- Chiefs at Washington - Over/Under 54.5
- Chargers at Ravens - Over/Under 51
- Cardinals at Browns - Over/Under 48.5
- Cowboys at Patriots - Over/Under 51
- Vikings at Panthers - Over/Under 46.5
Favorite Additional Spots
- Colts at home vs. the Texans - Implied Team Total 27
- Packers on the road against the Bears - Implied Team Total 25
- Bengals on the road against the Lions - Implied Team Total 25
- Rams on the road against the Giants - Implied Team Total 28.75
- Broncos at home vs. the Raiders - Implied Team Total 24
|1||Lamar Jackson||vs. Chargers||$7,400|
|2||Carson Wentz||vs. Texans||$5,400|
|3||Joe Burrow||at Lions||$6,300|
|4||Mac Jones||vs. Cowboys||$5,200|
Lamar Jackson is putting together another MVP campaign in 2021. He ranks fifth in passing yards (1,519) and eighth in the league at any position in rushing yards (341). He'll play at home in one of the best fantasy games of the week with an Over/Under set at 51. Jackson being a dual-threat here helps since the Chargers defense overall is decent, but their run defense stinks (31st in run DVOA).
Carson Wentz turned in his best performance of the season last week on Monday Night Football throwing for 402 yards and two touchdowns. This was the first time in Wentz's career he threw for over 400 yards in a game and even though Monday's contest went into overtime, Wentz never touched the ball in the extra period. He seems to be pairing well with his former offensive coordinator in Philadelphia, Frank Reich. He's now only $5,400 at home against one of the worst teams in football. The Texans rank middle of the pack in defensive DVOA (15th).
Joe Burrow's passing yardage numbers haven't been very impressive yet he continues to get it done as he's thrown 11 touchdowns on the season, which ranks eighth-most. Burrow is in a great spot this week to keep the touchdowns rolling against a Lions defense that ranks 29th in overall defensive DVOA and 27th in pass DVOA.
The Cowboys defense has allowed the fifth-fewest rushing yards (397) and the second-most passing yards (1,555) on the season. Damien Harris is listed as questionable and even if he plays, he's not likely to be 100% due to an injury to his ribs. This sets up as a Mac Jones passing day as the Patriots will likely be playing from behind and regardless, will likely decide their best offensive gameplan is to pass anyway. Jones is only $5,200 and after getting close numerous times already, likely hits the 300-yard passing bonus on Sunday.
|1||Kareem Hunt||vs. Cardinals||$6,200|
|2||Austin Ekeler||at Ravens||$7,900|
|3||Dalvin Cook||at Panthers||$7,700|
|4||Devontae Booker||vs. Rams||$5,400|
Kareem Hunt averages a solid 15.2 opportunities per game and that's with Nick Chubb doing his thing and seeing 19 opportunities per game in his own right. Chubb won't play this week and the Cardinals won't have their head coach and offensive coordinator, Kliff Kingsbury, or their QB Coach, Cam Turner, who are both out due to COVID-19 protocol. The Browns get to play at home in what is shaping up as a likely Cleveland victory. When healthy, Hunt was a bellcow without Chubb in 2020, and that projects to be the case in this one as well.
Austin Ekeler ranks tied for tenth in the league in opportunities per game (18.4) and is receiving all of the money touches (targets and goal-line carries) in one of the best and most aggressive offenses in football. He gets to play in one of the best fantasy games of the week and has a favorable matchup against a Ravens defense that ranks 19th in run DVOA and 20th in pass DVOA.
Dalvin Cook has been removed from the injury report and finally, hopefully, will be all systems go in Week 6. Cook ranks fifth in the league in opportunities per game (22.3) and that includes games where he got banged-up as well. The running back is the centerpiece on offense for a Mike Zimmer-coached team and despite Carolina's great defensive start to the season, they are more vulnerable against the run (12th in run DVOA) than the pass (second in run DVOA).
