Liss points out that Cam Newton has been horrible these first two weeks. Jeff chimes in with how he's ranking Carolina's weapons in Week 3.
The Staff likes Jacoby Brissett and the Colts laying only two points at home against the visiting Falcons.
Chris Liss likes the modestly-used Patriots at home against the Jets, but if you used them last week, the Cowboys make for a strong second choice at home against the Dolphins.
Chris Liss likes Andy Dalton and the Bengals getting six points on the road at Buffalo.
Chris Liss thinks Patrick Mahomes should have been an easy call in the second round this year and regrets not having more shares of him.
Liss and Jeff discuss the utterly lethal Kansas City offense. Should you play guys like Mecole Hardman and Demarcus Robinson every week?
Liss and Jeff debate the impact of Ben Roethlisberger's absence on the fantasy value of his fellow Pittsburgh teammates. Big Ben is out for the season with an elbow injury.
The Staff likes Matt Ryan and the Falcons to bounce back at home as 1.5-point underdogs to the visiting Eagles.
Liss says don't panic about Devonta Freeman. Jeff is concerned.
Sometimes the obvious is the right call. Backing Tom Brady and the Patriots at Miami in Week 2.
Chris Liss likes Alvin Kamara and the Saints as three-point road underdogs against the Rams. He also likes the Raiders as eight-point home dogs against the Chiefs and the Bears as 2.5-point favorites in Denver.
Week 1 saw teams unleash their deep threats like Cincinnati's John Ross, Baltimore's Marquise Brown and Philadelphia's DeSean Jackson.
Liss and Jeff discuss the calm poise of Deshaun Watson versus the Saints on Monday Night.
Liss and Chris review their big surprises from Week 1 (prior to the two Monday night games). Jeff can't believe how well John Ross and his Bengals played.
Liss and Jeff preview the Rams at Panthers Week 1 matchup. Liss is feeling excited about Cam Newton in 2019.
The Staff likes Kyler Murray and the Cardinals getting 2.5 points at home against the Lions and the Eagles laying 9.5 at home against the Redskins.
Liss and Jeff explain why they are very concerned about Saints QB Drew Brees.
Backing Carson Wentz and the Eagles at home against the Redskins narrowly over the Seahawks hosting the Bengals.
Chris Liss likes Jacoby Brissett and the Colts getting 6.5 at San Diego in Week 1 as he believes the market has over-corrected for Andrew Luck's retirement.
With Antonio Brown gone, Chris Liss predicts Juju Smith-Schuster will finish top-three in catches and yards among wide receivers.
Chris Liss discusses his methods for picking games against the spread the last two decades and how ultimately it's a battle to utilize a beginner's state of mind.
Former NFL offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz talks with Liss about the role a team's offensive line plays in a running backs success.
ESPN's Stephania Bell joins Liss & Jeff to discuss concerns over A.J. Green's injured ankles.
Liss is concerned that the Nick Chubb hype has gone too far, with some folks ranking Chubb RB4.
With Lamar Miller out for the season, what is the updated value for Duke Johnson, the presumed new starting RB in Houston?
Liss shares with Jeff his concern that in pre-season games, the Lions are pulling Kerryon Johnson on third down passing situations.
Aaron Rodgers is disappointed he can no longer use the McCarthy excuse.
Liss and Jeff throw some shade David Johnson's way. There is a high ceiling, but also a pretty low floor.
Liss explains to Jeff why he sees big upside for O.J. Howard for 2019.
Chris Liss and Jeff Erickson discuss what the latest Melvin Gordon news means for the chances the star running back gets a deal done with the Chargers.