FanDuel Daily Fantasy Football Helper: Week 18 (Saturday Slate)
Patrick Mahomes and company can go nuts in a mouth-watering matchup against the Raiders. Who else is in a good spot on Saturday's two-game slate?
Brandon Gdula, numberFire
NFL Betting Guide: 2022 Hall of Fame Game (Raiders vs. Jaguars)
Which team has the edge in tonight's Hall of Fame Game as the NFL returns to action for the 2022 season?
Neil Dutton, numberFire
NFL Betting: Who Will Be the Patriots' Starting Quarterback in Week 1?
Will the Patriots go into the 2021 season with Cam Newton under center, or will they turn the offense over to rookie Mac Jones?
Brandon Gdula, numberFire
Cam Newton's Fantasy Football Appeal With the Patriots Is Well Worth the Risk
Newton is a little hard to project for his first season in New England, but he should be a bit of a no-brainer in fantasy football.
Josh Walfish, numberFire
NFL Betting: Who Will Open the Season as the New England Patriots' Starting Quarterback?
Jarrett Stidham is priced as the favorite to be the Pats' starting quarterback, but is he the guy you should bet to win the job?
Thomas Vecchio, numberFire
Patriots Quarterback in 2020: Who Is the Best Fantasy Option?
Fantasy football has a fresh storyline this offseason as the Patriots will have a new starting quarterback. Which of the passers on their current roster has the most upside from a fantasy perspective?
Vaughn Dalzell, numberFire
Which Team Will Have More Wins in 2020 -- Tampa Bay or New England?
FanDuel Sportsbook is offering this fun prop bet. Which side should you take?
Austan Kas, numberFire
NFL Betting: Where Will Cam Newton Play in 2020?
Newton is going to be somewhere else in 2020. Which destination should you bet on?
Jarrett Stidham Status
Jarrett Stidham starting for Broncos in Week 17, Russell Wilson moving to backup role
What it means
Denver Broncos quarterback Jarrett Stidham will start Week 17's game against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Stidham has been officially named the starting quarterback for Week 17's clash with the Chargers. Russell Wilson will move into a backup role. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, after three losses in their last four games, the Broncos are "looking to spark its offense and see what it has in Stidham." There are also financial considerations factoring into this move. According to Schefter, Wilson is "owed $39 million next season, but he has an additional $37M that would become guaranteed if he can’t pass a physical by early March." This move assures that option won't trigger and provides the Broncos with some financial flexibility.
In 15 starts this season, Wilson has completed 297 passes on 447 attempts for 3,070 yards, 26 touchdowns, and 8 interceptions, with 341 rushing yards and 3 rushing touchdowns.