Chris Liss has the Ravens' Lamar Jackson as the No. 7 QB on his board due in large part to Jackson's rushing skills.
A real man takes Patrick Mahomes in Round 1 and accepts massive sidebets from the Le'Veon Bell and Leonard Fournette owners before drafting the Bears Defense in Round 2.
If you don't have a superstar, and an elite prospect like Baker Mayfield is unavailable, go with a rental.
Chris Liss argues for the importance of the running game in general and individual star running backs in particular.
Chris Liss makes the case against Frank Gore's Hall of Fame candidacy and discusses his process for choosing best bets against the spread.
Is Davante Adams merely good, or is he one of the NFL's best receivers?
Chris Liss thought it laughable that Christian McCaffrey crept into the first-round late in draft season.
Ultimate compiler Frank Gore passed Barry Sanders to move into sixth place on the all-time yards from scrimmage list.
Andrew Luck is on pace for 46 TD passes this year - where would that put him on the all-time list?
Star QBs like Drew Brees are powering the league's elite teams, but it's never been easier to play quarterback in the NFL.
Chris Liss argues Barkley is already the best back in the NFL and worth the No. 2 pick given the particular quarterbacks available.
Was drafting Leonard Fournette in the first round an unforced error or simply bad luck?
Unable to find a photo of Equanimeous St. Brown, Chris Liss opts for Mitchell Trubisky who threw six TD passes.
Chris Liss is dubious the Giants will regret taking Saquon Barkley ahead of Sam Darnold in this year's draft.
Rams QB Jared Goff threw for 354 yards in a game where the opposing team failed to score.
Arbitrary roughing-the-passer calls like the ones against Carlos Dunlap Sunday are adding even more variance into the game and increasing the risk that outcomes are not decided on the field.
Chris Liss likes Leonard Fournette to have a monster year now that he's healthy and in better shape.
It's 2003 all over again - versatile workhorse running backs line up to be the difference-makers in fantasy football.
With several top quarterbacks, including Houston's Deshaun Watson, coming back from injuries, the position is a challenge to rank.
A Real Man isn't afraid to take Jalen Ramsey and the Jaguars Defense in the first round and offer sidebets like nobody's business.
Chris Liss sat Jamaal Williams for Jimmy Graham in the NFFC $100K RotoWire Online Championship playoffs and is not pleased with himself.
Chris Liss questions the reaction to Eli Manning's benching and subsequent rationale for restoring his starting job.
If your team is likely to make the playoffs, use your waiver pickups this week to address problems in Weeks 14-16. Tyrod Taylor, likely available in many leagues, faces the Colts, Dolphins and Patriots.
Why betting the current streak (like the Giants allowing TDs to tight ends) isn't always a wise move.
Chris Liss offers ideas for sports betting, says Todd Gurley is the No. 1 overall fantasy player and wonders why on earth Roger Goodell is asking for health insurance in his latest contract proposal.
Chris Liss illustrates his point via an exchange with a Twitter troll and also asks who we should rank at No. 4 overall for the rest of the year?
Chris Liss parses Judge Failia's ruling, discusses the Jimmy Garoppolo trade and marvels at what Deshaun Watson was able to do in Seattle.
Tom Brady is living up to his billing, but many other name-brand quarterbacks are giving way to surprising upstarts like Jared Goff, Deshaun Watson and Alex Smith
While players like Julio Jones and Michael Thomas aren't likely to come at significant discounts, Chris Liss offers a list of skilled targets that should be obtainable on the cheap.
Taking a look at Eli Manning's numbers with and without Odell Beckham in the lineup. Warning - the without Beckham numbers are NSFW.