Carr dazzled in his final preseason game, and may have won the starting quarterback gig in Oakland.
The fullback is on the verge of extinction, but should it be?
Delanie Walker had an under-the-radar season, and appears to be undervalued in 2014.
Average draft position data is helpful, especially when you can exploit it properly.
Can you afford to start your fantasy draft with two wide receivers, ignoring the running back position?
Douglas is firmly planted behind two star wide receivers, but can he find room for production of his own?
The Redskins' offense has been struggling in the preseason, and fantasy owners should be worried about the team's quarterback.
Third-year quarterback Russell Wilson is your ticket to significant upside, all with a known floor.
Don't waste a pick in the eighth round on a defense. Instead, wait until the end and use these matchups to your advantage.
The long-awaited suspension of Josh Gordon has been handed down. How does it impact the Cleveland offense and your fantasy team?
Frank Gore is consistently a top-notch rusher, but many fantasy owners are turned off by him this year. Here's why you should still draft him.
There are a few different strategies when it comes to two-quarterback leagues, but which one works best for you?
After looking at salary allocation last week, we'll dive head first into winning tournament strategies using DraftKings-specific data.
T.Y. Hilton found success as a rookie under Bruce Arians, but will John Brown be able to do the same?
These guys may be second on the depth chart, but they just might take your fantasy team to the top.
The Patriots traded guard Logan Mankins to Tampa Bay for a fourth-round pick and Tim Wright. Is Wright ownable in fantasy now?
We all know Julian Edelman should be Tom Brady's favorite wide receiver target this year, but who's next in line?
The Patriots' tailback frustrates his coaching staff with his fumbles. Could this be the year he loses his job altogether because of it?
There's a big scare about Le'Veon Bell's fantasy potential now that LeGarrette Blount might take over near the goal line. Is it warranted?
Riley Cooper had a solid fantasy season in 2013, but there are plenty of reasons to believe he won't be as effective in 2014.
Rookie receivers who produce significantly are very rare, but Adams could thrive in Green Bay's offense.
Jones-Drew was once on top of the fantasy world. Times have changed, and you're better off without him this year.