Devin Funchess is still probably a good prospect at wide receiver, but Curtis Samuel and D.J. Moore threaten to make him irrelevant all the same.
The Cowboys can't stop winning ever since Amari Cooper escaped the Black Lodge that is the Oakland Raiders organization.
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.
DVR and Mario discuss whether or not Deshaun Watson is a good cash game play in Week 14.
Marcus Mariota has played valiantly through injury and poor offensive line play, but his WRs might struggle against the Jacksonville corners.
Gus Edwards was a late-season lifeline for those who added him a few weeks ago, but the return of Kenneth Dixon from IR could complicate the formula for Edwards.
There might not be much hope in 2018 with his career otherwise at a crossroads, but the firing of Mike McCarthy might set Aaron Rodgers free in 2019.
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.
Corey Clement still lurks in the background after playing well off the bench Sunday, but Adams has all the momentum after a 22-carry effort.
Baker Mayfield headlined the show with his dismantling of the Bengals, but Lamar Jackson and Josh Allen gave their teams' fanbases cause for excitement, too.
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.
Demaryius Thomas was expected to see a substantial workload after Houston acquired him for a fourth-round pick, but rookie Keke Coutee appears Houston's WR2 for now.
The Saints wrapped up Carson Wentz on Sunday and wrapped up Philadelphia's playoff hopes with him in one of the most memorable letdown games of recent history.
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.
Mario & DVR debate the advantages of taking James Conner for Daily Fantasy in Week 11.
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.
Eric Ebron put forth an improbable but dominant showing against the Jaguars on Sunday as Indianapolis' third TE. Is this enough to earn him a promotion?
Placing Russell Wilson on Timeout until the fourth quarter is a bold strategy. Let's see if it pays off for Brian Schottenheimer.
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.
Ryan Fitzpatrick was supposed to be good for DeSean Jackson and bad for Adam Humphries, but Humphries had the big game Sunday. Expect that to be a one-time deal.
Patrick Mahomes yawned his way through another dominant performance Sunday, and we need not overthink who the league's best player is in 2018. Give him the MVP now.
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.
There was ambiguity about how the Colts would handle their tight end rotation after Eric Ebron emerged while Jack Doyle sat with a hip injury, but Sunday's game against Oakland cleared everything up.
Aaron Rodgers and the Packers appeared to be on the path to a magical upset early in Sunday's game against the Rams. You should have known not to believe in fairy tales.
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.
After two strong seasons to open his NFL career, Amari Cooper infuriated his fantasy owners with inconsistency the last two years. Will we get the Good Coop or Bad Coop in Dallas?
Carson Wentz has played very well since returning from his ACL tear, but at 3-4 the Eagles are still on the verge of seeing their 2018 ambitions slip away.