- 49ers at Cardinals - Over/Under 48.5
- Eagles at Panthers - Over/Under 46
- Packers at Bengals - Over/Under 50.5
- Browns at Chargers - Over/Under 47
- Titans at Jaguars - Over/Under 49
Favorite Additional Spots
- Patriots on the road against the Texans - Implied Team Total 24.25
- Vikings at home vs. the Lions - Implied Team Total 29.5
- Cowboys at home vs. the Giants - Implied Team Total 29.5
- Buccaneers at home vs. the Dolphins - Implied Team Total 28.75
|1||Dak Prescott||vs. Giants||$6,900|
|2||Kirk Cousins||vs. Lions||$6,500|
|3||Aaron Rodgers||at Bengals||$7,100|
|4||Justin Fields||at Raiders||$5,200|
Dak Prescott leads a Cowboys offense ranked third in DVOA and ranks tied for third in pass touchdowns (10). He gets to play at home in a game with a surprisingly high Over/Under (52) against a Giants defense that ranks 27th in DVOA and 24th in pass DVOA.
Kirk Cousins is in an incredible spot at home against a Lions defense that ranks 31st in DVOA and 30th in pass DVOA. Vegas agrees as the Vikings Implied Team Total of 29.5 is tied for the second-most of the entire week. He's a great tournament play as well but lands in the cash section due to my hesitation Mike Zimmer will unleash Cousins in a contest where their running game should find success too.
I'm highly intrigued in this Packers vs. Bengals AKA Aaron Rodgers vs. Joe Burrow matchup and believe both sides can be considered in all DFS formats. The Bengals defense is rated highly according to DVOA through four weeks but a quick glance at their schedule reminds us they've faced Kirk Cousins, Andy Dalton, Ben Roethlisberger, and Trevor Lawrence so far. None of those quarterbacks are even close to being in Aaron Rodgers' stratosphere and Rodgers has proven he's matchup proof for years. And with blue-chip Green Bay defenders, Jaire Alexander and Za'Darius Smith, both out, Joe Burrow will be putting up points as well. This game has shootout potential.
Free from Myles Garrett's reign, Justin Fields fared better in his second career start against the Lions, completing 65% of his passes and throwing for 209 yards on only 17 attempts. The touchdowns went to the running backs last week but that could change on Sunday for Fields against a beatable Raiders defense. And let's remember Fields has untapped rushing upside that could be unleased this week as well. He costs only $5,200.
|1||Derrick Henry||at Jaguars||$9,000|
|2||Ezekiel Elliott||vs. Giants||$7,000|
|3||James Robinson||vs. Titans||$6,000|
|4||Leonard Fournette||vs. Dolphins||$5,200|
|5||Damien Williams||at Raiders||$5,600|
|6||Samaje Perine||vs. Packers||$4,000|
Derrick Henry receives the no-brainer RB1 ranking this week. Henry ranks first in the league in opportunities per game (32) by a wide margin and the Titans are 4.5 point favorites against a Jaguars defense that ranks 30th in DVOA.
After a down Week 1 where the Cowboys decided to avoid Tampa Bay's stout run defense, Ezekiel Elliott has received opportunity totals of 18, 20, and 21 over the past three weeks and scored at least one touchdown in every contest. Elliott plays on a Cowboys offense ranked third in DVOA and gets to play at home against a Giants defense that ranks 27th in DVOA and 26th in run DVOA.
After a slow start to the season sharing time with Carlos Hyde, James Robinson has been unleashed over the past few weeks and he has taken full advantage, just as he did throughout the entire 2020 season. Robinson saw 20 opportunities and scored two touchdowns with Hyde on the shelf in Week 4 and turned 21 opportunities into 134 total yards and a touchdown the week prior as well. Robinson now gets a Titans defense that ranks 26th in DVOA and 24th in run DVOA.
