Jerry Donabedian evaluates the implications of preseason playing time in various backfields, including James Conner taking every snap with the first-team offense in Pittsburgh.
Jerry Donabedian tries to figure out an appropriate draft spot for Josh Gordon post-reinstatement.
Jerry Donabedian looks at snap counts from the first week of the preseason, explaining why O.J. Howard's every-down role with the starting offense is far more relevant than his lack of receiving production.
Jerry Donabedian takes a way-too-early look at DraftKings' Week 1 player prices, eyeing an expensive stack from the Falcons-Vikings game.
Jerry Donabedian breaks down the basics of daily fantasy football on FanDuel, including why players should put a heavier emphasis on touchdowns as opposed to receptions.
Jerry Donabedian analyzes the top breakout candidates for 2019, including Baker Mayfield's path to becoming a top-3 fantasy QB.
Jerry Donabedian surveys the Washington football team, focusing on the QB competition, the health of young running back Derrius Guice and the glut of injuries that have hammered the Redskins in recent years.
Jerry Donabedian provides a glimpse of his strategy for NFL dynasty leagues on Ottoneu, where rosters can include NCAA players to stash for future seasons.
Are you a season-long player looking to get into daily fantasy football? RotoWire's Jerry Donabedian breaks down the basics for playing on DraftKings.
Jerry Donabedian is surprised to see early drafters overvaluing both Zach Ertz and Dallas Goedert after the Eagles upgraded their running backs and wide receivers during the offseason.
Jerry Donabedian analyzes how the NFL has become a league of "seven yards and a cloud of dust" and explains what that means for fantasy owners this season.
Jerry Donabedian believes a lack of offensive talent in Jacksonville leaves an enormous burden on the unreliable Leonard Fournette.
Jerry recaps his first ever rookie auction in a dynasty league, explaining why he spent $59 on wide receivers and just $2 on running backs. The one big regret? Missing out on Kyler Murray.
Rashaad Penny's ADP rose throughout the spring, but he's still an excellent pick in the sixth or seventh round. Per usual, best ball provides some lessons that can be applied to any fantasy format.
Picking 13th in a 14-team experts mock, Jerry Donabedian eventually regretted his decision to pass on Julio Jones twice.
Jerry Donabedian takes a look at undrafted players from the 2019 rookie class, hoping to find the next Phillip Lindsay, Gus Edwards or Robert Foster.
There was some thought Bryce Love might last until the sixth or seventh round, but Washington scooped him up in the fourth, presumably with plans for a 2019 redshirt.
While a number of teams will be taking it easy on superstar players, the Giants may lean on Saquon Barkley to end an ugly season on a high note.
T.J. Watt and the Steelers will make Jeff Driskel pay for their Week 16 frustrations.
A matchup with Houston should encourage Doug Pederson to chuck the ball around, and there's always a small chance Nick Foles can pad his stats with a reception.
Following a Week 15 shutout win on the road, the Titans return home for a cupcake matchup with Josh Johnson and the injury-ravaged Redskins.
Even after accounting for ownership, a Patriots-Steelers stack is the best play for Week 15.
The Buffalo defense was a major disappointment in Week 14, but it should bounce back strong against the injury-riddled Lions offense.
Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams get an ideal matchup to ease into the post-McCarthy era.
A Thursday game pitting Marcus Mariota against Cody Kessler is the perfect recipe for sacks and turnovers.
Spencer Ware belongs in all DFS lineups following his unexpected ascent to the lead role in the Kansas City backfield.
Seattle is the top streaming pick for Week 13, while Denver makes sense for those taking a multi-week approach.
Matt Breida is a perfect centerpiece for any DFS lineup, including those that stack the 49ers-Bucs game.
The Cowboys shouldn't have much trouble disposing of Colt McCoy on Thanksgiving.
Saquon Barkley catches enough balls to be included in a Bucs-Giants passing stack, and he's also an excellent stand-alone option in lineups that stack a different game.