Chris Liss regrets dropping Mitchell Trubisky (the first QB he drafted) from his playoff-qualifying NFFC team.
Liss says "I don't see really strong evidence that Tom Brady's done." Jeff isn't so sure.
Jeff asks Liss, "What's Dallas done to be a road favorite here?". It's a fair question -- the Cowboys are favored by three over the Bears on Thursday night.
The Staff likes the Bengals as 8.5-point underdogs in Cleveland this week, along with five other unanimous picks.
Chris Liss doesn't trust Baker Mayfield and the Browns this week, but at this point in the year, you might not have a better option.
Chris Liss likes Andy Dalton and the Bengals getting 8.5 points in Cleveland this week. He also thinks the Patriots should be more than three-point home favorites.
With a tough schedule including tests against divisional rivals and injury considerations, will Minnesota Vikings RB Alexander Mattison see more action?
Jared Goff had more than 400 yards halfway through the third quarter in a rout of the Cardinals Sunday. Chris Liss had made Arizona his best bet.
Rashaad Penny split work with Chris Carson Monday night, but scored twice on 15 carries and four catches.
A lackluster playoff record and a penchant for risky throws hurts the San Diego QB's reputation.
The league's two most automatic players, Christian McCaffrey and Michael Thomas, both put up unexpected duds the same week.
John Brown's 28-yard TD pass to Devin Singletary was the highlight of Chris Liss' Thanksgiving Day.
The Staff likes T.J. Watt and the Steelers getting two points at home against the visiting Browns.
RW NBA Editor Nick Whalen joins Liss and Jeff to discuss Jonathan Isaac's hot start with the Magic.
If the Christian McCaffrey and the Panthers are likely to be more than 50 percent owned in your pool, fade them, so long as you have a team that's at least 70 percent likely to win.
Chris Liss especially likes Kyler Murray and the Cardinals, coming off a bye and getting three points against a Rams squad that got annihilated on Monday night.
The Raiders could pose a threat to an unpredictable Chiefs team.
Chris Liss is grateful for his improbable wins in Week 12 when players like Ryan Fitzpatrick racked up needed points in garbage time.
Lamar Jackson is in Christian McCaffrey/Michael Thomas territory -- he's having a fantasy season for the ages, and there's not much left to say.
After Rashaad Penny's 129 yard, 1 TD performance versus the Eagles, can we finally rely on Penny for consistent production?
It was a miracle Leonard Fournette managed two of his three rushing TDs on the season in the second half of a game when his team trailed 35-3.
Will Fuller's return was a nice boost for Deshaun Watson and the Texans, though the Colts still covered the spread.
How valuable is Indianapolis wide receiver Zach Pascal in fantasy football?
The Staff likes Terry McLaurin and the Redskins getting 3.5 points at home against the visiting Lions.
Jeff has Jared Goff ranked at QB26 for Week 12. He and Liss discuss Goff's disappointing season and the upcoming battle with the Ravens.
Whether you fade Baker Mayfield and the Browns this week depends on how many of your pool-mates are likely to use them.
Chris likes Russell Wilson and the Seahawks as 1.5-point road underdogs in Philadelphia.
Should the Lakers part ways with LeBron James while his value his high?
A small handful of your decisions, like taking Lamar Jackson as your fantasy quarterback, have outsized impact on your results.
Philip Rivers did his best Jameis Winston impression in leading the Chargers to a loss and, more importantly, a non-cover.