Jerry Donabedian is all-in on Gardner Minshew and D.J. Chark, hoping to take advantage of the Jaguars' newfound focus on downfield passing.
Jerry Donabedian is building his Week 5 lineups around Leonard Fournette, along with a variety of players from the Falcons-Texans game.
Jerry Donabedian will build his tournament lineups around Lamar Jackson and Marquise Brown, hoping to take advantage of an injury-plagued Cleveland secondary.
Jerry Donabedian sees potential for elevated snap volume in the Panthers-Cardinals contest, making Larry Fitzgerald a great DFS play as part of a stack or on his own.
On a DFS slate with too many good options to choose from, Alvin Kamara is one of the few players who fits perfectly in any lineup construction.
Hunter Henry's first chance in a three-down role comes against a Colts defense that allowed a league-high 1,194 receiving yards to tight ends last season.
While a number of teams will be taking it easy on superstar players, the Giants may lean on Saquon Barkley to end an ugly season on a high note.
A matchup with Houston should encourage Doug Pederson to chuck the ball around, and there's always a small chance Nick Foles can pad his stats with a reception.
Even after accounting for ownership, a Patriots-Steelers stack is the best play for Week 15.
Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams get an ideal matchup to ease into the post-McCarthy era.
Spencer Ware belongs in all DFS lineups following his unexpected ascent to the lead role in the Kansas City backfield.
Matt Breida is a perfect centerpiece for any DFS lineup, including those that stack the 49ers-Bucs game.
Saquon Barkley catches enough balls to be included in a Bucs-Giants passing stack, and he's also an excellent stand-alone option in lineups that stack a different game.
Squaring off with his former team, Dion Lewis tops the Week 10 value list after dominating backfield work in Monday's win over the Cowboys.
Kenny Golladay and Emmanuel Sanders are in good spots to take advantage of an uptick in target volume after the trade deadline.
James Conner should be worth every penny and then some against a Cleveland defense he's already eaten alive once this season.
The Bucs-Falcons game is loaded with value to an extent that outweighs any concerns about high ownership.
Christian McCaffrey lands in a perfect spot for a huge outing, but it'll be tough to fit him in lineups that stack the Falcons-Steelers game.
The Texans-Colts game is being overlooked for stacking potential, while Bengals-Falcons is getting more love than it deserves.
The Chargers provide the Rams with their first real test of the season, potentially setting up a pass-heavy contest on both sides.
Tevin Coleman is headed for a huge workload at a mid-level price, helping us fit a Chiefs-Steelers passing stack without sacrificing much at RB.
With the masses gravitating toward Alvin Kamara and Texans-Patriots, a lineup based around David Johnson and a Bengals-Colts stack sets up nicely for large tournaments.