2015 Fantasy Football

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  1. Like/Dislike Week 3: Siemian's streak ending?

    Like/Dislike Week 3: Siemian's streak ending?

    For his Week 3 fantasy football likes and dislikes, Adam Rank examines Tarik Cohen's upside, and if Trevor Siemian's hot streak will end. He also pays tribute to the late Bobby "The Brain" Heenan. Read

  2. Week 3 fantasy football matchups

    Week 3 fantasy football matchups

    Week 3 loaded with great fantasy football matchups, including Derek Carr and the Raiders facing Kirk Cousins and the Redskins. Alex Gelhar goes game-my-game and previews every player in Week 3. Read

  3. Fantasy Hipsters  Week 3 guide

    Fantasy Hipsters Week 3 guide

    Derrick Henry looks primed to take over the Tennessee Titans backfield and begin his fantasy football dominance. The Fantasy Hipsters couldn't be more excited about him in Week 3. Read

  4. Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 3: Running backs

    Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 3: Running backs

    Michael Fabiano delivers his fantasy football starts and sits at running back, offering up advice on what to do with committee backs like Christian McCaffrey and Mark Ingram for Week 3. Read

  5. Fantasy Stock Watch: Week 3

    Fantasy Stock Watch: Week 3

    There have been 15 Earth rotations since the National Football League season began its 2017 cycle. In that time, the fortunes of fantasy football's have ebbed and flowed as if dictated by the moon's gravitational pull. But as this campaign's third week opens, we glance back at the assembled knowledge from the previous fortnight and forge ahead into autumn's glory with wielding history as a shield and hope as a cudgel. Allow the Fantasy Stock Watch to carry the banner into your weekend confrontation. Read

  6. Week 3 best Next Gen Stats fantasy matchups

    Week 3 best Next Gen Stats fantasy matchups

    DeSean Jackson is in position to exploit the Minnesota Vikings secondary cornerbacks in fantasy football who struggled to defend deep passes against the Steelers in Week 2. Read

  7. Week 3 Bold Fantasy Predictions

    Week 3 Bold Fantasy Predictions

    The NFL Fantasy staff goes big with what they believe will happen in Week 3. Zach Ertz, Eric Ebron and more tight ends should be pleased. Get some gloves. The takes are hot. Read

  8. Jonathan Stewart in line for big Week 3 fantasy outing

    Jonathan Stewart in line for big Week 3 fantasy outing

    Matt Franciscovich lists a few under the radar fantasy football options at quarterback and running back in the FedEx Air and Ground fantasy preview. He likes a certain Panthers running back in Week 3. Read

  9. 5 must-read stats: Don't you dare bench A.J. Green

    5 must-read stats: Don't you dare bench A.J. Green

    The Bengals have yet to score a touchdown and people are panicking over A.J. Green. Cynthia Frelund crunches the numbers and her five must-read stats show why Green is set for a big game. Read

  10. DeVante Parker leads list Week 3 fantasy trades

    DeVante Parker leads list Week 3 fantasy trades

    This list of 10 trade candidates should help you navigate fantasy football negotiations ahead of Week 3. DeVante Parker is among the buy-low opportunities with favorable matchups coming for the Miami Dolphins. Read

  11. Picking the Perfect Week 3 fantasy lineup

    Picking the Perfect Week 3 fantasy lineup

    The Fantasy Stronghold has a few things in common ... their addiction to terrible movies and good music. Also their preference for r Jay Ajayi in this week's Perfect Picks. Read

  12. Rank's 11 Week 3 sleepers: Jay Cutler for the win

    Rank's 11 Week 3 sleepers: Jay Cutler for the win

    Miami Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler has a dream matchup against the New York Jets and should put up big numbers. Catch up on all of Adam Rank's Week 3 fantasy football sleepers. Read

  13. Week 3 fantasy football waiver-wire targets

    Week 3 fantasy football waiver-wire targets

    Javorius Allen may have taken the lead running back job for the Baltimore Ravens and headlines our Week 3 fantasy football waiver-wire targets. See who else to add this week here. Read

