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Film Review: Fool's Gold

Brett Hundley had much better results against the Bears than he did against the Saints or Lions, but the tape didn't show a truly improved player.

Film Review: Better Late Than Never

Alshon Jeffery and Carson Wentz struggled to hit the same note earlier this year, but a breakout game against Denver portends a strong finish for Jeffery.

Film Review: Anderson Ascends

Although he was an undrafted rookie just last year, Robby Anderson has emerged as the Jets' WR1 and has shown promise in the role.

Film Review: Two Out of Three

Todd Gurley's sophomore season was a bust, but by dominating a tough Arizona defense he's reestablished himself as the elite runner he was his rookie year.

Film Review: Concern for Cousins

Kirk Cousins has posted strong numbers to this point, but his production could sink if Washington doesn't improve its results at wide receiver.

Film Review: Fournette Arrives

After a first month where his fantasy value was mostly the result of high usage volume, Leonard Fournette broke out for his first explosive game in Jacksonville's upset over Pittsburgh.

Film Review: Watson's New Weapon

With Will Fuller's return from injury, an already surging Deshaun Watson has a new, unique weapon to work with

Film Review: Cook Ascending

Expectations were relatively high for Dalvin Cook this year, but his showing against Tampa Bay tells us he's at a level few foresaw.

Film Review: Allen Stays Hot

After a puzzling 2016 sophomore season where he nearly seemed on the outs from Baltimore, Javorius Allen has reestablished himself as a fantasy factor through the first two weeks of 2017.

Film Review: Week 1 Breakdown

Mario Puig analyzes each game from Week 1, including the surprising development in the Chicago backfield. Should fantasy owners trust Tarik Cohen?