2015 Fantasy Football

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  1. It's time to let Lynch go in fantasy football

    It's time to let Lynch go in fantasy football

    Putting a big name player like Marshawn Lynch on the waiver wire is a tough deal. But Marcas Grant explains why it's time to part ways with the Raiders rusher and a handful of other players. Read

  2. Week 7 fantasy football streaming options

    Week 7 fantasy football streaming options

    In a Week 7 bereft of solid fantasy football streaming options, 49ers rookie quarterback C.J. Beathard is in play with a matchup against Dallas. More QB, TE and D/ST fantasy football streaming options here. Read

  3. Fantasy football impact of Aaron Rodgers' injury

    Fantasy football impact of Aaron Rodgers' injury

    Aaron Rodgers will miss the rest of the season with a broken collarbone. Alex Gelhar examines the fantasy football implications for Brett Hundley, Jordy Nelson, Davante Adams and the Packers. Read

  4. Week 7 fantasy football waiver-wire targets

    Week 7 fantasy football waiver-wire targets

    Young players across the league like Nelson Agholor are spreading their wings and flying into fantasy relevancy. Alex Gelhar highlights his top 15 fantasy football waiver-wire targets for Week 7. Read

  5. Things I Learned in Fantasy Football: Week 6

    Things I Learned in Fantasy Football: Week 6

    Most of the Fantasy Stronghold is eating crow and readjusting their thinking after Adrian Peterson's big week with the Cardinals. Find out what else we learned from a weird Week 6. Read

  6. Fantasy Touches & Targets: Week 6 recap

    Fantasy Touches & Targets: Week 6 recap

    Volume is the name of the game in fantasy football. We recap all the wide receiver targets and running back touches from Week 6 including Larry Fitzgerald's huge day in Arizona. Read

  7. Week 6 fantasy football matchups, starts and sits

    Week 6 fantasy football matchups, starts and sits

    Week 6 is full of interesting fantasy football matchups, like Todd Gurley and the Rams facing Leonard Fournette and the Jaguars. Alex Gelhar previews every major player in every game for Week 6. Read

  8. Fantasy impact of Ezekiel Elliott suspension saga

    Fantasy impact of Ezekiel Elliott suspension saga

    Ezekiel Elliott's six-game suspension could be starting after his Week 6 bye ... or it could be delayed yet again. Alex Gelhar breaks down how to approach the situation from a fantasy football perspective. Read

  9. 5 must-read stats: Time to worry about Stafford

    5 must-read stats: Time to worry about Stafford

    Cynthia Frelund offers up five must-read fantasy football stats for Week 6, including reasons to be worried about Matthew Stafford as he gets ready to face the New Orleans Saints. Read

  10. Lamar Miller leads fantasy trade targets for Week 6

    Lamar Miller leads fantasy trade targets for Week 6

    With the Houston Texans offense looking sharp, there are more than a few reasons to buy running back Lamar Miller in fantasy football. Matt Franciscovich lists his top trade candidates in Trade Calls. Read

  11. Koh Knows: Best, worst o-lines for fantasy

    Koh Knows: Best, worst o-lines for fantasy

    Doug Martin looked great in his debut but got plenty of help from his offensive line. James Koh looks at which fantasy running backs are getting the most/least help and what it means moving forward. Read

  12. Jacoby Brissett tops Week 6 fantasy streamers

    Jacoby Brissett tops Week 6 fantasy streamers

    Indianapolis Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett has proven himself in favorable matchups and is among fantasy football streaming candidates for Week 6. More options at quarterback, tight end and defense here. Read

  13. Week 6 deep dive

    Week 6 deep dive

    With Jalen Richard looking more explosive on his touches than Marshawn Lynch, he makes for a perfect deep stash on fantasy football waiver wires heading into Week 6. Read

  14. Fantasy Football Player News

    • Marcus Mariota QB - TEN Mariota (hamstring) is slated to start M... 7:05 pm   10/16/17

      Mariota (hamstring) is slated to start Monday night's game against the Colts.

      Impacts: Mariota is thus available for those who waited things out on his status until Monday's game, but it's possible that the QB's mobility could be somewhat limited in his return from a hamstring injury, potentially forcing him to be more of a pocket passer than usual in Week 6. Working his favor is that the 2-3 Colts have given up an average of 294 passing yards per game to date. Only the Buccaneers and Patriots are allowing more. Veteran backup Matt Cassel -- who filled in at QB for the Titans last weekend -- is on hand in case Mariota suffers an in-game setback.

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