- Buccaneers at Rams - Over/Under 55.5
- Chargers at Chiefs - Over/Under 54.5
- Cardinals at Jaguars - Over/Under 51.5
- Seahawks at Vikings - Over/Under 55
Favorite Additional Spots
- Ravens on the road against the Lions - Implied Team Total 28.75
- Browns at home against the Bears - Implied Team Total 26.25
- Bills at home against Washington - Implied Team Total 26.5
- Broncos at home against the Jets - Implied Team Total 26
- Raiders at home against the Dolphins - Implied Team Total 23.75
- Titans at home against the Colts - Implied Team Total 26.5
- Giants at home against the Falcons - Implied Team Total 25.25
- Patriots at home against the Saints - Implied Team Total 22.5
|1||Kyler Murray||at Jaguars||$8,300|
|2||Tom Brady||at Rams||$6,800|
|3||Lamar Jackson||at Lions||$7,800|
|4||Trevor Lawrence||vs. Cardinals||$5,500|
|5||Daniel Jones||vs. Falcons||$5,800|
Kyler Murray is a literal cheat code. He ranks second in passing yards (690) and second in pass touchdowns (7) and has added 51 yards and two touchdowns on the ground as well. And he has a phenomenal matchup against the 0-2 Jaguars that ranked terribly in defensive DVOA last season and nothing has changed in 2021. Jacksonville's defense ranks 24th in overall DVOA and 28th in pass DVOA.
Tom Brady remains on a warpath and I have to tell you I respect it. Brady ranks fifth in passing yards (659) and first in pass TDs (9) and now gets to play in the game with the highest Over/Under against a capable defense, but one transitioning to a new coordinator.
Lamar Jackson was incredible on Sunday night, leading the Ravens to victory over Patrick Mahomes II and the Chiefs by throwing for 239 yards and a touchdown while rushing for 107 yards and two touchdowns. Jackson offers the high floor, high upside dual-threat skillset we love to have in cash and gets to play against a Lions defense that ranks dead last in both overall DVOA and pass DVOA.
At only $5,500, Trevor Lawrence allows us to save salary and he gets to play in one of the best fantasy games of the week against a Cardinals defense with questionable cornerbacks. Garbage time points count too as Lawrence threw for 332 yards and 3 touchdowns in comeback mode back in Week 1. I envision a similar game script on Sunday.
Daniel Jones has thrown for a touchdown and run for a touchdown in both games to begin the season and now gets to play at home against a Falcons defense that ranks 29th in overall DVOA and 27th in pass DVOA.
|1||Derrick Henry||vs. Colts||$8,600|
|2||Clyde Edwards-Helaire||vs. Chargers||$4,800|
|3||Damien Harris||vs. Saints||$5,600|
|4||Joe Mixon||at Steelers||$6,300|
|5||Ty'Son Williams||at Lions||$5,800|
|6||Nick Chubb||vs. Bears||$7,600|
I'm embarrassed to admit Derrick Henry did not make an appearance in this article last week. It's time to atone for my mistake and sing his praises. Henry leads the league in opportunities (62) and touches (61) and ranks second in total yards (314) and tied for second in total touchdowns (3). He gets to play at home as a five-point favorite in this one.
Clyde Edwards-Helaire's play has not been reliable this season, which is normally what we look for in cash game Running Backs. But that $4,800 price tag is extremely enticing for the Chiefs' starting Running Back. Edwards-Helaire's 30 opportunities rank tied for the 21st most in the entire league and he gets to play at home against a Brandon Staley-led defense that has no problem giving up rushing yards if it means mitigating the opposing offense's passing attack. That game plan last week against the Cowboys led to Dak Prescott only throwing for 237 yards while Ezekiel Elliott and Tony Pollard racked up 180 yards on the ground. The Chargers lost but they still only gave up 20 total points. Look for a similar approach against Patrick Mahomes II, creating favorable situations for Edwards-Helaire.
Damien Harris ranks tied for fifth in the league in opportunities (43) and gets to play as a three-point home favorite on Sunday against a Saints' team that got embarrassed by the Carolina Panthers in Week 2.
