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THE PROGNOSTICATOR: Week 3

QB Kyler Murray Oklahoma

Carolina is already in desperation mode for a win and if by some miracle Kyle Allen rallies his team for a win, he may never look back. It was Kyle Allen that beat out Kyler Murray at Texas A&M for the quarterback job before Murray transferred to Oklahoma.

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CORNER LOCKDOWN: Week 3

RB David Montgomery CHI

David Montgomery hasn’t seen many targets in the passing game, but as long as he’s getting the majority of the carries and goal line work, then he’s going to be very solid for fantasy purposes moving forward.

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CORNER LOCKDOWN: Week 2

RB Sony Michel NEP

Sony Michel gets the Dolphins this week and unlike Antonio Brown and the receiving core, Michel should get consistent work out of the backfield. He bounces back in a big way in Week 2.

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CORNER LOCKDOWN: Week 1

CB Desmond Trufant ATL and WR Robert Woods LAR

Robert Woods has a tough matchup out of the gate at Carolina, but expect him to be busy, especially since we don’t know what to make of Todd Gurley’s work load. An 8-80-1 stat line is on the horizon for Woods in Week 1.

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GREY REPORT: Week 1

RB Le'Veon Bell New York Jets

Can Le’Veon Bell return to being the top running back in the game as a New York Jet? Can Antonio Brown remain elite with a new helmet and Derek Carr throwing him the rock? David Grey will breakdown all the matchups in this week’s Grey Report, because, “not all matchups are black and white.”

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RED-ZONE: A Final Look at 2018

RB James White NE

Red Zone statistics can be a valuable tool if used correctly.  Obviously, the teams with better offenses will have more opportunities and we can use this data to exploit certain match-ups or identify players that could be overlooked while looking ...

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FANTASY FORECAST: Consistency 2019

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One of the most difficult tasks in head-to-head fantasy leagues is trying to determine who the “hot” and “cold” players will be in any given week. You can’t use historical or seasonal averages because, well … by their very definition, ...

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TIGHT END: Getting The Most Bang For Your Buck

Tight End Hunter Henry San Diego Chargers

Now fully taking over for future Hall of Famer Antonio Gates, Hunter Henry will have a lot of opportunities to make big catches on a team that values and utilizes it's TE to the fullest. And you don't have to burn an early pick on him, as he is currently being drafted at the end of the 5th round.

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THE GREY REPORT: Divisional Playoff

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How will Patrick Mahomes and Jared Goff perform in their playoff debuts? Can Nick Foles keep the magic going against Drew Brees and smoking hot New Orleans? David Grey will breakdown all the matchups in this week’s “Grey Report” because “not all matchups are black and white.”

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CORNER LOCKDOWN: Week 17

QB Sam Darnold NYJ

The rookie QB has had his share of bad games in 2018, but he looks like he’s starting to figure it all out. Darnold has been great over the last two weeks, throwing for five touchdowns and zero interceptions. He’s making better decisions and has really built some nice chemistry with wide out Robby Anderson.

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THE LOWDOWN: Week 16

QB Andrew Luck IND

I'm liking Andrew Luck this week in a must-win situation against the Giants... Jared Goff needs to regain some of his swagger, and quick; the Arizona defense may allow him that opportunity.

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CORNER LOCKDOWN: Week 16

RB Gus Edwards BAL DT Geno Atkins CIN

Gus Edwards should see plenty of work this weekend against the Chargers as both teams will look to run often and control the ball. It’s not the greatest matchup for Edwards, but based on his volume, he needs to be in fantasy lineups.

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NEW AGE RANKINGS: Week 15

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Matt Ryan has been having a really solid season thus far without as much hype as guys like Drew Brees and Patrick Mahomes, but he's one of three QBs with 4,000+ yards so far (along with Mahomes and Roethlisberger) and his 28 TDs are tied for sixth in the league.

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CORNER LOCKDOWN: Week 15

WR Amari Cooper DAL & CB Josh Norman WAS

Amari Cooper has been putting up video game numbers and is getting the ball early and often. He’s a must start the rest of the way and is playing the type of football that could carry fantasy owners to their championship. He gets the Colts next, so enjoy the ride that Cooper is on right now.

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THE LOWDOWN: Week 14

Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger Pittsburgh Steelers

Oakland has given up the greatest number of fantasy points to opposing tight ends, so this might be one of those weeks where Ben Roethlisberger looks for Vance McDonald a bit more than usual.

