02 Nov 2016, 02:48pm by Scott Kacsmar
At ESPN Insider, some of our favorite Week 9 DFS matchups include Dak Prescott, Theo Riddick, Kenny Britt and Jack Doyle. We're fading Ben Roethlisberger (should he even play), going all in on Green Bay's passing attack against the Colts, and loading up on premium running backs.
02 Nov 2016, 12:09pm by Aaron Schatz
Here is this week's playoff odds commentary on ESPN Insider, with a look at the most important games of Week 9 and the tight race for the No. 2 seed in the NFC. (Note: Link now fixed.)
30 Oct 2016, 08:29pm by Brian Fremeau
Seven undefeated teams went on the road this weekend and four failed to come away with a win, narrowing the list of the teams most likely to run the table to five.
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27 Oct 2016, 11:52am by Vincent Verhei
Only one other rookie in the past 30 years has rushed for more yards than Ezekiel Elliott in his first six games. What does it mean for his short-term and long-term future?
26 Oct 2016, 05:35pm by Aaron Schatz
Here's this week's rundown of the FO playoff odds on ESPN. The NFC has moved back to a big gap between the top six teams and everyone else, while in the AFC it's a race to see who can snag two wild cards and who gets left out because some lousy AFC South team has to get in.
26 Oct 2016, 03:53pm by Scott Kacsmar
At ESPN Insider, some of our favorite Week 8 DFS matchups include Jameis Winston, Spencer Ware, Larry Fitzgerald and Gary Barnidge. Also, we look at whether or not you should trust Dez Bryant in his return, and if Brock Osweiler is actually worth a stack with DeAndre Hopkins against that miserable Detroit defense.
23 Oct 2016, 10:32pm by Brian Fremeau
Five undefeated teams have separated themselves from the pack in our countdown of the teams most likely to finish the season with an undefeated record.
19 Oct 2016, 02:51pm by Scott Kacsmar
At ESPN Insider, some of our favorite Week 7 DFS matchups include Kirk Cousins, Devonta Freeman, Mike Evans and Hunter Henry. We also pick which Patriots, stacked with Tom Brady at quarterback, are best suited to exploit the Steelers this week.
19 Oct 2016, 11:02am by Aaron Schatz
Here's this week's playoff odds writeup for ESPN Insider. I went a little further here into the Bills' hot start vs.20 years of Bills hot starts that have all fizzled out. This is actually the highest-rated Bills team through six weeks since 1993.