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Fantasy Articles Featuring DeMarco Murray

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention DeMarco Murray's name.

Weekly Rankings: Week 4 Value Meter

Bye weeks start, and so do the London games. Meanwhile, Le'Veon Bell is back from his suspension on Sunday night against the Chiefs.

East Coast Offense: The Hidden Perils of Drafting RBs Early

Chris Liss benched Emmanuel Sanders this week ahead of his seemingly tough matchup at Cincinnati. It's easy to leave points on your bench when choosing between middle-round WR options.

DFS Football 101: Important Tips for New Players, Round 4

Michael Rathburn details how to use DraftKing's contest data to become a better DFS player.

Game Capsules: Breaking Down Monday Night

Erik Siegrist previews an NFC South Monday night showdown as Drew Brees and the Saints face the Falcons in what could be a shootout.

Yahoo DFS Football: Week 3 Picks

Vlad Sedler offers his tournament and cash game recommendations for Week 3 and thinks Melvin Gordon's hot start and favorable matchup against the Colts make him a near must-own.

The Stats Room: How Long Does Last Year Matter?

Jeff Zimmerman delves into the numbers to figure out just how much weight fantasy owners should give to the previous season when evaluating players.

Weekly Rankings: Week 3 Value Meter

DeMarco Murray quietly has been one of the few reliable running backs through the season's first two weeks, and he checks in at No. 4 in this week's rankings.

Red Zone Watch: Fitzgerald's Still Got It

Larry Fitzgerald leads the NFL in red zone targets through two weeks, and with Michael Floyd also getting in on the action Sunday, could David Johnson be in trouble?

DraftKings Fantasy Football: Week 2 Value Plays

Coming off a huge Week 1 performance, A.J. Green gets to face a Steelers team he owned last season.

Game Capsules: Breaking Down Monday Night

Erik Siegrist previews the Monday Night matchup as Ryan Mathews leads the Eagles into Chicago for date against the Bears.

Weekly Rankings: Week 2 Value Meter

The Giants and Saints rightfully will get a lot of attention this week for their shootout potential, but Amari Cooper and the Raiders should have a good offensive matchup as well for the second week in a row.

Depth Chart Watch: Fallout From Week 1

Andrew Fiorentino checks out rosters around the league and sees a lot of targets up for grabs in San Diego after Keenan Allen's latest injury.

East Coast Offense: What Can We Take from Week 1?

Even with an ideal matchup in Week 2 against the Saints, Chris Liss doubts new Giants coach Ben McAdoo will commit to getting Odell Beckham the ball the way the Steelers do for Antonio Brown.

NFL Barometer: Snead, Saints Go Marching In

Jim Coventry looks at the risers and fallers in the NFL as we head into Week 2, including a performance that perhaps should cause owners to re-assess New Orleans' Willie Snead.

Red Zone Watch: Mathews Busy in Week 1

Ryan Mathews had the most carries inside the 10-yard line in Week 1, and with a rookie quarterback under center, he could get plenty of red-zone work this season.

Week 1 Reactions: Where are the WR Points?

Brandin Cooks is the only wideout to score multiple touchdowns in Week 1, and RotoWire's Andrew Laird wonders if quarterbacks distributing their TD passes more evenly will make top-tier WRs less important.

Exploiting the Matchups: Thomas Remains a TD Threat

Luke Hoover attempts to unveil the players in position to exceed expectations Week 1, as well as those who may disappoint.

Game Capsules: Breaking Down Week 1

Erik Siegrist previews the Monday night games, as Todd Gurley looks to get the Rams' return to L.A. off on the right foot against the 49ers in an NFC West showdown.

Yahoo DFS Football: Week 1 Picks

Vlad Sedler suggests you don't over-think rostering Dak Prescott as his low price tag and high upside make him a near must-start for Week 1 in cash games, even if his ownership rate is sky high.

Depth Chart Watch: Fallout From Final Cuts

Andrew Fiorentino analyzes some surprising moves made on the eve of the regular season and wonders what kind of workload Jamaal Charles will get if he's even able to play in Week 1.

NFL Waiver Wire: Week 1 Pickups

Kevin Payne features players available in most leagues who could be fantasy factors in Week 1 and beyond, including Trevor Siemian, who won the starting QB job in Denver.

East Coast Offense: Non-Obvious Predictions for 2016

Chris Liss expects Devonta Freeman to outperform Adrian Peterson by a wide margin in PPR.

Weekly Rankings: Week 1 Value Meter

Russell Wilson has an inviting matchup at home against the Dolphins, but he's not the top QB in Jeff Erickson's player rankings. Check out all of Jeff's rankings for Week 1.

Football Draft Kit: How to Calculate Keeper League Inflation

Jake Letarski explains how to tackle the tricky situation of calculating inflation value in keeper leagues to take advantage of your competition.

NFL Barometer: McCoy Looks Like a Bargain

Jim Coventry's weekly look around the NFL includes an upgrade for LeSean McCoy, whose place atop the Buffalo RB depth chart just got a little more secure.

Draft Strategy: Does Math Still Support Taking WRs Early?

RotoWire President Peter Schoenke looks at historical trends to see if drafting wide receivers early still adds up.

Depth Chart Watch: Training Camp Job Battles

Andrew Fiorentino surveys the league for the fallout from the first week of preseason games, including a look at the backfield in Oakland where Latavius Murray might feeling heat.

Football Draft Kit: Digging Deeper into Red-Zone Stats

Fantasy owners love red-zone touches, but not all red-zone touches are equal. Andrew Laird digs deep into the numbers to find out which running backs have the most upside at the goal line.

Snarky 150: Overall Cheat Sheet with Obnoxious Commentary

Le'Veon Bell attended mandatory minicamp, skipped optional NFL drug testing program.

Fantasy Football Draft Strategy: Are Top RBs Undervalued?

RotoWire President Peter Schoenke breaks down the overall strategy questions for 2016. Are wide receivers so valued now that the top running backs are being overlooked?