Denver Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay

Win the Wire: Week 10

Week 10 brings us to the second half of the NFL regular season, but in the fantasy season it's closer to the two-thirds pole. And so, while there may not be an obvious rest-of-season fantasy starter available on the wire this week, don't hesitate to spend up for one-week fill-ins and flex-quality players. You can't win the fantasy playoffs if you don't make them.

Roster percentages are for ESPN/Yahoo.

Phillip Lindsay, RB, Denver Broncos


Lindsay has had fewer than 10 carries each of the last three weeks, and his output of just 23 yards from Sunday was by far his least since he returned from a turf toe injury in Week 6. You may be as tired to see him at the top of this column as I am to put him here. But a bad game that Melvin Gordon matched with his own inefficient effort of 18 yards on six carries does not change the greater trend, which is that Lindsay has dramatically outplayed his backfield teammate this season. Lindsay has averaged 5.9 yards per attempt and a 52.8% success rate. Gordon is at 4.1 and 39.6%, that latter of which is now the worst of the 52 backs with at least 50 carries this season. In playing 38% of the Broncos' offensive snaps on Sunday, Lindsay continued to trail Gordon (60%). But Lindsay has also suffered a possible concussion in Week 7 and a foot injury in Week 8 that, while not costing him any full games, are plausible explanations for why he has not repeated his season-high 63% snap share from Week 6. I like his odds to do so consistently once he is clearly healthy. And he'll likely have close to a month as the team's unquestioned No. 1 back. Gordon is scheduled to have his DUI court case this Friday, after which the NFL seems likely to suspend him for three games. Don't wait for that news to chase Lindsay in fantasy.

Recommended FAB offer (% of maximum): 41%
Should you use your No. 1 waiver priority on him: Yes

Duke Johnson, RB, Houston Texans


One could read Johnson's 20-touch Sunday as an emergency-driven outlier. Teammate David Johnson suffered an apparent concussion in the second quarter, and that left the Texans with just Duke, Buddy Howell, and fullback Cullen Gillaspia as active options. They'll have greater depth in Week 10 if David misses time. Still, I have greater optimism for Duke. His reputation as a receiving back follows a target-dominated career workload, but Johnson had excellent 11.2%, 15.7%, and 7.2% rushing DVOA rates his last three seasons in Cleveland before landing close to neutral at -2.0% in 2019, his first with the Texans. And Johnson is 5-foot-9 and 210 pounds. That gives him the same 31.0 BMI as Josh Jacobs. Or perhaps the better comparison is Chase Edmonds, who is Johnson's exact size and typically has had Johnson's exact role for the Cardinals, but who handled 29 and 28 touches in games last year and last week when his lead backs missed time. Ironically, the first of Edmonds' lead backs was David Johnson, who now also carries an earned reputation as being prone to injuries. One would assume a one-week absence at most with a concussion, but David's history offers Duke an increased potential for playing time. Don't be afraid to make a substantial FAB offer. Even if it only nets you one week as a fantasy starter, Duke should deliver volume and likely efficiency too facing a Browns defense that is 20th in run defense DVOA.

Recommended FAB offer (% of maximum): 31%
Should you use your No. 1 waiver priority on him: No

Mike Davis, RB, Carolina Panthers


Welcome back, Mike Davis! Just when his 28-to-six touch disadvantage to Christian McCaffrey was ready to make him a droppable player, Davis received another short-term bump in the form of a McCaffrey shoulder injury. I don't have a good sense of whether McCaffrey or David Johnson is more likely to miss Week 10. But despite a more established track record of a fantasy-relevant touch volume, I think Davis justifies a bit lower FAB offer than Duke Johnson. Wide receiver Curtis Samuel has eaten into Davis' workload a bit, averaging 3.0 carries per game since Week 2. He even has seen some ground work in the red zone -- he outscored Davis two-to-zero in Weeks 7 and 8 when McCaffrey was last sidelined. Meanwhile, whatever his carry percentage, Davis could struggle in Week 10 hosting a Bucs defense that is third-best against the run.

