All eyes are on Javonte Williams with his backfield mate banged up, and RotoWire's Jerry Donabedian believes the rookie needs to be started even if Melvin Gordon ends up playing this Sunday.
Odell Beckham had an up-and-down Sunday, but it was All Systems Go in terms of the workload, with both OBJ and Van Jefferson joining Cooper Kupp in every-down roles.
Jerry Donabedian chooses he Vikings as his top streamer for Week 13, with an expectation of starting them in Weeks 14 and 15 as well.
Chuba Hubbard didn't get many carries in Sunday's blowout loss, but it looks like he'll have a second run in the lead role with Christian McCaffrey ruled out for the season.
Russell Wilson and the Seahawks have one last chance to right the ship and stay in the NFC wild-card race, facing a Washington team that's missing its top two pass rushers.
The QB carousel in New York may complicate things, but Elijah Moore appears to have locked down a full-time role for the final month and a half of the season.
The Eagles aren't Jerry Donabedian's top streaming pick for Week 12, but they're an excellent choice if you're looking ahead to Week 13 or the playoffs.
AJ Dillon was kept out of the end zone this past Sunday in Minnesota, but his hefty workload hints at big things ahead if Aaron Jones misses additional time with a knee sprain.
Jaylen Waddle gets QB Tua Tagovailoa back in the lineup just in time for a matchup with the Jets.
TE Dan Arnold still hasn't scored a touchdown since he was traded to Jacksonville, but he's getting steady volume as the unexpected go-to target for rookie QB Trevor Lawrence.
Coming off a huge win over the Rams on Monday night, Nick Bosa and the 49ers take their show on the road to Duval.
Jonathan Taylor already eliminated Marlon Mack's role and now has his eyes on Nyheim Hines' share of the workload.
Marvin Jones hasn't done much since DJ Chark went down for the year, but RotoWire's Jerry Donabedian expects that to change this Sunday against the Colts.
Rashod Bateman, Pat Freiermuth and Elijah Moore are suddenly thriving, but playing time could be an issue for all three rookies as veteran teammates return from injuries.
The red-hot Titans are Jerry Donabedian's top streaming pick for Week 10, but the Packers could be a great choice as well if they face Geno Smith rather than Russell Wilson.
Baltimore Devonta Freeman is making a case to keep his starting job even after Latavius Murray returns.
DeVante Parker is struggling to stay on the field, but he still sees plenty of targets whenever he's able to play.
The Cowboys are available in some leagues after a bye and a tough road matchup, now returning home to face Teddy Bridgewater and the Broncos.
With Derrick Henry in danger of missing the rest of the season, Jeremy McNichols and Adrian Peterson headline the waiver list for Week 9.
Jerry Donabedian believes Darrel Williams needs to be in starting lineups this week, even with only two NFL teams on bye.
Jerry Donabedian likes Michael Carter's floor and upside in Week 8.
Everyone is talking about Ja'Marr Chase, and rightfully so, but teammate Tee Higgins looks ready for a breakout of his own.
Jessie Bates and the Bengals get a premium Week 8 draw against the Flacco-led Jets.
While nothing is set in stone, it looks like Kenneth Gainwell and Boston Scott will split carries while Miles Sanders is on the shelf with an ankle sprain.
Cordarrelle Patterson has produced all the highlights this year, but Mike Davis should also be productive for the Falcons this week.
It was a rough week for pass catchers around the league, but Washington's Ricky Seals-Jones looks like a solid TE1 until Logan Thomas returns from a hamstring injury.
The Cardinals are in an ideal spot this week, favored by more than two touchdowns against J.J Watt's former team.
With Nick Chubb and now Kareem Hunt both battling calf injuries, D'Ernest Johnson is the top waiver add in most leagues.
Joe Burrow and the Bengals offense should take a bit out of their cat cousins in Detroit this weekend, potentially supporting productive outings for all three wide receivers.
Brown TE David Njoku made a splash this past weekend, but RotoWire's Jerry Donabedian will need to see more routes and snaps before truly buying in.
A home matchup with Houston will help Darius Leonard and the Colts defense rebound from their Monday night collapse in Baltimore.
Jerry Donabedian sorts out the mess from a busy Week 5 where big stat lines and big-name injuries both came in bunches. Now it's time for the likes of Darrel Williams and Devontae Booker to shine (or not).
RotoWire's Jerry Donabedian foresees a big week for Leonard Fournette, even if Giovani Bernard returns from a knee injury to take back Tampa's third-down snaps.
While Cordarrelle Patterson has been hogging all the highlights, Calvin Ridley's usage suggests a huge game is right around the corner.
A home matchup with Jared Goff should lead to a big Week 5 performance for Minnesota's improving defense.
Latavius Murray made his first start for the Ravens in Week 4 and hit paydirt for a third time in four games.
The Bucs defense is no joke, but New England's Jakobi Meyers should push for double-digit targets against a banged-up secondary Sunday night.
Brandon Aiyuk is back in a full-time role, but Deebo Samuel still looks like the Niners' No. 1 receiver.
The Bengals are 7.5-point favorites over their cat cousins, with DE Trey Hendrickson looking to make life even more difficult for struggling rookie QB Trevor Lawrence.
The workload breakdown from Thursday night suggests Chuba Hubbard should be a solid fantasy starter while Christian McCaffrey is on the shelf with a hamstring injury.
Detroit's secondary has gone from bad to worse, setting up Marquise Brown for another big week in what's rapidly shaping up as his breakout season.
Mecole Hardman hasn't put up a big stat line yet, but his new role in KC creates potential for a true breakout in the coming weeks.
Carolina pass rushers Brian Burns and Haason Reddick should be licking their chops ahead of a matchup with Texans rookie QB Davis Mills.
The Steelers haven't shown much of a running game through two weeks, but Najee Harris should get enough to flirt with RB1 status anyway.
The Packers should rebound in a big way Monday night, scoring enough points to support productive days from secondary weapons like Marquez Valdes-Scantling and AJ Dillon.
Kyle Pitts, Mark Andrews and Tyler Higbee didn't put up huge numbers Week 1, but each of the three had underlying usage that hints at big days ahead.
Jerry Donabedian expects the Packers to rebound from a brutal Week 1 loss and take out their frustrations on Jared Goff and the undermanned Lions.
Elijah Mitchell is the talk of the town, but another NFC West running back may prove even more valuable after handling a three-down role Sunday night.
Raheem Mostert won't necessarily hold up throughout the year, but he should thrive in his Week 1 matchup on the turf in Detroit.
The Panthers still have some holes on defense, but their promising pass rush should cause problems for the Jets' Zach Wilson in his first NFL start.