2015 Fantasy Football

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  1. Things I Learned in Fantasy Football: Week 3

    The NFL Fantasy Stronghold shares some of their thoughts on Week 3. The Awakening reaches near-spiritual proportions and a Titanic decision to make about the Tennessee offense. Read

  2. Week 4 fantasy football waiver wire targets

    The waiver wire is one of the most important keys to finding success in the world of fantasy football. I'll do my best to help you manage it and find the players who can bring you fantasy glory. Read

  3. Christine Michael awakens, dominates in Week 3

    Christine Michael dominated in Seattle with Thomas Rawls out, and The Awakening is officially upon us. Catch up on additional Week 3 backfield breakdowns in the Targets & Touches report here. Read

  4. Week 3 opportunity report

    John Brown and Terrelle Pryor played bigger roles than many expected in Week 3. Matt Harmon recaps their performances on Sunday along with the target breakdown for every other team. Read

  5. Deep dive waiver-wire targets

    As the season progress, injured and suspended players like Kenneth Dixon and Josh Gordon are getting set to return. They're among Alex Gelhar's top Week 4 deep waiver-wire targets. Read

  6. Aaron Rodgers highlights

    The best of Green bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers's 205 yards and 4-touchdown performance from Week 3 vs the Detroit Lions. Watch
  7. Saints-Falcons fantasy preview

    Week 3 is upon us, and the NFL Fantasy staff is here to preview every relevant fantasy matchup in every game. Welcome to the ultimate guide to setting a winning fantasy lineup. Read

  8. Week 3: T.Y. Hilton highlights

    Check out highlights of Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton's game vs. the San Diego Chargers. Watch
  9. Odell Beckham highlights

    New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham makes seven catches for 121 yards in Week 3 against the Washington Redskins. Watch
  10. Marvin Jones highlights

    See the best of Marvin Jones as he goes off for 6 catches with 205 yards and 2 touchdowns vs the Packers on Sunday. Watch
  11. Fantasy news & notes: Week 3

    James Koh is here to once again break down the latest news and notes from around the NFL, including how fantasy owners should adjust to the injuries to Corey Coleman and Donte Moncrief. Read

  12. Week 3 best value matchups

    Josh Norman vs. Odell Beckham round two is the headlining matchup going into Week 3. Matt Harmon assess who has the edge there and in other key battles. Read

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

    Can you trust Todd Gurley after two down weeks? Michael Fabiano delivers all of his starts and sits at the running back position to help you prepare for your Week 3 fantasy matchups! Read

  14. 15 must-read stats for Week 3

    Travis Benjamin went off for 115 yards and two scores and is now an every-week play at wide receiver. Analytics expert Cynthia Frelund explains why that is and more. Read

  15. Trade for Allen Robinson, move Corey Coleman now

    Following a few slow weeks, now is the time to buy low on Allen Robinson. Plus, find out why you should look to float Corey Coleman following a two-touchdown game in Trade Calls. Read

  16. Deep Week 3 waiver-wire targets

    With many top running backs suffering injuries in Week 2, their backups become prime options on the Week 3 waiver-wire. Alex Gelhar breaks down the best options to target here. Read

  17. Top 30 fantasy scorers photo Essay: Week 2

    Week 2 of the 2016 fantasy season is in the books! We had some surprises along the way (Stefon Diggs has arrived) and a few disappointments too (where is Antonio Brown?!) Read

  18. Fantasy Football Player News

    • Jordan Howard RB - CHI Howard's teammate Jeremy Langford (ankle... 7:37 pm   9/26/16

      Howard's teammate Jeremy Langford (ankle) is expected to miss 4-to-6 weeks, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.

      Impacts: Already enjoying an increased role during Sunday's game against Dallas, the 21-year-old Howard saw his stock rise even higher when Langford went down with an ankle injury that has since been revealed to be serious. Given that Ka'Deem Carey (hamstring) may also be unavailable, Howard could potentially serve as a three-down workhorse, at least for the immediate future. While only a fifth-round selection in the most recent draft, Howard is quite clearly the most talented pure runner on the team and likely would've been selected higher if he'd been a bigger factor in the passing game during his college career at UAB and Indiana. Still a nice value at No. 150 overall, he's thus far looked competent as a receiver in the NFL, catching six of his eight targets for 56 yards. Further helping his cause, the Bears have matchups with the banged-up Detroit (Week 4) and Indianapolis (Week 5) defenses on the horizon. Howard should be owned in all leagues.

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