Your quick-hitter blog on the latest developments in the fantasy football world.
Our resident Philanthropist offers his QB/RB/WR fantasy locks ... and a few tips for surviving a pressure-packed Week 13.
Four underachieving defenses head into Week 13 with four favorable matchups.
Need proof that tailbacks make the fantasy world go'round in December? Look to CJ2K and Beanie on the last November Sunday.
Can Matt Ryan make it three straight games with 300+ passing yards?
The fantasy world should reap the benefits of a bye-free NFL Week 12 that's full of potential high-scoring affairs.
Injuries at the running back position have opened the door for several new playmakers to emerge.
Our resident Philanthropist details the action from Sunday's games, including the work of an unlikely Fantasy MVP.
Kim Kardashian’s traumatizing divorce has turned Reggie Bush into a weekly must-start.
Most owners have six tense days to get their fantasy rosters in championship shape ... before the trade deadlines kick in.
Several injuries at the quarterback position have opened the door for new signal-callers to emerge.
Fantasy scoring may have slumped a bit on Sunday, but don't blame DeMarco Murray, Matthew Stafford or Arian Foster for that.
Willis McGahee and Plaxico Burress have to be licking their chops entering Week 10.
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