Saquon Barkley got injured early in Week 5 and that led to Devontae Booker playing 60 snaps, running 30 routes, receiving 20 opportunities, and touching the ball 19 times. Booker scored a touchdown both on the ground and through the air and once again projects for a significant workload this week as well. The Giants are at home and the Rams are a middle-of-the-pack defense as they rank 15th in run DVOA.
|1||Davante Adams||at Bears||$9,000|
|2||Cooper Kupp||at Giants||$7,900|
|3||Courtland Sutton||vs. Raiders||$6,200|
|4||Ja'Marr Chase||at Lions||$6,700|
|5||D.J. Moore||vs. Vikings||$7,300|
|6||Justin Jefferson||at Panthers||$8,000|
|7||Kadarius Toney||vs. Rams||$5,600|
|8||Amon-Ra St. Brown||vs. Bengals||$4,200|
Davante Adams leads the league in targets per game (12.2), catches (42), and receiving yards (579). The Adams and Aaron Rodgers connection remains elite and despite the Bears overall solid defensive numbers (fourth in pass DVOA), Adams has projected matchups with Jaylon Johnson, Kindle Vildor, and Duke Shelley according to Pro Football Focus. None of these guys can touch Adams.
Cooper Kupp ranks second in targets per game (11.2), tied for second in receptions (37), and third in receiving yards (523). He has a great matchup against a Giants defense that ranks 26th in overall defensive DVOA and 22nd in pass DVOA.
No Jerry Jeudy, K.J. Hamler, or Albert Okwuegbunam means we must project more volume to go Courtland Sutton's way. Despite a mid-week ankle injury prior to Week 5, Sutton still caught seven of 11 targets for 120 yards and a touchdown against the Steelers. Sutton's double-digit target projection means he's severely underpriced at only $6,200. The only thing keeping him in the cash section instead of the tournament section is his projected matchup with Casey Hayward, who pro Football Focus currently has ranked as their #1 cornerback so far this season. Still, individual cornerback analysis is largely overanalyzed.
Ja'Marr Chase can not be stopped. Chase is only averaging seven targets per game yet ranks seventh in the league in receiving yards (456) and tied for second in receiving touchdowns (5). He's already proven to be the elite prospect we believed he was and now gets a scintillating matchup against a Lions defense that ranks 29th in overall defensive DVOA and 27th in pass DVOA.
With Christian McCaffrey out once again, D.J. Moore projects to continue taking on a bigger workload. Moore ranks eighth in targets per game (10), fourth in catches (35), and ninth in receiving yards (440). Moore's seven targets last week were actually a season-low after seeing 35 total targets over the three weeks prior. Look for Moore to get back to double-digit targets in this one.
Justin Jefferson is arguably the best Wide Receiver in football and he plays with a competent Quarterback in Kirk Cousins who has the Vikings currently ranked 11th in the league in offensive pass DVOA. Jefferson ranks tied for 14th in the league in targets per game (9) and ranks sixth in receiving yards (462). Clearly, Jefferson is a great play every week but he lands in the cash section because his upside projects to be capped against a Panthers defense that ranks second-best in pass DVOA.
No Saquon Barkley and Kenny Golladay means Kadarius Toney should once again receive a heavy target share. Toney had a solid game in Week 4, catching six of nine targets for 78 yards. Yet he truly erupted last Sunday, catching 10 passes on 13 targets for 189 yards. Toney is priced at only $5,600 and projects to be in a favorable passing game script with the Giants expected to be playing from behind. And the Rams are an average pass defense as they rank 16th in pass DVOA.
