Fantasy owners naturally want to trust the players who got them to this point of the season, but some players who have emerged in recent weeks could also be worthy of starting spots. We discuss the merits of trusting who brought you here and riding the hot hand in our Week 15 fantasy football rankings.
Carson Wentz is expected to miss this week's game with the Rams, and possibly the rest of the season, because of a back injury. That doesn't mean that Nick Foles is suddenly relevant in fantasy leagues.
The huge showdown between the Chiefs and Chargers on Thursday night is clouded by injury concerns on both sides. Those concerns carry over to the fantasy football world, where owners could be scrambling to replace Tyreek Hill, Melvin Gordon and Spencer Ware.
Derek Carr had one of his best games of the season in a tough spot against the Steelers last week. His reward? A cushy matchup with the Bengals in Week 15. He leads our look at the top streamers for fantasy football's semifinals.
4for4's Snap App allows you to filter player snap data acquired from the official NFL gamebooks by position, team and timeframe. The application is designed to help spot playtime trends, analyze playtime percentages and identify increasing or decreasing fantasy opportunity.
4for4's Red Zone Data covers all plays that take place inside fantasy football's most important area of the field. Sort data by passing, rushing and receiving, as well as inside the 20-yard line, inside the 10-yard line, and inside the 5-yard line.
4for4's Schedule-Adjusted Fantasy Points Allowed metric, or aFPA, allows you to compare fantasy points allowed on an apples-to-apples basis by removing schedule bias. Each defense's fantasy points allowed by position are adjusted to paint a more accurate picture by reflecting the relative difficulty of the team's schedule to date.