Who's Rising, Falling and Why

 Below, find all the news and moves that truly impact players and their fantasy football value. 

We ground each breakdown in our Fantasy Stock Formula, analyzing which Fantasy Value Indicators (Talent, Opportunity, Surrounding Talent, Coaching Scheme, Risk, and Upside) have changed, and what direction the player's value is trending.

Below, find the Risers, Fallers, Penny Stocks, and Value Holes. All caught up? Return to the homepage.

Sam Darnold Continues to Develop in Adam Gase’s Offense, Could be a Future Waiver Wire Hero
Sam Darnold is flourishing in Adam Gase's offense and is one of preseason's most impressive quarterbacks.
Josh Allen Shreds Panthers Defense, Fantasy Upside and Ceiling Becoming a Reality
Josh Allen has been making strides as a passer this preseason and he's transforming into a potentially legitimate fantasy option.
Keenan Allen Out for Remainder of Preseason With Ankle Injury, Highlights Fantasy Risk Score
Keenan Allen's ankle injury is a reminder of why he's always considered one of fantasy's biggest risks
Justice Hill Shows Speed, Strength and Fantasy Penny Stock Upside in Preseason Week 2
Justice Hill made some noise during Preseason Week 2 and possesses an skill-set that is unmatched on the Ravens roster.
Rapid Reaction: Josh Gordon Reinstated by NFL, Fantasy Impact is Limitless With Patriots
The NFL did the right thing by reinstating Josh Gordon, now it's time for him to dominate with Tom Brady.
Darwin Thompson Offers Serious Fantasy Penny Stock Upside
Darwin Thompson has the skill-set and talent to be the Chiefs' next great fantasy back.
Choo Choo! Curtis Samuel’s Fantasy Hype Train Gains More Steam
Every year, a drum beat build behind certain players. Most are unwarranted, but Curtis Samuel's needs to be heard.
Dede Westbrook Dominating Training Camp, Locked-In Fantasy WR1 for Revamped Jaguars
Finally with a serviceable quarterback, Dede Westbrook is set to make some legitimate fantasy noise this season.
Latavius Murray Set to Thrive in ‘Mark Ingram Role’ in Saints Offense
Latavius Murray might actually be a better fit for the 'Mark Ingram role' than Mark Ingram.
Jaylen Samuels Carving Out Standalone Fantasy Role in Steelers’ Offense
Steelers Swiss-Army Knife, Jaylen Samuels is a must-'cuff with James Conner and is starting to carve out a role in their offense.
2017 All Over Again? Andrew Luck’s Calf Getting Worse, Colts Opener in Question
Andrew Luck's mystery calf injury has leaked into his ankle... which has potential devastating fantasy consequences.
Baker Mayfield and Browns Offense Look Unstoppable After Preseason Week 1
It only lasted one drive, but the Browns offense looked like it's ready to light the fantasy world on fire.
JuJu Smith-Schuster is Ready to be a True Fantasy Alpha WR1 Target Hog
With Antonio Brown no longer in the picture, it's JuJu's time to shine as the Alpha WR in Pittsburgh.
Jamison Crowder a “Reception Animal” with “100+ Catch” Upside
Jamison Crowder's chemistry with Sam Darnold has been apparent all training camp. This spilled over into their 2019 debut during Preseason Week 1 action, and gives Crowder enormous PPR upside.
Devin Singletary Earning First-Team Work, Impresses in NFL Debut
Devin Singletary may be in a crowded situation, but he's flashing the talent to separate quickly, both in camp and in games.
Chris Carson is an Even Better Fantasy Bargain with Receiving Set to Spike
Chris Carson was already the most undervalued RB in fantasy. But with an increased receiving load added to his massive rushing totals, he could explode.
Tony Pollard Could “Carry Whole Load” as 2019’s James Conner in Fantasy
Tony Pollard is emerging as the Cowboys next workhorse if Ezekiel Elliott sits. Behind this line... Pollard could truly explode.
The Hype is Real: Patriots WR Jakobi Meyers Snags 2 Touchdowns and Drips in Fantasy Upside
After two touchdowns with the Patriots "starters," Jakobi Meyers looks like the real deal.
Melvin, Who? Austin Ekeler and Justin Jackson Will be Fine Fantasy Options for the Chargers
With the Melvin Gordon holdout getting more real by the day, the Chargers backfield is now owned by Austin Ekeler and Justin Jackson. Here's how work was distributed in their first showing.