As Kelce, Ertz, and Kittle raise the bar at TE, it drags along lesser, risky tight ends like Eric Ebron into an inflated price range.
Only Le'Veon Bell saved David Johnson from the distinction of being last year's biggest bust in the first round, but he should roar back into form in 2019.
Mario & DVR debate whether or not Gronk should captain your Super Bowl DFS lineup.
The Senior Bowl practices have come and gone, and after a dominant week Deebo Samuel and Penny Hart are the biggest winners.
Anthony Johnson was highly productive the last two years for Buffalo, but the MAC prospect needs to show well to offset age concerns.
Senior Bowl week is here, and it's time to break down the dynasty prospects making their case to the NFL. Michigan's Karan Higdon leads the way at running back.
There's reason to believe the best-case scenario has already passed him, but Nyheim Hines owners can get a nice return for him before it becomes obvious.
Mario & DVR discuss Kyler Murrary's fantasy football dynasty league rookie draft ranking.
Dynasty rookie drafts aren't far away, and 2019 Best Ball drafts are even closer. Emanuel Hall is one imminent riser as a big-play WR.
The Georgia Bulldogs lost two underclassman wideouts to the 2019 draft in Riley Ridley (brother of Calvin) and Mecole Hardman, both of whom may prove polarizing for NFL decision makers and dynasty owners alike.
Five more major dynasty prospects declared for the draft since Wednesday, including potential first-round pick Marquise Brown.
DVR & Mario debate James Washington's dynasty value in Pittsburgh should Antonio Brown get traded.
Expectations for Minnesota only rose following their 13-3 season in 2017, but the first of Kirk Cousins' three-year, $84 million deal ended in disappointment.
DVR & Mario debate the merits of including Oakland's Jordy Nelson in your Week 17 DFS lineups.
Zach Zenner fell off the radar for a couple years, but the former South Dakota State standout has always played convincingly when given the opportunity.
The Colts began the year 1-5, but Andrew Luck's emphatic Comeback Player of the Year performance in an 8-1 run has them in playoff position.
DVR & Mario discuss if it's smart to stack Deshaun Watson and DeAndre Hopkins in Week 16.
Spencer Ware was set to take over the Kansas City backfield following the release of Kareem Hunt, but Ware's injuries opened the door for Damien Williams.
Tom Brady is still at least very good, but after leading the Patriots to just 10 points against Pittsburgh it's fair to wonder if the 41-year-old is no longer great.
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.
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.