  14. Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 3: Wide receivers

    Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 3: Wide receivers

    Doug Baldwin will bounce back in Week 3 against the Tennessee Titans, per Michael Fabiano. See Fabs' full list of fantasy football starts and sits for every position right here. Read

  15. Fantasy waiver wire deep dive: Week 3

    Fantasy waiver wire deep dive: Week 3

    After an excellent performance against the Baltimore Ravens and injuries to teammates, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Rashard Higgins is a deep waiver wire must-add in fantasy football for Week 3. Read

  16. Eagles D/ST tops Week 3 streaming options

    Eagles D/ST tops Week 3 streaming options

    Matt Franciscovich offers up a few Week 3 fantasy streaming options at quarterback, tight end and defense with favorable matchups. The Philadelphia Eagles D/ST unit is due for a bounce back at home. Read

  17. Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 3: Quarterbacks

    Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 3: Quarterbacks

    Derek Carr and the Raiders have been on fire offensively, and Michael Fabiano expects Carr to bring the heat in Week 3. See his full list of fantasy football starts and sits for each position here. Read

  18. Koh Knows: Chris Carson is the real deal

    Koh Knows: Chris Carson is the real deal

    Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson burst onto the fantasy football scene in Week 2, and James Koh believes he's the real deal and a must-add on the waiver-wire in all formats. Read

  19. Fantasy Touches & Targets analysis: Week 2

    Fantasy Touches & Targets analysis: Week 2

    The Targets & Touches fantasy football report is back for the 2017 season. Volume is the name of the game and Dolphins running back Jay Ajayi got a ton of it in Week 2. Full breakdown here. Read

  20. Things I Learned in Fantasy: Week 2

    Things I Learned in Fantasy: Week 2

    The Cardinals offense is a mess and only looks to be getting worse. Combine that with a slew of running back question marks among the things that the Fantasy Stronghold learned this week. Read

  21. Top 30 fantasy football scorers from Week 2

    Top 30 fantasy football scorers from Week 2

    Week 2 of the fantasy season is in the books. Take a look at the top 30 highest scoring players in all of fantasy football right here as you prepare for Week 2! Read

  22. Picking the Perfect Week 2 fantasy lineup

    Picking the Perfect Week 2 fantasy lineup

    A potential track meet between the Tom Brady's Patriots and Drew Brees' Saints caught the attention of the Fantasy Stronghold in Week 2. See who else they're banking on with their Perfect Picks. Read

  23. Kenny Golladay raises Lions' fantasy ceiling

    Kenny Golladay raises Lions' fantasy ceiling

    Rookie Kenny Golladay dominated in Week 1 with two touchdowns, finishing as the WR3 in fantasy. James Koh sees much more coming from Golladay's arrival for the Lions, especially for Matthew Stafford. Read

  24. Fantasy football impact of David Johnson injury

    Fantasy football impact of David Johnson injury

    Fantasy football superstar running back David Johnson is slated to miss an extended period of time after suffering a wrist injury in Week 1. Matt Franciscovich offers up some advice on how to fill the void. Read

  25. Dispelling five myths about playing fantasy football

    Dispelling five myths about playing fantasy football

    Your friends and family have been trying to push you to play fantasy football for years now but you're not sure. Marcas Grant knocks down some of the common obstacles for joining a fantasy league. Read

  26. How to play fantasy football

    How to play fantasy football

    With fantasy football increasing in popularity, more and more people are joining the craze. Alex Gelhar provides a walkthrough for new arrivals on how to play fantasy football for the 2017 season. Read

  27. Fantasy Football Player News

    • Jimmy Graham TE - SEA Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Graham... 5:37 pm   9/22/17

      Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Graham (ankle) didn't have any limitations at Friday's practice and should be ready to play in Sunday's game against Tennessee, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

      Impacts: Given the Seahawks' history when it comes to injury information, this is still a situation that bears close watching in the lead up to Sunday's 4:05 PM ET kickoff. Graham was held out of practice Wednesday and Thursday, after managing just one catch for one yard on two targets in Sunday's 12-9 win over the 49ers. Given how poorly he was playing prior to the injury, it's fair to question whether Graham will be at all effective if he ends up facing the Titans. Luke Willson and Nick Vannett will both take on extra snaps if Graham doesn't play.

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