2015 Fantasy Football

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  1. Week 4 fantasy football stockwatch

    We're getting a good idea of which players could help win fantasy championships. But things are constantly changing in the NFL, which means things are changing in fantasy football. Read

  2. Like/dislike: At long last, Le'Veon Bell is back

    Le'Veon Bell's return to action for the Steelers tops Adam Rank's list of Week 4 fantasy likes and dislikes. See what else he's liking in fantasy, TV, wrestling and more here. Read

  3. Week 4 Next Gen Stats matchups

    Mike Evans takes on a talented Broncos secondary while right in the middle of a big hot streak. Matt Harmon uses the Next Gen Stats tools to dissect that matchup and several others in Week 4. Read

  4. The window to sell Todd Gurley in fantasy is closing

    In this edition of Trade Calls, Matt Franciscovich identifies some ideal sell-high players including Rams running back Todd Gurley. Find out why you should move him now! Read

  5. Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 4: Wide receivers

    Can you confidently start Larry Fitzgerald against the Rams in Week 4? Michael Fabiano delivers all of his top starts and sits at the running back position for your upcoming fantasy matchups. Read

  6. Who to start Week 4: Stafford or Luck?

    Alex Gelhar takes a look at several of Week 4's toughest lineup dilemmas, including Matthew Stafford or Andrew Luck, and uses the SAP Player Comparison Tool to help make decisions. Read

  7. Julio Jones, Randall Cobb will see better fantasy days

    Julio Jones and Randall Cobb both let fantasy owners down in Week 3. Marcas Grant preaches patience on the two talented wideouts in the latest Fantasy Mailbag. Read

  8. Week 4 fantasy football matchups preview

    The Dolphins and Bengals kick off Week 4 on Thursday Night Football. Our fantasy analysts preview every significant matchup in every Week 4 game to help you set the perfect lineup right here. Read

  9. Philip Rivers, Charles Sims set for big fantasy outings

    Looking ahead to Week 4, Matt Franciscovich highlights some quarterback and running back matchups that fantasy owners should look to take advantage of. Read

  10. Rank's 11 sleepers: Week 4

    Adam Rank looks to Chris Hogan seeking revenge against his former team, the Buffalo Bills, as one of his Week 4 sleepers. See the full list or Rank's 11 sleepers here. Read

  11. Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 4: Running backs

    Can Melvin Gordon keep his hot start rolling in Week 4? Michael Fabiano delivers all of his top starts and sits at the running back position for your upcoming fantasy matchups. Read

  12. Picking the perfect Week 4 fantasy football lineup

    The return of Le'Veon Bell highlights the Perfect Challenge lineups of the NFL Fantasy Stronghold. See how they all stack up in this week's Perfect Picks. Read

  13. Reading the Defense: Clowney move work in progress

    Pass rushing specialist Jadeveon Clowney made the move to the defensive line last week. It wasn't great. Marcas Grant looks at that and more in this week's Reading the Defense. Read

  14. Things I Learned in Fantasy Football: Week 3

    The NFL Fantasy Stronghold shares some of their thoughts on Week 3. The Awakening reaches near-spiritual proportions and a Titanic decision to make about the Tennessee offense. Read

  15. Week 4 fantasy football waiver wire targets

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

  16. Christine Michael awakens, dominates in Week 3

    Christine Michael dominated in Seattle with Thomas Rawls out, and The Awakening is officially upon us. Catch up on additional Week 3 backfield breakdowns in the Targets & Touches report here. Read

  17. Week 3 opportunity report

    John Brown and Terrelle Pryor played bigger roles than many expected in Week 3. Matt Harmon recaps their performances on Sunday along with the target breakdown for every other team. Read

  18. Deep dive waiver-wire targets

    As the season progress, injured and suspended players like Kenneth Dixon and Josh Gordon are getting set to return. They're among Alex Gelhar's top Week 4 deep waiver-wire targets. Read

  19. Aaron Rodgers highlights

    The best of Green bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers's 205 yards and 4-touchdown performance from Week 3 vs the Detroit Lions. Watch
  20. Saints-Falcons fantasy preview

    Week 3 is upon us, and the NFL Fantasy staff is here to preview every relevant fantasy matchup in every game. Welcome to the ultimate guide to setting a winning fantasy lineup. Read

  21. Week 3: T.Y. Hilton highlights

    Check out highlights of Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton's game vs. the San Diego Chargers. Watch
  22. Odell Beckham highlights

    New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham makes seven catches for 121 yards in Week 3 against the Washington Redskins. Watch
  23. Marvin Jones highlights

    See the best of Marvin Jones as he goes off for 6 catches with 205 yards and 2 touchdowns vs the Packers on Sunday. Watch
  24. Fantasy news & notes: Week 3

    James Koh is here to once again break down the latest news and notes from around the NFL, including how fantasy owners should adjust to the injuries to Corey Coleman and Donte Moncrief. Read

  25. Trade for Allen Robinson, move Corey Coleman now

    Following a few slow weeks, now is the time to buy low on Allen Robinson. Plus, find out why you should look to float Corey Coleman following a two-touchdown game in Trade Calls. Read

  26. Fantasy Football Player News

    • Marvin Jones WR - DET Jones (hamstring) was a full participant... 4:40 pm   9/30/16

      Jones (hamstring) was a full participant in Friday's practice and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Chicago.

      Impacts: A mid-week addition to the injury report, Jones was a limited participant in Thursday's practice. His availability doesn't appear to be in much question, as he didn't show any signs of injury at Friday's practice, according to Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press. The NFL's leader in receiving yards, Jones will do battle with an injury-marred Chicago secondary that would have been shaky even at full strength.

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