Leonard Fournette turned 25 opportunities into 139 total yards last week and now gets to play at home against a Dolphins defense that ranks 20th in run DVOA and that has allowed the seventh-most rushing yards (547) so far.
With David Montgomery out, Damien Williams projects as the clear-cut RB1 for the Bears against an average Raiders defense that ranks 15th in DVOA and 18th in run DVOA. And Williams isn't your average backup. He's a talented player who has flashed skill in both Miami and Kansas City and came up big some big playoff spots for the Chiefs.
Joe Mixon is all but ruled out for this game meaning Samaje Perine projects to see the majority of the early-down work in a timeshare with Chris Evans. His ceiling will be limited but at only $4,000, he makes sense as a salary saver against a Packers defense that ranks 23rd in DVOA and 27th in run DVOA.
|1||D.J. Moore||vs. Eagles||$7,500|
|2||Davante Adams||at Bengals||$8,200|
|3||Ja'Marr Chase||vs. Packers||$5,800|
|4||Adam Thielen||vs. Lions||$6,600|
|5||CeeDee Lamb||vs. Giants||$6,200|
|6||Amari Cooper||vs. Giants||$6,100|
Christian McCaffrey is listed as Doubtful and will likely miss another week. That's extremely significant since Matt Rhule and Joe Brady used D.J. Moore out of the backfield at times last week to minimize the effect of McCaffrey's loss. At the wide receiver position, Moore ranks tied for second in targets (42), tied for second in receptions (30), fourth in receiving yards (398), and he's caught three touchdowns as well. And he gets to play in a favorable matchup in one of the best fantasy games of the week.
Davante Adams ranks tied for first in targets (45), first in receptions (31), and fifth in receiving yards (373) at the wide receiver position. He'll benefit from playing in one of the best fantasy games of the week against a Bengals defense that has yet to be tested in 2021.
Like Davante Adams, Ja'Marr Chase also gets to play in this potential shootout. Chase will benefit from the absence of Jaire Alexander due to injury and gets to play at home against a Packers defense that ranks 23rd in DVOA and 20th in pass DVOA. Chase has scored four touchdowns through four games and has hit big play after big play to begin the season.
The Vikings passing offense is in an incredible spot at home against a Lions defense that ranks 31st in DVOA and 30th in pass DVOA. Vegas agrees as the Vikings Implied Team Total of 29.5 is tied for the second-most of the entire week. That helps Adam Thielen who is still a clear-cut top two receiving option for Kirk Cousins. Thielen has carried his incredible touchdown momentum over from 2020 as he has four touchdowns through four weeks.
Dak Prescott leads a Cowboys offense ranked third in DVOA and ranks tied for third in pass touchdowns (10). He gets to play at home in a game with a surprisingly high Over/Under (52) against a Giants defense that ranks 27th in DVOA and 24th in pass DVOA. Despite Dalto Schultz hogging the passing production the past few weeks, we should not expect that to continue and remain consistent. Instead, it should be projected that Dallas' two incredible wide receivers should benefit from this favorable spot, especially with Michael Gallup not around to steal targets. In fact, Lamb and Cooper still lead the Cowboys in targets and receiving yards so far on the year.
|1||Darren Waller||vs. Bears||$7,300|
|2||Dallas Goedert||at Panthers||$5,100|
|3||Zach Ertz||at Panthers||$3,400|
|4||Dalton Schultz||vs. Giants||$4,400|
Darren Waller leads all tight ends in targets (39), ranks tied for first in receptions (24), second in receiving yards (274), and has scored twice as well. If the salary is there for your squad, Waller is the clear-cut top tight end option on the main slate this week.
This Eagles at Panthers game is one I'm gravitating to and Jalen Hurts gets a Panthers defense that got exploited by Dak Prescott in their first tough matchup of the season in Week 4. Dallas Goedert and Zach Ertz are both significant contributors in Philadelphia's passing game and both project to benefit from this fantasy-friendly atmosphere against the Panthers.
