Do you pay for Gronk or not?
Tom Brady and the Patriots endured a tumultuous off week, but then was given the gift of the Titans upsetting the Chiefs in KC. See where he and everyone else rates in this week's Value Meter.
Todd Gurley won his owners many fantasy leagues in the regular season, and he's the chalk play for this round of the playoffs.
Blake Bortles has been a fantasy playoffs hero, but will he play much in Week 17? Jacksonville, Kansas City, the L.A. Rams and Philly all are candidates to rest their regulars. Check out Jeff Erickson's rankings.
Ezekiel Elliott returns this week - where does he rank on the Week 16 Value Meter? Check out that and all of Jeff Erickson's weekly rankings.
All the Thielen puns have already been made, but he and the Vikings have a great matchup this week against the banged-up Bengals.
What will Josh Gordon do in his second game back, this time at home in what projects to be a friendlier matchup?
Alvin Kamara continues to tear it up each week - he's third in this week's Flex Rankings. Check out all of Jeff Erickson's rankings for Week 13.
Russell Wilson may be running for his life each week, but he's also running wild behind his makeshift offensive line. He has a favorable matchup against the Niners this week.
Can Melvin Gordon bounce back from last week's awful showing against Jacksonville in a good-on-paper matchup against the Bills? Check out all of Jeff Erickson's Week 11 Rankings.
Robby Anderson and the Jets get to face the woeful Tampa Bay defense this week. Check out all of Jeff Erickson's Week 10 rankings.
Jay Ajayi's celebrations were increasingly rare with the Dolphins this season - will that change now that he has joined the Eagles?
Carson Wentz and the Eagles have the highest projected score line for the week. See where he ranks in Jeff Erickson's rankings.
Ezekiel Elliott beat the rap for at least the next two weeks, shuffling our rankings up with a great matchup this week. Check out all of Jeff Erickson's rankings for Week 7.
In a year where wide receiver production has been sporadic at best, Michael Thomas is a blue-chip stock. He gets a home game against Detroit this week.
Is Todd Gurley among the small circle of players who are matchup-proof? This week's matchup against the Seahawks will test him. Check out all of Jeff Erickson's Week 5 rankings.
After another disappointing week, should fantasy owners bury Terrelle Pryor? Jeff Erickson has the answer to that and more in this week's Value Meter.
Cam Newton might be the toughest call to make this week, given his relatively poor returns so far, but he has a plus home matchup against the Saints. Check out all of Jeff Erickson's Week 3 rankings.
The Patriots and the Saints should engage in a shootout Sunday, curing a lot of fantasy ailments in the process. Check out all of Jeff Erickson's Week 2 rankings here.
Without Andrew Luck against the Rams, T.Y. Hilton's weekly ranking takes a pretty big hit in Week 1.
Julio Jones and the Falcons have lived up to expectations in their first two playoff games. Can they do the same on a neutral field at the Super Bowl?
How high will the Packers and Falcons go?
The top four seeds are back in action after getting the bye last week. See where they slot in this week's rankings.
The running backs behind Lev Bell are incredibly sparse this week. Lamar Miller might have been a disappointment this year and has missed the last two games, but could be the #2 back.
We'll do our best to sort out the morass that is the projected playing time picture this week. The Steelers are candidates to bench all of their significant starters this week.
Championship Week! After what appeared to be two dreadful quarterback weeks, the matchups appear to look better this week.
The quarterback rankings are a potential quagmire again, with many of the top options facing great defenses and/or weather concerns.
Bye weeks are over, and in many cases the playoffs are starting. Will Mike Evans bounce back this week with a nice home matchup against the Saints?
Last week there were too many cooks in New Orleans' fine restaurants, leaving not enough room for Brandin Cooks to dine. Will that change this week against Detroit?
No A.J. Green and no Giovani Bernard means no fun for Andy Dalton. That and the rest of Jeff Erickson's Week 12 Rankings are in this week's Value Meter.