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CORNER LOCKDOWN: Week 14

RB Aaron Jones and QB Aaron Rodgers Green Bay Packers

With Green Bay in disarray, Aaron Jones has been one of the only bright spots for the team. He’s found pay-dirt in five of the last six games and is proving to be a solid pass catcher.

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THE LOWDOWN: Week 13

QB Andrew Luck IND

Andrew Luck kept his impressive streak of tossing at least three TDs in a game going last week. The streak now stands at eight games, during which Luck has tallied 27 TDs against just eight INTs...

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CORNER LOCKDOWN: Week 13

RB Austin Ekeler LAC

With news that Melvin Gordon is out for a few weeks with a knee injury, Ekeler is now an elite RB1 for fantasy owners. He possesses both running and receiving skills and will be a lock for 15-20 touches while Gordon is out.

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NEW AGE RANKINGS: Week 11

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I’m sure 95 percent of the owners out there figured that Jack Doyle would’ve been the tight end to have in Indianapolis, but the team forgot it wasn’t Andrew Luck who had the chemistry with Doyle – it was Jacoby Brissett.

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CORNER LOCKDOWN: Week 11

RB Dion Lewis TEN

Lewis is clearly the number one running back for the Titans and has a great matchup in Week 11 against the Colts. Derrick Henry still sees a lot of the goal line work, but Lewis out touches him nearly 2-1 every week. Look for Lewis to have a solid game both rushing and catching the ball..

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THE LOWDOWN: Week 10

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Welcome to The Lowdown for Week  10. This is my little corner of the fantasy football universe — feel free to pull up a chair and stay a while! For Whom the Bell Tolls Following the Steelers’ big win over ...

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NEW AGE RANKINGS: Week 10

RB James White NE

There are a few people I know who still view James White as a third-down back; those people are idiots. White has piled up 766 rushing and receiving yards, combined with 61 receptions and 10 total TDs... that's some pretty good, RB1 type of production.

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CORNER LOCKDOWN: Week 10

WR Tyler Boyd CIN

Boyd is in line for a huge day with A.J. Green on the shelf for a few weeks. He is the clear cut number one option in Week 10 for the Bengals and couldn’t have a better matchup.

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THE LOWDOWN: Week 9

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Let's admit it: Fitzpatrick should've never have been benched for Jameis Winston... Fitzpatrick figures to be one of the better performing field generals this week, but one of the few guys who is a stronger play this week is Cam Newton.

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NEW AGE RANKINGS: Week 9

RB Marlon Mack IND

He missed a couple of games due to injury, but Colts RB Marlon Mack currently shakes out as a RB1 according to the NAR, ahead of guys like Adrian Peterson, David Johnson and Phillip Lindsay. Mack has been good enough to reign in the number of throws that Andrew Luck has to attempt every game.

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CORNER LOCKDOWN: Week 9

RB Phillip Lindsay DEN

Royce Freeman looks like he’s on the wrong side of questionable again this week so Lindsay should see another 20 plus touches against Houston. In this day in age 20 touches out of your running back is sacred, so throw him out there as a high-end RB2 in Week 9, expecting 100-yards and a score again.

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NEW AGE RANKINGS: Week 8

RB Kareem Hunt, Kansas City Chiefs

Kareem Hunt is starting to ball the last couple of weeks: as a matter of fact, he’s moved up five spots – from #11 to #6 – in just one week. If you’re playing Kansas City, I’m sure every team looks to take away the pass and risk having Hunt beat them ... which means Hunt should be seeing a lot of open space on Sundays for the remainder of the season.

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CORNER LOCKDOWN: Week 8

WR Josh Gordon & QB Tom Brady NE

Josh Gordon has been improving each week with the Patriots as his role continues to grow. If he keeps staying out of trouble and gains the trust of Tom Brady then he could be a scary player for the next few years. Gordon had his first 100-yard receiving game for the Pats last week and played 95% of the snaps.

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NEW AGE RANKINGS: Week 7

RB Sony Michel NEP

Keep an eye on first-rounder Sony Michel. In the last three games, Michel has rolled up 316 rushing yards and punched in four touchdowns. While backfield mate James White is nine spots ahead of him, I have a feeling that Michel’s role will continue to increase as the season wears on ...

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