Recommended FAB offer (% of maximum): 28%
Should you use your No. 1 waiver priority on him: No

Mark Ingram, RB, Baltimore Ravens


A slow-playing of the Ravens' reporting of the seriousness of what seems to have been a high-ankle sprain may have sabotaged the handcuffing efforts of many fantasy players with Ingram on their rosters. But there could be a silver lining in the fact that Ingram has been dropped in close to 50% of leagues. That isn't an egregious error. Even when he was healthy for the first five weeks, Ingram played an uninspiring 25% to 42% of his team's offensive snaps and barely made the cut as a top-40 PPR back splitting time with Gus Edwards and J.K Dobbins. But Ingram has remained effective when healthy with a 2.8% rushing DVOA. He certainly justifies a bid now that three weeks have passed since his injury -- he has missed two games, but the team also had their bye in Week 7 -- and with the Ravens turning a corner in their schedule. After facing top-five DVOA run defenses in the Steelers and Colts the last two weeks, the Ravens draw bottom-half run defenses in the Patriots, Titans, Cowboys, Browns, Jaguars, and Bengals in the second half of their season.

Recommended FAB offer (% of maximum): 25%
Should you use your No. 1 waiver priority on him: No

Zack Moss, RB, Buffalo Bills


Moss has hit season-high snap shares of 53% and 56% the last two weeks. And while he has not translated that extra playing time into extra touches, his two-week total of 25 touches also undersells his potential for normal future weeks. On Sunday, the Bills had a clear and smart game plan to throw the ball against a Seahawks defense that is much better against the run (sixth) than the pass (30th). And as little as Moss was involved with his 11 touches and 48 yards, Devin Singletary was involved even less (five, 34). I'm not sure that workload divide will persist, but Moss should translate even a 1B share into flex-worthy production if he continues to see his limited touches come on fantasy-friendly places on the field. Moss has averaged 0.062 opportunity-adjusted rushing touchdowns per carry this season, the third-highest rate of the 52 players with 50 or more carries and the highest among running backs.

Recommended FAB offer (% of maximum): 24%
Should you use your No. 1 waiver priority on him: No

Mike Williams, WR, Los Angeles Chargers


Williams had another seven targets and 81 yards on Sunday, and that former total pulls his target share to 16.7% since Week 5. That's the 46th-highest among wide receivers in that time, not far from justifying Williams' roster spot on its own. Still, the reason Williams demands a substantial shallow-league FAB offer is his touchdown-making. He had three scores in his previous three games entering Week 9, and then on Sunday, he was fingertips away from two more. Those two failed touchdowns illustrate what makes Williams such a special red zone threat. At 6-foot-4 and 220 pounds, he still has the speed to separate like he did from cornerback Isaiah Johnson.



Meanwhile, Williams is an exceptional jump-ball receiver. He easily elevated over the 6-foot-2 Johnson to grab what would have been the game-winning catch. He just couldn't maintain possession as he crashed to the ground.



For the week, Johnson finished fourth among receivers with 1.02 opportunity-adjusted touchdowns. And he has 2.54 of them since Week 5, eighth-most at the position.

Recommended FAB offer (% of maximum): 22%
Should you use your No. 1 waiver priority on him: No

Jerry Jeudy, WR, Denver Broncos


In part because of his quarterback Drew Lock's early-season shoulder injury, Jeudy has lagged behind a few later-drafted members of what looks like an historically great 2020 wide receiver class. But since Lock returned in Week 6, Jeudy has expanded to a 22.8% target share that is 21st among wide receivers. And his 2.12 opportunity-adjusted touchdowns the last four weeks is ninth highest at the position, just ahead of Mike Williams at 2.06.

I wanted to compare to Jeudy to Williams or maybe Julio Jones, a common narrative pairing because of their Alabama ties. I don't think that's quite right. Jeudy is tall at 6-foot-1, but he is slighter than the 220-pound Williams and Jones at just 193 pounds. But Jeudy is more than a big-bodied touchdown-scorer. His touchdown on Sunday demonstrated the speed, quickness, and route-running ability that should help him create space everywhere on the field.



Jeudy trailed just CeeDee Lamb and beat out already accomplished NFL rookies such as Justin Jefferson and Tee Higgins in Playmaker Score. And now that Lock is healthy and normal No. 1 receiver Courtland Sutton isn't, Jeudy seems poised to join those other rookies as solid fantasy options.

