The Staff likes Carson Wentz and the Eagles as 6.5-point home favorites against the Colts.
Kareem Hunt somehow has just two targets in the first two weeks, but look for him to regain his standard form at home against the 49ers.
Sasha Yodashkin surveys the Week 3 landscape and expects Matt Ryan to come out firing against a Saints defense that has looked terrible through two games.
Unless you believe the Vikings will be 76-percent used (or higher), you're better off taking the chalk.
Chris likes Blake Bortles and the Jaguars as 6.5-point home favorites against the offensively-challenged Titans.
So far, so good for Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs offense - and offenses playing against the Chiefs, too!
Jeff Stotts details the muscle cramping experienced by both Dalvin Cook and Todd Gurley in Week 2 and notes that both should be good to go for Week 3.
Juan Carlos Blanco digs into the risers and fallers after Week 2, including O.J. Howard and other key members of Tampa Bay's surprisingly potent passing game.
Liss & Jeff discuss whether we should be worried about Kareem Hunt's production through two weeks.
The Browns finally have the makings of a competent defense, led by Myles Garrett and Larry Ogunjobi. It all adds up to trouble for Sam Darnold and the Jets in Week 3.
Jim Coventry’s picking out the best IDP choices for the week and is going with Everson Griffen and the rest of the Vikings defensive line against the extremely porous Bills offensive line.
Rams QB Jared Goff threw for 354 yards in a game where the opposing team failed to score.
Kevin Payne analyzes the top waiver-wire adds for the week, including Jacksonville's Blake Bortles, who is coming off a big game Sunday.
Robby Anderson was the presumed WR1 with the Jets since last year's emergence, but Quincy Enunwa never said he could have his spot.
Liss & Jeff explain why Goff is a great fantasy play, despite the Rams' great defense.
Fitzmagic has flipped the league upside down, and amidst the sorcery Jameis Winston may have lost his starting job in Tampa Bay.
Juan Carlos Blanco guides you through a slew of injuries to prominent players in Week 2, providing the latest on prominent fantasy pieces such as Aaron Rodgers and Leonard Fournette.
Jeff Zimmerman analyzes what fantasy owners should expect from Le'Veon Bell when he finally ends his hold out. Hint: it's not good.
After conquering the West Coast in his 2018 debut, Patrick Mahomes takes the Chiefs to a more hostile Pittsburgh venue in Week 2.
Tevin Coleman is headed for a huge workload at a mid-level price, helping us fit a Chiefs-Steelers passing stack without sacrificing much at RB.
Michael Rathburn picks the Week 2 DraftKings slate, looking to capitalize on Jimmy Garoppolo's matchup with the Lions.
Jeff & Mario have a hard time resisting the Steelers versus that weak KC D.
Kevin Payne says that despite mediocre play in Week 1, Deshaun Watson could be a hidden gem this week playing against a lackluster Titans defense.
After naming the coveted A.J. Brown as overpriced last week, the series turns toward another sacred cow, running back Cam Akers of FSU.
Luke Hoover wants fantasy football players to trust Royce Freeman this week after his underwhelming Week 1 performance. Conditions should improve for him and several other names in Week 2.
Liss & Jeff debate the ROS value for Phillip Lindsay.
Davis Mattek looks at some surprising Week 1 trends and thinks Kenny Golladay might be poised for a breakout season in Detroit.
Erik Siegrist previews the Monday night game as the Mitchell Trubisky leads the Bears against a beat up Seahawks defense.
Liss & Jeff preview the upcoming Indy versus Washington matchup.
The Staff likes Odell Beckham and the Giants as three-point underdogs in Dallas this week.