The injury to Quintez Cephus should open up more playing time for Amon-Ra St. Brown, who already has caught 13 of 16 targets for 135 total receiving yards over the past two weeks. It's tough to find players with this solid of a target projection priced at only $4,200 that make sense in cash. St. Brown fits the bill if paying up for studs elsewhere.
|1||Dalton Schultz||at Patriots||$4,900|
|2||Mark Andrews||vs. Chargers||$5,200|
|3||Tyler Higbee||at Giants||$4,400|
Dalton Schultz had a solid season in 2020 and has followed that up by boxing out Blake Jarwin for playing time in 2021. Schultz ran 25 routes last Sunday compared to Jarwin's 10. And Schultz has been a focal point of the offense over the past three weeks. He has seen target totals of seven, eight, and eight respectively, and caught six passes in every game while totaling three touchdowns over that span. Operating as the starting Tight End and an integral piece for one of the best offenses in football, Schultz is a solid play yet again this week.
Mark Andrews finally had his blowup game in Week 5 on Monday Night Football catching 11 of 13 targets for 147 yards and two touchdowns. The matchup this week with Derwin James minimizes Andrew's upside but he remains an integral part of the Ravens passing offense, which all of a sudden is booming with Lamar Jackson throwing the ball all over the field.
Tyler Higbee continues to play the vast majority of snaps in one of the best offenses in football that ranks third in offensive DVOA and second in offensive pass DVOA. He's priced affordably in favorable matchup against a Giants defense that ranks 26th in overall defensive DVOA and 22nd in pass DVOA. They've also allowed the 13th most fantasy points to the Tight End position according to Fantasypros.
|1||Indianapolis Colts||vs. Texans||$3,500|
|2||Denver Broncos||vs. Raiders||$3,900|
|3||Carolina Panthers||vs. Vikings||$2,900|
The Texans have the lowest Implied Team Total (16.5) of the entire week and the Colts get to play at home yet they're priced extremely reasonably at only $3,500. I'll believe Davis Mills' Week 5 performance was legit once I see it more consistently.
The Broncos rank tenth in overall defensive DVOA and get to play at home against a Raiders team likely still trying to figure out how to operate post-Jon Gruden. The Raiders have the fourth lowest Implied Team Total (20) of the week.
If looking to save salary, the Panthers defense ranks second in overall DVOA through five weeks. They get to play at home in this one and Kirk Cousins is a solid Quarterback, but not one that terrifies us when rostering the opposing defense.
|1||Patrick Mahomes II||at Washington||$8,300|
|2||Matthew Stafford||at Giants||$6,700|
|3||Justin Herbert||at Ravens||$7,300|
|4||Taylor Heinicke||vs. Chiefs||$5,800|
The Chiefs have gotten off to a rocky start to the 2021 season in the wins and losses columns but Patrick Mahomes II continues to be elite. Mahomes ranks seventh in passing yards (1,490) and first in touchdown passes (16) and gets to play in the best fantasy game of the week against a Washington defense that ranks 28th in overall defensive DVOA and 29th in pass DVOA. It helps the Chiefs defense is trash right now as well. Washington should be able to put points on the board, forcing Mahomes to keep his foot on the gas. But if saving salary while still getting action in this one, Taylor Heinicke only costs $5,800. Heinicke gets a Chiefs defense that ranks dead last in defensive DVOA and 31st in pass DVOA. The favorable matchup and game environment should allow Heinicke to post solid passing numbers and he also offers sneaky rushing upside. Heinicke has run for either a touchdown or 40+ yards in three straight games.
The Rams haven't played since last Thursday Night so it's easy to forget just how much Matthew Stafford is crushing this season. Stafford ranks third in passing yards (1,585) and tied for fifth in pass touchdowns (12). He leads a Rams team that ranks third in offensive DVOA and second in offensive pass DVOA. And the matchup is a friendly one against a Giants defense that ranks 26th in overall defensive DVOA and 22nd in pass DVOA.
