All eyes are on Javonte Williams with his backfield mate banged up, and RotoWire's Jerry Donabedian believes the rookie needs to be started even if Melvin Gordon ends up playing this Sunday.
Russell Wilson and the Seahawks have one last chance to right the ship and stay in the NFC wild-card race, facing a Washington team that's missing its top two pass rushers.
Jaylen Waddle gets QB Tua Tagovailoa back in the lineup just in time for a matchup with the Jets.
Marvin Jones hasn't done much since DJ Chark went down for the year, but RotoWire's Jerry Donabedian expects that to change this Sunday against the Colts.
Jim Coventry analyzes players to start and sit for Week 9.
Jerry Donabedian believes Darrel Williams needs to be in starting lineups this week, even with only two NFL teams on bye.
Cordarrelle Patterson has produced all the highlights this year, but Mike Davis should also be productive for the Falcons this week.
Joe Burrow and the Bengals offense should take a bit out of their cat cousins in Detroit this weekend, potentially supporting productive outings for all three wide receivers.
RotoWire's Jerry Donabedian foresees a big week for Leonard Fournette, even if Giovani Bernard returns from a knee injury to take back Tampa's third-down snaps.
The Bucs defense is no joke, but New England's Jakobi Meyers should push for double-digit targets against a banged-up secondary Sunday night.
Detroit's secondary has gone from bad to worse, setting up Marquise Brown for another big week in what's rapidly shaping up as his breakout season.
The Packers should rebound in a big way Monday night, scoring enough points to support productive days from secondary weapons like Marquez Valdes-Scantling and AJ Dillon.
Raheem Mostert won't necessarily hold up throughout the year, but he should thrive in his Week 1 matchup on the turf in Detroit.
The Bucs beat up on Aaron Rodgers back in October, but the MVP should have the upper hand in Sunday's rematch.
The Chiefs are a formidable opponent, but not because of their run defense. Can the Browns pull off an upset if Nick Chubb has a big game?
The Titans may seem to have Lamar Jackson's number, but their recent performance on defense suggests the young QB will have the upper hand this time around.
Jerry Donabedian sorts through the Week 17 puzzle and thinks Kareem Hunt could put up big numbers against a Steelers defense likely to rest its stars ahead of the playoffs.
Jerry Donabedian gives his Upgrades and Downgrades for Week 16, including a thumbs up for J.K. Dobbins against a bad Giants team.
The injury-ravaged San Francisco offense figures to run through Jeff Wilson and Brandon Aiyuk in Week 15.
Gaining steam in recent weeks, Jonathan Taylor now lands on a collision course with the woeful Raiders defense.
Raheem Mostert worked in a committee last week, but he could be fully unleashed this weekend as the 49ers try to keep pace in the NFC wild-card race.
DJ Chark should be able to overcome poor QB play this week, playing at home against a banged-up Cleveland defense that's missing Denzel Ward and Myles Garrett.
Ben Roethlisberger has been carrying Pittsburgh's offense without much help from the run game, and he should have another big day against an inexperienced Jaguars defense.
Jared Goff has done more for the Rams than he has for fantasy managers, but this could be the week when he finally puts it all together in terms of both volume and efficiency.
Justin Jackson may be stuck in a timeshare, but he's averaging 12.3 carries as a starter and could see even more than that against a subpar Raiders defense.
With Jordan Wilkins no longer poaching carries and the Lions run defense looking toothless, Jonathan Taylor could have his long-awaited breakout game this Sunday.
Kenyan Drake is in danger of crashing back down to earth in Week 7, while Antonio Gibson gets his shot to run all over the feeble Dallas defense.
Sammy Watkins' hamstring injury frees up a regular spot in the Chiefs offense for Mecole Hardman, just in time for a likely shootout with the Bills and their banged-up secondary.
Evan Engram already has volume working in his favor, and he'll get his first favorable matchup of the season when the Giants travel to Dallas in Week 5.
Steady but unspectacular so far, DeVante Parker now lands in a blow-up spot against the injury-riddled Seattle secondary.