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NFL Waiver Wire: Week 4 Pickups

Kevin Payne finds some waiver-wire gems in this week's look at free agents to target, like Philadelphia's Carson Wentz, who does not look like a rookie.

Week 3 Reactions: Welcome to Wentzylvania

Rookie quarterback Carson Wentz has the Eagles off to a 3-0 start, but fantasy owners ready to jump on the bandwagon will have to wait a little bit.

DraftKings Fantasy Football: Week 3 Value Plays

While typically not a fantasy darling, Joe Flacco could be in for a huge day in a potential Baltimore-Jacksonville shootout.

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.

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.

East Coast Offense: Bet the Skills, Fade the Coachspeak

DeVante Parker was third on the Dolphins' depth chart this preseason while battling a hamstring injury, but he was the No. 14 overall pick last year, a size/speed freak and produced down the stretch as a rookie.

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.

On Target: It's Easy Being Green

Davis Mattek checks out the pass volume trends after Week 1, and is prepared to move A.J. Green up to the elite WR tier given his lack of competition for targets in a dangerous Bengals offense.

Yahoo DFS Football: Week 2 Picks

Vlad Sedler advises you to remember what happened last year when Eli Manning and the Giants faced the Saints, and not get too cute about rostering him in cash games.

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.

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.

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.

Streaming Defenses: Picking a Week 1 Team Defense

With Josh Gordon sidelined and Robert Griffin under center, the Browns offense doesn't figure to have much luck in a Week 1 road matchup against the Eagles defense.

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.

DraftKings Fantasy Football: Preseason Week 4

James Smizek breaks down the final week of preseasons and shows DFS players where they can cash in, like taking advantage of Aaron Rodgers' backups.

NFL Injury Analysis: Romo's Back Woes

Jeff Stotts explains that Tony Romo is expected to miss 6-to-10 weeks with a compression fracture in his spine. Dak Prescott is expected to be the Cowboys starting QB until Romo returns.

Depth Chart Watch: Training Camp Job Battles

Andrew Fiorentino breaks down the latest depth chart movement in training camps around the league as Jay Ajayi is still battling Arian Foster for the top spot in Miami.

NFL Barometer: Is Josh Gordon Back?

Jim Coventry likes what he's seen in preseason from Josh Gordon, who at his ADP is starting to look like a good value for the fantasy owners.

Depth Chart Watch: Training Camp Job Battles

Andrew Fiorentino looks at who's moving up and who's moving down the league's depth charts. Who will be the No. 2 to star A.J. Green in Cincinnati?

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.

NFL Barometer: Committee of One in NY

Jim Coventry looks at who's rising and who's falling thus far in training camp, including Rashad Jennings, who has taken over the No. 1 RB job in New York after working in a committee last year.

Injury Analysis: Nelson Closer to Returning

Jeff Stotts runs down the latest injury news on some of the most important fantasy players, including Green Bay's Jordy Nelson, who is expected to be back on the field soon.

Snarky 150: Overall Cheat Sheet with Obnoxious Commentary

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

Team Previews: Philadelphia Eagles

Adam Hermann explores the potential of a Philadelphia squad in full search of finding their franchise quarterback.

Injury Analysis: Durable vs. Fragile WR

Jeff Stotts analyzes wide receivers who might be most prone to injury this year, like the Jets' Brandon Marshall, and those about whom fantasy owners shouldn't have to worry.

Depth Chart Watch: Training Camp Job Battles

Devonta Freeman exploded out of the gate last year, but late-season struggles and Tevin Coleman's improvement could create a time-share in Atlanta. Andrew Fiorentino breaks down all the summer job battles.

Game Capsules: Breaking Down Week 17

Erik Siegrist breaks down Week 17 as Teddy Bridgewater and the Vikings travel to Green Bay to face the Packers with the NFC North title at stake.

DraftKings Fantasy Football: Week 17 Value Plays

DeAngelo Williams' price has risen significantly, but he enters Week 17 with one of the best matchups of the season. Jerry Donabedian breaks down his top values to pair with the Steelers RB.

On Target: David Johnson is 2016's No. 1 Pick

Davis Mattek reviews some lessons learned from the 2015 season and looks ahead to 2016 where Arizona's David Johnson might be the top pick.