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  1. Take your fantasy competition to the next level and compete for exclusive NFL prizes. From customized championship rings to game used and autographed gear, join a NFL.com Fantasy Prize League today! Read

  2. 2014 NFL fantasy football draft kit

    It's never too soon to start thinking about your fantasy football draft. We've got your season previews and plenty of information to get you one step ahead of the rest of your league mates. Read

  3. Inside Scoop: Making the case for Dwayne Allen

    Colts.com takes a look at some fantasy sleepers, including Dwayne Allen who isn't high on fantasy raders after missing nearly a full season. Plus, NFL.com writer Alex Gelhar joins the podcast. Read

  4. Fantasy draft targets and what to watch for

    We break down all of this weekend's preseason action with players to target for your fantasy draft from every team and key things to keep an eye on in every game. Read

  5. The perfect round-by-round fantasy draft strategy

    Guaranteed success is not easy to come by when it comes to fantasy football. Unless, of course, you follow Michael Fabiano's round-by-round draft strategy for building an elite fantasy team. Read

  6. Fantasy Football Sleepers

    Rank's 11 Sleepers: Last-minute study session

    Have you been slacking in your sleepers course work? Don't worry, Adam Rank has one last cram-sesh to get you ready for the season. Read

  7. Fabs' 5 fantasy tips

    NFL Media's senior fantasy analyst Michael Fabiano reveals five tips you need to know before drafting your fantasy football team. Watch
  8. Peyton Manning's draft value hits a sliding scale

    Peyton Manning's 2013 fantasy totals were off the charts. But there are still some players you should draft ahead of him. Fantasy Football Audibles helps you make the call. Read

  9. Best ways to determine your NFL Fantasy draft order

    Drawing a name out of a hat is so primitive. Adam Rank and some NFL.com readers get creative to find ways to determine your draft order. Read

  10. Top 25 Fantasy Players for 2014

    As you prepare for your upcoming fantasy football draft, have a look at the top 25 projected fantasy performers of 2014 as picked by our fantasy experts. Read

  11. Is the RB-RB draft strategy a thing of the past?

    Our Fantasy Live crew hones in on Round 2 of fantasy drafts, discussing strategies to use as you approach your second pick. Could RB-RB lead you to disappointment in 2014? Read

  12. Reading the Defense: Get hyped over Clowney

    Jadeveon Clowney has made an immediate impact in the preseason. It's just one of the reasons Reading the Defense is high on the No. 1 overall pick in 2014. Read

  13. Committee Meetings: Downgrades for Bell, Murray?

    In this week's Committee Meetings, we look at the backfield strategies the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys have recently revealed which could mean drops in value for former No. 1 running backs. Read

  14. Fantasy instant debate: Year of the rookie receiver?

    A number of first-year receivers are making a splash in the preseason. We debate if this could be the year that rookie wideouts start to make a fantasy impact. Read

  15. Fantasy Stock Watch

    Take a look to see which players' fantasy stock is on the rise, and which players' stock is falling as we reach the halfway point of the preseason. Read

  16. Six injuries that could impact fantasy drafts

    As we approach the halfway point of the preseason, we let you know which injuries could have an impact on some popular fantasy players and their value for 2014. Read

  17. 14 fantasy football bounce-back candidates for 2014

    Busts happen in fantasy football. Yet, many of these busts are able to bounce back the following year. Here are 14 candidates primed for a fantasy bounce-back in 2014. Read

  18. Fantasy Football Player News

    • Pierre Thomas RB - NO Seemingly every season Pierre Thomas hea... 11:06 am   8/21/14

      Seemingly every season Pierre Thomas hears another runner is going take over the main duties in the New Orleans Saints' backfield. But each year the 29-year-old ends up carrying the load. After starting the preseason slotted a surprising No. 3 on the first depth chart and watching Mark Ingram burst out in the preseason, Thomas admitted he expects his role to be adjusted in 2014.

      Impacts: The Saints backfield is a difficult one to predict for fantasy purposes but with Thomas' and Mark Ingram's current ADP of Round 11 and later, both are worth throwing a dart at later in drafts this season. Just keep in mind that no running back in New Orleans scored more than two rushing touchdowns last season.

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