Jerry Donabedian is all-in on Gardner Minshew and D.J. Chark, hoping to take advantage of the Jaguars' newfound focus on downfield passing.
Andrew Laird and Jerry Donabedian preview Sunday's 10-game daily fantasy football slate, including how a stars and scrubs lineup may be a contrarian move.
Jerry Donabedian finally sees light at the end of the tunnel for Stefon Diggs, who has maintained impressive per-target efficiency despite showing some frustration with his scaled-back usage.
Josh Norman and the Washington Redskins are in a state of disarray, but they still have a sizable talent advantage over their Week 6 opponent, the 0-4 Miami Dolphins.
Jerry Donabedian breaks down all 15 games from Week 5, making note of legit No. 1 WR usage for Michael Gallup and Cooper Kupp, among others.
Jerry Donabedian is building his Week 5 lineups around Leonard Fournette, along with a variety of players from the Falcons-Texans game.
Jerry Donabedian uses DVOA to help identify the best and worst matchups of Week 5, including upgrades for Allen Robinson and Calvin Ridley.
Jerry Donabedian sorts out the top choices in a friendly week for streamers, favoring Fletcher Cox and the Eagles against Sam Darnold (or Luke Falk?) and the Jets.
Jerry Donabedian takes a close look at all the Week 4 action, including a pass-first Seahawks gameplan that relied on Russell Wilson to build an early lead.
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 isn't downplaying the concern about James Conner's slow start, but the the panic can be put on hold for at least one week with the Steelers hosting the Bengals on Monday.
Jerry Donabedian picks the best of a shaky bunch in a tricky week for streaming defenses, starting with a Colts team that may be missing two if its best players for Sunday's game against Oakland.
Jerry Donabedian checks out Week 3's playing time trends and notes the Patriots are turning to a spread-out offense that bodes well for Josh Gordon and Phillip Dorsett.
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.
Jerry Donabedian dives into Week 3 matchups and expects big things from Greg Olsen even if Kyle Allen replaces Cam Newton at quarterback.
Jerry Donabedian is cautiously optimistic about Mason Rudolph's long-term prospects, but a trip to San Francisco for his first NFL start only looks promising for the 49ers' defense.
Jerry Donabedian uses an array of statistics to break down all 16 games from Week 2, noting that Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf both have been effective in very different roles for the Seahawks.
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.
Jerry Donabedian analyzes the matchups for Week 2 and expects Sony Michel to bounce back in a big way against a Miami defense that got steamrolled by Mark Ingram and the Ravens last week.
J.J. Watt should get the best of Gardner Minshew, but fantasy owners looking ahead to Week 3 might prefer the Cowboys or Bills instead of the Texans.
Jerry Donabedian does a deep dive into the Week 1 numbers and notes that Mark Andrews was one Raven whose big performance was backed up by his usage.
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.
Jerry Donabedian digs into Week 1's slate and thinks Patrick Peterson's suspension will make the Arizona secondary easy prey for Kenny Golladay and the Lions.
Jadeveon Clowney seems happy to be out of Houston, and he'll be even happier once he sees his Week 1 opponents on the Cincinnati offensive line.
Jerry Donabedian explains how embracing variance in DFS football can lay the foundation for an exciting and profitable NFL season.
Leonard Fournette and Dalvin Cook got three-down usage in their preseason cameos, while Kerryon Johnson shared snaps with C.J. Anderson.
Jerry Donabedian evaluates the implications of preseason playing time in various backfields, including James Conner taking every snap with the first-team offense in Pittsburgh.
Jerry Donabedian tries to figure out an appropriate draft spot for Josh Gordon post-reinstatement.
Jerry Donabedian looks at snap counts from the first week of the preseason, explaining why O.J. Howard's every-down role with the starting offense is far more relevant than his lack of receiving production.
Jerry Donabedian takes a way-too-early look at DraftKings' Week 1 player prices, eyeing an expensive stack from the Falcons-Vikings game.