Joe Mixon ranks third in the NFL in opportunities (55) and touches (54) as the Bengals have clearly taken a "Protect Joe Burrow's health as he returns from last season's major knee injury" approach. Although the Bengals are three-point road underdogs here, Mixon's dual-threat skill set renders him unable to be game scripted out of a contest. Even better, with Pittsburgh banged up, I see Cincinnati having a decent shot to pull the upset here.
Ty'Son Williams has looked great through two weeks, showing a burst on his 28 total opportunities. Williams is the Ravens' #1 Running Back and draws an incredible matchup here against a Lions defense that ranks dead last in overall DVOA and 29th in pass DVOA.
I'm excited about Justin Fields' future and the dynamic ability he can bring to the Bears' offense. I'm not as bullish on his outlook in his first-ever career start though. The Browns are one of the best teams in football and are seven-point home favorites. Jarvis Landry is out due to injury and Odell Beckham Jr projects to be eased back into the lineup. Look for a heavy dose of Nick Chubb in this one, especially if Cleveland gets out to a lead as predicted.
|1||Cooper Kupp||vs. Buccaneers||$6,800|
|2||Tyler Lockett||at Vikings||$7,400|
|3||Mike Williams||at Chiefs||$6,400|
|4||Marvin Jones Jr||vs. Cardinals||$4,900|
|5||Sterling Shepard||vs. Falcons||$5,900|
|6||Courtland Sutton||vs. Jets||$6,000|
|7||Rondale Moore||at Jaguars||$5,000|
|8||K.J. Osborn||vs. Seahawks||$3,500|
Cooper Kupp has a 37.5% target share through two weeks which has produced 16 receptions, 271 yards, and three touchdowns. Matthew Stafford paired with Sean McVay and the season-ending injury to Cam Akers both provide a favorable increase to Kupp's prospects and he's not disappointing. He should once again produce a solid stat line in the game with the highest Over/Under of the week against a banged-up Buccaneers secondary.
The Russell Wilson to Tyler Lockett connection is so pure. They legitimately are one of my favorite Quarterback and Wide Receiver duos in NFL history. Lockett ranks second in the league in receiving yards (278) and tied for second in receiving touchdowns (3). This week, he plays in one of the best fantasy games against a Vikings defense that is struggling for the second year in a row. Minnesota's defense ranks 21st in overall DVOA and 22nd in pass DVOA.
Mike Williams is a solid Wide Receiver who prior to this season had already posted both a 1,000+ yard season as well as a 10 touchdown season. Finally being used properly by his new progressive coach, Williams looks like he is in the midst of a career year. Through two weeks Williams leads the Chargers in targets (22), receptions (15), and receiving touchdowns (2). And this week, he plays in one of the best fantasy games of the week against a Chiefs defense that ranks 31st in overall DVOA and 25th in pass DVOA.
Marvin Jones Jr leads the Jaguars in targets (20), receptions (11), receiving yards (132), and touchdowns (2). Jones offers big-play potential downfield, which pairs perfectly with Trevor Lawrence's aggressive downfield passing. This week, the Jaguars project to be down and throwing a lot once again. Jones can win against every Arizona corner (Robert Alford, Byron Murphy, and Marco Wilson).
Sterling Shepard leads the Giants in targets (19), receptions (16), receiving yards (207), and ranks tied for first in receiving touchdowns (1). Those are solid numbers for a player that was an afterthought heading into the season and Shepard is in a good position to keep impressing against a Falcons defense that ranks 29th in overall DVOA and 27th in pass DVOA.
The loss of Jerry Jeudy is a significant one for this Broncos offense. Tim Patrick and K.J. Hamler are solid role players but Denver needs a true #1 Wide Receiver and Courtland Sutton reminded us all last week he is capable of just that. Sutton saw a 35.3% target share, catching nine of 12 targets for 159 yards. Next up: a Jets defense that is certainly beatable.