The Chargers and Justin Herbert have gotten off to an incredible start. They're 4-1 and in first place in the tough AFC West and their offense ranks seventh in DVOA and eighth in pass DVOA. Herbert ranks fourth in passing yards (1,576) and tied for third in pass touchdowns (13). He gets to play in one of the best fantasy games of the week against a beatable Baltimore secondary that ranks 22nd in overall defensive DVOA and 20th in pass DVOA.
|1||Ezekiel Elliott||at Patriots||$7,100|
|2||Joe Mixon||at Lions||$6,400|
|3||Antonio Gibson||vs. Chiefs||$6,500|
|4||Darrell Henderson||at Giants||$6,000|
|5||Chuba Hubbard||vs. Vikings||$5,900|
|6||Khalil Herbert||vs. Packers||$4,600|
The Cowboys balanced offensive approach continues to get it done. Dallas ranks fourth in overall offensive DVOA, fifth in pass DVOA, and third in run DVOA. There is no reason to abandon the run game right now, especially in a matchup with Bill Belichick who is more than happy to give up rushing yards if it means mitigating the overall production of the opponent's passing game. Ezekiel Elliott ranks eighth in opportunities per game (19.2) and gets a Patriots defense that ranks 22nd in run DVOA as opposed to ninth in pass DVOA. The value of the offense, the offense's gameplan, and the matchup all point toward Elliott once again being a great tournament play in Week 6.
Samaje Perine is on the COVID-19 list and head coach, Zach Taylor, indicated on Friday Joe Mixon should get a full workload. Mixon ranks sixth in the league in opportunities per game (20.6) and that includes last week's contest where he only played on 28% of the offensive snaps. Cincinnati has shown they'd like to have a balanced offense in order to likely try to protect Joe Burrow, who once again took a nasty hit last Sunday. That balanced approach should be easy to replicate this week against a Lions defense that ranks 29th in overall defensive DVOA and 28th in run DVOA.
Antonio Gibson is listed as questionable with a shin injury yet he had the same designation last week and still played on 57% of the offensive snaps and scored 21.2 DraftKings points in Week 5. Gibson shares time with J.D. McKissic yet still ranks tied for tenth in the league in opportunities per game (18.4). A dual-threat who can take it to the house on every touch, Gibson is a great upside tournament play at home in the best fantasy game of the week against a Chiefs defense that ranks dead last in both overall defensive DVOA and run DVOA.
Darrell Henderson is a bit tough to project as he's been in and out of the lineup with injuries multiple times this season and my belief is Sony Michel will continue to carve out a role for himself in this Rams offense. Still, Henderson has two games this year at 90+% of the offensive snaps and he ranks 12th in the league in opportunities per game (18.3). The Rams are eight-point favorites and Henderson has a fantastic matchup against a Giants defense that ranks 26th in both overall defensive DVOA and run DVOA.
Christian McCaffrey will miss yet another game meaning Chuba Hubbard's value is as high as ever. Hubbard played on a season-high 65% of the offensive snaps and saw a whopping 30 total opportunities in Week 5. He touched the ball 29 times for 134 total yards. He now gets to play at home against a Vikings defense that ranks 20th in run DVOA.
David Montgomery is out with an injury and Damien Williams is out due to COVID-19 protocol. The next man up is Khalil Herbert, who already played on 53% of the offensive snaps and received 18 carries in Week 5 while sharing time with Williams. Herbert projects to receive 20+ touches at home in a favorable matchup against a banged-up Packers defense that ranks 20th in overall defensive DVOA and 29th in run DVOA. Now we just need the Bears to play competitively in this one.
