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Fantasy Articles Featuring Odell Beckham

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Odell Beckham's name.

East Coast Offense: Two Sports Betting Ideas

Chris Liss offers ideas for sports betting, says Todd Gurley is the No. 1 overall fantasy player and wonders why on earth Roger Goodell is asking for health insurance in his latest contract proposal.

DraftKings Fantasy Football: Week 10 Value Plays

If you buy into the idea of a Rams blowout victory, why not stack Todd Gurley with his team's defense?

Exploiting the Matchups: Don't Mess With the JuJu

Martavis Bryant's return to the lineup shouldn't prevent JuJu Smith-Schuster from staying hot in a favorable matchup with the Colts.

DFS Football 101: FanDuel WR Tourney Strategy

Michael Rathburn analyzes the wide receiver position on FanDuel and shows how to narrow the choices for tournaments to players who will pay off.

East Coast Offense: Whose Side Are You On?

Chris Liss illustrates his point via an exchange with a Twitter troll and also asks who we should rank at No. 4 overall for the rest of the year?

Streaming Defenses: Picking a Week 9 Team Defense

Patrick Peterson leads a well-rested Arizona defense out of a bye week to take on mistake-prone rookie C.J. Beathard in what could be his final start.

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.

Film Review: Concern for Cousins

Kirk Cousins has posted strong numbers to this point, but his production could sink if Washington doesn't improve its results at wide receiver.

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.

Week 6 Gameday Injuries

Week 6 sees the return of several notable fantasy assets, while other key pieces are trending in the opposite direction. Juan Carlos Blanco breaks down the injury landscape heading into Week 6.

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.

Fanball Fantasy Football: Week 6 Value Picks

Sasha Yodashkin breaks down the Week 6 Fanball slate as Deshaun Watson looks to keep it rolling against the Browns.

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.

Exploiting the Matchups: Unleash the Beast

Facing a leaky Chargers run defense, Marshawn Lynch is poised for his first big game in a Raiders uniform. Check out all of Luke Hoover's picks and pans for Week 6.

NFL Injury Analysis: Giants’ Receiving Corps Decimated

Three of the New York Giants receivers are out for the season, as Odell Beckham fractured his fibula, Brandon Marshall sustained an ankle injury, and Dwayne Harris suffered a fifth metatarsal break.

Beating the Book: Chris Liss Handicaps Week 6

Chris especially likes Jerick McKinnon and the Vikings getting 3.5 points at home against the Packers.

Film Review: Fournette Arrives

After a first month where his fantasy value was mostly the result of high usage volume, Leonard Fournette broke out for his first explosive game in Jacksonville's upset over Pittsburgh.

Weekly Rankings: Week 6 Value Meter

In a year where wide receiver production has been sporadic at best, Michael Thomas is a blue-chip stock. He gets a home game against Detroit this week.

NFL Waiver Wire: Week 6 Pickups

Kevin Payne analyzes the top options on the waiver wire this week as Roger Lewis looks to take on a major role in the Giants' passing game after injuries decimated the receiving corps.

East Coast Offense: Is Eli Manning Done?

Taking a look at Eli Manning's numbers with and without Odell Beckham in the lineup. Warning - the without Beckham numbers are NSFW.

Week 5 Reactions: Is This The End?

The Steelers were throttled by the Jaguars in Pittsburgh on Sunday, and many are wondering if they're witnessing the end of Ben Roethlisberger, who was picked off five times in the 30-9 loss.

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.

Game Capsules: Breaking Down Monday Night

Erik Siegrist previews Monday Night Football as Mitchell Trubisky makes his NFL debut for the Bears against the NFC North rival Vikings.

DFS Football 101: Q&A with DK's World Championship Qualifier

Michael Rathburn interviews the big winner in DraftKings' World Championship Qualifier. How did he win? Who did he play? Find out that and more.

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 Injury Analysis: Back Fracture Sidelines Carr

Jeff Stotts explains Oakland’s Derek Carr’s lower back injury that will keep him off the field for two to six weeks.

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.

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.

DraftKings Fantasy Football: Week 4 Value Plays

A stack featuring Ezekiel Elliott and the Dallas defense makes a whole lot of sense if you don't think the Rams are for real.