Recommended FAB offer (% of maximum): 21%
Should you use your No. 1 waiver priority on him: No

Tee Higgins, WR, Cincinnati Bengals


Fantasy players had long since caught up to the rookie Higgins' value. But like Brandin Cooks last week, Higgins has seen his roster rate dip below 80% with the Bengals on their bye. If he has become available in your formats, pick Higgins up. His 20.3% target share since Week 3 is the 24th-highest at his position.

Recommended FAB offer (% of maximum): 16%
Should you use your No. 1 waiver priority on him: No

Deebo Samuel, WR, San Francisco 49ers


The fantasy confusion of a seemingly cursed 49ers season reached a new peak in Week 9 as Kendrick Bourne and Brandon Aiyuk were forced to miss Thursday night's game because the former had a false-positive COVID test on Tuesday and Richie James went for 184 yards and a touchdown in their stead. My confidence in this call is low, but I'll recommend the 49ers receivers in the opposite order of their recent fantasy utility. Samuel should be the team's No. 1 receiver when everyone is healthy, and he is poised to return from his hamstring injury this week.

Recommended FAB offer (% of maximum): 16%
Should you use your No. 1 waiver priority on him: No

Sterling Shepard, WR, New York Giants


I would say that Shepard is a good alternative if you want to avoid the 49ers guessing game, but he has his own checkered injury history and could be one hit away from a concussion that would likely end his season. Still, Shepard has once again proven that he can produce in fantasy when he is on the field. His 25.2% target share since a Week 7 return from a toe injury is 18th among all wide receivers, and he has clearly won the target battle with teammate Golden Tate, who the team sidelined in Week 9 after he complained about a lack of touches.

Recommended FAB offer (% of maximum): 12%
Should you use your No. 1 waiver priority on him: No

Jimmy Graham, TE, Chicago Bears


Mitchell Trubisky's Week 8 shoulder injury didn't land him on injured reserve, but it did delay his potential/inevitable return to the Bears lineup this season. That is probably bad news for the once 5-1 team whose offense has fallen to 27th in DVOA with Nick Foles under center. But it's almost definitely good news for Graham's fantasy value. After finishing outside the top 20 at the position with a 12.5% target share the first two weeks with Trubisky at quarterback, Graham has jumped to a 15.9% share with Foles that is 11th-highest among tight ends. Meanwhile, Graham has five actual and 3.84 opportunity-adjusted touchdowns this season. Even if that surplus isn't totally sustainable, the latter total is fourth-highest at the position behind just T.J. Hockenson (4.48), Rob Gronkowski (4.46), and Travis Kelce (4.19).

Recommended FAB offer (% of maximum): 12%
Should you use your No. 1 waiver priority on him: No

DeeJay Dallas, RB, Seattle Seahawks


Dallas won't have turned any heads with a (barely) sub-3.0 yards-per-carry average in two starts in relief of Chris Carson, Carlos Hyde, and Rashaad Penny. But next to receiving back Travis Homer, Dallas has drawn a difficult set of carries, and his 51.9% success rate is much more palatable at 33rd of the 88 backs with 25 or more attempts. I don't expect that will break Dallas into the rotation when everyone is healthy. But with Carson unable to even test his sprained foot as planned on Friday and with Penny yet to practice as he continues to rehab for a torn ACL, there's no telling when that will be. I wouldn't ignore the chance that the newly signed former Ravens one-year wonder Alex Collins could eat into his workload, but Dallas more than tripled his teammates with 1.00 opportunity-adjusted rushing touchdowns on Sunday, and he could exceed his total of seven carries even if his 41.2% carry share erodes if the Seahawks end up in better game scripts in the coming weeks.

Recommended FAB offer (% of maximum): 12%
Should you use your No. 1 waiver priority on him: No

