An influx of talented young receivers like Terry McLaurin makes the position deeper and tougher to rank than in years past.
Taking Lamar Jackson in the second round would have generated significant side bets, but it's the Patriots defense in Round 4 that would have gotten your league-mates to go all-in against your juggernaut.
Tom Brady's having a bad season by conventional metrics, but he's getting little help from his receivers, and he's largely avoiding negative plays.
Jared Goff had more than 400 yards halfway through the third quarter in a rout of the Cardinals Sunday. Chris Liss had made Arizona his best bet.
Chris Liss is grateful for his improbable wins in Week 12 when players like Ryan Fitzpatrick racked up needed points in garbage time.
A small handful of your decisions, like taking Lamar Jackson as your fantasy quarterback, have outsized impact on your results.
Chris Liss wasn't happy this summer when Saquon Barkley went one pick ahead of him, and he was stuck with Christian McCaffrey at pick two.
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.
If net points were the criterion for Wild Card berths, Russell Wilson might be asked to throw the ball more often.
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 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.
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.
Leonard Fournette's impressive 81-yard run was miraculously not called back by a holding penalty.
People ridiculed Giants GM Dave Gettleman for passing on last year's quarterbacks and reaching for Daniel Jones at pick six, but after one start, it looks like Jones might be the best of the bunch.
Chris Liss thinks Patrick Mahomes should have been an easy call in the second round this year and regrets not having more shares of him.
Week 1 saw teams unleash their deep threats like Cincinnati's John Ross, Baltimore's Marquise Brown and Philadelphia's DeSean Jackson.
With Antonio Brown gone, Chris Liss predicts Juju Smith-Schuster will finish top-three in catches and yards among wide receivers.
Chris Liss has the Ravens' Lamar Jackson as the No. 7 QB on his board due in large part to Jackson's rushing skills.
A real man takes Patrick Mahomes in Round 1 and accepts massive sidebets from the Le'Veon Bell and Leonard Fournette owners before drafting the Bears Defense in Round 2.
If you don't have a superstar, and an elite prospect like Baker Mayfield is unavailable, go with a rental.
Chris Liss argues for the importance of the running game in general and individual star running backs in particular.
Chris Liss makes the case against Frank Gore's Hall of Fame candidacy and discusses his process for choosing best bets against the spread.
Is Davante Adams merely good, or is he one of the NFL's best receivers?
Chris Liss thought it laughable that Christian McCaffrey crept into the first-round late in draft season.
Ultimate compiler Frank Gore passed Barry Sanders to move into sixth place on the all-time yards from scrimmage list.
Andrew Luck is on pace for 46 TD passes this year - where would that put him on the all-time list?
Star QBs like Drew Brees are powering the league's elite teams, but it's never been easier to play quarterback in the NFL.
Chris Liss argues Barkley is already the best back in the NFL and worth the No. 2 pick given the particular quarterbacks available.
Was drafting Leonard Fournette in the first round an unforced error or simply bad luck?
Unable to find a photo of Equanimeous St. Brown, Chris Liss opts for Mitchell Trubisky who threw six TD passes.