Dalton Schultz has 12 catches on 15 targets for 138 yards and three touchdowns over the past two weeks. Clearly, Michael Gallup's absence has increased Schultz's outlook in one of the best offenses in football. Schultz showed last season he is a solid player and he gets a favorable matchup in this one against a Giants defense that is one of the worst in the league at covering the tight end position.
|1||New England Patriots||at Texans||$4,900|
|2||Minnesota Vikings||vs. Lions||$3,000|
|3||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||vs. Dolphins||$4,700|
Bill Belichick eats rookie quarterbacks alive, Davis Mills is only starting because Tyrod Taylor got hurt, and the Texans have less offensive talent than an expansion franchise would have. The Texans have the lowest Implied Team Total (15.75) of the week and Mills is coming off a horrendous performance where he threw for only 87 yards, had four interceptions, and was sacked three times.
A Mike Zimmer defense wasn't going to be terrible forever and they finally got back on track last week, sacking Baker Mayfield three times and only allowing 155 passing yards. They now get to play at home against a Lions team tied for the third-lowest Implied Team Total (19.5) of the week.
Tua Tagovailoa and Will Fuller V are both out and DeVante Parker is a game-time decision. Despite many injuries on Tampa Bay's defense as well, this is still a favorable spit against backup Jacoby Brissett. The Dolphins have the second-lowest Implied Team Total (18.75) of the week.
|1||Kyler Murray||vs. 49ers||$8,000|
|2||Jalen Hurts||at Panthers||$7,000|
|3||Sam Darnold||vs. Eagles||$6,600|
|4||Joe Burrow||vs. Packers||$6,100|
|5||Trey Lance||at Cardinals||$5,700|
Kyler Murray leads a Cardinals offense that ranks sixth in DVOA and he ranks third in passing yards (1,274), tied for fifth in pass touchdowns (9), and has added 109 yards and three touchdowns on the ground. Murray is competing with Patrick Mahomes II to be the QB1 overall this season and gets to play at home in of the best fantasy games of the week against a depleted 49ers defense that is relying on Josh Norman to play significant snaps in 2021. And with Jimmy Garoppolo out and a similar dual-threat quarterback in Trey Lance getting the start on the other side, this game has shootout potential. Lance is inexperienced and being forced into action due to Garoppolo's injury but he's still worth a look in tournaments thanks to his affordable price and rushing upside. Lance ran for 41 yards in limited action last week and legitimately has the three-point DraftKings bonus 100 yard rushing day within his range of outcomes.
This Eagles at Panthers game is the one I'm gravitating to in tournaments. Jalen Hurts and Sam Darnold have both exceeded expectations so far and have favorable matchups. Darnold gets an Eagles defense that ranks 24th in DVOA and 22nd in pass DVOA and Hurts gets a Panthers defense that got exploited by Dak Prescott in their first tough matchup of the season in Week 4. Darnold ranks sixth in passing yards (1,189) and Hurts ranks ninth (1,167) and both offer extreme rushing upside. Darnold has five rush touchdowns and Hurts has 226 rushing yards and a touchdown on the ground so far.
I'm highly intrigued in this Packers vs. Bengals AKA Aaron Rodgers vs. Joe Burrow matchup and believe both sides can be considered in all DFS formats. Aaron Rodgers will exploit an overrated Bengals defense, forcing Burrow to keep his foot on the gas pedal. And with blue-chip Green Bay defenders, Jaire Alexander and Za'Darius Smith, both out, Burrow should find plenty of success himself. Joe Mixon is all but ruled out and Tee Higgins will return this week. After an "I'm for real and one of the next superstars of this league" comeback statement victory on Thursday Night Football against the Jaguars last week, the stars are aligning for Burrow to keep his momentum going at home in this potential shootout.
|1||Alexander Mattison||vs. Lions||$5,500|
|2||Nick Chubb||at Chargers||$6,700|
|3||Damien Harris||at Texans||$5,500|
|4||Aaron Jones||at Bengals||$7,900|
|5||Austin Ekeler||vs. Browns||$7,600|
|6||Saquon Barkley||at Cowboys||$7,300|
Dalvin Cook is trending toward being ruled out so we pivot to Alexander Mattison. Mattison received 32 opportunities in relief of Cook a few weeks ago and now gets to play at home against a Lions defense that ranks 31st in DVOA and 30th in run DVOA. And Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer believes in pounding the rock and getting his running back involved in the passing game.