Jordan Wilkins, RB, Indianapolis Colts


Wilkins paced the Colts' backfield in touches in Week 9 the way he did in Week 8. And so, while I intentionally left him off my list of waiver recommendations last week, I don't think I can this week. Still, I'm not sure what Wilkins would need to do for fantasy players to start him with confidence in their shallow leagues. I think the prevailing logic is that rookie back Jonathan Taylor has opened the door for Wilkins' ascension with poor play. But while Taylor has a bad 3.9 yards-per-carry average and 42.5% success rate this season, the Colts' offensive line has underperformed with bottom-five run-blocking to the tune of 3.91 adjusted line yards. Any back would struggle with that little push, and Wilkins has as well with 3.7 yards per carry and a 45.0% success rate. As such, my best guesses for the cause behind the workload shift are the ankle injury Taylor is playing through and the fumble Taylor had last week that the Ravens returned for a touchdown and that seemed to open the door for their eventual blowout. And I assume both are short-term concerns. Taylor did have a reputation as a fumbler from his 18 fumbles in three seasons at Wisconsin, but that total was inflated by his insane volume of 926 college carries. By rate, Taylor fumbled more than most of the relevant 2020 prospects but not dramatically so. And his fumble on Sunday was his first in eight games as a professional. That is hardly a reason for the Colts to abandon their rookie back, and while Taylor is seeing even eight touches per game, Wilkins will likely fall short of a fantasy-relevant rushing volume.

Recommended FAB offer (% of maximum): 11%
Should you use your No. 1 waiver priority on him: No

Kalen Ballage, RB, Los Angeles Chargers


If you want more evidence of how circumstances can influence running back fantasy performance, look no further than Ballage. He averaged a dreadful 1.8 yards per attempt in 2019 behind a Dolphins' line that was more than half a yard worse than the rest of the league with 3.17 adjusted line yards. And then he rebounded this season, first posting a 4.3 yards-per-carry average in limited time with the Jets and then substituting for Justin Jackson after his pre-game injury to lead the healthy Chargers backs with 17 touches, 84 yards, and a touchdown on Sunday. His star has obviously faded, but Ballage was a decent rushing and receiving prospect in 2018 when the Dolphins drafted him in the fourth round. That's the same round that Joshua Kelley went this year, and Ballage may have the leg up on Kelley since the latter's 3.2 yards per attempt and 40.7% success rate paint him as one of the least-efficient backs in football this season. Ballage may not have the one-week starter window that some of the other Week 10 waiver options do. Whether or not Jackson can return from his knee injury next week, Troymaine Pope will likely be back after missing Week 9 with a concussion. And Austin Ekeler has started to run coming off his knee injury and could be back within the next few weeks. But Ballage remains a relevant waiver option with that prospect pedigree. With Justin Herbert at quarterback, the Chargers have teased the potential to support multiple backs in fantasy.

Recommended FAB offer (% of maximum): 8%
Should you use your No. 1 waiver priority on him: No

Christian Kirk, WR, Arizona Cardinals


I labeled Kirk a lesser fantasy version of Mike Williams last week, and that looked like a bad description when he outraced one of the game's premiere cornerbacks in Byron Jones for a 56-yard score on Sunday. But his 123-yard total in Week 9 obscures the fact that, statistically at least, Kirk needs those touchdowns to sustain his fantasy value. Since his return from a groin injury in Week 4, Kirk is just 30th among wide receivers with a 19.6% target share. And even with his recent big-play success, he landed third of the team's wideouts in Week 9 with just a 64% snap share. Since he also has six touchdowns in that time -- tied for the most at the position with Davante Adams and Tyreek Hill -- you may not care as much about the volume. But take note that Kirk has just 2.42 opportunity-adjusted touchdowns in that time, which gives him a 3.58-touchdown surplus that is nearly a full touchdown ahead of the next-luckiest receiver in football. Kyler Murray is phenomenal and maybe can sustain some of his receivers' touchdown fortune, but don't overspend for a player whose workload identifies him as at best a flex option in shallow formats.

Recommended FAB offer (% of maximum): 6%
Should you use your No. 1 waiver priority on him: No

J.D. McKissic, RB, Washington Football Team


Through much of this season, McKissic and lead Washington back Antonio Gibson have seen their workloads ebb and flow with the team's game script. And with Washington falling behind their division rival Giants 20-3 on Sunday, game script might explain McKissic's season-high nine catches and 65 receiving yards on 14 targets that led the team by six. That said, the conservative Alex Smith is one of the receiving back-friendliest quarterbacks in football. Since 2018, he has targeted a running back on 24.7% of his pass attempts, the fourth-highest rate of the 46 quarterbacks with 300 or more pass attempts. Kyle Allen was in a similar range for the team this season in his limited time as the starter before his ankle injury promoted Smith. But Dwayne Haskins had a much lower rate of 17.1%.

