LeGarrette Blount and rookie second-round pick Kerryon Johnson are fighting for carries in Detroit, but the rookie is closing in.
This article looks at seven college players whose dynasty football potential might be overlooked at the moment, including Louisville wideout Jaylen Smith.
DVR & Mario debate whether or not Moore will be fantasy relevant in 2018.
The author has five fades to name in this hateful screed, including Carlos Hyde's presence in the sixth round of drafts.
Jeremy Hill looked all but done for following a disastrous 2017 in Cincinnati, but Sony Michel's knee issue could give Hill a bounce-back opportunity in 2018.
Corey Clement rose from his undrafted rookie status to crash the fantasy radar last year, and here are seven candidates to do the same thing in 2018, including one teammate of Clement's.
Mario & Thorn are shocked to hear RB-by-Committee talk coming out of Seattle.
DVR & Mario discuss Brandin Cooks' new situation with the Rams. Is he being undervalued?
With concerning injuries following wideouts like Doug Baldwin, Rishard Matthews, and Josh Doctson -- all prior favorites of the author -- it's time to consider some alternatives.
Mario is NOT high on Mr. Johnson, despite him being a second round pick.
After accumulating 163 touches in the final eight games of 2017, Jamaal Williams is making a case to remain Green Bay's starting runner.
Robby Anderson was one of fantasy football's breakout players in 2017, but the talented third-year wideout faces much more competition for targets in 2018.
Derek VanRiper and Mario Puig discuss if Marquise Goodwin and Pierre Garcon are currently being undervalued in 2018 fantasy drafts.
Mohamed Sanu is a steady presence for the Atlanta passing game, but first-round pick Calvin Ridley might be too talented to hold off.
Isaiah Crowell arrives to New York with 1,800 rushing yards to his credit over the last two years, but the rest of the Jets backfield will put up a fight.
Mario & DVR debate whether or not Fournette will improve in 2018.
DVR & Mario discuss the implications of the Brad Hand trade in both San Diego and Cleveland.
In the first of two installments previewing running back training camp battles, a three-man skirmish for Indianapolis stands as the headliner.
The Browns suddenly have a loaded backfield, but like the Saints in 2017, a star or two could emerge from the crowd over the course of the year.
We'll break down the most anticipated positional battles as training camp looms, beginning with Sam Bradford vs. Josh Rosen along with five other showdowns.
Jerick McKinnon might have more buzz around him than any other player in the fantasy football community, but the author can't keep up.
Dalvin Cook is an All-Pro and potentially All-Decade talent, but his recent injury history has the author skittish at the current ADP.
RotoWire's Mario Puig lays out the players who will make the most impact in their first NFL season, and it's no surprise who tops the list.
This article dissects one author's approach to the first round in NFL best ball leagues, with Antonio Brown at sixth overall singled out as the ideal starting point.
DeVante Parker has been a bitter disappointment so far, but he's cheap enough that it's worth betting on his breakout potential.
Even though the Browns selected Nick Chubb in the second round, some are still selecting Carlos Hyde as an RB2. Bad idea.
Sam Darnold should be on his way to Cleveland soon enough, but what happens from the second pick onward could be a whirlwind.
Mario Puig joins Chris Liss and Jeff Erickson on Sirius XM to discuss Saquon Barkley and other NFL Draft running back prospects.
Sammy Watkins has mostly been a disappointment in the NFL, but don't let bitterness toward the past obscure an obvious bargain in the present.
Learn along with the author as he dives into DRAFT's innovative DFS-snake draft hybrid games.