Despite limited playing time to begin the season, Rondale Moore leads the Cardinals in targets (13), receptions (11), and receiving yards (182). His early career production should not be a surprise. Moore caught 114 passes for 1,258 yards and 12 touchdowns as a true Freshman at Purdue in 2018 and his skillset fits perfectly within Arizona's Kliff Kingsbury-led offense. Moore has a favorable matchup to keep his positive momentum going against a Jaguars defense that ranks 24th in overall DVOA and 28th in pass DVOA and would benefit if DeAndre Hopkins (Game Time Decision) is unable to go.
Irv Smith's injury has caused Minnesota to play more 11 personnel, which has increased K.J. Osborn's playing time. Osborn currently leads the Vikings in receiving yards (167) and only costs $3,500 in a favorable fantasy game against a beatable Seahawks' secondary.
|1||T.J. Hockenson||vs. Ravens||$5,200|
|2||Rob Gronkowski||at Rams||$5,500|
|3||Jonnu Smith||vs. Saints||$4,100|
|4||Cole Kmet||at Browns||$3,200|
At the Tight End position, T.J Hockenson ranks second in targets (20), first in receptions (16), third in receiving yards (163), and tied for third in touchdowns (2). He only costs $5,200 this week.
Tom Brady just continues to torch the rest of the league and Rob Gronkowski, a great player in his own right, continues to benefit. Gronkowski ranks second on the Buccaneers in receptions (12) and first in touchdowns (4). And now he gets to play in the game with the highest Over/Under of the week.
Jonnu Smith's snaps were reduced in Week 2 after popping up on the injury report mid-week. Look for Smith to get back closer to his 73.3% snap rate from Week 1 on Sunday. If so, New England's dynamic Tight End should end up being a solid play at only $4,100.
Cole Kmet had a very disappointing stat line in Week 2 but he still played on 72.3% of the offensive snaps and he now receives a Quarterback upgrade this week with the presence of Justin Fields. Kmet has seen at least six targets in five of his last seven regular-season games and only costs $3,200.
|1||New England Patriots||vs. Saints||$4,100|
|2||Denver Broncos||vs. Jets||$4,300|
|3||Tennessee Titans||vs. Colts||$2,400|
If you thought Bill Belichick against Zach Wilson was fun in Week 2 just wait until he gets his hands on Jameis Winston. New England ranks third in overall DVOA and the Saints have the fifth-lowest Implied Team Total (19.5) of the week.
Speaking of Zach Wilson, he threw four interceptions last Sunday and now has to play on the road in Denver against one of the best defenses in football without his starting Left Tackle, Mekhi Becton. The Jets have the lowest Implied Team Total (15.5) of the week. Play the Broncos D/ST.
Carson Wentz will reportedly give it a go on two bum ankles and has already been sacked six times through two starts. The Titans only cost $2,400 and are five-point home favorites.
|1||Matthew Stafford||vs. Buccaneers||$6,400|
|2||Justin Herbert||at Chiefs||$6,500|
|3||Russell Wilson||at Vikings||$7,600|
|4||Patrick Mahomes II||vs. Chargers||$8,200|
|5||Josh Allen||vs. Washington||$7,000|
Dak Prescott threw it 58 times on opening night against the Buccaneers as Dallas wisely avoided Tampa Bay's stout run defense. Sean McVay employed a similar strategy against Tampa last season as he had Jared Goff attempt 51 passes. Goff threw for 376 yards and three touchdowns in a Win. It's reasonable to expect another heavy passing gameplan for the Rams this week given the opponent. Enter Matthew Stafford, who through two weeks looks like the upgrade at Quarterback we expected in Los Angeles. Stafford ranks seventh in passing yards (599) and tied for fifth in pass touchdowns (5). Meanwhile, the Buccaneers have allowed the fourth-most passing yards (684) through two weeks and will be without two of their starters, Jason Pierre-Paul and Sean Murphy-Bunting, in this one.
