The Buccaneers have 0 wins at home this season, but have also impressed in a few high - scoring performances. Which team will we see this week?
The Staff likes Khalil Mack and the Bears as 2.5-point favorites over the Lions Sunday.
Are Hunter Henry and Melvin Gordon impacting Keenan Allen's performances?
Chris likes Lamar Jackson and the Ravens in Cincinnati this week, especially given their low ownership.
Chris likes Khalil Mack and the Bears at home as 2.5-point favorites against the Lions.
Golden State power forward Eric Paschall could be seeing lots of minutes as injuries to his teammates mount.
It's not just the random backups more than holding their own, but left-for-dead veterans like Derek Carr and Ryan Tannehill showing almost anyone in a decent situation can have success in the modern NFL.
Is Houston WR DeAndre Hopkins regressing? Liss thinks so, and explains his logic to Jeff.
Liss and Jeff discuss tactics Lamar Jackson and the Ravens should follow to beat the Pats.
Has Los Angeles wideout Brandin Cooks been disappointing for too long?
The Staff likes Derek Carr and the Raiders laying only two points at home against the Lions.
Dak Prescott and the Cowboys are only four percent owned, making them the "pot-odds" play this week.
Chris likes Case Keenum (assuming he's recovered from his concussion) and the Redskins getting 9.5 points in Buffalo this week.
ESPN's Andre Snellings joins Liss and Jeff to discuss the Clippers.
If net points were the criterion for Wild Card berths, Russell Wilson might be asked to throw the ball more often.
Liss can't help expressing his love for Aaron Rodgers after Sunday Night's thriller. Imagine the what the QB's stats could be with a better receiving corps.
The Staff likes Danny Dollars and the Giants getting seven in Detroit against the Lions
If you don't have the Patriots available, James Conner and the Steelers are a good value with less than 23-percent ownership.
Chris especially likes Russell Wilson and the Seahawks laying 3.5 in Atlanta and the Packers laying 4.5 at Arrowhead.
The extent to which star running backs like Saquon Barkley matter to team success is not determined by measuring the impact of average running backs.
The Staff likes Matthew Stafford and the Lions as one-point home underdogs against the Vikings.
Chris Liss likes George Kittle and the 49ers as a "pot odds" play with the Bills seeing nearly 70 percent ownership this week.
Chris likes Russell Wilson and the Seahawks as 3.5-point home favorites against the visiting Ravens.
The NFL's two top teams, the Patriots and 49ers, are winning with elite defense this year, a stark departure from how last year shook out.
Liss and Jeff discuss who outside of Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce can be trusted for the Chiefs. Hear Liss' take on Sammy Watkins.
The Staff likes Phillip Lindsay and the Broncos as 2.5-point home favorites against the visiting Titans.
If you've used the Patriots, the next best pick is Lamar Jackson and the Ravens hosting the Bengals.
Chris likes Carson Wentz and the Eagles as three-point underdogs in Minnesota this week. He also likes the Giants, Texans, Falcons and Seahawks.
Liss and Jeff re-rank the QB's and give Russell Wilson more love than he received in the preseason.
There are only a few elite quarterbacks like Russell Wilson. For the most part, it's the quality of coaching, scheme and offensive line that determines the fate of the offense.