With a shootout likely in L.A., Scott Spratt recommends starting the Chargers' quarterback and wideouts in fantasy this week—as well as their opponents, Dak Prescott and CeeDee Lamb.
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If your fantasy team needs a running back, you might be able to grab Detroit's Jamaal Williams or Baltimore's Ty'Son Williams, while Mike Williams of the Chargers is among the best available wide receivers.
Fantasy football is all about the matchups, and the matchups say you should start any San Francisco and Jacksonville players on your roster this week against weak defenses in Detroit and Houston.
The term "slot receiver" used to be effective as a catch-all term for interior targets, but no longer. Scott Spratt breaks down slot receivers into five categories and explains which you should shoot for and which you should avoid in your fantasy drafts.
The Seahawks and Chiefs use their top slot receivers in very different ways. Scott Spratt looks at what separates a slot receiver from a more typical wideout and finds the differences are often painted in shades of grey.
Green Bay's quarterback rebounded back to MVP form last season after a couple of down years—at least, that's what the raw numbers would have you believe. Scott Spratt breaks down the play and finds that Rodgers' performance wasn't overly dramatic after all.
Pittsburgh's 2020 season ended with a disappointing home playoff loss to Cleveland ... but even in defeat some of their stars put up big individual numbers that may mean big things in 2021.
Lombardi Trophies will raise a player's profile, but they won't help you win your fantasy league. Scott Spratt explains why so many Tampa Bay players are going too early in fantasy drafts.