Jim Coventry likes Deone Bucannon and the rest of the Cardinals Linebackers against the Seahawks, who no doubt will be committed to running the football in the last game of the regular season.
The Titans have given up the third-most fantasy points to LBs over the last five weeks, so play Zach Brown and the rest of the Redskins linebackers with confidence, says Jim Coventry.
Jimmy Smith and the Ravens defensive backs should be able to amass solid tackle totals against a pressured Jameis Winston.
It’s likely Baltimore will have to throw more often than they’re comfortable with, so there’s an opportunity for Justin Houston and the rest of the Chiefs’ pass rushers to have one of their better performances of the season.
Jim Coventry expects J.J. Watt and Houston’s defense to collect some solid sack numbers against Cleveland this week.
Jim Coventry says that the Ravens are a top-10 sack unit and should have no problem grabbing a few from the Raiders, who have allowed at least four sacks in three games this season.
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.
Eagles pass rushers Fletcher Cox, et al. should have a big game against a Cowboys offensive unit that will probably have to throw more often than they’d like.
Jim Coventry suggests keeping an eye on Washington’s oft underrated pass rushers, including Ryan Kerrigan, against Matt Ryan and the Falcons.
Jim Coventry says the Jets’ rushing attack is unlikely to have much success on the road against Khalil Mack and the rest of an outstanding Chicago front-seven.
Jim Coventry expects Jacksonville to go with a run-heavy approach, making Whitney Mercilus and the rest of the Texans linebackers upgraded fantasy options this week.
Jim Coventry analyzes the best IDP matchups for the week, including Jacksonville's Calais Campbell, who could have a big game against the Cowboys.
Jim Coventry notes that Detroit is obsessed with passing the football, which projects for a busy day for safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and the rest of Green Bay’s defensive backs.
Jim Coventry notes the Seahawks struggle to protect Russell Wilson, and the Cardinals likely will try to dial up the pressure, which should help Markus Golden and Chandler Jones notch a few sacks.
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.
Jim Coventry says that playing on their home field should put the Saints in position to make the Browns one-dimensional on offense, which should help Trey Hendrickson have a productive performance as a pass rusher.
Jim Coventry expects the Panthers, whose offensive line has been decimated by injuries, to have its hands full with DeMarcus Lawrence and the rest of Dallas’ defensive line.
Just in time to kick off the regular season, Jim Coventry looks at the list of defenders who will definitely miss games, as well as players who could possibly miss time.
Jim Coventry uses Las Vegas betting lines to come up with teams that could offer attractive targets for IDP streaming like the Saints’ Trey Hendrickson.
Jim Coventry looks at ADP data to find values for individual defensive players in your draft including Vikings defensive lineman Danielle Hunter.
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.
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.
Jim Coventry continues with his list of players whom he thinks will either rebound or breakout. On his radar is Chicago safety Eddie Jackson, who’s part of an underrated Bears defensive unit.
Jim Coventry examines players who are in line to outproduce their expectations, this week focusing on outside linebackers including Steeler T.J. Watt.
Jim Coventry examines players who could be in line to exceed expectations and provide value on draft day, including the Falcons’ Vic Beasley, who should bounce back from his five-sack 2017 season.
Jim Coventry likes Everson Griffen to put a bow on his productive campaign with a strong performance against an overmatched Bears team.
Jim Coventry recognizes the Packers' Ha Ha Clinton-Dix as a player who could be in for a big day in Week 16.
Jim Coventry is looking for a pair of Vikings defensive linemen to exploit an overmatched Bengals offensive line.
Jim Coventry sees plenty of opportunity for Ezekiel Ansah to thrive against a Tampa Bay offensive line that could be without two regular starters.
Jim Coventry is looking for a well-rested Melvin Ingram to make his presence felt against a turnover-prone Browns offense.