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Film Review: 49ers On the Rise

With Jimmy Garoppolo stepping in at quarterback, the 49ers offense is ready to take off, and wideouts like Marquise Goodwin and Trent Taylor are set to benefit.

Film Review: No Hope for Mariota

Marcus Mariota's prospect profile remains promising on the whole, but the 2017 Titans are too dysfunctional to fix.

Film Review: An Unlikely Star

Adam Thielen may have been a little-known undrafted player out of Minnesota State, but he's making the case for top-five status at wide receiver.

Film Review: Fool's Gold

Brett Hundley had much better results against the Bears than he did against the Saints or Lions, but the tape didn't show a truly improved player.

Film Review: Better Late Than Never

Alshon Jeffery and Carson Wentz struggled to hit the same note earlier this year, but a breakout game against Denver portends a strong finish for Jeffery.

Film Review: Anderson Ascends

Although he was an undrafted rookie just last year, Robby Anderson has emerged as the Jets' WR1 and has shown promise in the role.

Film Review: Two Out of Three

Todd Gurley's sophomore season was a bust, but by dominating a tough Arizona defense he's reestablished himself as the elite runner he was his rookie year.

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.

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.

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

Film Review: Cook Ascending

Expectations were relatively high for Dalvin Cook this year, but his showing against Tampa Bay tells us he's at a level few foresaw.

Film Review: Allen Stays Hot

After a puzzling 2016 sophomore season where he nearly seemed on the outs from Baltimore, Javorius Allen has reestablished himself as a fantasy factor through the first two weeks of 2017.

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?