Chris Mosinski examines a number of Premier League players who are worth selling ahead of Gameweek 8, including Man United's Henrikh Mkhitaryan, and offers viable replacements for each.
Harry Kane has been a huge disappointment for fantasy managers through the first three gameweeks, but Chris Mosinski explains why now is the time to jump on the Spurs striker.
Chris Mosinski reviews the first three weeks of the Premier League season to help fantasy Premier League managers decide whether certain players are worth targeting or letting go.
Olivier Giroud has a goal and two assists in his last two matches, and with Danny Welbeck's knee injury, the Frenchman has no competition for playing time in Sunday's season-finale.
Aaron Ramsey continues to play a deeper central midfield role, which has taken him further away from goal and further away from fantasy points.
The emergence of Marcus Rashford and the return of Wayne Rooney from injury has pushed Juan Mata further away from being a viable fantasy option.
A popular pick in Gameweek 33 because of his two matches, RotoWire's Tate McIntyre explains why it's okay to part ways with Romelu Lukaku.
Kevin De Bruyne missed a number of months due to injury, but he's returned with a bang and fantasy owners should jump at adding him back.
Ross Barkley has shown numerous times that he has considerable upside, but he has now gone five straight league matches without factoring into a goal.
Aleksandar Kolarov remains one of the most expensive FPL defensive options, but RotoWire's Tate McIntyre explains why it's time to let the Man City left-back go.
With Dele Alli banged up, RotoWire's Tate McIntyre has a solid replacement for fantasy owners looking for value on a truncated Premier League slate this weekend.
Liverpool's Roberto Firmino has four goals and four assists in his last five league matches and looks poised to keep it going this weekend against Crystal Palace.
Alexis Sanchez has been very quiet since returning from injury, and RotoWire's Tate McIntyre thinks it's time to step away from the Gunners attacker.
Fraser Forster has quickly reminded everyone that he's one of the best keepers in the Premier League, as he's posted five clean sheets in five starts since returning from his long-term knee injury.
After a rough start to the season, Gylfi Sigurdsson is in excellent form and could continue his solid play this weekend against a struggling Crystal Palace.
Theo Walcott's extended run of starts could be coming to an end now that Alexis Sanchez is back from his injury, though there's one other Arsenal midfielder who could be the one moving back to the bench.
Jamie Vardy was the story of the season until the condensed holiday period, but he has cooled off considerably since then and RotoWire's Tate McIntrye says it's time to look elsewhere for fantasy production.
Enner Valencia had a brace in Tuesday's win over Bournemouth, and with Diafra Sakho and Andy Carroll sidelined by injuries, he is slated for significant playing time leading the Hammers' attack.
While Romelu Lukaku and Ross Barkley often get the attention as Everton's best attackers, RotoWire's Tate McIntyre reminds fantasy owners that they shouldn't ignore another piece of the Toffees' attack.
After a terrible start to the season, Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic has three clean sheets and a goal in his last six matches, and the Blues look re-born after sacking Jose Mourinho.
Jordan Henderson is back from injury and already looking very comfortable in manager Jurgen Klopp's attacking system.
Aaron Ramsey has moved back to his preferred central midfield role due to Arsenal's injury crisis, and he's already paying dividends for fantasy managers.
With a plethora of injuries in the Arsenal midfield, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has a huge opportunity to prove his worth to fantasy owners in the coming weeks.
Ross Barkley was one of the first players touted in the Barometer this season, but he's surpassed even the high expectations and has a very favorable schedule in the coming weeks.
Romelu Lukaku has two goals and two assists in his last two matches, and RotoWire's Tate McIntrye explains why it's still a good time to jump on the Everton striker.
Diego Costa continues to struggle, along with many of Chelsea's star players, and RotoWire's Tate McIntyre says his high price in most fantasy formats is just not worth it right now.
Mesut Ozil leads the Premier League with seven assists this season, including five in his last four matches, and he looks poised to keep his strong play going while anchoring a potent Arsenal attack.
There were high expectations for Memphis Depay heading into the season, but he's failed to live up to them so far and continues to be expensive in most fantasy formats.
RotoWire's Tate McIntrye checks in players rising and falling heading into Gameweek 9, including Newcastle's Papiss Cisse who simply can't justify his price in fantasy Premier League given his returns this season.
Daniel Sturridge has returned from his long-term hip injury in excellent form, and RotoWire's Tate McIntyre says it's time to jump on before the price tag gets too high.