|1||Tyreek Hill||at Washington||$8,500|
|2||Terry McLaurin||vs. Chiefs||$7,100|
|3||Keenan Allen||at Ravens||$6,400|
|4||Jakobi Meyers||vs. Cowboys||$5,500|
|5||Tee Higgins||at Lions||$5,300|
|6||Robert Woods||at Giants||$6,100|
|7||Odell Beckham Jr||vs. Cardinals||$5,100|
|8||Allen Robinson||vs. Packers||$5,300|
|9||Darnell Mooney||vs. Packers||$4,300|
Tyreek Hill is listed as questionable with a quad injury but reportedly looked "normal" in his return to practice on Friday. Since Hill was able to practice on Friday it would be a shock if he misses this contest. If he's out there, we all understand the elite upside Hill possesses, especially in a game like this that projects as a total shootout. The Over/Under sits at 54.5 and both defenses rank in the bottom four in the league in pass DVOA. Mahomes with an incredible matchup is already dangerous enough but with a defense forcing him to keep his foot on the gas all game, watch out. And look no further than back in Week 4 where a similar scenario aided Hill into posting 186 receiving yards and three touchdowns against the Eagles.
This is a tricky one because Terry McLaurin missed practice on Friday due to a hamstring injury and is listed as questionable. Yet, head coach, Ron Rivera, reported McLaurin missing practice was out of "an abundance of caution" and there is optimism he will be out there on Sunday. If so, it's hard to find a better spot than the one McLaurin will be in. Curtis Samuel and Logan Thomas are both out with injuries, leaving McLaurin as the clear-cut alpha in Washington's passing game. And McLaurin already ranks ninth in targets per game (9.8), tied for 14th in receptions (29), and tied for 13th in receiving yards (400) in the entire league. Both defenses in this matchup have been horrendous to begin the 2021 season, which has this game looking like a shootout. Patrick Mahomes II not only having a favorable matchup but also being forced to play aggressively due to a bad defense is an incredible combination for Washington's side as well since the matchup is a beautiful one against a Chiefs defense that ranks dead last in defensive DVOA and 31st in pass DVOA.
Mike Williams is listed as questionable after not practicing all week so either way, this is looking like a great spot to lock in Keenan Allen. We want exposure to this Chargers offense that ranks seventh in DVOA and eighth in pass DVOA. And we want exposure to Justin Herbert who ranks fourth in passing yards (1,576) and tied for third in pass touchdowns (13). Allen hasn't had a blowup game yet but he's been steady and in this offense, we know with volume, the huge games will come. Well, Allen ranks third in targets per game (10.6), tied for fifth in receptions (34), and tied for 20th in receiving yards (369) in the entire league. He's playing in one of the best fantasy games of the week against a Ravens defense that ranks 22nd in overall defensive DVOA and 20th in pass DVOA.
The Cowboys defense has allowed the fifth-fewest rushing yards (397) and the second-most passing yards (1,555) on the season. Damien Harris is listed as questionable and even if he plays, he's not likely to be 100% due to an injury to his ribs. This sets up as a Mac Jones passing day as the Patriots will likely be playing from behind and regardless, will likely decide their best offensive gameplan is to pass anyway. That really excites from a tournament perspective for Jakobi Meyers, who ranks 13th in the entire league in targets per game (9.2), tied for eighth in receptions (31), and tied for 36th in receiving yards (302). Game script and game flow could produce a spike week for Meyers in both the receiving yards and touchdown (He's due!) departments and if so, he'll blow his $5,500 price tag out of the water.
Tee Higgins returned to the lineup last week and received his usual allotment of playing time. Higgins played on 70% of the offensive snaps and caught five of seven targets as well as a two-point conversion late in the game. Yet he only produced 32 receiving yards, which won't get many people excited. Still, his playing time and volume is the same as it has always been in this Bengals offense and that's exciting from a tournament standpoint this week in a great spot against a Lions defense that ranks 29th in overall defensive DVOA and 27th in pass DVOA.
The squeaky wheel certainly got the grease in Week 5 as Sean McVay promised to get Robert Woods more involved, and then delivered. Woods caught 12 of 14 targets for 150 yards and I'm sad this didn't happen on the main slate because I likely would've played him knowing this breakout game was coming sooner rather than later. The overreaction over a small sample size was funny to see. Woods is a full-time player in one of the best offenses in football that ranks third in offensive DVOA and second in offensive pass DVOA. More spike weeks are coming and this could be one of them in a favorable spot against a Giants defense that ranks 26th in overall defensive DVOA and 22nd in pass DVOA.
