Jerry Donabedian finally sees light at the end of the tunnel for Stefon Diggs, who has maintained impressive per-target efficiency despite showing some frustration with his scaled-back usage.
Jerry Donabedian uses DVOA to help identify the best and worst matchups of Week 5, including upgrades for Allen Robinson and Calvin Ridley.
Jerry Donabedian isn't downplaying the concern about James Conner's slow start, but the the panic can be put on hold for at least one week with the Steelers hosting the Bengals on Monday.
Jerry Donabedian dives into Week 3 matchups and expects big things from Greg Olsen even if Kyle Allen replaces Cam Newton at quarterback.
Jerry Donabedian analyzes the matchups for Week 2 and expects Sony Michel to bounce back in a big way against a Miami defense that got steamrolled by Mark Ingram and the Ravens last week.
Jerry Donabedian digs into Week 1's slate and thinks Patrick Peterson's suspension will make the Arizona secondary easy prey for Kenny Golladay and the Lions.
Trust players with playoff stakes on the line in Week 17, including the Eagles' Nick Foles. Luke Hoover has several other competitors in mind.
Drew Brees didn't light it up in Week 15, but Luke Hoover says we should trust the veteran for Week 16. Who else is worth a start for fantasy's championship week?
Derek Carr is revving up for another big game under center, and Luke Hoover doesn't think the Raiders' embattled quarterback should be ignored against the Bengals.
Jameis Winston, who faces a tantalizing matchup, and a potentially freed Aaron Rodgers lead the way for Luke Hoover's must-play quarterbacks in Week 14. Who else is he recommending or fading?
Can fantasy players safely start Tom Brady in this all-important Week 13? Luke Hoover suggests to use caution.
Josh Adams looks ready to fly -- err, run with the Eagles' backfield, especially with a favorable Week 12 matchup. Who else does Luke Hoover want to start?
Alex Collins should Riverdance all over the Bengals in Week 11, according to Luke Hoover. Who else does Luke trust and fear for the upcoming weekend?
Mark Ingram has been quiet lately for the Saints, but Luke Hoover thinks the running back will break loose against the Bengals in Week 10.
Luke Hoover analyzes the best, and worst, matchups for Week 9, including Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott against a bad Titans pass defense.
Luke Hoover thinks Larry Fitzgerald could enjoy a huge boost in production with the Cardinals' change at offensive coordinator, starting this weekend.
Will ageless Frank Gore keep rolling in a juicy Week 7 matchup with the Lions? Luke Hoover says don't forget Gore's backfield companion.
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?
Despite the Packers' crowded backfield, Luke Hoover can't resist Aaron Jones' upside in a friendly Week 5 matchup with the Lions.
Luke Hoover expects another big week from Sterling Shepard, who should see more attention from Eli Manning with Evan Engram injured.
Luke Hoover reminds fantasy owners that it helps to use a quarterback against the Chiefs, and that happens to be the 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo in Week 3. Can he finally pay off on his preseason hype?
Luke Hoover wants fantasy football players to trust Royce Freeman this week after his underwhelming Week 1 performance. Conditions should improve for him and several other names in Week 2.
Luke Hoover acknowledges that Week 1 can be wildly hit-or-miss for fantasy lineups, but he still sees obvious upgrades -- including Philip Rivers -- and downgrades.
Golden Tate may be frustrated to miss out on the playoffs, but he'll still be motivated by the possibility of reaching 90 catches and 1,000 yards for the season while facing a banged-up Green Bay secondary.
With Marvin Lewis likely headed out the door, the lifeless Bengals provide an accommodating matchup for Detroit's Matthew Stafford and Theo Riddick.
The return of Aaron Rodgers bumps Jordy Nelson back into the fantasy picture in a big way. Luke Hoover has the details on that and all of the picks for Week 15.
With Josh Gordon already looking comfortable, DeShone Kizer enters Week 14 against the Packers boasting the weapons, matchup and scrambling ability to make up for his inconsistent passing.
With Michael Crabtree and Amari Cooper likely sidelined, the Raiders will rely on Jared Cook, Cordarrelle Patterson and Johnny Holton to come up with big plays in a favorable matchup against the Giants.
Luke Hoover analyzes the Week 12 matchups, good and bad. Is Chicago's Jordan Howard destined to be grounded against a stiff Eagles run defense?
Eli Manning and Sterling Shepard figure to stay hot while playing from behind against a generous Kansas City pass defense.