Brian Fernandez is scoreless in his last 120 minutes, but RotoWire's JD Bazzo explains why that has no bearing on the Timbers' attacker being ranked atop his forward list this week.
Nico Gaitan hasn't been the most consistent fantasy scorer this season, but JD Bazzo thinks the Chicago Fire star could be the top play this week against FC Cincinnati.
There are a number of forwards angling for the second spot in JD Bazzo's weekly positional rankings, but there's no question that Carlos Vela is above them all.
No, your eyes are not deceiving you. It really is June 2019 and Chris Wondolowski is a top-three forward in JD Bazzo's weekly positional rankings.
The Los Angeles Galaxy will travel to face FC Cincinnati this weekend, but that matchup isn't quite enough to make Zlatan Ibrahimovic the top forward on JD Bazzo's weekly positional rankings.
A home match against struggling FC Cincinnati moves plenty of New York City FC players up in JD Bazzo's positional rankings this week.
There's a clear top-three forwards in JD Bazzo's positional rankings for Week 14, and he explains why Zlatan Ibrahimovic takes the top spot.
With two games in Week 13, RotoWire's JD Bazzo has Daniel Royer of the Red Bulls atop one of his positional rankings.
Carlos Vela is averaging a goal and half an assist per match this season, and with two games against FC Dallas this week, he easily takes a top spot in JD Bazzo's positional rankings.
Alejandro Pozuelo has been nearly unstoppable in his six MLS starts, and with two games this week for Toronto FC, he is unsurprisingly at the top of one of JD Bazzo's positional rankings.
Carlos Vela seems close to breaking the MLS Fantasy pricing scale, and a home match against Chicago this week will put even more pressure on the algorithm.
D.C. United play twice in Week 9, but RotoWire's JD Bazzo explains why Wayne Rooney could be more of an under-the-radar pick for fantasy players.
Carlos Vela has been one of the best players in Major League Soccer this season, and RotoWire's JD Bazzo is fully expecting it to continue this week with LA FC playing two games.
With now only two teams on a double gameweek, Zlatan Ibrahimovic moves a little higher up JD Bazzo's updated weekly positional rankings.
While many fantasy players could be turning their attention toward the Sounders, who are home against RSL this week, RotoWire's JD Bazzo is also interested in Toronto at home against the Fire.
JD Bazzo has a number of road players at and near the top of his weekly positional rankings, with Carlos Vela's match in San Jose one to target, not avoid.
LA FC have one of the easiest matchups of the season in a shortened Week 4, which helps put Carlos Vela, Adama Diomande and Diego Rossi high in JD Bazzo's weekly positional rankings.
With one of the best matchups of Week 3 and a near monopoly of set pieces, Wayne Rooney checks in as this week's top forward in JD Bazzo's player rankings.
Carlos Vela was incredibly active in LAFC's win over Sporting KC last week, and he should be similarly productive in Week 2 against Portland.
The 2019 MLS season kicks off this weekend, and while Zlatan Ibrahimovic may top forward rankings, he isn't the best captain option according to RotoWire's JD Bazzo.
The Montreal Impact need a win at Chicago to have a chance at clinching a playoff spot, and RotoWire's JD Bazzo is expecting Ignacio Piatti to come up big.
D.C. United is one of two teams with two home games this week, which means Wayne Rooney and Luciano Acosta take top spots in JD Bazzo's weekly positional rankings.
There aren't a ton of options for Week 33 of MLS fantasy because there are only eight available teams, but RotoWire's JD Bazzo could lock in LA FC's Carlos Vela
Atlanta United should handle the Revolution with ease on Saturday, which is why Miguel Almiron takes a top spot in JD Bazzo's weekly positional rankings.
NYC FC and the Chicago Fire will each play twice in Week 31 of the MLS Fantasy season, which means they'll have plenty of players near the top of JD Bazzo's positional rankings.
The Portland Timbers are one of six teams who will play twice in Week 30, which helps Diego Valeri move into JD Bazzo's top three midfielders.
D.C. United and Minnesota United each play twice in Week 29, which means Wayne Rooney figures to be a very popular fantasy option.
Week 28 of the FMLS season is a short four-game slate that includes two games for New York City FC, which means fantasy players will have to choose their four NYC players carefully.
There are eight teams playing twice in Week 27, which helps push Toronto FC's Sebastian Giovinco to the top of one of JD Bazzo's positional rankings.
The Red Bulls will play two games in Week 26, but RotoWire's JD Bazzo thinks Josef Martinez has a higher ceiling in one game than Bradley Wright-Phillips does in two.