2015 Fantasy Football

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  1. Week 7 Fantasy Football Stockwatch

    If we've learned anything in the first six weeks of the NFL season, it's that no team or position group is immune to injury. Marcas Grant takes a survey of fantasy stock around the league. Read

  2. Jacquizz Rodgers a must-start in fantasy for Week 7

    Jacquizz Rodgers could not be set up any better for a huge fantasy outing in Week 7. Find out who else made the cut in FedEx Air and Ground fantasy analysis ahead of Sunday's slate. Read

  3. Who to start: Terrance West or Spencer Ware?

    Terrance West and Spencer Ware have both emerged as strong fantasy plays, which should you trust more in Week 7? Alex Gelhar examines this fantasy lineup dilemma and several more here. Read

  4. 15 must-read fantasy football stats for Week 7

    Analytics expert Cynthia Frelund is back with 15 new must-read fantasy stats to help you set your Week 7 lineup. What's in store for Melvin Gordon against the Falcons? The answer and many more here. Read

  5. Like/dislike: Don't abandon Antonio Brown in fantasy

    Adam Rank believes that Antonio Brown will be just fine in fantasy, even without Ben Roethlisberger. Find out why, as well as his other likes and dislikes for the Week 7 fantasy slate here. Read

  6. Trade for Antonio Brown in fantasy

    In this edition of fantasy Trade Calls, we look at a handful of players, including Antonio Brown and Marvin Jones, to consider either putting on the block or negotiating for ahead of Week 7. Read

  7. Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 7: Wide receivers

    Will Golden Tate be able to put up another huge fantasy day against Washington? Michael Fabiano delivers all of his top starts and sits at wide receiver for Week 7 fantasy matchups. Read

  8. Rank's 11 fantasy sleepers: Week 7

    Marcus Mariota has exploited two straight cushy fantasy matchups and Adam Rank believes he can make it three in a row. See Rank's full list of Week 7 fantasy sleepers here. Read

  9. Week 7 Next Gen Stats matchups

    Allen Robinson and Blake Bortles have been quiet this season, but variance could swing back their way this week. Matt Harmon uses Next Gen Stats to run through several key matchups. Read

  10. Picking the perfect Week 7 fantasy football lineup

    A potential shootout between two top quarterbacks and plenty of choice running back matchups highlight the Stronghold's Perfect Challenge lineups in Week 7. See the rest of our Perfect Picks. Read

  11. Ajayi, Ware offer differing fantasy outlooks

    Jay Ajayi and Spencer Ware are both battling for carries with veteran teammates. Marcas Grant feels much better about one than the other. The Fantasy Mailbag tells you which is which. Read

  12. Week 7 fantasy football waiver-wire targets

    The waiver wire is one of the most important keys to finding success in fantasy football. I'll do my best to help you manage it and find the players who can bring you fantasy glory each and every week. Read

  13. Deep dive: WR, TE help plentiful on Week 7 waivers

    The waiver-wire is getting thin, but Alex Gelhar highlights 16 deep targets to help bolster fantasy rosters heading into Week 7, including Robert Woods and C.J. Fiedorowicz. Read

  14. Reading the Defense: Kiko Alonso to cook in Week 7

    The Dolphins defense has left a lot to be desired, but Marcas Grant says there's one Miami linebacker who is poised to make a splash in Week 7. More in this week's Reading the Defense. Read

  15. Week 7 spot starts

    Colin Kaepernick should have a chance to crack 20 fantasy points in Week 7 in his first home start of the year. Check out who else Matt Harmon thinks you can use as a spot start in Week 7. Read

  16. Week 7 waiver wire: Streaming defenses to target

    The Titans have 12 sacks in the last two games thanks in part to Brian Orakpo. Their matchup with Andrew Luck, the NFL's most-sacked QB, is one of our seven to target in fantasy for Week 7. Read

  17. Things I learned in Fantasy Football: Week 6

    Fantasy football school was in session and one of the biggest lessons was taught by the hot shot rookie in Dallas. Find out what else the Fantasy Stronghold learned in Week 6. Read

  18. Week 6 opportunity report

    Kendall Wright went off for 133 yards and a touchdown, but his lack of snaps makes projecting his future difficult. Matt Harmon recaps the passing targets for every Week 6 game. Read

  19. Jay Ajayi breaks through in Week 6, leads RB touches

    Miami running back Jay Ajayi exploded in Week 6, leading the way with over 200 yards against the Steelers. Find out what other backfields thrived in the Opportunity Report. Read