This Chargers at Chiefs matchup pairs the Quarterbacks with the third (Patrick Mahomes II) and fourth (Just Herbert) most passing yards in the NFL through two weeks against each other. There could be fireworks here yet since Herbert has only thrown two touchdown passes on the season, look for him to have a low ownership percentage. Head Coach, Brandon Staley, appears to be a forward thinker and projects to utilize a pass-heavy gameplan in this one in order to outduel Mahomes. And the matchup is juicy against a Chiefs defense that ranks 25th in pass DVOA.
Russell Wilson continues to be elite as he ranks eighth in the league in passing yards (597) and tied for third in pass touchdowns (6) and now gets to play in one of the best fantasy games of the week against a Vikings defense that ranks 22nd in pass DVOA and that has allowed the eighth-most passing yards (588) through two weeks. Kyler Murray just threw for 400 yards and three touchdowns on Minnesota a week ago and we know Wilson offers similar upside.
This Chargers at Chiefs matchup pairs the Quarterbacks with the third (Patrick Mahomes II) and fourth (Just Herbert) most passing yards in the NFL through two weeks against each other. It's always nice when we have a matchup where Patrick Mahomes II and Chiefs project to be pushed on the other side. Expect this game to be close and with Joey Bosa legitimately Questionable, Mahomes could receive a boost here. Chiefs stacks are always in play and this week is no different with some likely concerned after Dallas took a more run-heavy approach against this same defense in Week 2.
Josh Allen has had a slow start to the 2021 season but let's remember that it's only been two games. With elite quarterbacks who have gotten off to better starts to the year in incredible spots this week, look for Allen's ownership percentage to be extremely low. So let's put our tournament game theory hats on here. We can roster a Quarterback that threw for 4,544 yards and 37 touchdowns and that ran for 41 yards and eight touchdowns last season to gain leverage on almost the entire field. That process makes sense. Allen does get to play at home as well against a Washington defense that hasn't been as good as advertised to begin the season. Washington ranks 16th in pass DVOA and has allowed the tenth-most passing yards (562) so far.
|1||Austin Ekeler||at Chiefs||$7,200|
|2||Saquon Barkley||vs. Falcons||$6,500|
|3||Antonio Gibson||at Bills||$5,900|
|4||Najee Harris||vs. Bengals||$6,600|
|5||Chase Edmonds||at Jaguars||$5,700|
Austin Ekeler scored a rush touchdown in Week 1 from in close, a two-point conversion in Week 2, and caught all nine of his targets in Week 2. One of my bold calls this season was that new progressive Head Coach, Brandon Staley, would utilize Ekeler near the goal line and so far Ekler has delivered in both games. And he reminded everyone of his receiving upside last Sunday as well. Ekeler is a dynamic dual-threat player, is playing in one of the best games of the week, and gets a Chiefs defense that ranks dead last in run DVOA and 25th in pass DVOA.
Saquon Barkley played on 84% of the snaps and saw 16 opportunities in Week 2 on a Thursday night and has now had extended rest to get ready for this matchup at home with a Falcons defense that ranks 27th in both run DVOA and pass DVOA. Barkley's upside case is clear as he has a 2,000+ total yard season on his resume.
I wrote this in this very article back in Week 1: Identifying the next NFL superstar is a major key to being successful playing fantasy football and DFS is no different. Count me in on Gibson being one of the next great Running Backs. He had a very impressive rookie season even despite battling through a toe injury toward the end of the year. Gibson offers mouth-watering dual-threat upside and projects to receive an increased workload in his second season. The stars are aligning on a very good Washington team both offensively and defensively for Gibson to truly break out and become the consensus 1.04 or 1.05 in redraft in 2022. If Gibson comes even remotely close to his high-end outcomes this season, rostering him at only $5,900 will become a pipe dream very quickly. Well, he's still priced at $5,900 and I get it after a disappointing showing on Thursday night in Week 2. But let's remember he saw 25 total opportunities and posted 108 total yards in Week 1. The upside case for Gibson remains yet he'll be extremely low owned this week due to the perceived tough matchup.
Najee Harris' $6,600 price tag remains palatable. His 34 total opportunities through two weeks rank 16th in the league and he gets to play at home in this one against a Bengals defense that doesn't scare us away. And after catching all five of his targets for 43 yards and a touchdown last week, look for the receiving volume to once again be there with Diontae Johnson ruled out of this game.
