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Yahoo DFS Football: Week 14 Picks

Vlad Sedler checks out this week's slate, and thinks Colin Kaepernick's horrific Week 13 line makes him a very tempting tournament play in a premium home matchup against the leaks Jets secondary.

Weekly Rankings: Week 14 Value Meter

Bye weeks are over, and in many cases the playoffs are starting. Will Mike Evans bounce back this week with a nice home matchup against the Saints?

Depth Chart Watch: Fallout From Week 13

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.

East Coast Offense: Anatomy of a Catastrophic Loss

Thanks to Colin Kaepernick, Chip Kelly, Trevone Boykin and mostly bad decision-making on his own part, Chris Liss failed to qualify for the Stopa League Playoffs and lost two large sidebets.

Fantasy Playoffs: Weeks 14-16 Strength of Schedule Rankings

Jim Coventry analyzes the best matchups for the fantasy playoffs in Weeks 14-16. Philip Rivers looks poised to deliver fantasy championships against three cupcake pass defenses.

Game Capsules: Breaking Down Week 13

Erik Siegrist analyzes Week 13's action and wonders if Matthew Stafford will be able to keep pace in an expected shootout in New Orleans.

DraftKings Fantasy Football: Week 13 Value Plays

Scott Jenstad is counting on Russell Wilson and the Seahawks offense to bounce back this week at home against the Panthers.

FanDuel Fantasy Football: Week 13 Value Plays

Kevin Payne examines the Week 13 slate, turning to Alex Smith ($7,000) and Malcolm Mitchell ($5,600) to deliver the fantasy goods as the calendar flips to December.

Weekly Rankings: Week 13 Value Meter

Last week there were too many cooks in New Orleans' fine restaurants, leaving not enough room for Brandin Cooks to dine. Will that change this week against Detroit?

East Coast Offense: Getting To Work

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.

Depth Chart Watch: Fallout From Week 12

Andrew Fiorentino finds a lot of chaos among the NFL's more prominent tight-end situations heading into Week 13, including Rob Gronkowski's inability to stay healthy.

NFL Barometer: December Trends

Jim Coventry delivers his weekly NFL Barometer, looking at a variety of risers, falls and those in transition heading into Week 13.

FanDuel Fantasy Football: Week 12 Value Plays

Kevin Payne picks the Week 12 contests, both for Thanksgiving and Sunday, as Carson Palmer looks like a steal in a game that should be one of the week's highest scoring.

Game Capsules: Breaking Down Monday Night

Erik Siegrist previews the Monday night matchup as Aaron Rodgers and the Packers look to get back on track at the Eagles.

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.

Weekly Rankings: Week 12 Value Meter

No A.J. Green and no Giovani Bernard means no fun for Andy Dalton. That and the rest of Jeff Erickson's Week 12 Rankings are in this week's Value Meter.

Depth Chart Watch: Fallout From Week 11

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.

NFL Injury Analysis: Thumb Issues for McCoy

After dislocating his thumb, Running back LeSean McCoy had a minor surgical procedure to reposition it. According to Jeff Stotts, if McCoy progresses smoothly, he has a realistic chance of playing Sunday against the Jaguars.

East Coast Offense: Wait on Quarterbacks?

After a slow start, and despite only 6.7 YPA, Aaron Rodgers is on pace for an all-time fantasy season for a quarterback.

Red Zone Watch: Week 11

Thomas Rawls' return from injury went about as expected, and with C.J. Prosise likely out for the rest of the season, Rawls should have no backfield competition in the red zone.

Game Capsules: Breaking Down Monday Night

Erik Siegrist previews the Monday night game as Derek Carr and the Raiders look to keep the good times rolling at home against the Texans.

Weekly Rankings: Week 11 Value Meter

It's a great week for quarterbacks, as a number of the top passers have plus matchups, including Kirk Cousins at home against the Packers.

Game Capsules: Breaking Down Monday Night

Erik Siegrist previews Monday night football as Andy Dalton leads the Bengals into New York to face the Giants.

Weekly Rankings: Week 10 Value Meter

David Johnson is the overwhelming favorite to be the top flex player this week against San Francisco.

DFS Football 101: Important Tips for New Players, Round 9

Michael Rathburn shares some key points regarding how to choose running backs for cash games.

Red Zone Watch: Week 8

Jimmy Graham used to be one of the best red-zone weapons in the NFL, but he hasn't been used nearly as much by the Seahawks despite Russell Wilson's lack of running this season.

Game Capsules: Breaking Down Monday Night

Erik Siegrist previews Monday Night Football as Matt Asiata and the Vikings clash with the Bears in a NFC North showdown.

Yahoo DFS Football: Week 8 Picks

Vlad Sedler advises you to budget even more carefully than usual this week, and thinks Jimmy Graham can save you a few dollars at tight end while still providing Gronk-level production in a revenge game against the Saints.

Weekly Rankings: Week 8 Value Meter

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.

East Coast Offense: Why Doesn't Julio Jones Score More TDs?

Both Jones and Andre Johnson, arguably two of the top-10 receivers of all time, struggled to score TDs at a rate commensurate with the massive yardage they racked up. The common denominator: Kyle Shanahan.