Chris Liss likes Philip Rivers and the Chargers at home against the Broncos this week.
Chris likes a lot of games this week, including Carson Wentz and the Eagles getting a whopping 8.5 points in New Orleans.
Luckily for fantasy owners the Rams-Chiefs game has been moved to Los Angeles, so we'll have full use of all the great options, such as the Chiefs' Tyreek Hill.
Jeff Stotts describes the three different shoulder injuries that have affected top offensive Miami contributors DeVante Parker, Kenyan Drake and Ryan Tannehill.
Juan Carlos Blanco checks out whose fantasy fortunes are waxing and waning after Week 10 and is impressed by the turnaround from Marcus Mariota in Tennessee.
Jim Coventry expects J.J. Watt and the rest of Houston’s pass rushers to have a big game against Alex Smith and a decimated Redskins offensive line.
Liss & Jeff debate whether Matt Barkley earned more playing time after his big win over the Jets.
Kevin Payne looks at the top waiver-wire pickups for Week 11, including Buffalo wide receiver Zay Jones, who finally has a competent quarterback.
Following a surprisingly competitive performance in Kansas City last week, Chandler Jones and the Cardinals are rewarded with a cupcake matchup against the tanking Raiders in Week 11.
Chris Liss thought it laughable that Christian McCaffrey crept into the first-round late in draft season.
Liss vents to Jeff about the Rams' end of game approach during Week 10. And now Kupp is out.
Eric Ebron put forth an improbable but dominant showing against the Jaguars on Sunday as Indianapolis' third TE. Is this enough to earn him a promotion?
Placing Russell Wilson on Timeout until the fourth quarter is a bold strategy. Let's see if it pays off for Brian Schottenheimer.
Juan Carlos Blanco guides you through a Week 10 injury report bursting at the seams with notable names, including some who are trending in the right direction.
Doug Baldwin's prices are staying low in DFS, but he's off the injury report as he heads into a catch-up scenario against the struggling Rams secondary.
Squaring off with his former team, Dion Lewis tops the Week 10 value list after dominating backfield work in Monday's win over the Cowboys.
Kevin Payne highlights David Johnson’s value this week, as the running back has had an extra week of rest and should benefit from the switch to offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich.
Michael Rathburn picks the Week 10 DraftKings slate as Ryan Fitzpatrick looks to light up the Redskins.
Mark Ingram has been quiet lately for the Saints, but Luke Hoover thinks the running back will break loose against the Bengals in Week 10.
Liss & Jeff elaborate on the possible outcomes due to Le'Veon Bell's eventual return.
Playing at home and with his YPT uncharacteristically lagging, Antonio Brown is the favorite over an ascending Carolina corner rotation.
Davis Mattek highlights the receiver-corner battles worth paying attention to this week, including Josh Gordon matched up against Patriot castoff Malcolm Butler.
Erik Siegrist analyzes the Monday night matchup as the Giants head to San Francisco for a meeting with the 49ers.
The Staff likes Matthew Stafford and the Lions getting six and a half points in Chicago this week.
Now that Dez Bryant has signed with the Saints, Liss & Jeff debate his fantasy value.
Sasha Yodashkin reviews Sunday's slate and expects a well-rested Carson Wentz to pick apart the reeling Cowboys on his home turf.
Pat Mahomes and the Chiefs are the obvious play, but Chris Liss lists 10 choices for you in case you've used up the top teams.
Chris likes Alex Smith and the Redskins getting the full field goal on the road in Tampa Bay.
Melvin Gordon gets a juicy matchup on the road against the Raiders and tops the RB rankings in this week's Value Meter.
A.J. Green is expected to miss at least two weeks as he deals with a severe toe injury and could be a high-risk play once he returns.