Arsenal struggled to contain the Manchester City wings last week, and with the Gunners traveling to Stamford Bridge on Saturday, RotoWire's Schuyler Redpath sees a big performance from Willian.
Given Tottenham's high win odds and implied goal total as they take on Fulham at Wembley Stadium, Harry Kane figures to be a very popular selection on Starting Eleven.
Brad Johnson looks at evolving bullpen assignments in the NL to see where they may be headed. Kenta Maeda could see the majority of saves in Los Angeles until Kenley Jansen returns.
DVR & Liss discuss whether or not Derrick Henry is being undervalued in 2018 fantasy drafts.
Christopher Olson checks out Thursday's DraftKings slate, looking to the Cubs' Kyle Schwarber on the road in Pittsburgh.
Davis Mattek digs into the schedules for some top fantasy WRs and finds that Amari Cooper is set to face a daunting array of cornerbacks in 2018.
Dave Regan examines players playing well after the All-Star break, including Mallex Smith, whom he’s not too surprised to see take a step forward given his youth and minor league track record.
Chris Morgan subs in with his Thursday FanDuel recommendations, including Nats middle infielder Daniel Murphy on the road in St. Louis.
James Anderson previews the players most likely to get added to September rosters, including a return engagement for Rockies second baseman Garrett Hampson.
Adam Zdroik notes that Twins second baseman Logan Forsythe’s numbers against lefties are a bit off this year, but he’s been better in recent weeks.
Andrew Laird and Jordan Cooper preview Saturday's five-game daily fantasy Premier League slate, including whether Harry Kane or Christian Eriksen is the worthwhile target from Tottenham, and where to get exposure to West Ham.
Toronto's James Wilder Jr. has been on a roll of late, and he is the best bet for success at the running back position in this week's contests on DraftKings.
Following the five fades of last week, the author embraces positivity with 10 favorite targets as the regular season approaches.
DVR & Liss debate whether or not John Ross can rise to the occasion in Cincy.
Tottenham should be on the front foot for most of their match against Fulham on Saturday, which is why RotoWire's Adam Zdroik thinks Christian Eriksen is worth his high salary.
Todd Zola looks at how feasible it is to make up ground in ERA and WHIP over the final quarter of the season, and how much a top reliever like Andrew Miller can help you do it.
With Tottenham heavily favored at home against Fulham on Saturday, fantasy managers will have to decide whether it's optimal to choose one of Harry Kane or Christian Eriksen, or find enough value to roster both.
Thursday's slate of 10 games features a home matchup for Masahiro Tanaka against the Rays.
Peter Gorgano previews this week's European Tour event in Sweden as Lucas Bjerregaard looks to continue his solid season.
Andrew Laird and Mike Gottlieb review Gameweek 1 of the Premier League and forecast what's to come in the next few weeks.
Chris Benzine keeps our Conference Preview series with a deep dive into the Big Ten, where Wisconsin's Jonathon Taylor is looking to build off a stellar freshman season and lead the Badgers to a College Football Playoff berth.
Juan Carlos Blanco examines whose value is rising and falling this week including 49ers wide receiver Marquise Goodwin, who continues to show impressive chemistry with Jimmy Garoppolo.
Chris Morgan checks out Wednesday's evening slate and expects Bryce Harper to stay locked in against Cardinals rookie hurler Austin Gomber.
Gary Woodland has finally found his groove with the flat stick as his fantasy value continues to rise heading into the FedExCup playoffs.
Adam Zdroik likes Jays slugger Justin Smoak on Wednesday down in Kansas City.
Sasha Yodashkin previews Wednesday's Yahoo slate, recommending Marlins catcher J.T. Realmuto on the road in Atlanta.
Tottenham are big favorites at home to Fulham on Saturday, which means many fantasy players could be eyeing up Harry Kane.
Wednesday's slate of 14 games features a home matchup for Gerrit Cole against the Rockies.
Luckily world peace doesn't depend on Julio Jones catching a TD.
Mark Taylor previews this week's NASCAR race as the circuit visits the Bristol bull ring where Kyle Busch is a seven-time winner.