If you don't need immediate help for your Fantasy football team, Chris Towers has some low-ownership players worth stashing on your bench.
Dave Richard likes a lot of players from the Eagles, Broncos and Colts, but that opening game of the year should be great for Fantasy owners. Here's our Week 1 Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet.
Jamey Eisenberg's and Dave Richard's weekly rankings are the perfect tool for helping you set your lineup, but they're not on the same page with every player. In those cases, Scott White is happy to break the tie.
No. 2 overall pick Marcus Mariota's night started with two turnovers, but he responded with a big touchdown drive that showed off his accuracy and touch.
Marcus Mariota gets off to a rocky start in his debut, turning the ball over twice against the Falcons. But the rookie shrugs off his early miscues and makes enough positive plays to give the Titans plenty of hope.
Many players have switched teams this season, and Jamey Eisenberg sorts out whether those moves have a positive or negative impact on Fantasy value.
DeAndre Hopkins and Keenan Allen highlight the Class of 2013 receivers, but Charles Johnson and Terrance Williams could step up their performance this year.
Jamey Eisenberg took part in a mock draft with users in #iwannamock, and Matt Forte is the catalyst of his team.
Tennessee's quarterback group struggled with accuracy last season, but that might be Mariota's best attribute.
Among the Falcons rookies expected impress is Clemson defensive tackle Grady Jarrett, a bowling ball of energy well suited to Dan Quinn's aggressive scheme.

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