Recommended FAB offer (% of maximum): 4%
Should you use your No. 1 waiver priority on him: No

Brandon Aiyuk, WR, San Francisco 49ers


Aiyuk's inability to play in Week 9 was unfortunate on a number of levels, but one of them was definitely for fantasy. With Deebo Samuel poised to return from his hamstring injury in Week 10, Aiyuk may have missed his window to be a top-20 fantasy receiver as the No. 1 option on his team. That said, Aiyuk was consistently playing 80% or more of the 49ers' offensive snaps even when Samuel was last healthy. He had clearly settled in the team's No. 2 receiver role in front of Kendrick Bourne, and I don't think Richie James' outlier Week 9 performance changes his situation. And that makes Aiyuk a flex option even in shallower formats.

Recommended FAB offer (% of maximum): 3%
Should you use your No. 1 waiver priority on him: No

Ryan Nall, RB, Chicago Bears


Nall could very easily return a similar one-week value as column leader Duke Johnson. Like Johnson, Nall seems to be the next back in line behind a lead back who suffered an apparent concussion on Sunday. But David Montgomery has seen so much work this season, it isn't entirely clear what the pecking order is behind him. With Montgomery playing the bulk of the Bears' Week 9 game before his injury, Nall finished third on the team with 13% snap share that also trailed hybrid runner/receiver Cordarrelle Patterson. Patterson's 22% snap share was in range of the 13%-to-24% window he has landed in every week this season, which is a point in Nall's favor. But Nall's four receptions in relief in Week 9 doubled his career total of touches over 17 active games. He's an unknown and maybe not in a great situation behind a Bears offensive line that, while improved from 3.86 adjusted line yards last year (29th) to 4.20 this year (17th), has not shepherded its lead back to 4.0 yards per carry in either of his two professional seasons.

Recommended FAB offer (% of maximum): 2%
Should you use your No. 1 waiver priority on him: No

DeAndre Washington, RB, Miami Dolphins


Washington may seem like as much of an unknown as Nall is, but he saw 370 touches in four seasons as a Raiders backup before the Chiefs sidelined him behind their logjam of talented backs this year. That doesn't necessarily portend an expanded role with the Dolphins after the team traded for him last week. But lead back Myles Gaskin has to miss at least two more weeks after a knee injury landed him on injured reserve. Matt Breida missed Week 9 with a hamstring injury and could miss more time. And Jordan Howard's 1.9 yards per carry on Sunday improved his seasonal average to 1.2. With just the undrafted Salvon Ahmed and Patrick Laird as healthy alternatives, Washington seems likely to be the team's best short-term option by default. The only reason he wasn't involved last week was because of the league-mandated isolation period for the players that change teams because of COVID.

Recommended FAB offer (% of maximum): 1%
Should you use your No. 1 waiver priority on him: No

Michael Pittman, WR, Indianapolis Colts


It hasn't quite been to the 49ers' level, but the Colts have suffered more than their fair share of receiver injuries this season. Parris Campbell and T.Y. Hilton are the two most prominent casualties, but the rookie Pittman missed a month and a half with a calf injury as well. That makes it difficult to sort out which receiver has which role in the team's offense. But based on his 92% and 87% snap shares and six and seven targets in Weeks 2 and 9 that bookended the injury, Pittman is their No. 1 receiver, at least for now. And Campbell at least seems several weeks away, having yet to return to practice after suffering a PCL injury in Week 2 and needing surgery.

Recommended FAB offer (% of maximum): 1%
Should you use your No. 1 waiver priority on him: No

Richie James, WR, San Francisco 49ers


With Samuel and Aiyuk being better waiver options from my perspective, I debated leaving James off this list entirely. But he was so exceptional in his nine-catch, 184-yard outburst on Thursday that I felt he belonged on fantasy benches while we wait for the next batch of 49ers receiver injuries that the season to date suggests should happen within the next few weeks. In all seriousness, it's possible the 5-foot-9, 185-pound James can differentiate himself from the team's bigger and faster outside receivers with his quickness in the slot. His own injuries have prevented us from knowing that potential before now. James broke his wrist in June and would have missed the entire preseason if there had been one. Then he injured his hamstring in Week 1 and went on injured reserve. And even after he came back, he suffered a minor ankle injury in Week 7 that had him questionable as recently as last week. That misfortune could be the reason that James had been limited to between 10% and 24% of the team's offensive snaps when he was active in Weeks 1, 6, and 7. We will likely find that answer in Week 10, and that makes James a worthwhile fantasy addition at least for one week.

