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  1. Custom Game Logs
    On player pages, the game log feature breaks down stats for every game of the season. You can also pick a specific time frame and see the average stats from that period. http://www.rotowire.com/basketball/player.htm?id=3197
  2. NHL Starting Goalie Grid
    This is a quick place to see which goalies are confirmed as starting to help you build your DFS hockey lineup. http://www.rotowire.com/hockey/projected_goalies.htm
  3. NBA Defense v. Position
    This shows you the average stats and points allowed by each team against certain positions. This is great for making decisions in season-long and DFS lineups. http://www.rotowire.com/daily/nba/defense-vspos.htm
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Get em' while they're hot! See this week's risers and put them in your lineup. Want more? Read the full article here: ($) http://www.rotowire.com/football/showArticle.htm?id=30888
  1. Jordan Howard, RB, CHI
    Howard wasn't a big factor in the red zone this year, at least until he faced the 49ers in a Week 13 snowstorm when he scored three times to double his touchdown output on the season.
  2. Ted Ginn, WR, CAR
    He's always been a bit of a one-trick pony with his ability as a deep threat, and that's what makes him dangerous to use in fantasy lineups. However, despite not having more than five receptions in any game this season, the veteran has posted at least 40 yards in seven straight, so his floor has risen.
  3. Travis Kelce, TE, KC
    It always seems as if we're just waiting for Kelce to fall back to earth after a big performance, but he now has posted three straight 100-yard games while seeing two of his three highest target totals of the season. He's been targeted 10.6 times in those three contests, and he's responded by catching 23 passes.
  4. Julian Edelman, WR, NE
    He's back! After posting 60 yards or less with just one touchdown over a six-game stretch, Edelman is back to being an excellent weekly option. In his last four games, he's had at least 77 yards while catching at least seven passes, and he also scored a touchdown. He's also been targeted an impressive 40 times during the last three weeks.
Here are this week's top 10 shooting guards to help you make your best lineup. See more rankings and positions here: ($) http://www.rotowire.com/basketball/showArticle.htm?id=30871
  1. Klay Thompson, GSW
  2. James Harden, HOU
  3. Jimmy Butler, CHI
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Here are this week's defenses most likely to hold their opponent. See the rest of the value meter here: ($) http://www.rotowire.com/football/showArticle.htm?id=30789
  1. Denver Broncos at JAX
  2. Seattle Seahawks v CAR
    Injuries are starting to catch up to the Seahawks defense - Earl Thomas, Michael Bennett and DeShawn Shead all missed the loss against the Bucks.
  3. New England Patriots v LA
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Check out the top 10 small forwards for this week to help you make your best starting lineup. See more players and positions here: ($) http://www.rotowire.com/basketball/showArticle.htm?id=30750
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    Carmelo Anthony, NYK
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    Kevin Durant, GSW
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    LeBron James, CLE
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Be the first to snag the top available wide receivers for Week 13 and help you get ahead. See the full article with more positions here: ($) http://www.rotowire.com/football/showArticle.htm?id=30769
  1. Malcolm Mitchell, NE
    Mitchell scored twice Sunday and could have had an even better game had he timed his dive better in the end zone on a pass that went through his fingertips. This is now two weeks with an effective fantasy game, and with the injuries to Rob Gronkowski and Martellus Bennett there's good reason to think he can keep this up.
  2. Dontrelle Inman, SD
    With the list of injured receivers growing for the Chargers it could very well be Inman who ends up the top wide receiver. Inman missed the last part of the game with what was thought to be a concussion, but he was later cleared and will not enter the concussion protocol. Inman finally had a breakout game, catching all six of his targets for 119 yards and a touchdown.
  3. Taylor Gabriel, ATL
    Atlanta appears to have found a second receiving weapon to target when Roddy White is in a tough matchup. Gabriel scored twice Sunday, his fourth consecutive game with a touchdown. The offense has made a concerted effort to get the ball in his hands whether it's receiving or rushing.
  4. Marquess Wilson, CHI
    Wilson came out of nowhere to catch eight balls for 125 yards and a score Sunday, though most of it came in garbage time. Still, he led the Bears with 11 targets, and it was evident he and fellow backup Matt Barkley had some chemistry together.
See which players just haven't made the cut. Help craft your lineup using these falling projections. Want to see more risers and fallers? Full article here: ($) http://www.rotowire.com/football/showArticle.htm?id=30764
  1. Devonta Freeman, RB, ATL
    The Falcons coaching staff is intent on making Tevin Coleman a big part of the offense, and as a result, Freeman's potential loss of touches makes him a falling player. Over the course of the season, Coleman has had fewer than 10 touches in just one game, and despite a poor performance in his return to the lineup in Week 12, he saw double-digit touches, and that usage will keep Freeman's upside limited.
  2. Larry Fitzgerald, WR, ARI
    Fitzgerald had an amazing start to the 2015 season and saw his production plummet as the season went on, and it's looking as if 2016 is headed in the same direction. This is especially true in terms of touchdowns, as he scored three times in the first four games of the year, but he's failed to reach the end zone in any of his last six games.
  3. Allen Robinson, WR, JAC
    How many times can one player be written up in a ‘barometer article' over the course of a season? If there was a record, Robinson would be nearing it, as he now appears in the ‘falling' category after a recent positive write-up after he had three consecutive solid games. After he averaged double-digit targets from Weeks 2 through 10, he's been targeted just 11 times over his last two games, including a season-low four times in Week 12.
  4. Thomas Rawls, RB, SEA
    Although having opportunity is an awesome thing, if a player fails to produce with it, fantasy owners are faced with some tough lineup decisions. Rawls has had 45 carries this year, but he's averaging 2.66 yards, and he's failed to find the end zone. It's entirely possible that he's falling into the category of players who had a partial season of massive success, but were unable to replicate it.
These centers are worth a good look when creating your FanDuel lineup for tonight. Want to see more positions? Click here: ($) http://www.rotowire.com/basketball/showArticle.htm?id=30773
  1. Andre Drummond, DET at CHA
    Drummond tops the price chart at center Tuesday as he is averaging 36.1 FanDuel points per game on the season. He’s a walking double-double and is also averaging 1.7 steals and 1.1 blocks per game. There aren’t a ton of elite center options out there Tuesday, but I expect Drummond to have a big game against a Hornets squad that can’t really match up with him.
  2. DeAndre Jordan, LAC at BKN
    Jordan has been on top of his game as he has posted at least 30.3 FanDuel points in six of his last seven games. He is currently averaging 11.0 points and 12.1 rebounds per game, which puts him well on pace to average a double-double for the fourth consecutive season. The Nets likely won’t offer much resistance on the glass in this one, so I’d expect Jordan to keep his recent hot streak alive.
  3. Tristan Thompson, CLE at MIL
    Thompson’s price is slowly creeping up, probably in large part because he has recorded at least 28.9 FanDuel points in three of his last four games. There is just no slowing him down on the glass as he is averaging 10.2 rebounds in only 29 minutes per game this season. The Bucks are a mess at center, so I think Thompson will be his usual steady self in this contest.
Here are this week's top 10 tight ends to help you make your best starting lineup. Want to see more rankings and positions? Click here: ($) http://www.rotowire.com/football/showArticle.htm?id=30685
  1. Jordan Reed, WAS at DAL
  2. Greg Olsen, CAR at OAK
  3. Jimmy Graham, SEA at TB
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As chosen by the RotoWire staff, here are some of our favorite fictional athletes.
  1. Rick "Wild Thing" Vaughn - Major League
  2. Ty Webb - Caddyshack
    "I don't play golf...for money...against people"
  3. Bugs Bunny - Space Jam
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