It won't feel good pushing the button to lock Odell Beckham Jr into your tournament lineup this week but there are some underlying metrics that we should pay attention to. Beckham has played on 79% and 81% of the offensive snaps over the past two weeks, respectively. Jarvis Landry will miss yet another game on Sunday due to injury. Prior to last week's total dud, Beckham had seen 16 total targets over his first two games back. He posted five receptions for 77 yards in one of those games and probably should've scored at least two touchdowns in the other one if Baker Mayfield hadn't missed him in the open field. And now not only has Nick Chubb been ruled out, but the Cardinals coaching staff has been decimated by COVID-19 protocols as well. This should be a solid day for the Browns offense and that could mean a big game from Beckham, who no one will be playing.
Justin Fields has not been good for fantasy to begin his career yet in easy victories over the Lions and Raiders the past two weeks, he hasn't had to be. This contest against the Packers should change that. The Bears offense should be forced to play more aggressively as they project to be playing from behind trying to catch up with Aaron Rodgers on the other side. If so, and if Fields is able to pop some plays downfield with his cannon arm, both Allen Robinson and Darnell Mooney become highly intriguing. Both are extremely affordable and project to play almost the entire game, especially with Chicago down their top two Running Backs. And the matchup is favorable against a Packers defense that ranks 17th in pass DVOA yet will also be without shutdown corner Jaire Alexander. Allen Robinson is listed as questionable though so monitor that situation as game time approaches.
|1||Travis Kelce||at Washington||$7,000|
|2||Hunter Henry||vs. Cowboys||$3,900|
|3||Noah Fant||vs. Raiders||$4,800|
|4||Ricky Seals-Jones||vs. Chiefs||$3,000|
I've written plenty already about how incredible this matchup is between two terrible defenses. Patrick Mahomes II should have a field day yet I'm not sure Travis Kelce's ownership percentage will come in insanely high since he's had a few average games in a row for the high standards we hold him to. Kelce is an incredible play in all formats this weekend. It is also highly intriguing to save $4,000 and still roster a full-time Tight End in this game. With Logan Thomas sidelined last week, Ricky Seals-Jones played on 99% of the offensive snaps, catching five of nine targets for 41 yards. They just straight up gave Seals-Jones the Thomas role. That's exciting since he's only $3,000 and this matchup is so incredible.
The Cowboys defense has allowed the fifth-fewest rushing yards (397) and the second-most passing yards (1,555) on the season. Damien Harris is listed as questionable and even if he plays, he's not likely to be 100% due to an injury to his ribs. This sets up as a Mac Jones passing day as the Patriots will likely be playing from behind and regardless, will likely decide their best offensive gameplan is to pass anyway. That's exciting since Hunter Henry only costs $3,900 despite operating as the clear-cut receiving Tight End for New England in Week 5. Both Henry and Jonnu Smith played 40 snaps yet Henry ran 25 routes compared to Smith's eight.
No Jerry Jeudy, K.J. Hamler, or Albert Okwuegbunam allowed Courtland Sutton to have a big game last Sunday. Yet, with Pro Football Focus' #1 rater corner, Casey Hayward, potentially limiting Sutton a bit in this one, it could be Noah Fant that turns in a big game. Fant is playing over 90% of the offensive snaps now, which is now something he was doing when Okwuegbunam was in the lineup. And according to Fantasypros, the Raiders have allowed the fifth-most fantasy points to the Tight End position through five weeks.
|1||Green Bay Packers||at Bears||$3,600|
|2||Cleveland Browns||vs. Cardinals||$2,600|
|3||Minnesota Vikings||at Panthers||$2,900|
The Packers are banged up on defense but they do get a rookie Quarterback in Justin Fields who has shown no upside in fantasy football yet. The Bears have the third-lowest Implied Team Total (19) of the week.
