While Cole Beasley is on pace for a 1,000-yard season, Brandon Aiyuk is a better waiver add if he's available, as teammate Deebo Samuel is expected to miss multiple games with a hamstring injury.
Chase Edmonds was already making an impact with his receiving ability, and he could now be looking at a three-down role while Kenyan Drake recovers from an ankle injury.
Another week, another big game for Travis Fulgham, who continues to take full advantage of his three-down role for the Eagles.
Jonathan Taylor didn't have the huge game many expected against the Bengals, but his increased usage on passing downs hints at RB1 upside for the second half of the season.
Wide receiver breakouts were the big story of Week 5, but not all were backed by the heavy usage that portends continued success. Chase Claypool, however, was rewarded with more playing time after halftime.
Myles Gaskin had a busy week in the red zone, including his first TD of 2020. He should be a reliable RB2 if the Dolphins continue to make Jordan Howard a healthy scratch. That, and more, in HSL Backfield...
Robert Tonyan has been a touchdown machine, but with a bye week coming up and Davante Adams likely available thereafter, Jerry Donabedian believes it's better to use waiver claims on young wide receivers.
David Montgomery never got going in a tough Week 4 matchup with the Colts, but his three-down usage hints at better days ahead.
It was a big week for rookie wide receivers, with Cincinnati's Tee Higgins and Minnesota's Justin Jefferson both enjoying breakout performances.
Jeff Wilson scored a pair of fourth-quarter TDs for the 49ers in Week 3, but it was Jerick McKinnon who dominated snaps and touches before the game got out of hand.
Diontae Johnson's strong start is backed by elite volume in terms of targets, routes and snaps, but that's not necessarily the case for every player who enjoyed a big Week 2, especially among tight ends.
The Eagles and Texans aren't looking so hot, but their Week 2 backfield distribution was highly promising for anyone who invested in Miles Sanders or David Johnson.
Darren Waller didn't score many fantasy points, but his Week 1 role erased any concerns pertaining to playing time and targets. Plus, a couple hidden gems emerge at tight end.
Jimmy Graham returning to fantasy relevance isn't something we expected, but it looks like a real possibility given his Week 1 usage. That, and much more, in Jerry Donabedian's Week 1 breakdown of WRs and TEs.
James Robinson didn't do a whole lot for fantasy managers, but he was the only player in the league to handle 100 percent of this team's RB carries. Plus, Myles Gaskin and Malcolm Brown took on lead roles.
Jerry Donabedian estimates Week 1 backfield usage for every team, expecting a large workload for James Conner and possibly a three-down role for Derrick Henry.
Jerry Donabedian explains some of the newer advanced metrics that have become popular with competitive fantasy players. Is Mecole Hardman's low targets-per-route-run mark a bad omen for 2020?
Jerry Donabedian breaks down all the action from Week 17, hoping to find an edge for DFS and dynasty leagues.
Jerry Donabedian does the quick version of his weekly recap, highlighting role changes and playoff scenarios that could impact fantasy decisions for Week 17.
Jerry Donabedian breaks down all the action for Week 15, focusing on late-season role changes that could impact the fantasy playoffs.
Jerry Donabedian sorts through the mess of an injury-plagued Week 14, highlighting Raheem Mostert as the big winner of the weekend.
Jerry Donabedian breaks down all the NFL action from Week 13, including Buffalo's continued success utilizing a no-huddle offense.
Jerry Donabedian breaks down all the NFL action from Week 12 and examines the massive impact Will Fuller has on the entire Texans offense.
Jerry Donabedian provides a detailed breakdown of Week 11, focusing on recent volume surges for Dallas Goedert and DeVante Parker, among others.
Jerry Donabedian breaks down all the games from Week 10, including a Cardinals-Bucs contest that was loaded with fantasy intrigue.
Jerry Donabedian breaks down every game from Week 9, noting how new Chargers offensive coordinator Shane Steichen put Melvin Gordon in good position for his first big game of the season.
Jerry Donabedian breaks down Week 8 from a usage standpoint, including a busy day for Christian Kirk in his first game back from an ankle injury.
Jerry Donabedian breaks down all 14 games from Week 7, highlighting Allen Robinson's dominance in an otherwise feeble passing game.
Jerry Donabedian recaps all 14 games from Week 6, highlighting increased usage for Hunter Henry and Mike Williams at the expense of Keenan Allen.
Jerry Donabedian breaks down all 15 games from Week 5, making note of legit No. 1 WR usage for Michael Gallup and Cooper Kupp, among others.