2015 Fantasy Football

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  1. Week 13 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 13. Read

  2. Opportunity Report: Week 12

    DeAngelo Williams and Todd Gurley provided fantasy owners with two sides of the same crucial lesson about the RB position. Matt Harmon breaks down all the Week 12 games' backfield touches. Read

  3. Week 13 waivers & Fantasy trust falls

    The NFL Fantasy LIVE crew unveil Week 13's top waiver targets, break down the latest injury news (on Rob Gronkowski, etc.) and discuss which players they trust down the stretch. Read

  4. Reading the Defense: Week 13 IDP fantasy preview

    Charles Woodson is having another great season in a Hall of Fame Career. But in this week's Reading the Defense, Marcas Grant explains why you might want to avoid the veteran in Week 13. Read

  5. Week 13 waiver wire: Streaming defenses to target

    With crucial Week 13 matchups just around the corner, Matt Franciscovich takes a look at the top D/ST options to stream as you prepare your fantasy lineup for success. Read

  6. Top 30 fantasy scorers from Week 12

    Week 12 of the fantasy season is in the books. Take a look at the top 30 highest scoring players in all of fantasy football right here as you prepare for Week 13! Read

  7. Matt Forte, Jeremy Langford both usable in fantasy

    In this week's edition of Committee Meetings, Matt Franciscovich discusses what a backfield split means for Chicago's running backs. Plus, more fantasy backfield breakdowns from Week 12. Read

  8. Monday Nightmare: How it feels to be a Browns fan

    Adam Rank is here to share your stories of fantasy sadness and loss from Week 12's finale. And really, just how sad must Browns fans feel? It's the Monday Nightmare. Read

  9. Opportunity Report: Week 12 targets

    DeVante Parker played 59 snaps and finished second on the Dolphins in targets in a loss to the Jets, signalling a potential emergence. Matt Harmon recaps every team's target distribution from Week 12. Read

  10. Russell Wilson soars against Steelers as Fantasy POW

    Russell Wilson threw five touchdowns in a shootout win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Seattle last week, earning himself Fantasy Player of the Week honors for Week 13. Read

  11. Fantasy Master Class: Spencer Ware worth picking up

    Fantasy Master Class looks at some top waiver wire adds for Week 13. There are still a few high volume running backs available that could be clutch assets down the stretch. Read

  12. Deep waiver wire targets

    The waiver wire is thinner than ever as the season heads into it's final month, but Alex Gelhar has unearthed some gems who could help out fantasy teams down the stretch, including Theo Riddick. Read

  13. Gutsiest Week 12 fantasy starts

    Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin 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

  14. That Helps No One Week 12: Griffin flies in fantasy

    This was supposed to be a big week for DeAndre Hopkins, so naturally Ryan Griffin led the Texans in receiving and scored a touchdown. But will he be the 'That Helps No One' champ in Week 12? Read

  15. Week 12 fantasy football recap

    Adrian Peterson was just one of the many dominant fantasy performances that tilted the tides of fantasy football matchups today. Our staff recaps all the action from every game. Read

  16. Fantasy Football Player News

    • Rob Gronkowski TE - NE Gronkowski (knee) and the Patriots relea... 5:09 pm   12/1/15

      Gronkowski (knee) and the Patriots released a joint statement saying that the tight end will be evaluated on a week-to-week basis, without any specific timetable for a return, Ben Volin of the Boston Globe reports.

      Impacts: The statement doesn't offer much of value, simply saying that Gronkowski's readiness to return will be evaluated in the days or hours leading up to each game. The Patriots likely don't want opponents to have a good idea as to when the tight end might actually return, though it's also quite possible that there just isn't a clear timetable. In any case, Gronkowski doesn't seem likely to play in Sunday's game against the Eagles, leaving Scott Chandler as the top option at tight end. Owners will still want to check back later in the week, as any sort of practice participation would be an excellent sign for the superstar tight end.

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