FREE DRAFT "Best Ball" Entry with a RotoPass subscription) know that RotoViz's ADP App helps them track leagues in one easy tool.

As someone who makes his living as a writer, make no mistake, I appreciate the written word. But sometimes it helps to take an author's biases out it and just present the data without any bias. And man, does RotoViz deliver the data. The reason you haven’t heard about RotoViz is because your competitors don't want you to know about it. And soon, you'll see why.

— Matthew Berry