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FanDuel Daily Fantasy Football Helper: Wild Card Round (Sunday)
Brandon Gdula, numberFire
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FanDuel Daily Fantasy Football Helper: Wild Card Round (Sunday)

How big of a priority are the star receivers on the Sunday slate for Wild Card Weekend?
FanDuel Single-Game Daily Fantasy Football Helper: Wild Card Sunday (Ravens at Bengals)
Kenyatta Storin, numberFire
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FanDuel Single-Game Daily Fantasy Football Helper: Wild Card Sunday (Ravens at Bengals)

The Bengals are expected to roll against their division rivals on Sunday. Who should we prioritize at MVP?
Sunday Night Football Betting: Why Should You Back the Over in This Contest?
Matt Kupferle, numberFire
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Sunday Night Football Betting: Why Should You Back the Over in This Contest?

Bitter rivals square off in an AFC North matchup tonight. What betting angles make sense?
FanDuel Single-Game Daily Fantasy Football Helper: Week 17 Sunday Night (Steelers at Ravens)
Matthew Lo, numberFire
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FanDuel Single-Game Daily Fantasy Football Helper: Week 17 Sunday Night (Steelers at Ravens)

In a matchup versus a Steelers' team ranked 21st in fantasy points allowed to quarterbacks, Baltimore's Tyler Huntley is rated as numberFire's top option. Who else should be considered on Sunday night?
Week 17 Fantasy Football Start or Sit: It's Time for Championship Week Decisions
Brandon Gdula, numberFire
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Week 17 Fantasy Football Start or Sit: It's Time for Championship Week Decisions

How likely are players to help us out in championship matchups this week? Here's what the data has to say.
3 NFL Player Prop Bets for Week 15: Saturday Slate
Thomas Vecchio, numberFire
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3 NFL Player Prop Bets for Week 15: Saturday Slate

Jonathan Taylor plays a solid role for the Colts and has a great matchup. Which other player props should you consider?
FanDuel Daily Fantasy Football Helper: Week 15 (Saturday Slate)
Austan Kas, numberFire
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FanDuel Daily Fantasy Football Helper: Week 15 (Saturday Slate)

Jonathan Taylor is seeing big-time volume, and that's hard to turn down on a three-game slate. Who else should you prioritize for Saturday's games?
10 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Targets Heading Into Week 15
Austan Kas, numberFire
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10 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Targets Heading Into Week 15

Jerick McKinnon has led the Chiefs' backfield in snaps in two straight weeks and is coming off a monster outing. Who else should you add for the fantasy football playoffs?
Week 13 Fantasy Football Start or Sit: Accounting for Running Back Role Changes
Brandon Gdula, numberFire
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Week 13 Fantasy Football Start or Sit: Accounting for Running Back Role Changes

The running back landscape is shifting for a lot of teams. How should we view certain backfields? And who else can we start this week?
10 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Targets Heading Into Week 13
Austan Kas, numberFire
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10 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Targets Heading Into Week 13

Zonovan Knight is one of this week's top waiver adds in season-long fantasy football. Who else needs to be on your radar?
Week 11 Fantasy Football Start or Sit: Has Justin Fields Turned the Chicago Bears Into Fantasy Gold?
Brandon Gdula, numberFire
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Week 11 Fantasy Football Start or Sit: Has Justin Fields Turned the Chicago Bears Into Fantasy Gold?

Justin Fields is unstoppable right now. How has that impacted his pass-catchers? See how everyone rates out for Week 11.
10 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Targets Heading Into Week 8
Austan Kas, numberFire
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10 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Targets Heading Into Week 8

Gus Edwards returned with a bang in Week 7 and makes for a great pickup in season-long formats. Who else needs to be added?
Week 7 Fantasy Football Start or Sit: Can We Finally Trust the Chiefs' Receivers?
Brandon Gdula, numberFire
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Week 7 Fantasy Football Start or Sit: Can We Finally Trust the Chiefs' Receivers?

We know to start Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce every week, but are JuJu Smith-Schuster and Marquez Valdes-Scantling moving up the fantasy football ranks even in tough matchups?
Week 6 Fantasy Football Start or Sit: What Should We Do With Najee Harris?
Brandon Gdula, numberFire
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Week 6 Fantasy Football Start or Sit: What Should We Do With Najee Harris?

