Jim Coventry looks at ADP data to find values for individual defensive players in your draft including Vikings defensive lineman Danielle Hunter.
DVR & Liss discuss whether or not Derrick Henry is being undervalued in 2018 fantasy drafts.
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.
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.
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.
Luckily world peace doesn't depend on Julio Jones catching a TD.
Liss decides to get crabby about the Stefon Diggs hype.
LeGarrette Blount and rookie second-round pick Kerryon Johnson are fighting for carries in Detroit, but the rookie is closing in.
Both Jerick McKinnon and Matt Breida suffered preseason injuries. Mckinnon was diagnosed with a low-grade calf strain, and his backup, Matt Breida, will miss the rest of the preseason with a shoulder sprain.
Liss and Jeff discuss the trouble with trying to figure out which Patriots running back will do well in fantasy in 2018.
DVR & Mario debate whether or not Moore will be fantasy relevant in 2018.
Michael Rathburn offers DFS tips as the season approaches. The time is now to start preparing.
Jim Coventry uses projected team win totals from Las Vegas casinos to help identify players who might have better sack and tackle totals throughout the course of the season, like Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen.
Liss & Jeff debate lowering Jones' draft value due to recent news.
Davis Mattek analyzes some key receiving situations around the league. Chris Hogan is the top wideout in New England, but what's behind him for the Patriots?
The author has five fades to name in this hateful screed, including Carlos Hyde's presence in the sixth round of drafts.
Liss & Jeff discuss whether Royce Freeman or Devontae Booker will dominate carries for the Broncos.
Juan Carlos Blanco reviews training-camp risers and fallers as the preseason begins in earnest and notes the growing hype around Colts RB Marlon Mack.
Which QBs got 250 yards rushing last year? Which secondaries were the toughest matchups for your wideouts? Who led the NFL in yards from scrimmage? See how well you know the player pool.
Kevin Payne spotlights players who should be owned in most leagues, or at least on the radar, including the Giants' Eli Manning, who has a chance for a bounce-back season.
Liss & Jeff debate whether Julian Edelman or Jarvis Landry have more value heading into the 2018 season.
Jeremy Hill looked all but done for following a disastrous 2017 in Cincinnati, but Sony Michel's knee issue could give Hill a bounce-back opportunity in 2018.
Seattle wide receiver Doug Baldwin has been out of practice since July 27, and Jeff Stotts notes that the team’s vagueness with the injury makes investing in him precarious.
Liss & DVR debate whether Smith-Schuster deserves his current ADP.
RotoWire President Peter Schoenke analyzes how to approach fantasy football drafts with passing yards on the decline.
Corey Clement rose from his undrafted rookie status to crash the fantasy radar last year, and here are seven candidates to do the same thing in 2018, including one teammate of Clement's.
Mario & Thorn are shocked to hear RB-by-Committee talk coming out of Seattle.
This week, Jim Coventry covers defensive players who could or will miss time this season, including training camp holdout Aaron Donald, who’s angling for a new deal with the Rams.
Jeff Zimmerman analyzes which metrics from the NFL Combine portend success for wide receivers. Tuns out, bigger is better. What's that mean for Panthers rookie D.J. Moore?