2015 Fantasy Football

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  1. Time to cut struggling fantasy veterans?

    With long-time fantasy studs like Peyton Manning struggling mightily through the first five weeks of the season, is it time to cut them from your fantasy roster? We explore five such players here. Read

  2. Reading the Defense: Week 6 IDP fantasy preview

    The Jaguars have been getting plenty of fantasy love in recent weeks. It's about time to share that love on the defensive side of the ball too. Marcas Grant does that in the latest Reading the Defense. Read

  3. Ellington, Johnson & Johnson all fantasy starters?

    Matt Franciscovich takes a look at what the Cardinals' RB success means for fantasy owners going forward and dissects a few other frustrating backfields in Committee Meetings. Read

  4. Deep Dive: Young WRs, RBs to add on waivers

    Ty Montgomery and Stefon Diggs are two rookie wide receivers who deserve more attention off of the fantasy waiver wire. Alex Gelhar profiles them in his 24 deep waiver wire targets for Week 6 here. Read

  5. Week 6 streaming defenses to target

    After some of the usual suspects led the D/ST scoring in Week 5, Matt Harmon looks to see if any waiver wire streamers can match that production in Week 6. Read

  6. Fantasy Master Class: Don't ignore Snead

    Fantasy Master Class looks at some top waiver wire targets as you head into your Week 6 matchups. Saints' WR Willie Snead simply cannot be ignored. Read

  7. Week 6 waiver wire & Veterans to give up on

    The NFL Fantasy LIVE crew recaps PIT-SD before diving into the top headlines and injury updates. They then discuss the top Week 6 waiver wire adds, and which veterans they're giving up on. Read

  8. Top 30 fantasy scorers from Week 5

    Week 5 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 6! Read

  9. Opportunity report: Week 5

    Several unexpected names turned up on the targets and touches leader lists in Week 5. Matt Harmon runs through all of them to give you takeaways heading into Week 6. Read

  10. Week 6 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire

    The waiver wire is one of the most important keys to finding success in the world of fantasy football. See which players you should be picking up for your team entering Week 6. Read

  11. Monday Nightmare: Bell seals the deal

    Did Le'Veon Bell's last-second score put you in the losing column for Week 5? That definitely qualifies as a Monday Nightmare. But Adam Rank is here for you so it will all be OK. Read

  12. Steelers-Chargers Week 5 fantasy football recap

    We review all of the fantasy action from Week 5's finale, the Monday Night Football game between the Steelers and Chargers. Did Antonio Gates win you your matchup? It's definitely possible. Read

  13. Rawls delivers for desperate fantasy owners

    Was Thomas Rawls the gutsiest start for desperate fantasy owners in Week 5? See what other No Guts, No Glory plays make our list of extremely bold, but worthwhile moves. Read

  14. Week 5 fantasy recap: All muscle, no hamster

    Week 5 was a bit of a weird one in fantasy, but Doug Martin's stellar day gave owners something to smile about. We recap of all Week 5's games and the fantasy implications here. Read

  15. That Helps No One Week 5

    Josh Huff robbed Jordan Matthews owners of a touchdown on Sunday, but will he be crowned the Week 5 That Helps No One champion? Find out here. Read

  16. Quarter-season 2015 fantasy football awards

    With one fourth of the fantasy football season in the books, we thought it'd be fitting to hand out some awards for biggest surprise, disappointment, MVP and more. Take a look at who made the cut. Read

  17. Fantasy Football Player News

    • Chris Johnson RB - ARZ Johnson is listed as the Cardinals' No.... 7:02 pm   10/13/15

      Johnson is listed as the Cardinals' No. 1 running back in advance of Sunday's game at Pittsburgh, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.

      Impacts: Since taking over for Andre Ellington in Week 1, Johnson has racked up 405 yards on the ground, which places him in a tie with Doug Martin and Devonta Freeman for second in the NFL. Ellington returned from his sprained PCL on Sunday, taking advantage of his three carries by ripping off a 63-yard touchdown run. No matter, Johnson's performance has resulted in the top gig in the league's third-ranked rushing attack, a role that's afforded him 20-plus touches twice and more than 16 per contest this season.

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