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Fantasy Articles Featuring Janoris Jenkins

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East Coast Offense: Buy Lowest

While players like Julio Jones and Michael Thomas aren't likely to come at significant discounts, Chris Liss offers a list of skilled targets that should be obtainable on the cheap.

Week 6 Reactions: Turning Back the Clock

Adrian Peterson had a vintage performance Sunday against the Bucs, rushing for more than 130 yards and two touchdowns and showing everyone that he's ready to lead a backfield once again.

Matchup Edge: Progress to the Mean

After a month of letdowns with Julio Jones, the freak receiver is due to make up for lost time.

On Target: Going Long and Selling Short

Davis Mattek takes a look at five potential trade targets at wide receiver and five to sell off, including Jarvis Landry as Miami's offensive woes continue to drag down his value.

Matchup Edge: No Escape from LA?

For the Seahawks to get past a surging Rams squad, they may need a big game from Jimmy Graham.

DraftKings Fantasy Football: Week 5 Value Plays

Aaron Rodgers and Randall Cobb shouldn't have much trouble finding gaps in the middle of the Cowboys' defense.

Exploiting the Matchups: Manning the Bench?

Luke Hoover looks at some under-the-radar plays for Week 6. Will Eli Manning get enough opportunities to pay off Sunday against the winless Chargers?

Film Review: Watson's New Weapon

With Will Fuller's return from injury, an already surging Deshaun Watson has a new, unique weapon to work with

Matchup Edge: Julio Breakout Ahead

With Julio Jones lagging in the first three weeks, it's time for a correction in Week 4. Buffalo is too small and slow to keep up.

East Coast Offense: Variance and Sample Size

How do we tell if the Patriots are as good as last year's team or have slipped back to the pack after three games?

Week 3 Gameday Injuries

With plenty of walking wounded heading into Week 3, Juan Carlos Blanco breaks down who's suiting up and who's sitting as of Sunday morning.

Matchup Edge: Track Meet in D.C.

After a slow first two weeks in Washington, Terrelle Pryor is in position for a big game against his former team.

Weekly Rankings: Week 3 Value Meter

Cam Newton might be the toughest call to make this week, given his relatively poor returns so far, but he has a plus home matchup against the Saints. Check out all of Jeff Erickson's Week 3 rankings.

Matchup Edge: Pats Bounce Back

The Patriots offense bitterly disappointed in Week 1, but a trip to New Orleans with extended rest should do the trick. With Danny Amendola (concussion) questionable, James White could get loose.

Exploiting the Matchups: Rivers Will Flow

Luke Hoover analyzes the best plays for Week 2, including the Chargers' Philip Rivers, who faces a vulnerable Miami secondary.

Film Review: Week 1 Breakdown

Mario Puig analyzes each game from Week 1, including the surprising development in the Chicago backfield. Should fantasy owners trust Tarik Cohen?

Team Previews: New York Giants

Chris Liss dives into the Giants, whose success may depend on Eli Manning's ability to hearken back to fruitful Super Bowl runs.

Game Capsules: Wild-Card Playoffs

Erik Siegrist breaks down the first round of the playoffs as Eli Manning and the Giants go on the road to try to knock off the Packers at Lambeau Field.

Weekly Rankings: Wild-Card Week Value Meter

The running backs behind Lev Bell are incredibly sparse this week. Lamar Miller might have been a disappointment this year and has missed the last two games, but could be the #2 back.

Game Capsules: Breaking Down Week 17

Erik Siegrist looks at the regular season's final games, including an NFC North title clash that features Matthew Stafford and the Lions hosting the Packers.

Exploiting the Matchups: New Year, New Running Backs

Luke Hoover explores which players face favorable matchups in the last week of the regular season as well as those you may want to find an alternative for.

East Coast Offense: Top-20 Players for 2017

Odell Beckham, who turned 24 in November, edges out Antonio Brown, who will be 29 in July, for the top spot at the wide receiver position.

Game Capsules: Breaking Down Monday Night

Erik Siegrist previews the Monday night showdown between the Cowboys and Lions, with rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott expected to continue to shine.

Weekly Rankings: Week 16 Value Meter

Championship Week! After what appeared to be two dreadful quarterback weeks, the matchups appear to look better this week.

East Coast Offense: Le'Veon Bell's Historic Season

Prorated over 16 games, Bell's current pace would destroy Chris Johnson's single-season yards-from-scrimmage record and Matt Forte's RB receptions record too.

Exploiting the Matchups: Cooking Up a Playoff Run

Luke Hoover lays out the players with the most favorable of matchups in Week 13, as well as some you may want to find an alternative for.

Exploiting the Matchups: Fly Eagles, Fly

Luke Hoover hones in on the best matchups of Week 12, with the Packers' woeful defense a recurring theme.

East Coast Offense: Year of the Running Back

Through 10 games, five of the top six non-QB, per-game PPR scorers are running backs. Melvin Gordon checks in at No. 6.

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.

East Coast Offense: Non-Obvious Predictions for 2016

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