Monday night's game features a pair of talented running backs that had never started a game prior to November. Which back gives his team an edge in this one?
The NFC West, NFC South, and AFC North are all up for grabs this weekend. Which teams will stake their claim on a home playoff game?
Pierre Thomas has been involved in the Saints passing game, and makes for a good punt play in Week 16.
Joe Flacco won the Super Bowl, got paid, and fell flat on his face. But in 2014, he's bouncing back in a big way.
If the Patriots take to the air against the Jets, Julian Edelman, whose usage is high already, makes for a sneaky tournament play. Who else does?
Darren McFadden has been terrible, and don't say we didn't tell you so.
Since Week 4, Lacy has been dominant in fantasy football, but has his efficiency in Green Bay been up to par?
Two of the league's lamest teams face off in what may be the most excit--you know what, I can't. This is gonna be rough.
Owen Daniels faces a tough opponent this weekend, but his recent target totals are promising nonetheless.
The matchup against Washington's run defense is tough, but can you fade LeSean McCoy given the rest of the backs in this slate?
The Browns and Panthers matchup is primed to be low-scoring. Can you take advantage of that this week?
Randall Cobb has had a breakout season and dominates the slot. What is that worth to the Packers?
Greg Olsen wasn't a high fantasy draft selection in August, but he's winning fantasy championships in December.