Cooper Kupp is on pace for a 185-128-1,849-21 season. With Davante Adams on the Covid list, Kupp currently sits atop our receiver board.
Alvin Kamara carried the load with 20 carries and 10 catches Monday night.
Jeff Erickson was effusive regarding his hometown Bengals. Chris Liss indulges Jeff with some much deserved on-air joy.
Joe Burrow leads qualified passers with 9.2 yards per passing attempt so far this season, thanks in large part to Ja'Marr Chase's otherworldly 14.8 yards per target.
Liss believes Tua and the Dolphins are value against the spread in Week 7.
D'Ernest Johnson was shockingly good and deserves to see regular work somewhere.
Liss did not make the Kyler Murray and the heavily favored Cardinals his top choice in Week 7.
The Staff likes Joe Burrow and the Bengals getting six points in Baltimore this week.
Jeff Erickson and Chris Liss discuss the old man RB situation in Baltimore. Some blasts from the past might get lots of carries if Latavius Murray is out.
Liss thinks it may be time to throw in the towel on Odell Beckham.
Matthew Stafford and the Rams have a revenge game against the Lions and Jared Goff, respectively.
Chris Liss likes Tua Tagovailoa and the Dolphins getting 2.5 points at home against the Falcons.
Chris Liss faded Derrick Henry based on his heavy 2019-2020 workload, but now has him ranked as the No. 1 overall player.
Despite 784 carries, including playoffs, from 2019-20, Derrick Henry looks none the worse for the wear.
After getting ignored in the first half, Jonathan Taylor took over the game in the second.
Leonard Fournette is the clear lead back in one of the league's best offenses.
On today's SiriusXM show, Chris Liss and Joe Bartel discuss Lamar Jackson's current hot streak and try to put it in perspective.
Chris Liss suggests Carson Wentz and the Colts are a solid Survivor pick in Week 6.
Liss is running hot with his best bets. He thinks AJ Brown and the Titans can cover against Buffalo in Week 6.
The Staff has Justin Herbert and the Chargers as its lone best bet for the second week in a row.
On today's SiriusXM show, Jeff Erickson and Chris Liss discuss the importance of Tua Tagovailoa traveling with the Dolphins to London this week.
Chris Liss doesn't like going against his own team in Survivor, but unless Daniel Jones plays, he's probably taking Matthew Stafford and the Rams.
Chris Liss likes Derrick Henry and the Titans getting 5.5 at home against the Bills on Monday night.
After a senseless injury to Saquon Barkley and seemingly every other Giants skill player of note, Chris Liss contemplates an exit strategy.
Mark Andrews had a game for the ages with two TDs and two two-point conversions.
It was a rough Sunday for Saquon Barkley, Daniel Jones and Chris Liss. Hear Liss explain, via today's SiriusXM show.
A brutal injury week for the Giants and the NFL as a whole. Saquon Barkley (above) rolled his ankle after stepping on a defender's foot after the play was over.
Liss is putting his money on Alvin Kamara and New Orleans in week five.
if you benched Robert Woods, you missed the forest for the trees.
Chris Liss and Joe Bartel discuss Kyle Pitts' outlook this week versus the Jets in London.
Chris Liss is counting on Kirk Cousins to deliver him a Survivor victory in Week 5.
Chris Liss and Joe Bartel discuss their expectations for Justin Fields, who gets another start this week at Las Vegas.
The Staff likes Justin Herbert and the Chargers as 1.5-point home favorites against the Browns.
Chris Liss likes Mac Jones and the Patriots in Houston and Tom Brady's Buccaneers home against the Dolphins.
Chris Liss likes Alvin Kamara and the Saints as 1.5-point road favorites in Washington.
After an abysmal three-week start, the rookie quarterbacks, including Trevor Lawrence (above), had the best performances of their careers.
Austin Ekeler's early-down between-the-tackles running was impressive.
You had to wait a couple weeks, but Saquon Barkley is once again a top-five overall back.
Liss believes Danny "Bitcoin" will cover the spread against New Orleans this week.
He didn't get the win, but it seemed the light bulb finally went on for mega-prospect Trevor Lawrence.
Chris Liss is taking the "free square" in week 4 Survivor.
Chris Liss and Alan Seslowsky believe Cooper Kupp is a locked in top 10 player in fantasy football.
The Staff likes Daniel Jones and the Giants getting eight points in New Orleans this week.
Unless you expect more than 68 percent ownership on Josh Allen and the Bills, take them at home against the Texans.
Chris Liss is buying low on the Bears, laying three at home against the Lions, no matter who the quarterback is.
As William Munny said to Little Bill Daggett: Deserve's got nothing to do with it.
Ezekiel Elliott looked like the vintage version, overpowering the Eagles for 116 total yards and two touchdowns.
The greatest of all time at his position by a greater margin than any player at any position came through massively for all the marbles.
Chris Liss is wagering on Justin Fields and the Bears in week three.
Christian McCaffrey's hamstring injury is a seismic event in the fantasy landscape.