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  1. Fantasy Waiver Wire - Week 13

    See who Michael Fabiano thinks you should grab quickly for your fantasy roster in Week 13, including newly acquired Patriot running back LeGarrette Blount. Read

  2. Deep dive: Forgotten RBs, WRs to add off waivers

    With the fantasy playoffs looming, Alex Gelhar offers up some talented wide receivers and running backs who might have been forgotten about the waiver wire that you need to add now. Read

  3. Week 13 waiver wire: Streaming defenses to target

    Anthony Barr and the Vikings laid an egg against the Packers in Week 12, but they're a top streaming option this week against the Carolina Panthers. Alex Gelhar has more defenses to target here. Read

  4. Monday Nightmare: Getting defensive in Detroit

    Did Justin Forsett, Jimmy Graham or any star player deal you a blow on Monday night? That's understandable. But the Bills D? That's a true nightmare. Read

  5. Forsett runs over Saints to win Player of the Week

    Justin Forsett plowed his way to 182 yards and two touchdowns against the Saints on Monday night to earn fantasy Player of the Week. More honrable mentions from Week 12 here. Read

  6. Top 30 fantasy scorers: Week 12

    Peyton Manning bounced back with four touchdowns and 257 passing yards to earn a spot in the Top 30 fantasy scorers of Week 12. See who else made the cut here. Read

  7. How to enjoy the fantasy season if your team stinks

    Will you and your fantasy team be on the outside looking in once the fantasy playoffs kick off? Don't worry, there are still ways you can enjoy the rest of the season. Take a look. Read

  8. Things to be thankful for in fantasy this season

    There are a lot of things to be thankful for in life, like the fact that fantasy football even exists. As the holiday season arrives, here are some things to be thankful for from this fantasy season. Read

  9. Fantasy Recap: Week 12

    It wasn't a great week for fantasy scoring, but James Morris of Bengals.com has his list of Week 12 winners and losers including another rookie doing big things. Read

  10. Committee Meetings: Welcome back, Blount

    LeGarrette Blount had a triumphant return with the Patriots in Week 12. Unfortunately for Jonas Gray it was a different story. More in this week's committee meetings Read

  11. Targets and touches leaders from Week 12

    Josh Gordon returned in Week 12 as though he'd never been away. Marcas Grant offers praise for anyone who stashed the wideout as well as more looks at who saw the ball on Sunday. Read

  12. That Helps No One Week 12: No Bailey-ing us out

    Stedman Bailey had a touchdown taken away by a penalty, and the Rams when right back to him instead of a fantasy-relevant player. But.will he be the Week 12 "That Helps No One" champ? Find out. Read

  13. Wk 12 Can't-Miss Play: Literally bending like Beckham

    New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham makes an incredible bending one-handed catch for a touchdown. Watch
  14. Think your fantasy season is over? Think again.

    Is your fantasy team out of playoff contention? Fear not, as there's still more fantasy football to be played. Sign up for Fantasy Playoff Challenge now and get ready for a whole new season. Read

  15. Pick the perfect fantasy lineup, win $1 million

    Set the perfect fantasy lineup for Week 13 and you could win $1 Million. Seriously. It's that simple, so what are you waiting for? Read

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    NFL NOW is here. Get fantasy guidance with video personalized to your individual roster delivered on all of your devices. Start using it now! Read

  17. Fantasy Football Player News

    • Colt McCoy QB - WAS Washington is planning to start McCoy ov... 11:33 pm   11/25/14

      Washington is planning to start McCoy over Robert Griffin III on Sunday at Indianapolis, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.

      Impacts: According to Schefter's report, the change may not be long lasting, but the team views McCoy as a short-term upgrade after Griffin struggled mightily against San Francisco. The 28-year-old has completed 85.7 percent of his passes (36 of 42) in two games this season, compiling 427 yards, one touchdown, one interception, and another score on the ground. Washington is 2-0 in the two games he played in, but he will have a tall task trying to match points with Andrew Luck and the Colts this week.

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