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Eli Manning and Tony Romo are headed for a potential shootout in the regular-season finale.
Championship weekend is upon us. It’s time to close the deal.
Our resident Philanthropist offers some vital tips to the lucky owners playing in the Super Bowl of fantasyland..
Our resident Philanthropist offers his final recap of Sunday action, while boldly looking ahead to the 2012 fantasy preseason.
Beanie Wells looks to bust up the Browns while Tony Romo and Felix Jones should have a field day at Tampa Bay.
Fantasy GMs would be wise to welcome rookies Andy Dalton and A.J. Green into their playoff lineups for Week 15.
Greg Jennings’ knee injury has opened the door for other Green Bay receivers to emerge.
Thanks to MJD, Eli Manning and Rob Gronkowski, some owners will live to fight another day in the fantasy playoffs.
Philip Rivers and the Bolts look poised to go on a run.
Our resident Philanthropist has a few tips and tricks to succeed in Round 1 of the fantasy playoffs.
Our resident Philanthropist details Sunday's amazing action and identifies the most dangerous tailbacks for the fantasy playoffs.
Tim Tebow and Jordy Nelson headline this week’s fantasy must-starts.
I'm in a 10-team league, standing scoring, with a new draft format. Owners get to choose their draft position and I have the second choice. What spot would you pick? BTW, QBs get 4 points per TD reception, so I'm not thinking QB in the first round. I really like Foster and McCoy, but if I take the 1 or 2 picks, I will have to wait until the end of the second round for my next pick. My draft is Monday night, BTW. Thanks! - jeff1961 on Aug 31
I'd would want the highest possible pick. The workhorse running back market is very thin this season and since QBs only get 4 pts/TD, there's not added pressure to land one in the first round. Foster, McCoy and Rice are my top three picks in order.View All