Kenyan Drake took a garbage-time carry to the house to put up big rushing totals on the night.
Ronald Jones looked good, racking up yards and touchdowns against the Packers this week.
Ryan Tannehill led the Titans to a big win and easy ATS cover.
Drew Brees got the win despite doing his best Philip Rivers imitation.
The Giants' last-second loss capped off one of Chris Liss' worst NFL weeks of all time.
Ronald Jones needs work as a receiver, but he looks like a monster between the tackles.
Early MVP candidate Aaron Rodgers was missing his key receivers, but that didn't slow him down one bit.
The Cowboys are one idly-watched onside kick from being 0-4, but Dak Prescott will set some records if he stays healthy.
After a sluggish start, Melvin Gordon delivered with two TDs, including a long one in the fourth quarter.
Lamar Jackson is an exciting player, but he's not in Patrick Mahomes' class just yet.
Alvin Kamara is still the No. 1 overall fantasy player, and it's not especially close.
The Dolphins dominated on both sides of the ball, but James Robinson still had a huge fantasy game.
Alvin Kamara had a monster game in a losing cause Monday night and is now the top player in fantasy football.
Aaron Jones was supposed to see some TD regression this year, but he scored three more times on 22 touches Sunday.
Nick Chubb bulldozed the Bengals for 124 yards and two TDs.
It wasn't a great night for the Giants, but second-year playmaker Darius Slayton was the exception, hauling in two touchdown catches.
Positive TD regression is real, except in the case of Julio Jones.
Clyde Edwards-Helaire saw a heavy workload, especially around the goal line, but oddly was out of the game on third downs and didn't catch a single pass.
Chris Liss took Alvin Kamara with the No. 6 pick in his highest-stakes draft of the year.
Chris Liss went big on Cleveland's Odell Beckham, among others, this year in his six NFL drafts to date.
Erik Siegrist reviews the simultaneous slow drafts used to fill the 60-team, five-conference Vegas League, where Michael Thomas was a surprisingly early pick in one conference.
Chris Liss went big on young, mobile QBs like Kyler Murray in this QB-flex format.
Chris Liss takes Nick Chubb at 1.5 in a non-PPR format.
Chris took rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire at No. 4 overall ahead of superstar Ezekiel Elliott.
Chris Liss went big on two running backs, one of which was Saquon Barkley for $68 of his $200 budget.
When should you buck the rampant early-round running back inflation and pivot to an elite wide receiver like Michael Thomas?
Chris Liss looks at the Fanball/NFFC Best Ball data from 2018-2019. Unsurprisingly, Christian McCaffrey was the biggest impact player both years.
Kerryon Johnson, damaged during turbulence, clocks in at No. 85, six spots below failed professional wrestler Rob Gronkowski.
Chris took Michael Thomas over Dalvin Cook at pick five and didn't take his first running back until Round 6.
If everyone were guaranteed to stay healthy, Odell Beckham would be the No. 2 receiver on Chris Liss' board.