Chris Godwin is Jerry's top Captain pick for the Super Bowl, with drops the only thing standing between the Tampa wideout and complete dominance.
Despite the tough matchup this weekend, Aaron Jones is in a league of his own at RB.
Kevin Payne has picks and plays from every game of NFL Divisional Round Weekend at the DraftKings Sportsbook, including an interesting alternate line in the Buccaneers-Saints game that's worth exploring.
A Green Bay victory won't necessarily prevent Cam Akers from piling up fantasy points, as the Rams have an advantage in the trenches and could stick with the run even if they're losing.
James Conner hasn't done much since October, but he still has the lead role in Pittsburgh's backfield, so he could be busy if the Steelers establish a lead over the Browns.
Chris Carson starts the playoffs with a tough matchup, but he shouldn't lack for snaps and touches now that every game is win or go home.
With Alvin Kamara landing on the COVID-19 list, Latavius Murray could be headed for a three-down role against the Panthers on Sunday.
Travis Kelce won't come cheap this week, but he should be well worth the price in a home matchup with the Falcons.
Kyler Murray should break out of his slump this week, playing at home against a banged-up Eagles defense.
Austin Ekeler fell victim to a blowout loss last week, but his workloads have remained massive with Justin Herbert playing QB. We should see a rebound this Sunday against the Falcons.
The Rams have mostly been involved in low-scoring games this year, but Jared Goff and Robert Woods should see plenty of volume in their Week 13 matchup with Arizona.
Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs could end up in a shootout with the Chargers this week.
Deshaun Watson is the most expensive quarterback on Thursday's two-game slate, but RotoWire's Andrew Laird is still expecting him to be the most popular player at any position.
The Patriots defense may still have a strong reputation, but Deshaun Watson and Brandin Cooks should have the upper hand this week.
The Eagles-Giants game projects as a relatively low-scoring affair, but it shouldn't be ignored for stacking potential, especially with Carson Wentz costing only $5,900 on DraftKings.
DK Metcalf was the star last week, but Tyler Lockett and DeeJay Dallas look like the best DFS plays from the Seahawks for Sunday's potential shootout in Buffalo.
Between wind and injuries, there's not much we can rely on this weekend. Russell Wilson is the exception, likely headed for another shootout.
The Washington Football Team is a surprising source of value this week, with Terry McLaurin, Antonio Gibson and the D/ST all offering fantastic upside relative to their prices.
Jerry Donabedian sees a lot of good chalk on the board in Week 6, including Ryan Tannehill and A.J. Brown in a home game against the Texans.
Travis Kelce is arguably the best receiver on Sunday's two-game Championship slate, which is why RotoWire's Andrew Laird thinks he is a key lineup building block.
George Kittle is one of the best pass catchers on this weekend's four-game slate, and RotoWire's Andrew Laird explains why fantasy players really need to consider paying up for the 49ers tight end.
With the Saints heavily favored at home against the Vikings this weekend, RotoWire's Andrew Laird fully expects wide receiver Michael Thomas to be heavily owned in cash games and GPPs.
The Eagles need a win Sunday against the Giants to win the NFC East, which is one reason why RotoWire's Andrew Laird is considering Carson Wentz in cash games.
While many fantasy players don't love paying up for tight ends, Zach Ertz has had elite wide receiver target volume lately, something that's likely to continue Sunday against the Cowboys.
There are a number of excellent running back matchups in Week 15, but Miami's Patrick Laird is cheap enough where using him over an elite option can help fantasy players spend up elsewhere.
There are a number of upper-tier wide receivers with solid matchups in Week 14, but RotoWire's Andrew Laird explains why Davante Adams of the Packers could be the highest owned of the group.
Patrick Mahomes is the most expensive quarterback on Sunday's 11-game slate, but RotoWire's Andrew Laird sees enough value to fairly easily fit the Chiefs' signal caller into cash and GPP lineups.
With fairly soft pricing on Thursday's three-game slate, RotoWire's Andrew Laird is expecting the Saints' Michael Thomas to be very highly owned in cash games and GPPs.
Fading Christian McCaffrey is always scary, but RotoWire's Andrew Laird thinks Alvin Kamara could allow fantasy players to make that move for Sunday's 11-game slate.
Christian McCaffrey's five-figure salary could have fantasy players looking elsewhere on Sunday's 11-game slate, and RotoWire's Andrew Laird thinks Josh Jacobs should get plenty of that attention.