No team has changed less in recent decades than the Pittsburgh Steelers, whose scheme has fared remarkably poorly against Tom Brady.
Philip Rivers has historically struggled against the Chiefs, but the spotlight is bigger than ever with the division on the line and his two top running backs likely out.
Going to Arrowhead Stadium for his second road start, Lamar Jackson's play will go a long way in determining the game script for Pat Mahomes and the Chiefs.
Marcus Mariota has played valiantly through injury and poor offensive line play, but his WRs might struggle against the Jacksonville corners.
If you're looking to pivot away from the chalk at running back in tournaments this week, you won't find a better rate of talent to dollars than Dalvin Cook.
Cole Beasley is an affordable consideration in single-game slates, and as seven-point underdogs the Cowboys might call on him often in a catch-up script.
Held to just 90 yards and a touchdown on his last 28 carries, look for Marlon Mack to go back over triple-digit yardage against Miami.
Michael Thomas carries an enormous projection as the Saints face a battered Eagles secondary in New Orleans, but Odell Beckham against Tampa could be just as explosive.
With Chris Carson back in the starting lineup against a beat up Green Bay defense, the runner figures to be the good kind of chalk on single-game slates.
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.
Playing at home and with his YPT uncharacteristically lagging, Antonio Brown is the favorite over an ascending Carolina corner rotation.
Business has slowed a bit lately for Michael Thomas, but the arrival of the Rams presents an urgent need and a prime opportunity for the wideout to bounce back.
Derek Carr might be a jalopy as far as quarterbacks go, but on Thursday single-game slates he'll get you from Point A to Point B.
Andy Dalton reminded us last week of his ability to tank the entire Cincinnati offense, but not even he can derail the Bengals against Tampa Bay.
Jarvis Landry has experienced uncharacteristic struggles in recent weeks, but the springboard that is the Tampa Bay pass defense should get him back in the game.
The Bengals-Steelers game carries one of the highest over/unders for the week, but Cincinnati is historically one of Ben Roethlisberger's toughest opponents.
James Conner has faded from the collective fantasy football consciousness after three disappointing games, but he's in a spot this week recapture some of his Week 1 glory.
With Evan Engram out with an MCL injury, the target count for Sterling Shepard is set to spike upward in a potential shootout setting.
Kareem Hunt somehow has just two targets in the first two weeks, but look for him to regain his standard form at home against the 49ers.
After conquering the West Coast in his 2018 debut, Patrick Mahomes takes the Chiefs to a more hostile Pittsburgh venue in Week 2.
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