Nick Chubb hasn't scored in back-to-back games yet has run for at least 83 yards in all four contests and now gets to play against the Chargers run funnel defense. Through four weeks, it appears Coach of the Year candidate, Brandon Staley, is comfortable giving up rushing yards as long as it means mitigating the opposing team's passing potency. The Chargers rank ninth in defensive DVOA yet only rank 25th in run DVOA. Expect a heavy dose of Chubb in this one, which could end up paying off in tournaments since he does not project to be highly owned.
Almost the entire Patriots offensive line is banged up or on the COVID-19 list, pouring some cold water on this one. But we need to ask ourselves how much this development will even matter against a Texans defense that ranks 31st in run DVOA and a Texans team that will be starting Davis Mills at quarterback. New England is an eight and a half-point favorite in this spot and Damien Harris has a 26 opportunity game on his resume back in Week 1. A favorable game script should pave the way for another 20+ opportunity day on Sunday, especially with James White on Injured Reserve.
I'm highly intrigued in this Packers vs. Bengals AKA Aaron Rodgers vs. Joe Burrow matchup and believe both sides can be considered in all DFS formats. The Bengals defense is rated highly according to DVOA through four weeks but a quick glance at their schedule reminds us they've faced Kirk Cousins, Andy Dalton, Ben Roethlisberger, and Trevor Lawrence so far. They're in for a rude awakening this week against Aaron Rodgers and that will favor Aaron Jones, one of the best dual-threat running backs in the league, who ranks 13th in opportunities per game (17.5).
All signs point toward Austin Ekeler posting a top-five running back fantasy season in 2021. The Chargers rank 11th in offensive DVOA and Ekeler has been a big part of that success as he ranks 13th in the league in opportunities per game (17.5), fifth in total yards (424), and tied for second in total touchdowns (4). The tough defensive matchup will lower Ekeler's ownership percentage yet regardless of the outcome, I see Justin Herbert and the offense finding enough success in this one for the dual-threat Ekeler to post a solid game.
Saquon Barkley has seen 23 and 19 opportunities over his past two games and totaled 103 rushing yards, 117 receiving yards, and three touchdowns over that span. The dual-threat Barkley is all the way back and now gets to play in a favorable fantasy game against a Cowboys defense that only ranks 19th in run DVOA despite their solid start to the year.
|1||Justin Jefferson||vs. Lions||$7,700|
|2||DeAndre Hopkins||vs. 49ers||$7,600|
|3||Allen Robinson||at Raiders||$5,500|
|4||A.J. Brown||at Jaguars||$6,500|
|5||Jakobi Meyers||at Texans||$5,600|
|6||Laviska Shenault Jr||vs. Titans||$4,800|
|7||Tee Higgins||vs. Packers||$5,000|
|8||Antonio Brown||vs. Dolphins||$5,200|
|9||DeVonta Smith||at Panthers||$5,900|
|10||Darnell Mooney||at Raiders||$4,700|
|11||Christian Kirk||vs. 49ers||$4,900|
Justin Jefferson has scored in three straight games and looks completely unstoppable. Clearly, Detroit has no one that can even remotely stay with him. At home against a Lions defense that ranks 31st in DVOA and 30th in pass DVOA, Jefferson has slate-breaking upside here.
