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RISERS & FALLERS: 2019 Awards

TE Mark Andrews BAL

Mark Andrews, was a relative unknown playing in an offense that we knew very little about. He went from being an unknown commodity to a Top-4 selection at his position next season as 852 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns will do that for a guy.

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THE GREY REPORT: Divisional Round

QB Lamar Jackson BAL

Can the Ravens slow down Derrick Henry and the Titans or will Lamar Jackson and the Ravens have the last laugh? Can the two Aarons (Rodgers and Jones) keep the Packers alive or will Beast Mode live to see another ...

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THE PROGNOSTICATOR: Wildcard Weekend

RB Jordan Howard PHI

Welcome my fantasy brethren to another edition of The Prognosticator, may it cause you pause. The playoffs are here and are we as excited as ever for what should be an action filled fun run through the NFL post season ...

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RED LIGHT, GREEN LIGHT: Week 17

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Welcome back for the Week 17 edition of “Red Light, Green Light”, your matchup guide for all of this weekend’s NFL contests (and Monday night). While the information conveyed s not intended to be solely a start/bench list, it can ...

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CORNER LOCKDOWN: Week 17

TE O.J. Howard TB

Howard has been a bust this season as he was last season, but with Mike Evans and Chris Godwin both out the last few weeks with injuries, Howard has been serviceable. He’s seen seven targets in each of the last two games and has made some tough catches.

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THE GREY REPORT: Week 17

RB Aaron Jones and QB Aaron Rodgers Green Bay Packers

Can Aaron Jones stay hot and finish in style? Will Baker Mayfield and the Browns live up to the hype or end the season on a whimper into the off-season? David Grey will breakdown all the match-ups and try to ...

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FLEX APPEAL: Week 17

RB Damien Williams KC

Williams finally returned from injury last week, and the Chiefs gave him the lion's share of the backfield touches. Now he gets to face the Chargers, who are a plus matchup for opposing running backs. This is a game that the Chiefs will want to win, so look for Williams to be on the field a ton.

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LIKE/DISLIKE: Week 17

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Wentz and the Eagles find themselves in a must-win game, as they control their own destiny; they also get in with a Cowboys loss or tie. Wentz has been on fire as of late with six touchdowns and no interceptions in his last three games.

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5 UP/5 DOWN: Week 17

Taylon Smith DAL tackles Saquon Barkley NYG

Saquon Barkley now has 422 yards from scrimmage to go along with four touchdowns over the last two weeks, and he’ll look to finish the season strong Sunday at home against Philadelphia.

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DIARY OF A FANTASY VIRGIN: Week 17

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Merry Christmas everyone! This article will drop on Dec. 24 and in homage to Clement C. Moore … it ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas when you could read this tome and all through the house … well you know the ...

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GAME PREVIEWS: Week 16

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Zach Ertz is a must-start this week. If your team has been plagued by injuries and you lack significant depth, Dallas Goedert would not be a terrible flex option to get you around 7-8 points.

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DFS STACK ATTACK: Week 16

WR Courtland Sutton WR

Denver returns home after a rough outing in Arrowhead last Sunday. Drew Lock struggled in against the Chiefs, but the visiting Detroit Lions are a perfect bounce-back opponent. Courtland Sutton has been a revelation this year, and his success should continue in this game.

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RED LIGHT, GREEN LIGHT — Week 16

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Welcome back for the Week 16 edition of “Red Light, Green Light”, your matchup guide for all of this weekend’s NFL contests (and Monday night). While the information conveyed below piece is not intended to be solely a start/bench list, it can be used to evaluate those decisions as well.

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LIKE/DISLIKE: Week 16

QB Russell Wilson SEA & DE Sam Hubbard CIN

Russell Wilson was an early-season MVP candidate and should return to form this week against this defense. Even with Seattle’s run-first approach he has a chance to be the top-scoring quarterback this week.

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RISERS AND FALLERS: Week 16

QB Kyler Murray ARI

Color us not impressed. Not only has Arizona wasted what may have been Larry Fitzgerald’s last season in Arizona, the team also managed to practically run David Johnson out of town. And all for what? Seventeen passing touchdowns to 13 turnovers?

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FLEX APPEAL: Week 16

RB Devin Singletary BUF

Many folks will shy away from Singletary this week, but I’m here to tell you not to. The electric rookie has 23 touches in each of his past two games, which is just absurd usage.

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CORNER LOCKDOWN: Week 16

RB Marlon Mack IND

What better team to go against hoping for a bounce back than the Panthers. They’ve allowed the most fantasy points on the season to opposing running backs so look for the run-heavy Colts offense to lean on Marlon Mack early and often.

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DIARY OF A FANTASY VIRGIN: Week 16

QB Drew Brees NO

The narrative for this week is that the following will occur: QB Drew Brees will pass for more than three touchdowns because that is what he needs for the overall record over former QB Peyton Manning. He passed for exactly four touchdowns and delivered the win.

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TRAPS & TRENDS: Week 16

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When the Indianapolis Colts/New Orleans Saints Monday Night Football clash wraps up, the fantasy season will end for some managers while others will turn their attention toward a Week 16 fantasy bowl. In senior FantasySharks.com writer Matt Wilson’s newest edition ...

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THE LOWDOWN: Week 15

TE Noah Fant DEN

Last week I took a huge gamble and stacked Drew Lock and Noah Fant in one of my leagues-- and it paid off nicely. Lock has come out of the gate strong, and certainly gives hope to Broncos' fans heading into 2020...

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RISERS & FALLERS: Week 15

QB Jimmy Garoppolo SF

Last week against New Orleans, Garoppolo was said to have his signature win. He went toe-to-toe with one of the best overall teams in the league and led San Francisco to one of the biggest wins in recent franchise memory.

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RED LIGHT, GREEN LIGHT: Week 15

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Welcome back for the Week 15 edition of “Red Light, Green Light”, your matchup guide for all of this weekend’s NFL contests. While the information conveyed below piece is not intended to be solely a start/bench list, it can be ...

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LIKE/DISLIKE: Week 15

QB Ryan Tannehill TEN

Tannehill has been on fire since taking over the starting quarterback job in Week 6. He’s thrown multiple touchdowns in all but two starts, including a three-touchdown performance last week against Oakland.

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FLEX APPEAL: Week 15

RB Adrian Peterson WAS

When Derrius Guice went down last week, Peterson saw 20 touches, in which he totaled 78 yards and a touchdown. Philadelphia is a tough run defense, but with that kind of volume, it doesn’t matter.

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