Looking for something to watch for this weekend? How about a team on shutout watch, a rookie sixth-round quarterback, and a team on the verge of a meltdown?
Need some daily fantasy help? Take a look at these value plays for Week 8.
There will be no warm fuzzies in Atlanta or Chicago this week. Check out who to bench in Week 8.
Who are some of more surprising players in fantasy football this year?
Need cheap players with upside for your DraftKings lineup this week? Check out these guys priced under $4,000.
Investing in the Chiefs' offense this week could pay dividends.
Mark Ingram is a wizard. Lamar Miller? A goblin. Find out why.
Russell Wilson looks to follow up his massive 419-total yard, three-touchdown performance with another big game against the struggling Panthers' defense.
The last time the Chargers and Broncos faced off, San Diego shocked the world with a Thursday night upset. Will it happen again?
The future Hall of Famer is still going strong at age 34, but should fantasy owners sell high or hang on for dear life?
At 5-2, are the Ravens the favorites to win their division?
Folks in the South have plenty to cheer for on Saturdays, but Sundays have been ugly so far this season.
Jordy Nelson has supplanted himself as one of the NFL's elite wide receivers with his production this year.
The Dallas Cowboys invested in a tall, talented tight end from San Diego State in last year's draft, and he is finally ready to burst onto the scene.
What was supposed to be a even split at the start of the season shouldn't be anymore.
Owen Daniels has been a solid option this year, and his Week 8 matchup is the best you could ask for.
Vontae Davis and the Colts have an elite pass defense, but does the team have enough to overcome its run defense issues?
After a record-setting night, Peyton Manning finds himself on the Week 7 All-NEP squad. Find out who else played well enough to join him.
It's easy to line up the Bengals' recent winless streak with the injury to A.J. Green. But the offense isn't the problem for Cincinnati.
With the way Ronnie Hillman has played, just how much of a role should Montee Ball expect upon his return from injury?