2015 Fantasy Football

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  1. Fantasy training camp battles to watch

    Fantasy training camp battles to watch

    Training camp is here, and jobs are up for grabs. Matt Francsicovich breaks down the fantasy-relevant position battles to watch in the AFC, like Spencer Ware and Kareem Hunt on the Chiefs. Read

  2. Fantasy leagues are now open!

    Fantasy Football leagues are now open for 2017 season. Don't miss out on the opportunity to renew your fantasy football league with NFL.com or to sign up for a new one! Read

  3. Fantasy Football Stock Watch

    Fantasy Football Stock Watch

    Training camps across the country are starting to open and by this time next week, they'll all be in full swing. Hooray! That means actual football-related news! Here's this week's Stock Watch. Read

  4. Team-by-team fantasy backfield breakdowns

    Team-by-team fantasy backfield breakdowns

    Should you draft Jonathan Stewart or Christian McCaffrey? Mark Ingram or Adrian Peterson? Doug Martin or Jazquizz Rodgers? We profile all 32 fantasy backfields around the league to help you sort it out. Read

  5. Fabiano's fantasy football top 10 lists

    Fabiano's fantasy football top 10 lists

    Michael Fabiano has compiled his top 10 2017 fantasy football sleepers, bargains, busts and breakouts into one article just for you. Study these lists before your fantasy football draft this summer! Read

  6. 10 fantasy stats that won't be repeated in 2017

    10 fantasy stats that won't be repeated in 2017

    Will Matty Ice be fire again in 2017? Can Davante Adams still be a fantasy receiving stud? Michael Fabiano has a list of some stats fantasy owners should be wary of expecting this season. Read

  7. The fantasy football case for/against Jordan Howard

    The fantasy football case for/against Jordan Howard

    Jordan Howard is a near consensus top-15 pick in fantasy football right now, but is that a fitting draft price for the Chicago Bears star running back? Marcas Grant and James Koh debate. Read

  8. The best fantasy football draft strategy for 2017

    The best fantasy football draft strategy for 2017

    Winning a fantasy football championship starts with a successful fantasy draft. Michael Fabiano shares with you the best fantasy football draft strategy to use for the 2017 NFL season. Read

  9. 20 shocking fantasy football predictions for 2017

    20 shocking fantasy football predictions for 2017

    Wild or unexpected turns happen every year in fantasy football. Michael Fabiano does his best to predict some of these crazy scenarios with his 20 shocking fantasy predictions for 2017. Read

  10. Top 20 veteran fantasy draft bargains

    Top 20 veteran fantasy draft bargains

    The NFL is often a young man's game, but that doesn't mean the veterans aren't useful in fantasy football. Michael Fabiano lists his top 20 fantasy veterans who currently are draft bargains. Read

  11. Martellus Bennett is your new favorite tight end

    Martellus Bennett is your new favorite tight end

    Plenty of people were excited about Martellus Bennett signing with the Packers. None of those people are as fired up as James Koh. Read why he thinks Bennett will be a fantasy football stud in 2017. Read

  12. Top 200 fantasy players for 2017

    Top 200 fantasy players for 2017

    Miami Dolphins running back Jay Ajayi is climbing in in Michael Fabiano's latest top 200 fantasy football players of 2017. See the full list, which now includes auction values, here. Read

  13. Fantasy Football Player News

    • Kenneth Dixon RB - BAL Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Wednesda... 3:39 pm   7/26/17

      Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Wednesday that Dixon (knee/suspension) is out for the season.

      Impacts: Meniscus repair surgery typically comes with a timeline of 4-5 months, which might seem to give Dixon a shot at returning for the final few weeks of the season. Rather than rushing him back with the hope he can make some kind of slight late-season contribution, the Ravens want Dixon to focus on coming back at full strength for 2018. Terrance West and Danny Woodhead no longer have serious competition for their respective roles as the lead ballcarrier and top pass-catching back, with Javorius Allen, Bobby Rainey and Taquan Mizzell likely resigned to competing for the No. 3 job.

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