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Fantasy owners would be foolish to sit on their struggling stars right now -- especially at the receiver slot.
Jacoby Ford’s big game against the Broncos deserves some recognition.
Our resident guru breaks down Sunday's action, and praises the stars who made Packers-Bolts a memorable fantasy experience.
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A home date with the Miami Dolphins brings two Kansas City Chiefs into the spotlight.
There was no shortage of fantasy stars this weekend -- from Cam Newton and Ray Rice to Calvin Johnson and LeSean McCoy.
Jay Clemons takes to the airwaves to offer up his top fantasy actions for Week 8.
If Chris Johnson can’t get it done this week, it may be time to start looking for a new No. 1 running back.
It's never too early for owners to get their house in order before the adrenaline rush of fantasy-trade season kicks in.
The injuries in Washington have opened the door for some new players to emerge.
Drew Brees and the Saints saved the best for last on a fantasy Sunday that was equally super ... and deflating.
Yep, we like Tebow and the Broncos in Week 7. Got a problem with that?
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