Liss & Jeff debate the better option in Atlanta's backfield, plus should we expect a Week 7 shootout with the Saints at Baltimore?
The Staff likes Blake Bortles and the Jaguars as 4.5-point home favorites against the Texans.
If you've used up the Rams and Chargers, Chris Liss likes Calais Campbell and the Jaguars at home against the Texans.
Sasha Yodashkin surveys the Sunday slate for Week 7 and thinks Adam Thielen should continue being marvelous on the road against the Jets.
Chris likes Jalen Ramsey and the Jaguars as 4.5-point home favorites over the Texans.
Eli Manning and the Giants are really putting the 'start any QB against the Falcons' theory to the test this week.
Jeff Stotts explains Bills rookie quarterback Josh Allen’s elbow injury, which will keep him from playing Sunday and possibly longer.
Liss vents to Jeff his frustrations over the Giants standing by Eli Manning for too long.
Juan Carlos Blanco charts the rising and falling fantasy values of key players after Week 6 and has been impressed by Sony Michel's emergence for New England.
A home game against Buffalo makes the Colts our top Week 7 steaming pick, but the Broncos and Cardinals are also strong options in what should be a sloppy matchup.
Kevin Payne analyzes the top free-agent pickups for Week 7, including Baker Mayfield, who is the top QB streaming option of the week with four teams on bye.
Chris Liss argues Barkley is already the best back in the NFL and worth the No. 2 pick given the particular quarterbacks available.
Jim Coventry expects Jacksonville to go with a run-heavy approach, making Whitney Mercilus and the rest of the Texans linebackers upgraded fantasy options this week.
Tevin Coleman might find success as a lead runner in the NFL eventually, but in the past month he's consistently lost ground to rookie fourth-round pick Ito Smith.
Liss & Jeff express their concerns over Evans' value after Jameis Winston spread the ball around in Week 6.
Two weeks after a stirring overtime victory and one of the best games of his career, Marcus Mariota and the Titans have sunk even lower than before that brief reprieve.
Juan Carlos Blanco guides you through another injury report dotted with key names in Week 6, sorting out who's trending toward playing or sitting as of early Sunday morning.
Michael Rathburn picks Week 6 in the NFL as the Matt Ryan and the Falcons are ready for a shootout with the Buccaneers.
Heading into Sunday's Tampa Bay at Atlanta match-up, are there Falcons we should fade despite the 57 point overunder?
Kevin Payne likes Seahawks running back Chris Carson in a great matchup with the Raiders, who are giving up 4.9 yards per carry so far this season.
The Bucs-Falcons game is loaded with value to an extent that outweighs any concerns about high ownership.
Liss lectures Jeff on how to manage the bottom of your fantasy football roster.
Erik Siegrist previews the Monday night matchup as Aaron Rodgers leads the Packers against the 49ers in a Battle of the Bays.
The returning Jameis Winston looks like a strong play coming off the Buccaneers' bye. Who else does Luke Hoover recommend to click or bench in Week 6?
Davis Mattek checks out which wide receivers have favorable matchups in Week 6 and expects Odell Beckham to post big numbers if he sees too much of shaky Eagles corner Jalen Mills.
The Bengals-Steelers game carries one of the highest over/unders for the week, but Cincinnati is historically one of Ben Roethlisberger's toughest opponents.
The Staff likes Matt Ryan and the Falcons laying only three and a half at home against the visiting Buccaneers.
Jeff sees Sutton breaking out in Denver, but Liss isn't so sure.
Jim Coventry analyzes the best IDP matchups for the week, including Jacksonville's Calais Campbell, who could have a big game against the Cowboys.
Sasha Yodashkin looks over Sunday's slate and thinks Jameis Winston's first start of the year should go swimmingly against a vulnerable Falcons defense.