Cooper Kupp highlights this week’s look at whom to sit and start in fantasy leagues (AP Photo). Browns vs. Bengals: Start Corey Coleman, who saw a team-high 11 targets last week, immediately acting as Cleveland’s No. 1 wideout in his first action since Week 2. With Josh Gordon out one more game, Coleman
Spencer Dinwiddie highlights this week’s look at risers and fallers in fantasy hoops (AP Photo). Spencer Dinwiddie: He’s looking at a big increase in playing time after D’Angelo Russell underwent knee surgery. Dinwiddie has averaged 17.0 points, 3.4 rebounds, 7.0 assists and 2.8 3pt during five starts
Eagles vs. Cowboys: Carson Wentz had a modest game compared to his standards this year, but he tossed two TDs and didn’t take a sack or commit a turnover. The sophomore signal caller is now on pace to finish with 3,888 passing yards and 40 touchdowns. The Eagles’ schedule starts getting tougher, but
Rex Burkhead highlights this week’s look at whom you should sit and start in fantasy leagues (AP Photo). Patriots vs. Raiders: Start Rex Burkhead, who easily led New England running backs in snaps last week, has 10 targets over the last two games (catching all of them) and is dirt cheap in DFS. New
Mark Ingram has another huge game and a look around the rest of the league in Week 10 (AP Foto/Adrian Kraus). Saints vs. Bills: In the five games since Adrian Peterson was traded, Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara have combined for 1,129 total yards and 11 touchdowns. Despite the timeshare, Ingram scored
Bilal Powell highlights this week’s look at whom you should sit and start in fantasy leagues (AP Photo/Kathy Willens). Jets vs. Buccaneers: Start Josh McCown, who’s posted 12 touchdowns over the past five games and faces a Bucs defense that has the No. 31 ranked Pass DVOA. In all seriousness, he’s
Andre Drummond: He’s scoring (14.0 ppg) and crashing the glass (14.7 rpg) as usual while also posting career highs in apg (2.7) and spg (2.1), but the huge news with Drummond this season has been his transformation at the free throw line, as he’s gone from one of the league’s worst shooters there to
Alex Smith highlights this week’s look at whom you should sit and start in fantasy leagues (AP Photo/Reed Hoffmann). Chiefs vs. Cowboys: Start Alex Smith, who’s posted a 9.2 YPA with a 12:0 TD:INT ratio and a 134.8 Passer Rating over four games on the road this season. Dallas doesn’t present an imposing
Evan Fournier: It’s hard to believe, but Fournier has been the No. 10 ranked fantasy player so far this year. He’s averaging career-highs in ppg (22.0), rpg (4.3), apg (3.9), spg (1.4) and 3pt (2.9) while shooting 54.5 percent from the floor and 96.0 percent from the line. He leads the NBA in PPP on
Texans vs. Seahawks: This might go down as game of the year, with four fourth quarter lead changes in a 41-38 thriller. The Seahawks won, but Deshaun Watson was the story, as he became the first player in NFL history to throw for 400 yards, run for more than 50 yards and throw four touchdowns in a game
Vikings vs. Browns: Start the Vikings defense, who’ve played well this season and get a Browns team going back to DeShone Kizer at QB and missing LT Joe Thomas on a neutral field. Kizer has thrown 11 picks on 179 attempts this season.
Blake Griffin: It’s hardly a surprise Griffin is thriving with Chris Paul out of town, but he’s off to an especially strong start, averaging a career-high 26.7 points (playing a modest 32:42, which is the second-fewest mpg of his career). Durability is always the biggest concern when it comes to Griffin
A group of top video creators from NBA Playmakers and yours truly got together and underwent a live in person fantasy basketball draft earlier this week. If you’re not familiar with the NBA Playmakers, get familiar with them as we’ll be checking in on this league all year long. The group is part of
What looked like the game of the week between the Cowboys and Packers lived up to the hype, including a breakout game from Aaron Jones.
Aaron Gordon: Over his final 21 games last season, Gordon averaged 17.0 points, 6.2 rebounds, 1.0 steals, 0.7 blocks and 1.0 threes while shooting 50.7 percent from the floor and 83.3 percent from the line. In fact, he was the No. 32 fantasy player over the last month of the year, thriving when moved
Dak Prescott highlights this week’s look at players to sit and start in fantasy leagues (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri). Saints vs. Dolphins: Start Jay Cutler, who’s coming off an extremely disappointing game against the Jets and will be traveling for the third straight week (this time to another country).
D’Angelo Russell highlights this week’s look at fantasy risers and fallers . D’Angelo Russell: He’s not guaranteed to start right away, but Brooklyn traded for the 21-year-old to be the future centerpiece of its franchise. Russell owns a 40.8 FG% through his first two years in the league, so his shooting
Kareem Hunt continues to dominate, and he highlights this week’s look around the league. Chiefs vs. Chargers: Kareem Hunt totaled 183 yards on 18 touches on the road in a not great matchup. Hunt has been (and will continue to be) the biggest difference maker in fantasy football in 2017.