2015 Fantasy Football

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  1. Championship round, Playoff Challenge rankings

    Michael Fabiano offers up position-by-position rankings for fantasy football for both Championship round daily fantasy and NFL Playoff Challenge. See who tops each list here. Read

  2. Understanding 2016's fantasy RB revival

    David Johnson led the way in a running back revival in the 2016 fantasy football season. Michael Fabiano recaps the season that was and what we should expect next year from both RBs and WRs. Read

  3. Playoff Challenge: Your fantasy season isn't over!

    Thought your fantasy season was over? Think again! Sign up for the fantasy Playoff Challenge and keep your season alive. Read

  4. Fantasy letdowns: What went wrong?

    Todd Gurley was among 10 picks in the first two rounds of fantasy drafts this season that finished 12 spots or more below their ADP. Matt Harmon investigates what went wrong and looks forward. Read

  5. 101 interesting fantasy facts from the 2016 season

    This one's for you, stats geeks! Michael Fabiano digs deep to unearth 101 interesting fantasy facts from the 2016 season. So sit back, relax and dive in! You might even learn something. Read

  6. Zero-RB: The year that was

    After a strong year at the top for the fantasy running back position, there will be some that declare the Zero-RB strategy no longer viable. Matt Harmon tells you why that may not be the case. Read

  7. Championship Playoff Challenge picks

    The Championship Weekend slate is set. Which fantasy studs from the Packers, Falcons, Steelers and Patriots are our analysts choosing? See all of their full fantasy Playoff Challenge lineups here. Read

  8. Things I Learned in Fantasy Football: The 2016 season

    Marcas Grant wraps up the fantasy season that was by looking at some of the bigger takeaways from 2016 and applying it forward to 2017. See what we learned this year. Read

  9. Fantasy tight ends will make a resurgence in 2017

    Following a disastrous season in terms of tight end scoring in fantasy football, Matt Franciscovich dives into some historical trends at the position. Can we expect a bounce-back next year? Read

  10. Top 10 Fantasy Draft Bargains of 2016

    Drafting a championship caliber fantasy squad requires hitting on late-round bargain players that end up returning greater value than their ADP suggests. Check out our Top 10 draft bargains of 2016 here. Read

  11. Playoff Challenge fantasy recap

    Wild Card weekend featured fantasy surprises like Randall Cobb, while others (Le'Veon Bell, Antonio Brown, Aaron Rodgers) delivered. Alex Gelhar breaks it all down and looks to the Divisional Round. Read

  12. Beginner's guide to NFL Fantasy Playoff Challenge

    While the regular fantasy season has come to a close, the playoff fantasy season is just beginning. Alex Gelhar walks you through strategies to build a winning fantasy Playoff Challenge lineup. Read

  13. Fantasy Hipsters: Five players to fade in 2017 drafts

    Staying ahead of the curve, the Fantasy Hipsters have already targeted five players to fade in 2017 drafts. That's right, these fantasy stars are already overrated for next year. Try to keep up. Read

  14. Small Victories: Howard tops 2016 fantasy surprises

    Plenty of championship fantasy teams added Jordan Howard and Jay Ajayi early in the season and rode them to success. Marcas Grant has more Small Victories from Week 17 and the rest of the 2016 season. Read

  15. 2016 Fantasy Guru Awards

    The 2016 fantasy season is officially in the books, and it's time to dole out some hardware. For the 10th season, Senior Fantasy Analyst Michael Fabiano delivers his fantasy football Guru Awards. Read

  16. Deep dive: 2016's best late-round sleepers

    With the fantasy season basically wrapped, Alex Gelhar looks back at some of 2016's best late-round fantasy sleepers, how they succeeded, and what we can expect from them in 2017. Read

  17. Fantasy Football Player News

    • Jordy Nelson WR - GB Nelson (ribs) is expected to be active f... 5:26 pm   1/21/17

      Nelson (ribs) is expected to be active for Sunday's NFC championship game in Atlanta, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

      Impacts: Nelson took the field in a limited capacity both Wednesday and Thursday, before he was estimated as "limited" on the Packers' final injury report of the week. Despite the workload, the few routes he ran and passes corralled occurred without pads, suggesting that he wasn't cleared for contact. Like fellow wideouts Davante Adams (ankle) and Geronimo Allison (hamstring), Nelson remained questionable after Saturday's light session, meaning a cloud remains over the trio's potential to play in the upcoming do-or-die affair. One way or another, Nelson's availability will be confirmed upon the release of the Packers' inactive list at roughly 1:35 PM ET on Sunday, though how many snaps he can handle remains to be seen.

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