Justin Jackson has played well for the Chargers, but Austin Ekeler is thriving as a workhorse back and posted another strong box score Sunday.
The Texans don't know who their slot corner is after cutting Aaron Colvin, but they might want to figure it out with Dede Westbrook incoming.
Mario breaks down the Seahawks at Steelers Week 2 matchup with McKechs. Why can't Seattle get more targets to Tyler Lockett?
Dak Prescott looks like a potentially elite fantasy quarterback now that he has Kellen Moore running the Dallas offense.
Following two disappointing seasons and a bitter reception from the public, Leonard Fournette is in position to reestablish himself as one of the league's most coveted running backs at home against the Chiefs.
Mario and McKechs preview the Chiefs at Jaguars game for DFS purposes. Mario is leaning more to Travis Kelce than the other KC weapons.
Carlos Hyde and Darwin Thompson were enough cause for concern to Damien Williams' workload, and switching Hyde for LeSean McCoy didn't ease those concerns any.
Mario and McKechs discuss the pros and cons of the New England passing offense. How high should we rank Julian Edelman?
Rashaad Penny's ADP is falling as Chris Carson's rises, but it opens a buying opportunity for the former since Carson's gains are through the passing game rather than at Penny's expense.
Kenny Stills appears unwanted in Miami and his future fantasy prospects are in a flux as a result, but one certainty is that Stills is likely a standout NFL wideout despite his recent struggles.
Marquez Valdes-Scantling was headed for a starting role anyway, but his route to a three-down role became even clearer with the ankle injury suffered by teammate Equanimeous St. Brown.
The author looks at his share percentages for various players in DRAFT's best ball tournament, where he's happy to have plenty of Nick Chubb but wishes he had more of the Cleveland passing game.
There's an understandable lack of enthusiasm around the Jacksonville passing game, but there's a surprisingly deep group of receivers there with Marqise Lee (knee) back.
Mario believes Cleveland TE David Njoku is a great bargain in the 9th round. He explains his thinking to Jeff.
McKechs and Mario discuss Leonard Fournette's best ball value heading into the bruising RB's third season.
With the Seahawks looking to get Chris Carson more involved in the passing game, the Seattle runner potentially offers unique upside even at an escalating cost.
Recent media coverage of the 49ers has implied a souring reception of Dante Pettis, but it will present an opportunity for profit if his price drops.
DRAFT recently introduced its NFL Mega Best Ball Tourney, which raises the stakes at five times the buy-in for the original tourney. This article breaks down the selection process of a team picked Tuesday.
Despite a wide range of speculation regarding the Chiefs RBs behind Damien Williams (hamstring), Carlos Hyde was listed as the top backup on the first Kansas City depth chart.
While everyone is excited over rookie RB Josh Jacobs, don't sleep on veteran Jalen Richard in PPR leagues.
John Ross' injury troubles are disturbing for fantasy investors, but he at least offers upside in a round where none of the other receivers offer any floor anyway.
Kenyan Drake was the presumed starter in Miami, but the big and fast Kalen Ballage opened Dolphins training camp as the starting running back.
Joe and Mario explain why they believe Kerryon Johnson is being undervalued in early drafts.
Devontae Booker appeared locked in as the RB3 in Denver, but a pair of recent additions have shown well in practices. There are a couple unlikely Bronco wideout prospects pushing for playing time, too.
This article looks at five players with surging prices on DRAFT, including second-year Green Bay breakout candidate Marquez Valdes-Scantling, who's on the verge of breaching the first 90 picks in the ADP.
If Melvin Gordon holds out, Austin Ekeler and Justin Jackson both appear qualified for bigger workloads. Also looking at the Broncos RBs as well as wideouts in Tampa and Baltimore.
McKecks and Mario debate whether or not Marquez Valdes-Scantling will emerge as Aaron Rodgers' number two target in the Green Bay Packer passing offense.
Liss and Mario discuss which 49ers running back will be the most valuable in 2019 fantasy leagues. Mario has always been a Tevin Coleman fan.
Chris Olson joins McKechs and Mario to discuss one of his favorite DFS plays for UFC 239, and gets into the Jones versus Santos specifics.
D.J. Moore is one of the most hyped wide receivers heading into 2019, but there's a good chance that Curtis Samuel posts the bigger numbers this year.