Seattle's selection of Kenneth Walker in the second round could mean the end of Chris Carson's time with the Seahawks—but he's not the only veteran whose fantasy prospects dropped last week.
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Gang Green hasn't had many offensive stars in the past 10 years or so, but that may have changed after a stellar 2022 draft.
J.K. Dobbins. Gus Edwards. Justice Hill. Marcus Peters. Marlon Humphrey. That's just a partial list of Baltimore players who missed all or most of the 2021 season.
The Baltimore Ravens set adjusted games lost records last year and still finished 8-9. Average health this fall would make them a playoff contender once again.
Even with Tre'Davious White returning from injury, Buffalo needs corners. Meanwhile, the Dolphins need linemen, the Patriots need linebackers, and the Jets need anyone who can catch a football.
If the Cincinnati Bengals are going to beat Kansas City and advance to the Super Bowl, they must find a way to keep Joe Burrow upright.
With only four teams playing this weekend, fantasy options are slim. But a dome game against a relatively weak San Francisco secondary could mean big things for your favorite Rams.
Josh Allen and the Buffalo offense look better than the Kansas City defense. Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City offense should have a similar edge against Buffalo's defense.
Derrick Henry's return to the football field should make all Tennessee players options in your fantasy lineups.
Yes, the Pittsburgh Steelers can win this weekend against Kansas City. But to do it, they'll need to force Patrick Mahomes to throw interceptions.