Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs put up 51 points Sunday despite meager contributions from their speedy downfield playmakers.
Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Dolphins' shocking upset win at New England is the story of the week.
Aaron Jones lost a fumble early, but gashed the Vikings for two TDs in the second half of a game that wasn't as close as the score.
Saquon Barkley posted the 24th-highest yards-from-scrimmage game in NFL history, showing he's completely healthy and solidifying his case to be a top-three pick in 2020.
Drew Brees set two records Monday night, completing 29 of 30 passes and throwing four more TDs.
Say what you like about Jameis Winston, but he's on pace for an historic passing yardage season.
With 33 TD passes and more than 1,100 rushing yards, Lamar Jackson could be on his way to the greatest fantasy QB performance of all time.
With Eli Manning's overtime loss to the Eagles, he's now 116-117 for his career.
George Kittle, who carried Saints on his back for the game's decisive play, suddenly finds himself in a high-end passing attack with Emmanuel Sanders and Deebo Samuel.
Chris Liss regrets dropping Mitchell Trubisky (the first QB he drafted) from his playoff-qualifying NFFC team.
Rashaad Penny split work with Chris Carson Monday night, but scored twice on 15 carries and four catches.
The league's two most automatic players, Christian McCaffrey and Michael Thomas, both put up unexpected duds the same week.
John Brown's 28-yard TD pass to Devin Singletary was the highlight of Chris Liss' Thanksgiving Day.
Lamar Jackson is in Christian McCaffrey/Michael Thomas territory -- he's having a fantasy season for the ages, and there's not much left to say.
It was a miracle Leonard Fournette managed two of his three rushing TDs on the season in the second half of a game when his team trailed 35-3.
Will Fuller's return was a nice boost for Deshaun Watson and the Texans, though the Colts still covered the spread.
Philip Rivers did his best Jameis Winston impression in leading the Chargers to a loss and, more importantly, a non-cover.
Dak Prescott was supposed to be a floor pick thanks to his running ability, but he now leads the NFL in passing yards by a wide margin and is second only to Russell Wilson in TD passes.
Chris Liss shares his observations about the Thursday night game and its bizarre ending.