Recommended FAB offer (% of maximum): 1%
Should you use your No. 1 waiver priority on him: No

Players on More Than 80% of Rosters to Add

Chris Godwin, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (97%/98%)
A.J. Brown, WR, Tennessee Titans (97%/98%)
Nick Chubb, RB, Cleveland Browns (93%/96%)
Miles Sanders, RB, Philadelphia Eagles (95%/99%)
Rob Gronkowski, TE, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (95%/95%)
Chase Edmonds, RB, Arizona Cardinals (93%/94%)
Antonio Gibson, RB, Washington Football Team (91%/92%)
T.J. Hockenson, TE, Detroit Lions (89%/95%)
D'Andre Swift, RB, Detroit Lions (89%/92%)
Chase Claypool, WR, Pittsburgh Steelers (89%/90%)
Leonard Fournette, RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (89%/88%)
Justin Herbert, QB, Los Angeles Chargers (88%/89%)
Austin Ekeler, RB, Los Angeles Chargers (86%/92%)
Antonio Brown, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (85%/86%)
DeVante Parker, WR, Miami Dolphins (84%/90%)
Diontae Johnson, WR, Pittsburgh Steelers (84%/89%)
Travis Fulgham, WR, Philadelphia Eagles (83%/82%)
Jarvis Landry, WR, Cleveland Browns (83%/79%)
Marvin Jones, WR, Detroit Lions (83%/81%)
Brandin Cooks, WR, Houston Texans (82%/83%)
DJ Chark, WR, Jacksonville Jaguars (81%/89%)
Raheem Mostert, RB, San Francisco 49ers (80%/84%)
Ryan Tannehill, QB, Tennessee Titans (69%/85%)

Players on More Than 20% of Rosters You Can Drop

Jamaal Williams, RB, Green Bay Packers (61%/59%)
T.Y. Hilton, WR, Indianapolis Colts (54%/50%)
Michael Gallup, WR, Dallas Cowboys (50%/56%)
Henry Ruggs, WR, Las Vegas Raiders (46%/42%)
Julian Edelman, WR, New England Patriots (46%/34%)
Alexander Mattison, RB, Minnesota Vikings (43%/37%)
Odell Beckham, WR, Cleveland Browns (37%/29%)
Saquon Barkley, RB, New York Giants (27%/25%)
Courtland Sutton, WR, Denver Broncos (25%/17%)
Kerryon Johnson, RB, Detroit Lions (25%/10%)
Gardner Minshew, QB, Jacksonville Jaguars (20%/21%)
Dak Prescott, QB, Dallas Cowboys (20%/21%)


6 comments, Last at 16 Nov 2020, 3:35am

2 Re: Meyers

Yes, I definitely support stashing Meyers.  He seems like the major substitute for Julian Edelman, so I feel like he has a chance to continue to see the most Patriots targets even when N'Keal Harry comes back.  That said, the Patriots have such a run-focused game plan, I'm skeptical that Meyers could reach that Jamison Crowder level of PPR value that would make him a clear shallow-league option outside of the bye weeks.

3 Lindsay

I like the column but the Lindsay take is a bad one. He had 63% of the snaps Wk. 6 only because Gordon didn't play.  If you are waiting for that to happen again with a healthy Gordon, it won't.  Not that Gordon is great but with the $ they are paying him, it just won't. 50/50 at best for Lindsay.  Also, Gordon's court date got pushed back a month so that angle is probably out the window too.

4 Golladay injury

FO used to answer fantasy questions, curious to know who to slot in for Golladay this week in your opinion?

RB1 Aaron Jones

RB2 Chubb

WR1 Hopkins

WR2 Mike Williams

Flex? Marvin Jones, Ronald Jones, D'Andre Swift, Robby Anderson

Will Jones get a boost without Golladay? Or more attention from the defense?




5 Re: Golladay

In reply to by BritPop

Sorry, I just saw this.  Once we're a few days past one of my articles, you'll have better luck asking me questions in Twitter.  Thanks.

6 You could also consider a…

In reply to by Scott Spratt

You could also consider a subscription to FO+, which includes full fantasy projections for each player every week.