2015 Fantasy Football

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  1. Fantasy points per touch analysis: Top 20 QBs

    Tyrod Taylor led all fantasy QBs in points per touch in 2015, but how did he fare in 2016 with youngsters like Marcus Mariota and Derek Carr rising up the ranks? Michael Fabiano breaks it down. Read

  2. Top 200 fantasy players for 2017

    NFL free agency was kind to Mike Evans and Michael Thomas, but did either rise in Michael Fabiano's top 200 fantasy football players for 2017? See how all of the signings impacted his rankings here. Read

  3. 2017 NFL free agency: Fantasy football live blog

    NFL free agency is heating up. Players are signing and getting traded all over the place, with big fantasy football implications. We'll keep you up-to-date with all of the relevant signings and impact here. Read

  4. Fantasy points per touch analysis: Top 30 2016 RBs

    Devonta Freeman lost touches to Tevin Coleman in 2016 but was still a top-10 scoring back thanks to his high fantasy points per touch score. Michael Fabiano breaks down the top 30 RBs here. Read

  5. Veteran fantasy free agency winners and losers

    Here's a list of players who haven't changed teams this offseason, but will still experience a change in fantasy appeal for 2017. Read

  6. One-man fantasy football mock draft

    Michael Fabiano unveils his post-free agency one-man, five-round fantasy football mock draft which features Bears running back Jordan Howard in the first round. See the full results here. Read

  7. Fantasy football winners and losers in 2017 free agency

    The NFL's free agency frenzy has seen a number of big-name wide receivers change teams, but the impact has been far less significant at both the quarterback and running back positions. Here are the fantasy football winners and losers. Read

  8. Murray with Vikings offers some fantasy clarity

    Latavius Murray leaves Oakland to sign with the Vikings -- move that starts to clarify the running back situations in both cities. Marcas Grant explains what fantasy owners should expect. Read

  9. Eddie Lacy joins Seahawks fantasy RBBC

    Eddie Lacy is signing with the Seattle Seahawks forming a frustrating fantasy backfield with C.J. Prosise and Thomas Rawls. Alex Gelhar looks at the impact in Seattle and elsewhere around the league. Read

  10. Fantasy impact of Brandin Cooks' trade to Patriots

    The Saints traded Brandin Cooks to the New England Patriots, bolstering Tom Brady's already loaded arsenal of pass-catchers. But this move has more benefits than that. Alex Gelhar explains. Read

  11. Be the first to know when fantasy leagues open

    Don't miss out on the opportunity to renew your fantasy football league with NFL.com. Sign up here for alerts and be the first to know when NFL.com Fantasy Football leagues open up for 2017. Read

  12. Pryor's fantasy stock rises with Redskins

    Terrelle Pryor has left the Browns and now gets to play with a good quarterback in Kirk Cousins, as he signed a deal with the Washington Redskins. Find out why this is good news for his fantasy value. Read

  13. Bennett, Packers a perfect fantasy match

    The Packers first foray into the 2017 free agent market netted Martellus Bennett. Marcas Grant writes about why fantasy managers should rejoice over the tight end's move to Green Bay. Read

  14. Alshon Jeffery to Eagles an OK fantasy move

    Alshon Jeffery has landed with the Philadelphia Eagles and now joins a suddenly crowded group with Torrey Smith, Jordan Matthews, and Zach Ertz. Alex Gelhar weighs the fantasy implications. Read

  15. Is Garcon the start of a 49ers fantasy resurgence?

    Pierre Garçon heads to San Francisco where he joins an offense that's short on talent, but with a head coach who knows how to utilize his strength. Marcas Grant evaluates the fantasy impact. Read

  16. DeSean Jackson's boom-to-bust quotient rises

    DeSean Jackson has always been a boom-or-bust fantasy prospect. But a coupling with Jameis Winston and the Buccaneers could make the booms more frequent. Marcas Grant explains why. Read

  17. Brandon Marshall to Giants raises fantasy questions

    Free agent wide receiver Brandon Marshall has signed a two-year deal with the New York Giants, joining Odell Beckham Jr. and Sterling Shepard. Could this crowded corps be cause for fantasy concern? Read

  18. Fantasy football backfields set to change in 2017

    Whether from free agency, retirement, or the draft, plenty of backfields could undergo a major overhaul in 2017. Michael Fabiano breaks down the early fantasy implications of each here. Read

  19. Post-Combine fantasy football prospect stockwatch

    With the NFL Scouting Combine in the rearview mirror, Marcas Grant assesses which prospects improved their fantasy football outlook in Indianapolis, and which prospects fell off the fantasy radar. Read

  20. Pondering Tom Brady's 2017 fantasy season

    Tom Brady has bested every opponent he's faced. But how will he fare against Father Time as he hits age 40? Michael Fabiano weighs how Brady will fare compared to other "old" quarterbacks. Read

  21. Fantasy Hipsters: Five players to fade in 2017 drafts

    Staying ahead of the curve, the Fantasy Hipsters have already targeted five players to fade in 2017 drafts. That's right, these fantasy stars are already overrated for next year. Try to keep up. Read

  22. Zero-RB: The year that was

    After a strong year at the top for the fantasy running back position, there will be some that declare the Zero-RB strategy no longer viable. Matt Harmon tells you why that may not be the case. Read

  23. Fantasy letdowns: What went wrong?

    Todd Gurley was among 10 picks in the first two rounds of fantasy drafts this season that finished 12 spots or more below their ADP. Matt Harmon investigates what went wrong and looks forward. Read

  24. Fantasy Football Player News

    • Andre Ellington RB - ARZ Head coach Bruce Arians confirmed that E... 11:14 am   3/29/17

      Head coach Bruce Arians confirmed that Ellington will start the offseason program working as a wide receiver, Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic reports.

      Impacts: Coming off a season in which he only logged 150 offensive snaps, Ellington is presumably open to any kind of change that could get him on the field more often. He's displayed solid pass-catching skills out of the backfield throughout his career, but he rarely got to put those talents to use last season while fighting with Chris Johnson for whatever scraps were left behind by three-down workhorse David Johnson. Even if the elder Johnson -- currently a free agent -- doesn't return to Arizona, a transition to wide receiver might provide Ellington with his best shot at a consistent role in the offense. It is still possible the team will move him back to running back if he fails to impress out wide, but the most likely scenario features Ellington playing a mixture of the two positions. How much of each he plays will be determined not only by his own performance in offseason workouts and training camp, but also by what the Cardinals do in the upcoming draft.

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