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Fantasy Articles Featuring Tyler Eifert

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Tyler Eifert's name.

On Target: Second-Half Breakout Candidates

Davis Mattek takes a look at 10 lesser-known receivers who could be poised for big second halves, including emerging Steelers deep threat JuJu Smith-Schuster.

Exploiting the Matchups: A New Brett in Titletown

Brett Hundley starts his tenure as the Packers' starting quarterback with a favorable matchup against the Saints at Lambeau Field on Sunday. Check out the rest of Luke Hoover's upgrades and downgrades for Week 7.

On Target: Fuller Throttle

Davis Mattek looks at receivers due for some positive or negative regression in the touchdown department, including Texans' breakout star Will Fuller.

Week 5 Gameday Injuries

A pair of prominent quarterbacks head Week 5's injury concerns for fantasy owners. Juan Carlos Blanco looks at who you need to keep a close eye on heading into Sunday's kickoffs.

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

Weekly Rankings: Week 5 Value Meter

Is Todd Gurley among the small circle of players who are matchup-proof? This week's matchup against the Seahawks will test him. Check out all of Jeff Erickson's Week 5 rankings.

NFL Barometer: Top Bucs Back is Back

Juan Carlos Blanco looks at whose fantasy prospects are rising and falling heading into Week 5, including Doug Martin as he makes his return from a suspension.

East Coast Offense: Buy-Low Window on Newton Slams Shut

The time to use Newton in DFS or trade for him was after Week 3's debacle against the Saints. Newton's sample of fantasy greatest was far larger than his recent slump, and he's still in his prime.

Week 4 Gameday Injuries

The Raiders' Michael Crabtree and the Seahawks' Doug Baldwin head the top injury concerns for fantasy owners heading into Week 4. Juan Carlos Blanco gives the latest updates on their statuses and the rest of the walking wounded as of early Sunday morning.

FanDuel Fantasy Football: Week 4 Value Plays

Kevin Payne checks in with his Week 4 FanDuel plays, including a pair of Seahawks looking to bounce back against Indianapolis in front of the 12th Man.

Weekly Rankings: Week 4 Value Meter

After another disappointing week, should fantasy owners bury Terrelle Pryor? Jeff Erickson has the answer to that and more in this week's Value Meter.

NFL Injury Analysis: Sproles Set for Two Surgeries

Jeff Stotts explains the odd combo of injuries, a torn ACL and broken arm, that has ended Eagles running back Darren Sprolesí season.

NFL Barometer: Larry Legend

Juan Carlos Blanco checks in on the risers and fallers in the NFL after Week 3 and finds that reports of Larry Fitzgerald's fantasy demise have been greatly exaggerated.

NFL Waiver Wire: Week 4 Pickups

Kevin Payne searches the waiver wire for the week's best pickups. Tyler Lockett could see his role grow thanks to an injury to Doug Baldwin.

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.

DraftKings Fantasy Football: Week 3 Value Plays

While not quite on the level of last week's headline matchups, Cincinnati-Green Bay and Oakland-Washington offer a slew of attractive DFS options.

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.

Gameday Injuries: Week 1

Odell Beckham remains a true game-time call for Sunday's season-opening tilt in Dallas. Juan Carlos Blanco discusses what it will take to get him on the field, as well as the rest of Week 1's noteworthy injuries.

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.

Weekly Rankings: Week 2 Value Meter

The Patriots and the Saints should engage in a shootout Sunday, curing a lot of fantasy ailments in the process. Check out all of Jeff Erickson's Week 2 rankings here.

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?

Week 1 Reactions: Defense Wins (Fantasy) Championships

A few rookie running backs made impactful debuts in Week 1, but many fantasy owners were likely lifted to victory thanks to some big defensive performances.

Exploiting the Matchups: Will Bell Go Quiet Week 1?

Luke Hoover analyzes the Week 1 matchups and is not confident Le'Veon Bell will return his usual rewards in the season opener against the Browns.

Weekly Rankings: Week 1 Value Meter

Without Andrew Luck against the Rams, T.Y. Hilton's weekly ranking takes a pretty big hit in Week 1.

NFL Injury Analysis: When Will Luck Return?

Jeff Stotts notes that Indianapolis quarterback Andrew Luck, who had surgery on his shoulder eight months ago, at least has been removed from the PUP list, which means he should return before Week 6.

East Coast Offense: 20 Bold Predictions

Chris Liss likes Jimmy Graham to finish as a top-three tight end and Hunter Henry to finish in the top five. Check out the rest of his bold predictions for 2017.

Fantasy Football Draft Strategy: My Game Plan for 2017

RotoWire President Peter Schoenke shares his strategy for fantasy football drafts and auctions for 2017, which focuses on taking wide receivers early.

Snarky 150: Overall PPR Cheatsheet & Obnoxious Commentary

Kenny Britt: crisscrossing the league, one hellscape at a time. Find out who else earns a mention in this year's version.