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  1. Jameis Winston: The face of your fantasy franchise?

    Leading up to the 2015 NFL Draft, NFL teams are trying to figure out if Jameis Winston can be the face of their franchise. Alex Gelhar examines if the same can be said for your fantasy teams. Read

  2. NFL Draft

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    Think you can beat the experts and predict picks in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft? Play for free and you could win a trip to the 2015 NFL Kickoff game. Pick Now Read

  3. T.J. Yeldon could be a fantasy deep sleeper

    Alabama has placed plenty of running backs into the NFL in recent seasons. Marcas Grant takes a look at T.J. Yeldon to see where the rusher falls in the current Crimson Tide spectrum. Read

  4. Fantasy Football Friday: Pre-NFL Draft Rankings

    Steve Andress at takes one last look at his positional rankings before the NFL Draft. Look now ... they're almost sure to change after Chicago. Read

  5. Bye week replacements: Quarterbacks

    Looking for help when your top fantasy quarterback has to take a week off? Marcas Grant runs down some of the best matchups to help you get through those bye week blues. Read

  6. Prospect-a-day: Profiling the 2015 NFL Draft class

    NFL Fantasy is profiling the top prospects in the 2015 NFL Draft class, one each day from now until the draft at the end of April. Get a leg up on your fantasy football prep for 2015 right here! Read

  7. Best, worst fantasy playoff matchups for 2015

    The 2015 NFL schedule has arrived! And with it, some clarity on which fantasy superstars will face the toughest road to success in the fantasy playoffs. Michael Fabiano has more here. Read

  8. Bye week replacements: Running backs

    Stuck figuring out how to replace your first-round fantasy running back during his bye week? Marcas Grant has a handy cheat sheet to help you fill in the gaps when your top players get a day off. Read

  9. Fantasy instant debate: Can you trust an Eagles QB?

    Tim Tebow's addition to the Eagles roster gives Philadelphia five quarterbacks. Our fantasy crew debates whether any of those signal-callers are worthy of a spot on your roster. Read

  10. Less can be more for fantasy WR production

    Michael Fabiano concludes his snap count breakdown by position with wide receivers. While Antonio Brown saw the most snaps at the position, he's joined by some interesting names at the top. Read

  11. Adrian Peterson vaults to No.1 of Top 100 list

    We might not be sure of where Adrian Peterson will play football this season, but Michael Fabiano is sure of where he'll select the veteran running back in upcoming fantasy football drafts. Read

  12. Cody Latimer could have a mile high fantasy ceiling

    With Julius Thomas and Wes Welker no longer in Peyton Manning's stable of pass-catchers, Adam Rank is marking Cody Latimer as one of his top sleepers to watch in 2015 Read

  13. High snap volume equals high fantasy output for RBs

    Michael Fabiano's examination of positional snap counts continues with running backs, where we can see that a high volume leads to higher production in backs like Matt Forte and Le'Veon Bell. Read

  14. Surprises abound in latest 2015 fantasy mock draft

    The NFL Fantasy crew caught draft fever, and decided to help themselves out by conducting a 2015 fantasy football mock draft. Check out the full results and analysis here. Read

  15. Fantasy winners and losers in free agency

    The NFL's free agency frenzy has been one wild ride, as numerous big-name players have changed addresses. Here's a look at how their fantasy appeal has changed in the last week. Read

  16. NFL NOW

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    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

  17. Fantasy Football Player News

    • D.J. Swearinger S - HOU The Texans are trying to trade Swearinge... 2:26 pm   4/28/15

      The Texans are trying to trade Swearinger,'s Ian Rapoport reports.

      Impacts: A second-round pick out of South Carolina in 2013, Swearinger has started 22-of-32 games through his first two seasons in the league, piling up 106 tackles (68 solo), three interceptions, four forced fumbles, a fumble recovery, a sack and 10 passes defensed. While his draft pedigree and penchant for hard hits could lead to some interest around the league, Swearinger is likely available because the Texans don't have much faith in his coverage skills or tackling. According to Pro Football Focus, Swearinger's 16 missed tackles tied for 12th-most among all safeties last season, while his -11.1 overall grade was tied for ninth-worst.

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