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Tennessee's 37-16 win over rival Jacksonville helped the Titans in more ways than one. Here are all the biggest Week 3 rankings and projections gainers.
Green Bay and New England are the most popular options for your NFL Week 3 survivor pick, but you're paying a big price if you burn either of those teams.
Analysis of NFL Week 3 picks for pick'em and confidence pools, including Carolina vs. New Orleans, Denver vs. Buffalo, and Tennessee vs. Seattle.
When you make your NFL Week 2 picks for pick'em and confidence pools, you can get an edge by finding smart opportunities to pick against the crowd.
50% of survivor players are picking Oakland, the safest team of the week according to Vegas. Should you pick the Raiders as your Week 2 survivor pick?
The Patriots may have lost their first game, but they're still #1 in our NFL Week 2 rankings, while the Jaguars are now projecting as a playoff team.
65% of players have the Steelers, Bills, or Falcons as their NFL Week 1 survivor pick, but that doesn't make those teams good picks. Here's our analysis.
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