The Staff likes Matthew Stafford and the Lions as one-point home underdogs against the Vikings.
Chris Liss likes George Kittle and the 49ers as a "pot odds" play with the Bills seeing nearly 70 percent ownership this week.
Chris likes Russell Wilson and the Seahawks as 3.5-point home favorites against the visiting Ravens.
The NFL's two top teams, the Patriots and 49ers, are winning with elite defense this year, a stark departure from how last year shook out.
Liss and Jeff discuss who outside of Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce can be trusted for the Chiefs. Hear Liss' take on Sammy Watkins.
The Staff likes Phillip Lindsay and the Broncos as 2.5-point home favorites against the visiting Titans.
If you've used the Patriots, the next best pick is Lamar Jackson and the Ravens hosting the Bengals.
Chris likes Carson Wentz and the Eagles as three-point underdogs in Minnesota this week. He also likes the Giants, Texans, Falcons and Seahawks.
Liss and Jeff re-rank the QB's and give Russell Wilson more love than he received in the preseason.
There are only a few elite quarterbacks like Russell Wilson. For the most part, it's the quality of coaching, scheme and offensive line that determines the fate of the offense.
Liss and Jeff suggest dropping O.J. Howard, after expecting big things from him this Preseason.
There are no unanimous picks this week, but four of five writers like the Steelers getting 3.5 points at home against the Ravens, and two of us made them our best bets.
If you've already used the Patriots, Pat Mahomes and the Chiefs look like the "pot odds" play this week.
Liss and Jeff debate outcomes for JuJu Smith-Schuster in Week 5 at home versus the Ravens.
Chris likes Juju Smith-Schuster and the Steelers as 3.5-point home dogs against the Ravens this week.
Leonard Fournette's impressive 81-yard run was miraculously not called back by a holding penalty.
Liss can't resist Gardner Minshew's magic. D.J. Chark's presence helps provide reason to believe.
Liss and Jeff Derrick Henry's Week 4 fantasy value versus Atlanta. Can Henry become a competent receiver?
Mario and Liss discuss Lamar Jackson's development through three weeks of his second season. Remember, he's only 22 years old.
The Staff has Kyler Murray and the Cardinals as five-point home dogs against the Seahawks as one of its three unanimous picks.
Chris Liss likes the Philip Rivers and the Chargers at Miami ever-so-slightly over the Rams at home against the Buccaneers.
Chris Liss likes Kenyan Drake (truth be told, it was hard to find a picture of a current Dolphin in the files) and the Dolphins getting a whopping 16 points at home against the Chargers.
Liss vents over Baker Mayfield's poor early season start. Jeff says stick with him. Liss has doubts.
People ridiculed Giants GM Dave Gettleman for passing on last year's quarterbacks and reaching for Daniel Jones at pick six, but after one start, it looks like Jones might be the best of the bunch.
Giants fan Chris Liss can't stop talking about Daniel Jones' debut versus Tampa Bay in Week 3. Are the Giant receivers now more valuable?
Liss and Jeff urge you to constantly upgrade your bench. If someone like Marlon Mack is showing injury potential, grab Jordan Wilkins.
Liss points out that Cam Newton has been horrible these first two weeks. Jeff chimes in with how he's ranking Carolina's weapons in Week 3.
The Staff likes Jacoby Brissett and the Colts laying only two points at home against the visiting Falcons.
Chris Liss likes the modestly-used Patriots at home against the Jets, but if you used them last week, the Cowboys make for a strong second choice at home against the Dolphins.
Chris Liss likes Andy Dalton and the Bengals getting six points on the road at Buffalo.