Jerry Donabedian tackles the Redskins' transition from Kirk Cousins to Alex Smith and their deluge of injuries in recent seasons.
Jerry Donabedian hunts for players who could break out this season and pay off big for fantasy owners, including Indianapolis running back Marlon Mack.
Jerry Donabedian analyzes this year's most important coaching changes for fantasy owners, including a new era in Chicago that should help Mitchell Trubisky.
Jerry Donabedian analyzes an impact class of player moves after a revival of the trade market created the most interesting offseason season in recent memory.
Jerry Donabedian analyzes last season's offensive downturn, which was largely a product of poor quarterback play, and what it means for 2018.
The Rams' decision to rest starters makes Carlos Hyde and the San Francisco defense appealing, which in turn frees up plenty of salary for Julio Jones, A.J. Green and T.Y. Hilton.
The Lions shouldn't have much trouble disposing of Brett Hundley as two long-time rivals close out disappointing seasons.
With Austin Ekeler suffering a broken hand, Melvin Gordon stands to benefit from extra chances in the passing game, in addition to handling his usual heavy workload on the ground.
Josh Norman and the Redskins will tee off on either Paxton Lynch or Brock Osweiler, after taking care of business against Blaine Gabbert on Sunday.
Samaje Perine can be combined with the Redskins defense for a cheap stack that could pay off big against Blaine Gabbert and the Cardinals.
With Josh McCown out for the season, the Saints figure to feast on Bryce Petty in the Superdome this weekend.
Giovani Bernard is a lock in one RB spot, leaving plenty of room for a LeSean McCoy + Bills D/ST stack without compromising at QB, WR or TE.
The sickly Bills get some much-needed medicine in the form of Jacoby Brissett, who leads the NFL in sack rate and total sacks.
Demaryius Thomas and DeVante Parker have been frustrating this season, but reduced price tags make them attractive DFS options with Jay Cutler and Trevor Siemian returning to starting roles.
Josh Gordon's return may get the headlines, but the Cleveland offense still won't stand much of a chance against Joey Bosa, Melvin Ingram and Casey Hayward.
Russell Wilson and Carlos Hyde will need to carry their respective offenses in Sunday's meeting between the Seahawks and Niners.
Golden Tate should provide plenty to be thankful for in a closely contested NFC North battle.
Vontaze Burfict and the Bengals get a prime matchup for the second straight week, this time playing host to the hapless Browns.
It's a tough week for picking RBs, but the glut of favorably priced slot receivers allows plenty of room for a Brady-Gronkowski-Cooper stack.
The Arizona defense isn't anything special this season, but it really doesn't need to be in Week 11 against Tom Savage.
If you buy into the idea of a Rams blowout victory, why not stack Todd Gurley with his team's defense?
The Lions are the obvious preference for a matchup with Cleveland, but Detroit is already owned in a lot of leagues, while the Titans and Bears are still widely available.
The Dak-Dez stack is a top play for the second time in three weeks.
Patrick Peterson leads a well-rested Arizona defense out of a bye week to take on mistake-prone rookie C.J. Beathard in what could be his final start.
Joe Mixon and the Cincinnati defense make for an ideal combination against the struggling Colts.
The Cincinnati defense shouldn't have much trouble against a struggling Indianapolis offense.
A matchup between the Niners and Cowboys is home to some of the best matchups on an otherwise tricky slate.
An underrated Buffalo defense spells trouble for the Buccaneers, particularly if Jameis Winston isn't healthy.
Mark Ingram could jump from solid to spectacular now that Adrian Peterson isn't around to steal a handful of carries per game.
With Vic Beasley potentially returning from a hamstring injury, the Atlanta defense should overwhelm Jay Cutler and the struggling Miami offense.