Matt Moore may have stolen the starting quarterback job in Miami.
DeMarco Murray, Keenan Allen, and Leonard Fournette owners will be sweating it out this week.
Is the timing right for a Joe Mixon or Marlon Mack breakout?
Evan Engram is breaking the rules for rookie tight ends.
Aaron Rodgers is a catastrophic hit for fantasy owners, but all is not necessarily lost.
With Rob Kelley out of the mix, we look to Samaje Perine in Week 6.
Is Chris Hogan a legitimate fantasy star after five strong weeks, or is it time to cash out?
Ben Roethlisberger was historically bad Sunday, while Carson Wentz was near-perfect.
Sam Bradford is optimistic about a Monday return.
After a year in purgatory, Todd Gurley is once again a fantasy star.
Cam Newton's brief slump was emphatically broken in a shootout win at New England.
Doug Baldwin and Carlos Hyde are game-time decisions for Week 4.
Jhoulys Chacin has a messy road resume, but you still might gamble on him at San Francisco.
Ozzie Albies is a rookie with wheels, and he's starting to put them to good use.
The Jays might have struck gold with power-hitting prospect Teoscar Hernandez.
Erasmo Ramirez looks good for this week's start at Oakland.
Brandin Cooks was one of several fantasy stars who got it going Week 3.
Fantasy owners need to track Jordan Reed's status before Sunday night's home game.
Youth or experience at No. 3? Puckheads debate Auston Matthews vs. Patrick Kane.
Mike Minor has become a star reliever, and is currently closing for the Royals.
Hunter Renfroe is an intriguing power stick, especially when a lefty is on the mound.
It’s a slow Tuesday afternoon and you’re thinking about a pitcher streamer. You play in a competitive league, so you need to look an extra day ahead, consider the Thursday schedule.
A trip to New Orleans was all the Patriots offense needed.
Odlel Beckham is once again the signature player on the injury report.
Kyle Gibson has been a frustrating pitcher in the past, but his current form merits attention.