Jim Coventry says Washington’s lack of a quality offensive line means Akiem Hicks and the Bears’ pass rushers will have a busy day.
Jim Coventry says that once Washington QB Case Keenum finds himself playing from behind, DeMarcus Lawrence and the rest of the Dallas pass rushers are sure to have him on his heels.
Jim Coventry begins the season pointing out players whose value is elevated for the upcoming week, including Fletcher Cox, whose Eagles could be playing with the lead against the Redskins.
Jim Coventry previews the final week of preseason DFS as James Washington looks to solidify his role with the Steelers.
In preparation for late drafts and week 1 lineups, Jim Coventry gives an update on various IDP players including DeMarcus Lawrence, who will be a must-start if he’s on the field Week 1.
Jim Coventry analyzes the Sunday preseason slate as Tennessee's Marcus Mariota might be playing for his job.
Jim Coventry analyzes the Saturday preseason DFS slate as Deshaun Watson should get at least a half worth of snaps for the Texans.
Jim Coventry analyzes the Friday preseason slate as Josh Allen should get decent playing time this week against the Lions.
Jim Coventry previews the Thursday preseason slate as Atlanta's Matt Ryan should play into the third quarter against the Redskins.
Jim Coventry previews the one-game Monday preseason DFS slate as the 49ers' Nick Mullens should get plenty of snaps against the Broncos.
Jim Coventry runs down the list of IDPs who likely will miss time this season, whether it be to injury or suspension, as is the case with Patrick Peterson who is suspended for six games.
Jim Coventry previews the Sunday preseason DFS slate as Tre'Quan Smith should get a chance to do some damage for the Saints.
Jim Coventry picks the Saturday preseason DFS slate as Pittsburgh's James Washington looks lined up for significant playing time as he battles for a starting job.
Jim Coventry previews the Friday preseason DFS action and there's no reason to jump off the Ryan Griffin train now.
Jim Coventry previews the Thursday DFS preseason slate as Brett Hundley should get plenty of snaps for the Cardinals in good matchup against the Raiders.
In the second of his two-part series, Jim Coventry uses projected win totals to help break ties in player valuations on draft day, this week, looking at linebackers including Kiki Alonso and Co.
Jim Coventry analyzes the Saturday DFS slate as Cincinnati's Jeff Driskel could get a lot of snaps as he's playing for his job.
Jim Coventry analyzes the Friday DFS slate as New Orleans' Teddy Bridgewater looks to take advantage of the Vikings' overmatched reserves.
Jim Coventry analyzes the Thursday DFS slate as Chicago's Tyler Bray looks to pick up where he left off last preseason.
In part one of Jim Coventry’s two-part series, he uses projected win totals to help break ties in player valuations on draft day, and unsurprisingly, the Patriots are favored to win the most games in 2019.
Jim Coventry concludes his three-article series with defensive backs, and coming in at third in the rankings is Keanu Neal.
Jim Coventry considers Mitchell Trubisky's development, backfield tinkering and the Bears' fearsome front seven.
In his second of three articles, Jim Coventry aims to help IDP owners find good LB values, like Tampa Bay linebacker Lavonte David, on draft day.
Jim Coventry kicks off the preseason with a three-article series to help IDP owners find outstanding values on draft day and help determine where guys like Calais Campbell should be drafted.
Jim Coventry likes Deone Bucannon and the rest of the Cardinals Linebackers against the Seahawks, who no doubt will be committed to running the football in the last game of the regular season.
The Titans have given up the third-most fantasy points to LBs over the last five weeks, so play Zach Brown and the rest of the Redskins linebackers with confidence, says Jim Coventry.
Jimmy Smith and the Ravens defensive backs should be able to amass solid tackle totals against a pressured Jameis Winston.
It’s likely Baltimore will have to throw more often than they’re comfortable with, so there’s an opportunity for Justin Houston and the rest of the Chiefs’ pass rushers to have one of their better performances of the season.
Jim Coventry expects J.J. Watt and Houston’s defense to collect some solid sack numbers against Cleveland this week.
Jim Coventry says that the Ravens are a top-10 sack unit and should have no problem grabbing a few from the Raiders, who have allowed at least four sacks in three games this season.