This 49ers at Cardinals contest featuring two dual-threat quarterbacks has shootout potential and we know the kind of player DeAndre Hopkins and the kind of upside he can bring to the table. After a slow start to the season by his standards (Despite scoring three touchdowns already), look for Hopkins to be low owned despite the juicy matchup against a banged-up 49ers defense. And despite only catching one pass last week, don't forget about Christian Kirk. Kirk has lined up in the slot on 90.8% of his snaps so far this season after only doing so on 16.3% of his snaps in 2020. This is a significant development and one that should benefit Kirk since the slot is his natural position.
Darnell Mooney leads the Bears in targets, receptions, and receiving yards through four weeks and his playmaking skillset pairs perfectly with Justin Fields' big arm. That was on display last week as Mooney caught five of his seven targets for 125 yards. He's an intriguing play against an average Raiders defense but it's his teammate I'm most interested in. Allen Robinson has had a very slow start to the year but as Robert Woods just reminded everyone on Thursday night, years of elite production matters way more than a four-game sample size, especially when that small sample size is dominated by Andy Dalton and then Justin Fields not being put in a position to succeed against the Browns. Well, now Bill Lazor is calling plays and the Bears will have to rely more on Robinson with David Montgomery out due to injury. The best part: Robinson only costs $5,500.
A.J. Brown returns this week to an incredible matchup against a Jaguars defense that ranks 30th in DVOA and dead last in pass DVOA. Brown's teammate, Julio Jones, is out with an injury here and the Titans truly have very little else to throw to. Brown has struggled out of the gate this season but let's remember he's posted back-to-back 1,000+ yard receiving seasons on limited volume to begin his career. He offers slate-breaking upside in this spot.
Mac Jones has been impressive to begin his NFL career, completing 70% of his passes while completing the third-most passes (112) in the league to date. James White's injury is significant because it reduces the number of targets being funneled to the pass-catching running back role in New England. Instead, look for more targets to go Jakobi Meyers' way. Meyers ranks tied for seventh in targets (40) and tied for eighth in catches (27) yet only ranks 31st in receiving yards (246) at the wide receiver position. We love to see the volume and in a favorable matchup, the yards could end up being there in this one as well in this one.
D.J. Chark Jr's injury paves the way for more opportunities for Laviska Shenault Jr. This should be the case because he's a talented player but will be regardless simply because Jacksonville has little talent behind him and Marvin Jones Jr. In fact, Tavon Austin played on 41 snaps and ran 21 routes last week. Yes, that Tavon Austin. Shenault caught six of seven targets for 99 yards in Week 4 and now gets a Titans defense that ranks 26th in DVOA and 25th in pass DVOA.
Tee Higgins returns this week from injury and becomes a sneaky tournament play in a favorable fantasy game. Higgins played on 74% and 91% of the snaps, respectively, through the first two weeks prior to getting hurt and projects to jump right back into his full-time role in the offense. And with Joe Mixon going down and Joe Burrow now four games into his 2021 season, leaving his 2020 knee injury in the rear-view mirror, look for the Bengals offense to run through Burrow in this one. That helps Higgins as does the fact Jaire Alexander will miss this game due to injury. And of course, the best part from a tournament perspective, Higgins is priced at only $5,000 and will likely be 7% owned or less. Yes, Ja'Marr Chase has had a great start to his career but that doesn't take away how impressive Higgins' rookie year was in 2020. Higgins is plenty capable of leading the Bengals in targets and receiving production this week.
Antonio Brown returned from absence due to being on the COVID-19 list and immediately saw 11 targets, catching seven of them for 63 yards against the Patriots. Brown and Brady came very close to connecting on multiple deep touchdowns last week as well. Despite Brown's continued heavy involvement in Tampa Bay's offense and the absence of Rob Gronkowski this week due to injury, Brown is still only $5,200. Miami is banged up on offense and will likely struggle to find success, meaning Brady should have the ball a lot in this one. If so, he'll be able to dictate this game from start to finish and that will mean at least one of his pass-catchers should be in for a big game. My bet is on Brown.
