Liss and Jeff discuss the implications of the Denver Broncos shifting from Drew Lock (shoulder, pictured) to Jeff Driskel.
The Dolphins dominated on both sides of the ball, but James Robinson still had a huge fantasy game.
The Staff likes Joe Burrow and the Bengals as six-point underdogs in Philadelphia this week.
Chris Liss is fading the 46-percent-owned Colts and backing the four-percent-owned Pats in a pot-odds play.
Chris Liss especially likes Drew Brees and the Saints at home as three-point favorites against the Packers.
With GOAT kickers like Justin Tucker now playing in the league's best offenses, the "wait-till-the-last-two-rounds-to-draft-a-kicker" dogma needs to be retired.
Alvin Kamara had a monster game in a losing cause Monday night and is now the top player in fantasy football.
Aaron Jones was supposed to see some TD regression this year, but he scored three more times on 22 touches Sunday.
Nick Chubb bulldozed the Bengals for 124 yards and two TDs.
Everyone likes Zeke Elliott and the Cowboys laying 4.5 at home against the Falcons
Chris Liss is taking Derrick Henry and the Titans home against the Jaguars in Week 2
Chris Liss likes Dak Prescott and the Cowboys at home and laying only 4.5 points to the Falcons this week.
Chris Liss was excited about his zero-RB team, but unfortunately it's not only about finding the right running backs. His first pick, Michael Thomas, had a bad week and is now nursing a high-ankle sprain.
It wasn't a great night for the Giants, but second-year playmaker Darius Slayton was the exception, hauling in two touchdown catches.
Positive TD regression is real, except in the case of Julio Jones.
Clyde Edwards-Helaire saw a heavy workload, especially around the goal line, but oddly was out of the game on third downs and didn't catch a single pass.
The Staff likes the Lions, Panthers and especially Joe Mixon and the Bengals this week.
Chris Liss is taking T.Y. Hilton and the Colts on the road in Jacksonville.
Chris Liss especially likes Joe Burrow and the Bengals as 3.5-point home dogs to the Chargers.
Chris Liss predicts Dak Prescott will throw 40 touchdowns this season, now that he has CeeDee Lamb and Blake Jarwin in the lineup and Mike McCarthy's pass-heavy approach near the goal line.
Chris Liss took Alvin Kamara with the No. 6 pick in his highest-stakes draft of the year.
Chris Liss went big on Cleveland's Odell Beckham, among others, this year in his six NFL drafts to date.
Chris Liss went big on young, mobile QBs like Kyler Murray in this QB-flex format.
Chris Liss takes Nick Chubb at 1.5 in a non-PPR format.
Chris took rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire at No. 4 overall ahead of superstar Ezekiel Elliott.
Liss is optimistic about Rob Gronkowski having a strong season in Tampa Bay. Jeff isn't so sure.
News breaking out of Arizona is that Kenyan Drake is in a walking boot. Can he be counted on to carry the load for a full season?
Chris Liss went big on two running backs, one of which was Saquon Barkley for $68 of his $200 budget.
When should you buck the rampant early-round running back inflation and pivot to an elite wide receiver like Michael Thomas?
Chris Liss looks at the Fanball/NFFC Best Ball data from 2018-2019. Unsurprisingly, Christian McCaffrey was the biggest impact player both years.