Andrew Fiorentino tallies up the injuries and demotions that have lain waste to depth charts across the league, but Thomas Rawls' big performance should ensure he remains the lead dog in Seattle's backfield.
Fantasy football is usually a low-maintenance hobby, but ahead of the playoffs, you have to emphasize strength of schedule and short-run roster management. Tyrod Taylor, above, makes for a nice QB-stream given a soft schedule and return of Sammy Watkins.
Kevin Payne wants to know why Colin Kaepernick is still available in the vast majority of leagues as he continues to put up quality fantasy numbers each week. That and more in this week's look at the wire.
Andrew Fiorentino details another week of lineup shakeups, including Andrew Luck's status for Thursday's game looking seriously questionable due to a concussion, meaning Scott Tolzien may take the reins for Indy.
Spencer Ware could be out at least week after he suffered a concussion during the Chief’s win against the Colts, meanwhile fellow Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles will miss at least eight more weeks.
The ugliest bye week of the season yet is upon us, leading to some tough lineup choices. You might have to play good players in bad matchups out of necessity, such as Alshon Jeffery against the Vikings.