2015 Fantasy Football

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  1. Fantasy Instant Debate: Cam Newton top QB in 2016?

    After posting career-best fantasy totals in 2015, should Cam Newton be the first quarterback off the board in 2016? Our fantasy analysts debate the Panthers signal-caller. Read

  2. Fantasy Instant Debate: Top lessons from 2015

    The Fantasy Instant Debate returns with a look back at the 2015 season. Our analysts talk about what they've learned -- including not trusting coaches to do what everyone expects of them. Read

  3. Playoff Challenge

    Thought your fantasy season was over?

    It's only just begun! Play NFL.com's Playoff Challenge, and get the chance to win tickets to Super Bowl 51 in Houston in 2017. Find out how to play, and sign up now. Read

  4. 101 interesting fantasy facts from the 2015 season

    This one's for you, stats geeks! Michael Fabiano digs deep to unearth 101 interesting fantasy facts from the 2015 season. So sit back, relax and dive in! You might even learn something. Read

  5. Slot receiver struggles

    Randall Cobb and Jarvis Landry were just two examples of slot receivers who played on offense that fell below expectations. Matt Harmon examines whether there is a greater correlation. Read

  6. Fantasy football Pro Bowl squad

    With the 2015 Pro Bowl draft in the books, Michael Fabiano decided it was high time to put together the 2015 fantasy football Pro Bowl squad. Take a look at who made the cut. Read

  7. Top 12 fantasy draft bargains of 2015

    Now that the 2015 campaign is in the rear-view, here's a look back at the top fantasy draft bargains of the 2015 season. How many were on your team? Read

  8. The 2015 Fantasy Football Guru Awards

    It's time to hand out the hardware for the top fantasy accomplishments (to go along with a few awards you don't want to win). Here are Michael Fabiano's ninth annual Fantasy Guru Awards. Read

  9. The end of Marshawn Lynch?

    He made fantasy squads contenders for years, but Sunday may well have been Marshawn Lynch's last as a Seahawk. Michael Fabiano looks back at a dominant run, and at what the future may hold. Read

  10. 9 reasons to keep playing fantasy football

    Did your fantasy football season end too soon? Well, your fantasy season doesn't have to end on a sour note. Here are 9 reasons why you should keep playing through the NFL playoffs. Read

  11. A beginner's guide to NFL Fantasy Playoff Challenge

    While the regular fantasy season is coming to a close, the playoff fantasy season is just beginning. Alex Gelhar walks you through strategies to build a winning fantasy Playoff Challenge lineup. Read

  12. Fantasy Football Player News

    • Cam Newton QB - CAR Newton completed 18 of 41 passes for 265... 10:55 pm   2/7/16

      Newton completed 18 of 41 passes for 265 yards and an interception, and was also sacked six times in Sunday's 24-10 Super Bowl loss to the Denver Broncos. He gained 45 yards on six rushes and fumbled twice, losing both.

      Impacts: The fifth-year pro's adrenaline seemed to get the best of him early, and a relentless Broncos defense did him in the rest of the way. Newton looked as unsettled as he had all season, rarely enjoying the kind of time he had benefited from throughout his MVP campaign. He was brought down six times, knocked down on 13 occasions, and hurried 18 times overall. Newton also had several overthrows, and his offensive options were further compromised after receiver Philly Brown was forced from the game in the third quarter with a concussion. The Broncos' defensive gameplan and furious pass rush frequently stymied Newton's ability to make game-altering plays on the ground, and forced him into three particularly untimely miscues. Von Miller's sack of Newton in the first quarter led to a Malik Jackson fumble recovery that gave Denver an early 10-0 lead, while T.J Ward's interception of a pass intended for Ted Ginn, Jr. at the Broncos' 10-yard line short-circuited the Panthers' opening drive of the third quarter. The game was effectively over when Miller got to Newton again with 4:04 remaining in the fourth quarter and separated him from the ball for a second time, setting up the Broncos offense at the Panthers' five-yard line. Despite the season-ending disappointment, Newton and the Panthers established a formidable foundation on which to build for another championship run, an undertaking that figures to be greatly aided by the return of standout wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin from injury and any additional weapons acquired in the offseason.

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