Najee Harris' role has been okay, but the results haven't been there. Now, he's facing the Buccaneers. Where does he rate out among running backs in Week 6? And how do the other positions shape up?
FanDuel Single-Game Daily Fantasy Football Helper: Week 5 Sunday Night (Bengals at Ravens)
Matthew Lo, numberFire
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FanDuel Single-Game Daily Fantasy Football Helper: Week 5 Sunday Night (Bengals at Ravens)

Baltimore's Lamar Jackson stands out as numberFire's top option with a 23.2 FanDuel point projection. Which other players should be considered for Sunday night's single-game slate?

J.K. Dobbins Status

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Dobbins rushed 13 times for 62 yards while catching four of five targets for 43 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-17 wild-card round loss to the Bengals.

What it means:

Dobbins just stretched the ball over the goal line on his two-yard touchdown catch to get the Ravens on the board in the second quarter. He was also Baltimore's most effective option on the ground, finishing with one more carry than Gus Edwards and eight more rushing yards than quarterback Tyler Huntley. After two surgeries on his knee, Dobbins finally looks to have regained pre-injury form, which will make the 2020 second-round pick out of Ohio State an enticing fantasy option in 2023 as the lead back in a run-first Ravens offense that's likely to be quarterbacked by Lamar Jackson (knee).
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Dobbins is listed as active for Sunday's playoff opener against the Bengals.

What it means:

As is top tight end Mark Andrews, after both players were rested during Baltimore's regular-season finale last weekend. In his return to action Sunday, look for Dobbins to lead his team's backfield versus Cincinnati in a matchup in which the Ravens figure to lean heavily on their ground game in the continued absence of top QB Lamar Jackson (knee).
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Dobbins (rest) is inactive for Sunday's game in Cincinnati.

What it means:

TE Mark Andrews and G Kevin Zeitler also are inactive after not having injury designations for the game. Other starters may be rested as well in preparation for the wild-card round, and QB Tyler Huntley (shoulder) joins QB Lamar Jackson (knee) on the inactive list. Dobbins, Andrews and Zeitler will be back for the playoffs; the real question is whether Jackson and/or Huntley will be.
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Ravens' J.K. Dobbins (rest) will not play in Week 18

What it means:

Baltimore Ravens running back J.K. Dobbins (rest) will not play in the team's Week 18 game against the Cincinnati Bengals. With a playoff spot already locked down, the Ravens will rest their explosive third-year back in a mostly-meaningless contest (for the Ravens) against the Bengals. Dobbins suffered massive knee injury last preseason, and has been working back to full strength ever since. The Ravens will focus on making sure he's healthy for the playoffs. Dobbins still isn't 100% back from his knee injuries (by his own admission), but that hasn't stopped him from rushing for an absurd 6.96 yards per carry clip since returning in Week 14. With Dobbins sidelined, Gus Edwards should see a solid workload against the Bengals. He has a $5,800 salary on FanDuel and is projected for 10.1 fantasy points in Week 18.
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The Ravens are expected to rest Dobbins in Sunday's regular-season finale against the Bengals, Jamison Hensley of ESPN reports.

What it means:

Though Dobbins doesn't carry an injury designation for the contest, it appears as though the Ravens are inclined to err on the side of caution with the running back, who was on IR earlier this season due to a knee issue, with an eye toward having him healthy for the team's upcoming postseason run. In his expected absence, Gus Edwards would figure to see an expanded role Sunday, with Justice Hill and Kenyan Drake also in Baltimore's Week 18 backfield mix.
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Dobbins rushed 17 times for 93 yards and was not targeted in the passing game in Sunday's 16-13 loss to Pittsburgh.

What it means:

This Steelers-Ravens rivalry game lived up to the billing, producing a physical low-scoring bout. Dobbins did his part by churning out big chunks on the ground despite facing six-man defensive fronts at times. Head coach John Harbaugh stuck with the hot hand after fellow back Gus Edwards (three carries for two yards) struggled early in the contest. It will be important to monitor the result of the Bengals' game on Monday, as the Ravens will still have a chance to play for the division crown next week if they lose to the Bills. If Baltimore enters Week 18 with nothing meaningful to play for, it wouldn't be surprising to see the oft-injured Dobbins' playing time limited in preparation for postseason play.