The Cardinals have an Implied Team Total of 29.5 so we definitely want to get some exposure to this offense where it makes sense. DeAndre Hopkins is a Game Time Decision, which could provide benefits to all the other Arizona pass-catchers. Many will likely gravitate to Rondale Moore and possibly even Christian Kirk and A.J. Green since all three have posted solid numbers in at least one of the first two weeks. Taking a contrarian viewpoint with winning a tournament in mind, I view Chase Edmonds as another pass-catcher. Edmonds has caught all nine of his targets so far on the year and of course, offers rushing upside as well. Playing against the awful Jaguars, this could be a boom week for the dual-threat Running Back.
|1||Chris Godwin||at Rams||$6,100|
|2||Robert Woods||vs. Buccaneers||$5,700|
|3||Stefon Diggs||vs. Washington||$7,600|
|4||DK Metcalf||at Vikings||$7,300|
|5||Justin Jefferson||vs. Seahawks||$7,200|
|6||Keenan Allen||at Chiefs||$6,600|
|7||A.J. Brown||vs. Colts||$6,500|
|8||Chase Claypool||vs. Bengals||$5,800|
|9||D.J. Chark Jr||vs. Cardinals||$5,300|
Likely no Antonio Brown this week increases Chris Godwin's already sensational target projection in my favorite fantasy game of the week. Godwin has already caught 13 of 18 targets for 167 yards and two touchdowns on the season yet is head-scratchingly only priced at $6,100. While the Rams still have a solid defense led in the secondary by Jalen Ramsey, Godwin is catching pass from Tom Brady, who ranks fifth in passing yards (659) and first in pass TDs (9) on the year.
Matthew Stafford is in a groove early in his Rams' tenure and you can read in my Stafford write-up above why I envision Sean McVay deploying a pass-heavy attack on Sunday. Robert Woods has only seen 13 targets through two weeks but expect his volume to spike against the Buccaneers if the Rams pass-heavy game plan does come to fruition. Why should we be confident in that? Woods has played on 100 of 111 total offensive snaps so far and ran just one fewer route than Cooper Kupp in Week 2. And the matchup is nice for Woods to feast on his increased opportunities against a Buccaneers defense that has allowed the fourth-most passing yards (684) through two weeks and will be without Sean Murphy-Bunting in the secondary.
My Josh Allen write-up above addresses why Allen makes a ton of sense from a tournament game theory perspective. And if you're rostering Allen, you'll want to go all-in on the contrarian stack that could put you on top of the leaderboard should its 1% outcome hit. Like Allen, Diggs hasn't had a blistering beginning to the 2021 season but his 21 targets rank sixth-most in the league. That's exciting considering Diggs led the entire NFL in targets (166), receptions (127), and receiving yards (1,535) a year ago. That's the profile you can roster at a low ownership percentage this weekend. Washington ranks 16th in pass DVOA and has allowed the tenth-most passing yards (562) so far. There's no one in their secondary that scares me off of playing Diggs.
DK Metcalf hasn't set the league on fire to begin the season like his teammate, Tyler Lockett, has but Metcalf has seen the same amount of targets (16) as Lockett and no other Seahawk has seen more than six targets. There is a clear two pass-catcher hierarchy in Seattle and it's only a matter of time before Metcalf turns his guaranteed volume from a first-ballot Hall of Fame Quarterback into a smash game. Metcalf projects to see a lot of Patrick Peterson in this one, which should keep his ownership percentage down. That interests me in tournaments as the Vikings defense as a whole ranks 22nd in pass DVOA and has allowed the eighth-most passing yards (588) through two weeks.
Justin Jefferson is another superstar who hasn't yet posted a signature elite performance in 2021. Yet we know it's coming very soon from the player who broke the rookie receiving yards record by posting 1,400 yards in 2020. Jefferson has seen target totals of nine and ten through two games so there are no issues with his volume and he even found the end zone last week. Jefferson is playing in one of the best fantasy games of the week, the Seahawks defense ranks 20th in pass DVOA, and Dalvin Cook is legitimately Questionable. He checks game environment, matchup, and increased outlook due to a teammate's injury boxes for Week 3.
