The 32-year-old Peterson seemingly found the fountain of youth in the desert, and the Cardinals’ schedule portends more success.
Aaron Jones played on a whopping 88 percent of the Packers’ offensive snaps. He has earned himself more time when Ty Montgomery returns.
He exploited the 32nd- (Patriots) and 28th-ranked (Titans) pass defenses. The rookie looked fantastic, but he won’t always have it so easy.
It’s a great sign that one of Lazor’s first acts since being promoted from quarterbacks coach was to feature the highly touted rookie.
Two games into the season, Cooks has little to show for himself, even after the most favorable of matchups against his former team Sunday.
Though McCaffrey didn’t have the point total in Week 1 to match the hype, it’s clear the potential for major production is there.
The vast majority of the populous has already drafted, and surely many owners are feeling some buyer’s remorse. There’s a remedy: the waiver wire
Elliott’s rushing prowess gives him the potential to put up low-end RB1 numbers with six fewer games. He’s worth stowing on your bench.
Johnson leads the league in total touchdowns with 20, yards from scrimmage with 2,074 and touches with 365.
David Johnson, Le’Veon Bell and Ezekiel Elliott are the first three players on my overall board. They lead all non-quarterbacks in points per game.
Many fantasy owners will be kept awake at night this week with this thought: Should I bench Drew Brees?
You’ve probably heard the phrase “Follow the money.” I think I first heard it in the movie “All the President’s Men.”
During his four-game run, he has finished in the top 10 in basic scoring among quarterbacks each week, averaging 24 points.
You won’t match A.J. Green’s production without a trade, but there are viable scoring options available on the waiver wire.
Through nine games, DeAndre Hopkins has 45 catches for 482 yards and three touchdowns, putting him on pace for 80, 857 and five.