2015 Fantasy Football

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  1. Rank's 11 Sleepers: Don't get cute with Brian Hoyer

    Adam Rank delivers his list of sleeper candidates for your Week 12 fantasy matchups. Find out why he thinks you should proceed with caution when it comes to Texans QB Brian Hoyer. Read

  2. Tom Brady on the fantasy bench isn't far-fetched

    With a slew of injuries to his supporting staff, Tom Brady's fantasy value is taking a major hit. Marcas Grant explains why you might want to consider other playoff option in the latest Fantasy Mailbag. Read

  3. Reading the Defense: Week 12 IDP fantasy preview

    Pittsburgh's defense has opened some eyes this season and it's a veteran who could be a productive IDP option this week. Marcas Grant has that and more in the latest Reading the Defense. Read

  4. Deep waiver wire targets

    With injuries piling up, especially to running backs, Alex Gelhar makes the case for several handcuffs to add off waivers, including Jay Ajayi. All told, he profiles 13 deep waiver wire targets here. Read

  5. Top 30 fantasy scorers for Week 11

    Take a look at the top 30 highest scoring players in all of fantasy football right here as you prepare for Week 12! Read

  6. Week 12 waiver wire: Streaming defenses to target

    With Week 12 just around the corner, Matt Franciscovich takes a look at the best streaming D/ST options to help you prepare for your important fantasy matchups as the playoffs loom. Read

  7. Gio Bernard, Ronnie Hillman snap counts on the rise

    In this week's edition of Committee Meetings, Matt Franciscovich discusses what increased snaps mean for Giovani Bernard and Ronnie Hillman. Plus, more fantasy backfield breakdowns from Week 11. Read

  8. Opportunity Report: Week 11

    Allen Robinson continues owning one of the highest target shares in the NFL on way to big fantasy days. Matt Harmon recaps every team's passing targets from Week 11. Read

  9. Trade away Wilson and Lacy in fantasy?

    Russell Wilson and Eddie Lacy both had big games in Week 11, but should you trade them away before the fantasy trade deadline? Alex Gelhar explores these moves and more in 'Trade Calls.' Read

  10. Week 12 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 12. Read

  11. Monday Nightmare: Needing more from Amendola

    Adam Rank shares tales of sadness and defeat from the Week 11 finale between the Patriots and Bills. It's the Monday Nightmare, and it will all be OK. Read

  12. Fantasy Master Class: Bradshaw among top RB adds

    Fantasy Master Class looks at some of the top waiver wire adds as you prepare for your week 12 matchup. There is a Colts running back who could be valuable down the stretch. Read

  13. That Helps No One Week 11: Don't doubt DiMarco

    Falcons fullback Patrick DiMarco caught two touchdown passes against the Colts, but will those guarantee him the Week 11 'That Helps No One' crown? Find out here. Read

  14. Devin Funchess Week 11's gutsiest fantasy start?

    Carolina Panthers wide receiver Devin Funchess was a risky play on Sunday, but he ended up coming through for fantasy owners. Find out who else makes this week's #NoGutsNoGlory list. Read

  15. Opportunity Report: Week 11

    Thomas Rawls was the highest scoring running back of Week 11, and looks set for a big stretch run workload. Matt Harmon examines all the Week 11 backfield touches. Read

  16. Superman on fire: Week 11 fantasy football recap

    Cam Newton went off on Sunday for five touchdown passes against Washington as Carolina remained undefeated. We recap all of the Week 11 fantasy action here, so get caught up! Read

  17. Fantasy Football Player News

    • Marshawn Lynch RB - SEA Lynch (abdomen) is expected to miss at l... 12:07 am   11/25/15

      Lynch (abdomen) is expected to miss at least four weeks, Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports reports.

      Impacts: The Seahawks have yet to confirm, but this backs up a prior report from ESPN's Adam Schefter which indicated Lynch would be out multiple weeks. Lynch saw a sports hernia specialist Tuesday, and it seems the decision was made to get him under the knife as soon as possible in hopes of getting him back strong in late December. In the meantime, Thomas Rawls will shoulder the load for Seattle.

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