DeVonta Smith's film continues to be scintillating. He just needs a quarterback to get him the ball and if so, he has superstar written all over him. Jalen Hurts looks capable of helping him get there as he aided in Smith's breakout game in the NFL last Sunday. Smith caught seven of ten targets for 122 yards in a great fantasy game against the Chiefs. That stat line could be repeatable in this similar favorable fantasy environment against the Panthers. A lot of points should be scored in this one.
|1||Mike Gesicki||at Buccaneers||$4,200|
|2||Dan Arnold||vs. Titans||$2,900|
|3||Tyler Conklin||vs. Lions||$3,500|
|4||Jonnu Smith||at Texans||$3,300|
Will Fuller V is out and DeVante Parker is a game-time decision. Those are significant developments for Mike Gesicki, who has played over 60+% of the offensive snaps in three straight games. Gesicki has run 104 routes and seen 24 targets over that time span. A tight end by name only, Miami utilizes Gesicki like a wide receiver as he has lined up in the slot on 73.7% of his snaps this season. The situation is fantastic as the Dolphins will have to throw a ton to keep up with the Buccaneers, Tampa Bay has a run funnel defense, and the matchup is a favorable one as the Buccaneeers will be without cornerbacks Carlton Davis, Sean Murphy-Bunting, and Jamel Dean.
The only tight end that has lined up in the slot on a higher percentage of his snaps than Mike Gesicki is Dan Arnold. The Jaguars traded for Arnold and just days later had him run 11 routes on Thursday Night Football in Week 4. Urban Meyer's offense has heavily utilized the tight end position so far this season and Arnold is only $2,900 in a favorable matchup against a Titans defense that ranks 26th in DVOA and 25th in pass DVOA.
Tyler Conklin's snap percentages this season are 71%, 80%, 72%, and 85%, respectively. He's playing a ton and that has resulted in eight and six targets over his past two games, respectively. Yet Conklin is still priced like a part-time player. At only $3,500 Conklin is very intriguing in a favorable spot against a Lions defense that ranks 31st in DVOA and 30th in pass DVOA.
Shoutout to one of the best in the business, T.J. Hernandez with 4for4, for this incredible tweet nugget:
Jonnu Smith:— TJ Hernandez (@TJHernandez) October 7, 2021
â–º Leader in targets per route run among TEs
â–º Tied for most targets inside 10-yard line among TEs
â–º Texans last in schedule-adjusted points allowed to TEs
â–º Pats implied total over 24 for just second time this season
â–º $3300 on DK , sub 5% ownership projection
Jonnu offers hidden upside in this spot at only $3,300 and a projected extremely low ownership.
|1||Denver Broncos||at Steelers||$4,200|
|2||Dallas Cowboys||vs. Giants||$2,800|
|3||Los Angeles Chargers||vs. Browns||$2,700|
|4||Washington Football Team||vs. New Orleans||$2,300|
Vic Fangio leads one of the best defenses in football. The Broncos rank seventh in DVOA, seventh in pass DVOA, and ninth in run DVOA. They get to attack Ben Roethlisberger, who very clearly is not even remotely the player he used to be. Pittsburgh has the seventh-lowest Implied Team Total (20.5) of the week.
Daniel Jones is playing better in his third year but he has fumbled three times so far and is the same player that fumbled 29 times combined over his first two seasons. Meanwhile, the Cowboys defense is playing better as well. Dallas ranks tenth in defensive DVOA, ninth in pass DVOA, and 19th in run DVOA. Trevon Diggs is a defensive player of the year candidate and the Cowboys are seven-point favorites at home in this spot.
Baker Mayfield played terribly last Sunday and after the game, it was reported he suffered a partially torn labrum in his left shoulder in Week 2 against the Texans. The Chargers are 2.5 point home favorites playing against a banged-up quarterback and only cost $2,700. The Brandon Staley factor alone should make them more expensive than this.
