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  1. Deep-dive: Young RB handcuffs worth stashing

    The waiver wire can be a scary place. Everyone is gunning for the same players, and it can be slim pickings in deeper leagues. We're here to help unearth some bottom of the barrel targets at each position. Read

  2. Reading the Defense: Few keeping up with Jones

    Among the ranks of IDP defensive lineman, Chandler Jones has become a name fantasy owners need to know. Marcas Grant has more in the latest edition of Reading the Defense. Read

  3. Top 30 fantasy scorers, Wk 2

    Take a look at the top 30 fantasy scorers for Week 2 of the 2014 season. Read

  4. Fantasy waiver wire: Week 3

    Whether your roster looked great or even if it needs some help, find out which fantasy players to target off the fantasy free-agent market heading into Week 3. Read

  5. Donald Brown charging up waiver wire

    Erin Skelley of HoustonTexans.com has her picks for the best Week 3 waiver wire options -- including a little bit on what Donald Brown can do for you. Read

  6. Aaron Rodgers shoots down Jets to win POW

    Aaron Rodgers and the Packers offense came alive in the second half to rally for a win. In the process, Rodgers earns fantasy Player of the Week options. See who earns honorable mention. Read

  7. Committee Meetings: Week 2 RB aftermath

    Committee Meetings is in session after a Week 2 that saw a ton of injuries and split workloads among fantasy running backs. We try to make sense of it all for your fantasy team here. Read

  8. Monday Nightmare

    Monday Nightmare: Down on my Luck

    It was a tough week for fantasy enthusiasts, but was there any relief to be found on Monday night? (Well, the title should kind of give this away.) Read

  9. Giovani Bernard asserts workhorse status

    Jeremy Hill might have had a nice day for the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 2, but Giovani Bernard reminded fantasy owners why they spent such an early draft pick on him. Read

  10. NFL NOW

    Get fantasy advice NOW

    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

  11. Week 2 fantasy football #KABOOM winners

    Week 2 is almost complete, and we're dolling out the #KABOOM awards for the top-scoring players at each position so far. Jordy Nelson had a career day, but was he the top scorer in fantasy? Read

  12. #ThatHelpsNoOne: In fantasy de(K)nile(s)

    Week 2 saw several no-name players dominate the fantasy scene, including Knile Davis, Niles Paul and J.J. Watt. Find out who else is in the running for the #ThatHelpsNoOne Week 2 crown. Read

  13. Injury roundup: Bolts' Mathews out 4-5 weeks with MCL sprain

    Chargers runner Ryan Mathews was carted off against the Seahawks with a knee injury and did not return. The early diagnosis is he sprained his MCL. Here's some other injury news from a busy Monday. Read

  14. Week 2 fantasy football notebook

    Recap the latest fantasy football happenings around the NFL in Week 2 with our continually updated fantasy football notebook Read

  15. Week 2 fantasy scoring leaders

    Follow along with all of Week 2's top scorers in fantasy football right here. Read

  16. Wk 2 Can't-Miss Play: Spiller 102-yard touchdown

    Buffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller returns Miami Dolphins kicker Caleb Sturgis' kick for 102-yard touchdown. Watch
  17. Week 2: Peyton Manning highlights

    Highlights from Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning in Week 2 versus the Kansas City Chiefs. Watch
  18. Fantasy Football Player News

    • John Abraham LB - ARZ Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Abraha... 10:07 pm   9/16/14

      Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Abraham did not pass his concussion test Tuesday.

      Impacts: Though Abraham rejoined the Cardinals on Tuesday after briefly pondering retirement, it doesn't appear likely that he'll be sufficiently recovered from the concussion in time for Sunday's Week 3 tilt with the 49ers. The Cardinals will have a bye the week after, which could allow Abraham to return to action in Week 5, resulting in him missing just two games. Any return, however, will be contingent on Abraham ultimately passing all concussion tests. It's certainly not a given with the 36-year-old complaining of memory loss after his most recent head injury.

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