Justin Herbert stacks are fun this week against a Chiefs defense that ranks 25th in pass DVOA. Enter Keenan Allen who ranks tied for sixth in the league in targets (21) and should in favorable matchups against Charvarius Ward and L'Jarius Sneed.
A.J. Brown has also struggled to lift off early on this season and is another superstar Wide Receiver that could be low-owned because of it in Week 3. Yet Brown gets to play at home against a Colts defense that ranks 29th in pass DVOA. Indianapolis has struggled out of the gate without Xavier Rhodes but they will reportedly get him back on Sunday. Still, Brown can dominate anyone, especially Rock Ya-Sin and Kenny Moore II.
Diontae Johnson has been ruled out and that should make Chase Claypool a full-time player for the Steelers on Sunday. Claypool offers big-play upside if Ben Roethlisberger can get him the ball and Claypool has a favorable projected matchup against Eli Apple for the majority of his routes.
Marvin Jones Jr has received all of the publicity through two weeks yet on only four fewer targets and seven fewer receptions, D.J. Chark Jr has only 27 fewer receiving yards. Arizona's pass defense looks solid on paper but Chark has the ability to win on the outside against Marco Wilson, Byron Murphy, and Robert Alford. Chark's 26.3 yards per catch so far highlights his tournament-winning ability in a projected favorable passing game script.
|1||Tyler Higbee||vs. Buccaneers||$4,000|
|2||Austin Hooper||vs. Bears||$3,600|
|3||Kyle Pitts||at Giants||$4,900|
|4||Travis Kelce||vs. Chargers||$8,200|
|5||Darren Waller||vs. Dolphins||$7,400|
|6||Mark Andrews||at Lions||$5,000|
|7||Gerald Everett||at Vikings||$3,000|
Tyler Higbee only caught one pass last week but he literally has played 100% of the snaps in both games to begin the season and only ran five fewer pass routes than Cooper Kupp last week. Higbee is a great tournament play to add to our Matthew Stafford stacks.
Jarvis Landry is out and it's reasonable to project Odell Beckham Jr to be eased back into the offense after missing the first two games. Austin Hooper ran 19 pass routes and Baker Mayfield only attempted 21 passes last week. He remains heavily involved in Cleveland's passing attack even if the other Tight Ends are involved as well. At only $3,600, we might be rostering Mayfield's #1 option on Sunday. Yet, he'll be 8% owned or less.
Russell Gage is out this week and while that is likely only a minor development, it still will provide a boost for Kyle Pitts' targets over the middle of the field. Pitts played on 53 of 63 snaps and only ran five fewer pass routes than Calvin Ridley in Week 2. And the matchup is favorable against a Giants defense that ranks 23rd in pass DVOA.
Travis Kelce ranks tied for eighth in receiving yards (185) and tied for second in receiving touchdowns (3) despite only seeing 15 targets so far on the year. Kelce is always in tournament consideration and makes sense if rostering Patrick Mahomes II in order to shoot for the ultimate upside lineup.
Josh Jacobs likely will miss another game and that projects to increase the overall pass attempts in the Raiders offense. That's big-time for Darren Waller, the elite athlete who leads the NFL in targets (26). Miami has a solid defense but with Tua Tagovailoa out and the Dolphins' offense projected to struggle, that will put more pressure on Miami's defense, increasing the chances of them giving up big plays to Waller.
Mark Andrews has been quiet to begin the 2021 season but he gets a Lions defense that ranks dead last in pass DVOA and that just gave up three catches for 52 yards and a touchdown to Robert Tonyan Jr in Week 2. Andrews has been a hot and cold player for a few years now and those are the kinds of profiles we really should be targeting in hopes of landing an elite performance at a low ownership percentage.
