Saquon Barkley catches enough balls to be included in a Bucs-Giants passing stack, and he's also an excellent stand-alone option in lineups that stack a different game.
Following a surprisingly competitive performance in Kansas City last week, Chandler Jones and the Cardinals are rewarded with a cupcake matchup against the tanking Raiders in Week 11.
Squaring off with his former team, Dion Lewis tops the Week 10 value list after dominating backfield work in Monday's win over the Cowboys.
The upcoming slate provides a trio of first-rate streaming options, with the Chargers, Jets and Packers all in ideal spots to thrive.
Kenny Golladay and Emmanuel Sanders are in good spots to take advantage of an uptick in target volume after the trade deadline.
Coming out of a bye week at full strength, Sean Lee and the Cowboys defense could be headed for an easy win over the Titans.
James Conner should be worth every penny and then some against a Cleveland defense he's already eaten alive once this season.
The New England defense has struggled in terms of points and yards allowed, but its tendency to create turnovers should lead to a big afternoon against the hapless Bills.
A home game against Buffalo makes the Colts our top Week 7 steaming pick, but the Broncos and Cardinals are also strong options in what should be a sloppy matchup.
The Bucs-Falcons game is loaded with value to an extent that outweighs any concerns about high ownership.
The Packers are our top recommendation for a second time in three weeks, playing host to C.J. Beathard and the banged-up 49ers.
Christian McCaffrey lands in a perfect spot for a huge outing, but it'll be tough to fit him in lineups that stack the Falcons-Steelers game.
The surprisingly effective Tennessee defense should be in for a big day when it visits Buffalo this weekend.
The Texans-Colts game is being overlooked for stacking potential, while Bengals-Falcons is getting more love than it deserves.
The Bills are unlikely to repeat their Week 3 magic when they head to Lambeau Field on Sunday.
The Chargers provide the Rams with their first real test of the season, potentially setting up a pass-heavy contest on both sides.
The Browns finally have the makings of a competent defense, led by Myles Garrett and Larry Ogunjobi. It all adds up to trouble for Sam Darnold and the Jets in Week 3.
Tevin Coleman is headed for a huge workload at a mid-level price, helping us fit a Chiefs-Steelers passing stack without sacrificing much at RB.
Russell Wilson may end up running for his life in Week 2, bringing his one-man show to Chicago to face Khalil Mack and the Bears on Monday Night Football.
With the masses gravitating toward Alvin Kamara and Texans-Patriots, a lineup based around David Johnson and a Bengals-Colts stack sets up nicely for large tournaments.
Sam Darnold will be pushed into the Lions' den without much help in his first NFL start.
Jerry Donabedian tackles the Redskins' transition from Kirk Cousins to Alex Smith and their deluge of injuries in recent seasons.
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Jerry Donabedian analyzes this year's most important coaching changes for fantasy owners, including a new era in Chicago that should help Mitchell Trubisky.
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The Rams' decision to rest starters makes Carlos Hyde and the San Francisco defense appealing, which in turn frees up plenty of salary for Julio Jones, A.J. Green and T.Y. Hilton.
The Lions shouldn't have much trouble disposing of Brett Hundley as two long-time rivals close out disappointing seasons.
With Austin Ekeler suffering a broken hand, Melvin Gordon stands to benefit from extra chances in the passing game, in addition to handling his usual heavy workload on the ground.
Josh Norman and the Redskins will tee off on either Paxton Lynch or Brock Osweiler, after taking care of business against Blaine Gabbert on Sunday.