Washington's defense has been horrendous to begin 2021 but they still have playmakers on that side of the ball that include Chase Young and Montez Sweat. They get to play at home in this one against Jameis Winston, a quarterback Sean Payton very clearly doesn't trust. They only cost $2,300.
Key Injuries and Suspensions
- Jimmy Garoppolo OUT - Upgrade Trey Lance
- George Kittle OUT - Upgrade Deebo Samuel, Brandon Aiyuk, Ross Dwelley, and Mohamed Sanu
- A.J. Brown IN and Julio Jones OUT - Upgrade A.J. Brown
- Christian McCaffrey OUT - Upgrade D.J. Moore, Robby Anderson, Chuba Hubbard, and Terrace Marshall Jr
- Joe Mixon likely OUT - Upgrade the Bengals Passing Game and Samaje Perine
- David Montgomery OUT - Upgrade Damien Williams
- James White OUT - Upgrade Damien Harris, Jakobi Meyers, Kendrick Bourne, Jonnu Smith, and Hunter Henry
- Chase Edmonds Game Time Decision - Upgrade James Conner
- D.J. Chark Jr OUT - Upgrade Marvin Jones Jr and Laviska Shenault Jr
- Jerry Jeudy, K.J. Hamler, and Albert Okwuegbunam OUT and Courtland Sutton Questionable - Upgrade Tim Patrick and Noah Fant
- Jaire Alexander and Za'Darius Smith OUT - Upgrade Bengals passing attack
- Logan Thomas OUT - Upgrade Terry McLaurin, Curtis Samuel, and Ricky Seals-Jones
- Will Fuller V and DeVante Parker OUT - Upgrade Jaylen Waddle and Mike Gesicki
- Buccaneers Cornerbacks: Carlton Davis, Sean Murphy-Bunting, and Jamel Dean all OUT and Jason Pierre-Paul also OUT - Upgrade Jaylen Waddle and Mike Gesicki
- Frank Ragnow (Lions Center) OUT - Upgrade Vikings D/ST
- Rob Gronkowski OUT - Upgrade Antonio Brown, Chris Godwin, Mike Evans, and Cameron Brate
- Patriots Offensive Line: Shaq Mason Trent Brown OUT and Isaiah Wynn and Mike Onwenu on COVID-19 reserve list - Upgrade Texans D/ST
- Eagles Offensive Line: Lane Johnson, Brandon Brooks, and Isaac Seumalo all OUT - Upgrade Panthers D/ST
- Jarvis Landry OUT - Upgrade Odell Beckham Jr, Donovan Peoples-Jones, Rashard Higgins, Anthony Schwartz, and Austin Hooper
- Sterling Shepard and Darius Slayton OUT - Upgrade Saquon Barkley, Kenny Golladay, Kadarius Toney, Evan Engram, and John Ross
- Marquez Valdes-Scantling OUT - Upgrade Davante Adams, Allen Lazard, Randall Cobb, and Robert Tonyan Jr
- Jaycee Horn (Panthers Cornerback) OUT - Upgrade Eagles passing attack
- K'Waun Williams (49ers Cornerback) OUT - Upgrade Cardinals passing attack
- Greg Newsome II (Browns Cornerback) OUT - Upgrade Chargers passing attack
- Blake Martinez (Giants Line Backer) OUT - Upgrade Ezekiel Elliott and Tony Pollard
- Elijah Mitchell IN
- Tee Higgins IN
Favorite Tournament Stacks and Game Correlation Plays
- Joe Burrow, Tee Higgins, and Davante Adams
- Kyler Murray, DeAndre Hopkins, and Christian Kirk
- Sam Darnold, D.J. Moore, and DeVonta Smith
- Kirk Cousins, Justin Jefferson, and Adam Thielen