FormaL and the rest of the Huntsmen are considering prohibitive favorites Sunday, but does that mean they are the smart choice for DFS users? Joe Bartel discusses the problem in the two-game slate.
Players who used Zer0 in Friday's lineup struck gold, but will the former Subliners slayer be able to replicate the feat in a more difficult Saturday matchup? Joe Bartel discusses the four-game slate.
RotoWire's Joe Bartel previews Friday's four-game Call of Duty on DraftKings, including some key value plays to help pay up for expensive pieces from Minnesota.
Joe Burrow was the first player taken in the 2020 NFL Draft, but which rookie should go first in fantasy drafts?
Joe Bartel suggest Huke might not be a bad pivot if DFS owners want to move away from the predictably high ownership rates of Clayster and others in Sunday's prime-time matchup between the Huntsmen and Empire.
Joe Bartel runs through Saturday's four-game slate, identifying a handful of likely suspects who should run through their competition.
Joe Bartel takes on Day 2 in our fantasy fallout series from this year's draft, where Green Bay's selection of AJ Dillon out of Boston College qualifies as one of the biggest surprises from rounds two and three
Joe Bartel breaks down DraftKings' first Call of Duty action, a four-game slate that should have plenty of fantasy players looking toward the Chicago Huntsmen.
Even if you don't think Tom Brady is the G.O.A.T., he's definitely the all-time greatest NFL Draft steal. Who else made our list?
RotoWire's Joe Bartel breaks down Call of Duty and explains what type of players should be targeted on DraftKings.
RotoWire's Joe Bartel breaks down DraftKings' new simulated Madden 20 contests, including why some of the most important aspects of the game may not matter as much in DFS contests.
With the announcement of NFL Game Pass access being complimentary for the coming months, our NFL writers put together a viewing guide with some of their favorite games and moments from the archive.
With Rudy Gobert's status in question, the Thunder are an enticing bet to win at home.
It's tough to ignore Russell Westbrook props when he's in a game with an over/under of 247.
Will Hassan Whiteside take advantage of Washington's struggling frontcourt?
Alex Barutha and Joe Bartel are focused on the Spurs, while Nick Whalen likes Zion's matchup against Minnesota.
Domantas Sabonis and the Pacers are in a great spot against the struggling Trail Blazers.
The Celtics to cover 4.5 points in Utah is one of the more enticing bets of the day.
Our experts consider how the Green Bay Packers might be able to overcome the San Francisco 49ers this weekend in the NFC Conference Championship game.
Joe thinks Devin Singletary could have a big game in Wild Card Weekend versus the Texans.
Mario explains the high upside he sees in Will Fuller, despite his drops. Joe agrees with Mario, but points out the healthy risk.
Jeff and Joe find themselves in the unique position of recommending Ryan Tannehill.
Joe Bartel and Chris Liss discuss Duke Johnson's fantasy value now that he's a member of the Houston Texans.
Chris Liss and Joe Bartel debate how much Kalen Ballage's presence in Miami will impact Kenyan Drake's fantasy value in 2019.
While everyone is excited over rookie RB Josh Jacobs, don't sleep on veteran Jalen Richard in PPR leagues.
The recent A.J. Green injury news has fans adjusting Green's value. Joe thinks Green might now be a bargain. Jeff does not agree.
Joe and Mario explain why they believe Kerryon Johnson is being undervalued in early drafts.
Sure, Philip Rivers is a very consistent passer, but the lack of rushing gains "is a real handicap", according to Liss. Joe counters with a more optimistic view.
Joe Bartel notes that the Chargers have perhaps the best collection of talent in the NFL, but a potential holdout by Melvin Gordon could torpedo it all.
Liss can't stop gushing about the physical abilities of Patrick Mahomes. Joe tries to temper things.