Arizona losing their head coach/play-caller and QB coach a few days before the game is a significant development we should pay close attention to. The Cardinals still have Kyler Murray and plenty of talent on offense yet coaching is so significant in football. The Browns rank 12th in defensive DVOA and only cost $2,600.
The Vikings are another affordable defense and get to face off with Sam Darnold who all of a sudden is turning the ball over again now that the schedule has gotten tougher. Darnold has thrown five total interceptions over the past two weeks and the Vikings strength on defense is against the pass where they rank sixth in pass DVOA.
Key Injuries and Suspensions
- Kliff Kingsbury (Cardinals' Head Coach and Offensive Coordinator) and Cam Turner (QB Coach) both OUT - Upgrade the Browns
- Christian McCaffrey OUT - Upgrade Chuba Hubbard, D.J. Moore, and Robby Anderson
- Nick Chubb OUT - Upgrade Kareem Hunt
- Saquon Barkley OUT - Upgrade Devontae Booker
- Clyde Edwards-Helaire OUT - Upgrade Darrel Williams and Jerick McKinnon
- Mike Williams Questionable after not practicing all week - Upgrade Keenan Allen, Austin Ekeler, Jalen Guyton, Jared Cook, and Donald Parham Jr
- Curtis Samuel and Logan Thomas both OUT and Terry McLaurin Questionable - Upgrade Terry McLaurin (If Active), Ricky Seals-Jones, DeAndre Carter, and Adam Humphries
- Kenny Golladay OUT and Darius Slayton Questionable - Upgrade Kadarius Toney (Also Questionable but expected to play), Sterling Shepard, and Evan Engram
- Damien Harris Questionable - Upgrade Mac Jones, Jakobi Meyers, Hunter Henry, and Rhamondre Stevenson
- Samaje Perine on COVID-19 List - Upgrade Joe Mixon
- Maxx Williams OUT - Upgrade Christian Kirk, Rondale Moore, and Demetrius Harris
- David Montgomery and Damien Williams OUT - Upgrade Khalil Herbert
- Allen Robinson Questionable - If Robinson sits Upgrade Darnell Mooney and Cole Kmet
- James White OUT - Upgrade Damien Harris, Rhamondre Stevenson, Jakobi Meyers, Kendrick Bourne, and Hunter Henry
- Jerry Jeudy, K.J. Hamler, and Albert Okwuegbunam OUT - Upgrade Courtland Sutton, Tim Patrick, and Noah Fant
- Jarvis Landry OUT - Upgrade Odell Beckham Jr, Donovan Peoples-Jones, Rashard Higgins, David Njoku, and Austin Hooper
- Marquez Valdes-Scantling OUT - Upgrade Davante Adams, Allen Lazard, Randall Cobb, and Robert Tonyan Jr
- Laremy Tunsil (Texans Left Tackle) OUT - Upgrade Colts D/ST
- Frank Ragnow (Lions Center) OUT - Upgrade Bengals D/ST
- Chandler Jones (Cardinals DE) on COVID-19 List and not expected to play - Upgrade Browns offense
- Quintez Cephus OUT - Upgrade Amon-Ra St. Brown, Kalif Raymond, and KhaDarel Hodge
- Darious Williams (Rams Cornerback) OUT - Upgrade Giants passing attack
- Trae Waynes (Bengals Cornerback) OUT - Upgrade Lions passing attack
- Jaire Alexander and Za'Darius Smith OUT - Upgrade Bears passing attack
Favorite Tournament Stacks and Game Correlation Plays
- Patrick Mahomes II, Tyreek Hill, and Travis Kelce
- Patrick Mahomes II, Tyreek Hill, and Ricky Seals-Jones
- Taylor Heinicke, Terry McLaurin, Rcky Seals-Jones, and Tyreek Hill
- Justin Herbert, Keenan Allen, and Austin Ekeler
- Ezekiel Elliott and Jakobi Meyers