In one game, two all-time legends will face off for the third time this year, each trying to win one more Super Bowl before the end of their careers. In the other game, a classic matchup of the year's best offense with the current best defense, with the likely MVP facing the probable Defensive Player of the Year.
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Scott Spratt discusses his favorite DFS plays for the Divisional Round, including Cam Akers, Josh Allen, Gus Edwards, Nick Chubb, Tom Brady and Mike Evans. (Click for audio link)
Last weekend's wild-card win over Chicago means another game in the Superdome for the Saints. That's good news for Drew Brees and the Saints -- but also for Tom Brady and the Buccaneers.
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The NFC playoffs start with Part III of an intense divisional rivalry, spiced up with a big question mark at the quarterback position. The other two NFC games present us with mismatches where the top two teams in DVOA this season will face two weaker playoff teams that play strong defense but struggle on offense.
Scott Spratt covers his favorite DFS plays in Wild Card Weekend including Drew Brees, Cam Akers, J.D. McKissic, Michael Thomas, Marquise Brown, and Mark Andrews. (Click for audio link)
Fantasy football seasons are mostly over, but daily fantasy still lives! And if you're playing, you're going to want to invest in Drew Brees and the Saints this weekend.
If you're still playing fantasy football, you should target Ryan Tannehill and the Tennessee Titans -- they're still fighting for a playoff berth, and they're doing it against a lousy Houston defense.
Scott Spratt details his favorite Week 17 DFS plays, which include Melvin Gordon, Dare Ogunbowale, Ty Johnson, Mike Williams, and Jordan Akins. (Click for audio link)
It was a rough outing for Drew Brees and the Saints against Kansas City last time out, but they should fare much better this weekend against Minnesota.
If you need a running back to help you win a fantasy championship, you have plenty of options, including Kansas City's Le'Veon Bell, Dallas' Tony Pollard, and San Francisco's Jeff Wilson.