The Chiefs are the chalk, and at only 33-percent ownership, there's no great opportunity cost in using them.
Chris Liss is fading Josh Allen and the 55-percent-owned Bills in the week's easiest matchup.
Make sure Cam Newton is playing, but if so, take the Patriots and fade the 44-percent owned Dolphins this week.
Chris Liss is fading Dak Prescott and the 26-percent owned Cowboys this week.
Chris Liss likes Lamar Jackson and the Ravens on the road against the Football Team, given the Rams 55 percent ownership.
Chris Liss is fading the 46-percent-owned Colts and backing the four-percent-owned Pats in a pot-odds play.
Chris Liss is taking Derrick Henry and the Titans home against the Jaguars in Week 2
Chris Liss is taking T.Y. Hilton and the Colts on the road in Jacksonville.
Marlon Mack and the Colts in Jacksonville could be an option if the pickings are slim.
Von Miller and the Broncos, home against the Lions, could be a viable option in Week 16.
Derek Carr and the Raiders have been awful of late, but they have a favorable match-up home against the Jaguars in their last game at the Oakland Coliseum.
Chris Liss doesn't trust Baker Mayfield and the Browns this week, but at this point in the year, you might not have a better option.
If the Christian McCaffrey and the Panthers are likely to be more than 50 percent owned in your pool, fade them, so long as you have a team that's at least 70 percent likely to win.
Whether you fade Baker Mayfield and the Browns this week depends on how many of your pool-mates are likely to use them.
Chris likes Lamar Jackson and the Ravens in Cincinnati this week, especially given their low ownership.
If you don't have the Patriots available, James Conner and the Steelers are a good value with less than 23-percent ownership.
Chris Liss likes George Kittle and the 49ers as a "pot odds" play with the Bills seeing nearly 70 percent ownership this week.
If you've used the Patriots, the next best pick is Lamar Jackson and the Ravens hosting the Bengals.
If you've already used the Patriots, Pat Mahomes and the Chiefs look like the "pot odds" play this week.
Chris Liss likes the Philip Rivers and the Chargers at Miami ever-so-slightly over the Rams at home against the Buccaneers.
Chris Liss likes the modestly-used Patriots at home against the Jets, but if you used them last week, the Cowboys make for a strong second choice at home against the Dolphins.
Sometimes the obvious is the right call. Backing Tom Brady and the Patriots at Miami in Week 2.
Backing Carson Wentz and the Eagles at home against the Redskins narrowly over the Seahawks hosting the Bengals.
Saquon Barkley and the Giants, home against a Cowboys squad that's locked into the No,. 4 seed, are an option this week if pickings are slim.
Expect a lot of people to be on Marcus Mariota and the Titans, who draw the Redskins at home this week.
Matt Ryan and the Falcons are a good option at home against the Cardinals, but make sure most of the remaining owners in your pool aren't likely to use them too.
Chris Liss analyzes all 16 favorites as your choices are probably limited if you've made it this far.
A healthy Marcus Mariota and the Titans, home against the Jets, are a decent choice if the double-digit favorites are unavailable to you.
Chris likes Terrell Suggs and the Ravens hosting the Raiders this week.
Chris Liss likes Philip Rivers and the Chargers at home against the Broncos this week.