Gerald Everett played on 43 of 54 snaps and ran only six fewer routes than DK Metcalf last week. Priced at only $3,000, DraftKings is treating him as an afterthought and I don't agree. Everett has upside in this spot against a Vikings defense that ranks 22nd in pass DVOA and that has allowed the eighth-most passing yards (588) through two weeks.
|3||Las Vegas Raiders||vs. Dolphins||$3,400|
Ben Roethlisberger reportedly isn't 100% healthy, Diontae Johnson is out, the Steelers have a bad offensive line and can't get anything going on the ground with Najee Harris, Roethlisberger is tied for the second-most turnover worthy plays (5) at Quarterback according to Pro Football Focus, and the Bengals surprisingly rank 15th best in pass DVOA and second-best in run DVOA this year. Cincinnati's D/ST only costs $2,100.
I'm excited about Justin Fields' future and the dynamic ability he can bring to the Bears' offense. I'm not as bullish on his outlook in his first-ever career start though. The Browns get to play at home against the rookie in his first start and after being sacked twice and throwing an interception in limited action against the Bengals in Week 2, I envision Cleveland racking up multiple sacks and at least one turnover as well. The Bears have the third-lowest Implied Team Total (18.75) of the week.
Tua Tagovailoa is out and Jacoby Brissett only threw for 169 yards on 40 pass attempts last week. He also threw an interception and was sacked four times. Miami has the seventh-lowest Implied Team Total (20.25) of the week. The Raiders make for a fine tournament and cash play D/ST.
Key Injuries and Suspensions
- Dalvin Cook Questionable - Upgrade the Vikings passing offense and Alexander Mattison
- DeAndre Hopkins Game Time Decision - Upgrade A.J. Green, Christian Kirk, and Rondale Moore, and Chase Edmonds
- Diontae Johnson OUT - Upgarde Chase Claypool, JuJu Smith-Schuster, James Washington, and Pat Freiermuth
- Antonio Brown likely OUT - Upgrade Chris Godwin, Mike Evans, Rob Gronkowski, Scotty Miller, and Tyler Johnson
- Jarvis Landry OUT - Upgrade Odell Beckham Jr, Donovan Peoples-Jones, Rashard Higgins, Anthony Schwartz, and Austin Hooper
- Tee Higgins Doubtful - Upgrade Ja'Marr Chase and Tyler Boyd
- Tua Tagovailoa OUT - Upgrade Raiders D/ST
- Jason Pierre-Paul and Sean Murphy-Bunting OUT - Upgrade the Rams passing offense
- Darrell Henderson likely OUT - Upgrade the Rams passing offense and Sony Michel
- Russell Gage OUT - Upgrade Kyle Pitts, Calvin Ridley, Cordarrelle Patterson, and Olamide Zaccheaus
- Jamison Crowder Game Time Decision - Upgrade Elijah Moore, Corey Davis, and Braxton Berrios
- DT Justin Madubuike, Nose tackle Brandon Williams, OLB Justin Houston, and OLB Jaylon Ferguson OUT for the Ravens - Upgrade Lions offense
- LB/Edge Alex Highsmith OUT and T.J. Watt Questionable - Upgrade Bengals offense
- Joey Bosa Questionable - Upgrade Chiefs offense
- Josh Jacobs Doubtful - Upgrade Kenyan Drake
- James O'Shaughnessy OUT - Upgrade Marvin Jones Jr, DJ Chark, and Laviska Shenault Jr
- Tevin Coleman OUT - Upgrade Michael Carter and Ty Johnson
- D'wayne Eskridge OUT - Upgrade Tyler Lockett, DK Metcalf, and Freddie Swain
- Anthony Firkser OUT - Upgrade A.J. Brown, Julio Jones, and Chester Rogers
Favorite Tournament Stacks and Game Correlation Plays
- Matthew Stafford, Cooper Kupp, Robert Woods, and Chris Godwin
- Russell Wilson, DK Metcalf, and Justin Jefferson
- Justin Herbert, Keenan Allen, and Mike Williams
- Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs
- Trevor Lawrence, Marvin Jones Jr, and D.J. Chark Jr